1. A cold wallet (hardware) is your best bet. You can get a Trezor One for as little as $59. Ledger, Cold Card, and Bit Box are also other options. Order direct from the manufacturer to avoid tampering.

  2. You should use a self-custody wallet. Depending on the amounts we're talking about would dictate whether you should use a software or hardware wallet. If you can justify spending around $100-$200 for a hardware wallet, then do that. There are many choices; I like

  3. Do not use a custodial web wallet, especially blockchain. If you don't feel the need to use a hardware wallet yet then I would say a mobile phone wallet is best. My recommendation would be Muun wallet.

  4. You should either use a hardware wallet (best option bitbox02, btc-only version) or a MOBILE software wallet (options: SBW: Simple Bitcoin Wallet, Blue, Unstoppable Wallet, Green - I don't recommend Muun due to unorthodox recovery methods).

  5. Muun does not require Email. You get a revovery code that decrypts a backup emergency file containing both keys in the 2 of 2 multisig.

  6. WassaWassaWassup! Scam Alert! Scammers are particularly active on this sub. They operate via private messages and private chat. If you receive private messages, be extremely careful. Use the report link to report any suspicious private message to Reddit.

  7. I'm with you, I'm really new at this as well. and I'm trying to figure out what to do with all my crypto. I actually have many different crypto's that were recommended to me by some world wide renowned crypto gurus. But I've heard it's not smart to keep your crypto on the blockchains.. I guess my question in addition to yours is, if I do get an external hardware wallet my crypto will still be gaining in value right? It doesn't actually need to be in the market? (Might be a stupid question, as I said I'm new)

  8. perhaps the most secure way to store cryptocurrency offline is via a paper wallet. A paper wallet is a cold wallet that you can generate off of certain websites. It then produces both public and private keys that you print out on a piece of paper

  9. I have been using Atomic Wallet for more than years and I'm fine. It's a non-custodial wallet so you have your private keys. You can check it out as well

  10. This user's entire posting history consists from promoting Atomic Wallet, which is not open source (a no-go for storing any sufficient amount of bitcoin), so beware.

  11. wut? That's definitely not right... they use the name "SatoshiLabs” but the original Satoshi Nakamoto is not associated with Trezor.

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