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5 Crucial Things To Consider When Choosing A Bitcoin Wallet

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Fundamentals to be Kept in Mind While Choosing a Bitcoin Wallet

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How to choose A Bitcoin Wallet

What is a Bitcoin Wallet?
How do you decide the right Bitcoin Wallet to use?
As a Bitcoin user and investor, the natural dilemma to have is where to store the money, just like the hard currency, Bitcoin also needs a wallet to be stored to protect it from being stolen or corrupted, therefore, choosing the right Bitcoin Wallet is a critical step to be taken that must be done with utmost consideration and not taken lightly.
In choosing a wallet, there are some standard knowledge that you must possess, firstly, it is essential to know what a Bitcoin wallet truly means; it is simply a program that helps a Bitcoin user to send and receive Bitcoin in a user-friendly manner. Also, it is important to understand the two major types of wallet that there is; the Online wallet also known as “hot” and the Offline wallet also known as “cold”, they vary in characteristics and the reasons for choosing a wallet should determine which of the above will be chosen.
Online wallets are more suitable for daily use but aren’t very secure, while offline wallets are less convenient for frequent use yet are more secure.
The online wallet – which runs an app on an android phone or a program on a computer – should be used based on the following conditions:
  1. If the individual is not so concerned about privacy;
  2. If the individual is willing to involve another user (sharing a wallet with others is cost-effective but risky);
  3. If the individual wants easy access to the wallet (through the android phone or the computer);
  4. If the individual trusts another party with the security of the wallet;
  5. If the individual only needs to store a handful of Bitcoins which won’t be too painful to lose.
The offline wallet, e.g. Hardware or paper bitcoin wallet is advisable if:
  1. There is a need to store a large amount of bitcoin;
  2. There is no need for easy access;
  3. Security is top priority for such an individual;
  4. The individual is willing to pay for the hardware;
  5. The individual will rather safeguard the money him/herself than trust it’s security with another party;
  6. Privacy is very essential.
It is important to note than an individual can decide to make use of both wallets; the online for purchase of goods and services and the offline one for savings.
Other characteristics to consider when selecting a wallet are:
  1. Security is of utmost importance.
Having the knowledge that the wallet is safeguarded is of great essence and should not be overlooked. If it’s an online wallet, it is preferable that the website has HTTPS as this offers a more secure protocol than HTTP. One must also watch out for strong logins, i.e. usernames and passwords and two-factor authentication (2FA). These features are crucial in the security aspect of an online wallet.
  1. Multisignature (Multisig)
A multisig option is the next thing to watch out for after security, it is important in securing the bitcoins against theft and attackers, it simply means the requirement of more than one key to authorize a bitcoin transaction (this is usually in cases of multiple parties using the wallet).
  1. User Experience
The wallet should not be a confusing one, it should be simple and not need too much experience to get started and use especially in case of an online wallet which only requires an app for the android phone and an installed software for the computer machine, although, in case of an offline wallet, more technical user interface may be involved.
  1. Wallet Backup
Backups are another essentiakl aspect of the bitcoin wallets. Does the wallet provider provide a means of backing up the wallet? Is the backup encrypted? Is a backup restoration process accessible and easy to use? The bitcoin user should explore these options before choosing and loading the wallet with Bitcoin.
  1. Is the wallet recognized?
Another factor that needs to be checked is how recognized and used the wallet is, to know the authenticity of a wallet, the user is advised to go on internet forums such as the BitcoinReddit or the Bitcoin Forum to see what other users are saying about it. Feedback is very essential in choosing a wallet, knowing what others are saying about a particular wallet (or what they are not saying) helps to make an informed decision. If there is no feedback on a particular wallet or its negative, then it helps the user to stay off such wallet or make further researches.
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Bitcoin Hacks & basic ways to protect your Crypto

Interest in Bitcoin is increasing globally. More and more people are willing to participate in Bitcoin trading and mining. However, Bitcoin history shows that it is not always as safe as we would like it to be. Let’s take a look at some major Bitcoin hacks.

Allinvain

Allinvain is a nickname of a user on BitcoinTalk forums. Basically, he was the first one to experience a major Bitcoin loss. He lost 25,000 bitcoins, all together it was worth around $500,000. The user believed that someone hacked into his computer to steal BTC.

Mt Gox

Shortly after Allinvain’s case, the next hack attempt happened. Mt Gox was one of the biggest exchanges that provided a trade between Bitcoin and fiat money. Hackers compromised its website and started to sell Bitcoins. Their actions made the price go down dramatically. However, attackers did not pay attention to the $1000 limit Mt Gox had. Nonetheless, that hack attack had an important influence on BTC.

Other exchanges

Exchanges are being attacked by hackers quite often.
In 2012 Bitfloor suffered a terrible attack and lost 24,000 BTC (around $250,000). Unfortunately, this exchange was not able to survive the attack and was closed in 2013.
In 2015 Bitstamp exchange was hacked. It lost approximately 19,000 BTC (around $5 million).
In 2016 Bitfinex also lost 120,000 BTC (around $77 million) to hackers.

Twitter hack

The last attack happened in one of the biggest social nets. Twitter became a part of the latest attackers’ actions. The most significant and world-famous accounts promoted Bitcoin scam for several hours.

Anti-hack protection

The most important question is how to protect your Bitcoin savings from upcoming attacks. Here are some basic things that may help you to be safe:
Even though there is no way to be a hundred percent safe, there are a lot of steps we can take to avoid unfortunate losses. Cryptocurrency services are improving their protection systems all the time, and we all should do what we can to make this network more secure.
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Bitcoin Hacks & basic ways to protect your Crypto

Interest in Bitcoin is increasing globally. More and more people are willing to participate in Bitcoin trading and mining. However, Bitcoin history shows that it is not always as safe as we would like it to be. Let’s take a look at some major Bitcoin hacks.

Allinvain

Allinvain is a nickname of a user on BitcoinTalk forums. Basically, he was the first one to experience a major Bitcoin loss. He lost 25,000 bitcoins, all together it was worth around $500,000. The user believed that someone hacked into his computer to steal BTC.

Mt Gox

Shortly after Allinvain’s case, the next hack attempt happened. Mt Gox was one of the biggest exchanges that provided a trade between Bitcoin and fiat money. Hackers compromised its website and started to sell Bitcoins. Their actions made the price go down dramatically. However, attackers did not pay attention to the $1000 limit Mt Gox had. Nonetheless, that hack attack had an important influence on BTC.

Other exchanges

Exchanges are being attacked by hackers quite often.
In 2012 Bitfloor suffered a terrible attack and lost 24,000 BTC (around $250,000). Unfortunately, this exchange was not able to survive the attack and was closed in 2013.
In 2015 Bitstamp exchange was hacked. It lost approximately 19,000 BTC (around $5 million).
In 2016 Bitfinex also lost 120,000 BTC (around $77 million) to hackers.

Twitter hack

The last attack happened in one of the biggest social nets. Twitter became a part of the latest attackers’ actions. The most significant and world-famous accounts promoted Bitcoin scam for several hours.

Anti-hack protection

The most important question is how to protect your Bitcoin savings from upcoming attacks. Here are some basic things that may help you to be safe:
Even though there is no way to be a hundred percent safe, there are a lot of steps we can take to avoid unfortunate losses. Cryptocurrency services are improving their protection systems all the time, and we all should do what we can to make this network more secure.
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Bitcoin Hacks & basic ways to protect your Crypto

Interest in Bitcoin is increasing globally. More and more people are willing to participate in Bitcoin trading and mining. However, Bitcoin history shows that it is not always as safe as we would like it to be. Let’s take a look at some major Bitcoin hacks.

Allinvain

Allinvain is a nickname of a user on BitcoinTalk forums. Basically, he was the first one to experience a major Bitcoin loss. He lost 25,000 bitcoins, all together it was worth around $500,000. The user believed that someone hacked into his computer to steal BTC.

Mt Gox

Shortly after Allinvain’s case, the next hack attempt happened. Mt Gox was one of the biggest exchanges that provided a trade between Bitcoin and fiat money. Hackers compromised its website and started to sell Bitcoins. Their actions made the price go down dramatically. However, attackers did not pay attention to the $1000 limit Mt Gox had. Nonetheless, that hack attack had an important influence on BTC.

Other exchanges

Exchanges are being attacked by hackers quite often.
In 2012 Bitfloor suffered a terrible attack and lost 24,000 BTC (around $250,000). Unfortunately, this exchange was not able to survive the attack and was closed in 2013.
In 2015 Bitstamp exchange was hacked. It lost approximately 19,000 BTC (around $5 million).
In 2016 Bitfinex also lost 120,000 BTC (around $77 million) to hackers.

Twitter hack

The last attack happened in one of the biggest social nets. Twitter became a part of the latest attackers’ actions. The most significant and world-famous accounts promoted Bitcoin scam for several hours.

Anti-hack protection

The most important question is how to protect your Bitcoin savings from upcoming attacks. Here are some basic things that may help you to be safe:
Even though there is no way to be a hundred percent safe, there are a lot of steps we can take to avoid unfortunate losses. Cryptocurrency services are improving their protection systems all the time, and we all should do what we can to make this network more secure.
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Bitcoin Hacks & basic ways to protect your Crypto

Interest in Bitcoin is increasing globally. More and more people are willing to participate in Bitcoin trading and mining. However, Bitcoin history shows that it is not always as safe as we would like it to be. Let’s take a look at some major Bitcoin hacks.

Allinvain

Allinvain is a nickname of a user on BitcoinTalk forums. Basically, he was the first one to experience a major Bitcoin loss. He lost 25,000 bitcoins, all together it was worth around $500,000. The user believed that someone hacked into his computer to steal BTC.

Mt Gox

Shortly after Allinvain’s case, the next hack attempt happened. Mt Gox was one of the biggest exchanges that provided a trade between Bitcoin and fiat money. Hackers compromised its website and started to sell Bitcoins. Their actions made the price go down dramatically. However, attackers did not pay attention to the $1000 limit Mt Gox had. Nonetheless, that hack attack had an important influence on BTC.

Other exchanges

Exchanges are being attacked by hackers quite often.
In 2012 Bitfloor suffered a terrible attack and lost 24,000 BTC (around $250,000). Unfortunately, this exchange was not able to survive the attack and was closed in 2013.
In 2015 Bitstamp exchange was hacked. It lost approximately 19,000 BTC (around $5 million).
In 2016 Bitfinex also lost 120,000 BTC (around $77 million) to hackers.

Twitter hack

The last attack happened in one of the biggest social nets. Twitter became a part of the latest attackers’ actions. The most significant and world-famous accounts promoted Bitcoin scam for several hours.

Anti-hack protection

The most important question is how to protect your Bitcoin savings from upcoming attacks. Here are some basic things that may help you to be safe:
Even though there is no way to be a hundred percent safe, there are a lot of steps we can take to avoid unfortunate losses. Cryptocurrency services are improving their protection systems all the time, and we all should do what we can to make this network more secure.
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Bitcoin Hacks & basic ways to protect your Crypto

Interest in Bitcoin is increasing globally. More and more people are willing to participate in Bitcoin trading and mining. However, Bitcoin history shows that it is not always as safe as we would like it to be. Let’s take a look at some major Bitcoin hacks.

Allinvain

Allinvain is a nickname of a user on BitcoinTalk forums. Basically, he was the first one to experience a major Bitcoin loss. He lost 25,000 bitcoins, all together it was worth around $500,000. The user believed that someone hacked into his computer to steal BTC.

Mt Gox

Shortly after Allinvain’s case, the next hack attempt happened. Mt Gox was one of the biggest exchanges that provided a trade between Bitcoin and fiat money. Hackers compromised its website and started to sell Bitcoins. Their actions made the price go down dramatically. However, attackers did not pay attention to the $1000 limit Mt Gox had. Nonetheless, that hack attack had an important influence on BTC.

Other exchanges

Exchanges are being attacked by hackers quite often.
In 2012 Bitfloor suffered a terrible attack and lost 24,000 BTC (around $250,000). Unfortunately, this exchange was not able to survive the attack and was closed in 2013.
In 2015 Bitstamp exchange was hacked. It lost approximately 19,000 BTC (around $5 million).
In 2016 Bitfinex also lost 120,000 BTC (around $77 million) to hackers.

Twitter hack

The last attack happened in one of the biggest social nets. Twitter became a part of the latest attackers’ actions. The most significant and world-famous accounts promoted Bitcoin scam for several hours.

Anti-hack protection

The most important question is how to protect your Bitcoin savings from upcoming attacks. Here are some basic things that may help you to be safe:
Even though there is no way to be a hundred percent safe, there are a lot of steps we can take to avoid unfortunate losses. Cryptocurrency services are improving their protection systems all the time, and we all should do what we can to make this network more secure.
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Bitcoin Hacks & basic ways to protect your Crypto

Interest in Bitcoin is increasing globally. More and more people are willing to participate in Bitcoin trading and mining. However, Bitcoin history shows that it is not always as safe as we would like it to be. Let’s take a look at some major Bitcoin hacks.

Allinvain

Allinvain is a nickname of a user on BitcoinTalk forums. Basically, he was the first one to experience a major Bitcoin loss. He lost 25,000 bitcoins, all together it was worth around $500,000. The user believed that someone hacked into his computer to steal BTC.

Mt Gox

Shortly after Allinvain’s case, the next hack attempt happened. Mt Gox was one of the biggest exchanges that provided a trade between Bitcoin and fiat money. Hackers compromised its website and started to sell Bitcoins. Their actions made the price go down dramatically. However, attackers did not pay attention to the $1000 limit Mt Gox had. Nonetheless, that hack attack had an important influence on BTC.

Other exchanges

Exchanges are being attacked by hackers quite often.
In 2012 Bitfloor suffered a terrible attack and lost 24,000 BTC (around $250,000). Unfortunately, this exchange was not able to survive the attack and was closed in 2013.
In 2015 Bitstamp exchange was hacked. It lost approximately 19,000 BTC (around $5 million).
In 2016 Bitfinex also lost 120,000 BTC (around $77 million) to hackers.

Twitter hack

The last attack happened in one of the biggest social nets. Twitter became a part of the latest attackers’ actions. The most significant and world-famous accounts promoted Bitcoin scam for several hours.

Anti-hack protection

The most important question is how to protect your Bitcoin savings from upcoming attacks. Here are some basic things that may help you to be safe:
Even though there is no way to be a hundred percent safe, there are a lot of steps we can take to avoid unfortunate losses. Cryptocurrency services are improving their protection systems all the time, and we all should do what we can to make this network more secure.
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Bitcoin Hacks & basic ways to protect your Crypto

Interest in Bitcoin is increasing globally. More and more people are willing to participate in Bitcoin trading and mining. However, Bitcoin history shows that it is not always as safe as we would like it to be. Let’s take a look at some major Bitcoin hacks.

Allinvain

Allinvain is a nickname of a user on BitcoinTalk forums. Basically, he was the first one to experience a major Bitcoin loss. He lost 25,000 bitcoins, all together it was worth around $500,000. The user believed that someone hacked into his computer to steal BTC.

Mt Gox

Shortly after Allinvain’s case, the next hack attempt happened. Mt Gox was one of the biggest exchanges that provided a trade between Bitcoin and fiat money. Hackers compromised its website and started to sell Bitcoins. Their actions made the price go down dramatically. However, attackers did not pay attention to the $1000 limit Mt Gox had. Nonetheless, that hack attack had an important influence on BTC.

Other exchanges

Exchanges are being attacked by hackers quite often.
In 2012 Bitfloor suffered a terrible attack and lost 24,000 BTC (around $250,000). Unfortunately, this exchange was not able to survive the attack and was closed in 2013.
In 2015 Bitstamp exchange was hacked. It lost approximately 19,000 BTC (around $5 million).
In 2016 Bitfinex also lost 120,000 BTC (around $77 million) to hackers.

Twitter hack

The last attack happened in one of the biggest social nets. Twitter became a part of the latest attackers’ actions. The most significant and world-famous accounts promoted Bitcoin scam for several hours.

Anti-hack protection

The most important question is how to protect your Bitcoin savings from upcoming attacks. Here are some basic things that may help you to be safe:
Even though there is no way to be a hundred percent safe, there are a lot of steps we can take to avoid unfortunate losses. Cryptocurrency services are improving their protection systems all the time, and we all should do what we can to make this network more secure.
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Bitcoin Hacks & basic ways to protect your Crypto

Interest in Bitcoin is increasing globally. More and more people are willing to participate in Bitcoin trading and mining. However, Bitcoin history shows that it is not always as safe as we would like it to be. Let’s take a look at some major Bitcoin hacks.

Allinvain

Allinvain is a nickname of a user on BitcoinTalk forums. Basically, he was the first one to experience a major Bitcoin loss. He lost 25,000 bitcoins, all together it was worth around $500,000. The user believed that someone hacked into his computer to steal BTC.

Mt Gox

Shortly after Allinvain’s case, the next hack attempt happened. Mt Gox was one of the biggest exchanges that provided a trade between Bitcoin and fiat money. Hackers compromised its website and started to sell Bitcoins. Their actions made the price go down dramatically. However, attackers did not pay attention to the $1000 limit Mt Gox had. Nonetheless, that hack attack had an important influence on BTC.

Other exchanges

Exchanges are being attacked by hackers quite often.
In 2012 Bitfloor suffered a terrible attack and lost 24,000 BTC (around $250,000). Unfortunately, this exchange was not able to survive the attack and was closed in 2013.
In 2015 Bitstamp exchange was hacked. It lost approximately 19,000 BTC (around $5 million).
In 2016 Bitfinex also lost 120,000 BTC (around $77 million) to hackers.

Twitter hack

The last attack happened in one of the biggest social nets. Twitter became a part of the latest attackers’ actions. The most significant and world-famous accounts promoted Bitcoin scam for several hours.

Anti-hack protection

The most important question is how to protect your Bitcoin savings from upcoming attacks. Here are some basic things that may help you to be safe:
Even though there is no way to be a hundred percent safe, there are a lot of steps we can take to avoid unfortunate losses. Cryptocurrency services are improving their protection systems all the time, and we all should do what we can to make this network more secure.
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Upon booting up Tails if I choose "disable all networking", is it safe to create a Bitcoin wallet seed if I'm still within range of wireless networks? Is there any possibility that Tails could be attacked from another system on the network with networking disabled?

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Fast & Easy Ways To Buy Bitcoins From Coinmama

Fast & Easy Ways To Buy Bitcoins From Coinmama
Fast & Easy Ways To Buy Bitcoins From Coinmama

Fast & Easy Ways To Buy Bitcoins From Coinmama

Coinmama founded in the year 2013. It was created with the motto that the world can find an easy way to buy Bitcoins (BTC).
It is in practice over 190 countries and territories. Coinmama users can buy Bitcoin as well as five different cryptocurrencies, here listed Fast & Easy Ways To Buy Bitcoins From Coinmama
Types of cryptocurrencies
Ethereum (ETH)
Ethereum Classic (ETC)
Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
Litecoin (LTC)
Monero (XMR)

Setting up your Coinmama account

To buy Bitcoins from Coinmama, first you have to set up your account.
As a start you have to register your email address and get verified for purchase.
In order to the risk management policy, Coinmama verifies all of its users' email acccunt for compliance with regulations.
If you are willing to have a fast and smooth verification process, then before account setup first you have to gather your government issued personal information such as a driver’s license or passport, your smartphone.
  1. To Register
Go to www.coinmama.com, and click “sign up”

Fast & Easy Ways To Buy Bitcoins From Coinmama

Enter your first and last name, your email address, password of your choice, and country of residence.
Then click create an account button.

Fast & Easy Ways To Buy Bitcoins From Coinmama

Check your registered email id there you will get an email link for verification, this link will acknowledge your owner identity.
Click that link in the email to complete the registration process.
2.Get Verified for Purchase
Enter here your personal information, including your full name and address, then click “Next.”

Fast & Easy Ways To Buy Bitcoins From Coinmama

Next step, you have to Upload a photo of your government-issued identification card. Upload both the front and back of your ID card.
Make sure that the image is clear.
Upload your recent photo, then click “Send for approval
Fast & Easy Ways To Buy Bitcoins From Coinmama


Here you can also add your selfie by ,uploading a photograph of yourself holding the paper as well as the ID you’ve just uploaded.
Your face, the ID, and the paper all need to be fully visible.


Fast & Easy Ways To Buy Bitcoins From Coinmama

After this step wait for some time until the coinmama verification team will review the information that you submitted.
If all your information is ok, then your identity should be verified in about fifteen minutes.
Once your account is verified, you’re ready to buy Bitcoin!

Place your first order

After the account set up and verification is complete, you can buy cryptocurrency with Coinmama.
You have options of different wallets to store your favorite cryptocurrency.
You need to just choose the crypto wallet that best suits your needs.
After choosing your Bitcoin wallet, think of which cryptocurrency you want to buy, and how much.

Choose your cryptocurrency

Log into your Coinmama account, then click “buy.”
You are now redirected to the “buy cryptocurrency” page.
From that dropdown menu, choose which cryptocurrency you’d like to purchase, and also the currency
Coinmama accepts all cryptocurrencies, but note that if your bank account is in a country that uses a currency other than USD, EUR, GBP, AUD, or CAD, you may be charged a foreign transaction fee by your bank
Choose an amount. You can select a package, or enter the fiat amount or crypto quantity you’d like to buy.
Then click “Buy now.”

Fast & Easy Ways To Buy Bitcoins From Coinmama

Add your Bitcoin wallet and payment details

Enter your cryptocurrency wallet address.
Keep in mind, different wallets are used to support different cryptocurrencies, so here if you buy Bitcoin, you’ll need a Bitcoin wallet.
For example If you buy Ethereum, then you’ll need an Ethereum wallet
If you have doubt with your cryptocurrency wallet address, try clicking on “receive funds” or something similar from your wallet provider’s application or website.
Each cryptocurrency wallet provider is different, so it’s best to contact them with any questions.

Select Carefully The Payment Method

You can choose your own payment method, to buy bitcoin
The options are, you can buy with credit card, debit card, or bank transfer.
Select your preferred payment method, then click the buy button.
Enter your payment details. Enter your credit card details if paying by credit or debit card.
If you pay via the bank transfer, then log onto your own online banking system and transfer the exact amount shown to the Coinmama bank details provided.
Bank transfers through the SEPA usually take 1-2 business days to post
while SWIFT bank transfers can take up to 3 business days.
Coinmama will be unable to lock the cryptocurrency rate on bank transfer orders until payment is received.

Confirm your cryptocurrency wallet address

Consequently, to confirm your wallet address, check your email link
If you buy Bitcoin with a credit card or debit card, you will receive your Bitcoin wallet confirmation link once your payment has been received.
If you pay with a bank transfer, the link will be in the order summary email.
Because wallets are hosted through third-party applications and providers,
Coinmama will not be able to retrieve any funds sent to the wrong address.
If everything looks ok, then click on the link to confirm.
Wait for your coins
You receive your bitcoins about 10-20 minutes, If you buy with a credit or debit card.
If you pay with a bank transfer, then it usually takes 1-3 business days to receive your bitcoins
Thats all you now owned your first Bitcoins from Coinmama
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