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    Default Bitcoin owners, where do you store your cryptocurrency?

    Where do you store your cryptocurrency? Do you hold your own private key?

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    with luno, and coinbase account

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    trezor hardware wallets, ledger hardware wallets, some on a VM.

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    Exodus
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    Why do you have to be a owner? You can have an empty wallet...
    It's easy to think that religion is a lie when all I see is the hypocrite through the splinters in my eyes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by backstreetboy View Post
    Why do you have to be a owner? You can have an empty wallet...
    Why would you need / want a wallet if you have nothing to put in it ? For show ?

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    As I understand it, my cryptocurrencies are all stored in the various blockchains, with the exception of IOTA which is stored in some sort of tangle or knot.

    My private keys are mine, for the currencies that matter. Those I have for short term are usually in exchanges, unless they're ERC20 tokens in which case I have my private keys with which I access them via MyEtherWallet or whatever is convenient. For rare exceptions (e.g. where a light wallet isn't available - i.e. I don't want the full blockchain on my hard drive) I have coins with larger totals that are in an exchange. Otherwise Exodus, Jaxx, Coinomi, and some single-coin wallets like Neon and IOTA. Exodus is my main one.

    All behind strong passwords stored in KeePass in a virtual drive encrypted with TrueCrypt. So, yes, some vulnerabilities, and a linux virus/malware could rob me of my invisible internet beans, but I haven't invested more than I can chew.

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    on my HDD.
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    For day trading a few thousand dollars on exchanges.
    For drawing cash / liquidity - wirex - Bitcoin to usd to Visa card.
    For long term storage - offline encrypted drive with Elektrum wallet, only mounted when I need it...

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    Where do you store your cryptocurrency?
    That's for me to know and no-one else's business

    Do you hold your own private key?
    Oh yes

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    Quote Originally Posted by backstreetboy View Post
    Why do you have to be a owner? You can have an empty wallet...
    Eish.
    "Car owners - where do you park your car?". The answer to that isn't: "You don't need a car to have a undercover parking bay". That doesn't even follow from anything.

    Store mine on Jaxx for now and an exchange or two.
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