https://www.brsoftech.com/bitcoin-minin ... ment.htmlBlockchain.info with a good password is good. As is rushwallet.
If you have a lot probably the best is a hardware wallet or a paper wallet, though.
The Bitcoin.com wallet is a fork of the Copay wallet, and i think if you compared the 2 now, you would see that we have made many improvements.copay is best Bitcoin wallet.
- available on iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Linux, Max OS X, and Windows.
- it’s easy to use.
- clean user interface.
- good choice for new Bitcoin users.
-good for businesses due to a shared account feature.
Paper wallets are only secure if they have been generated correctly offline.If you want something physical, I'd suggest making a paper wallet on WalletGenerator. It supports almost 200 currencies and paper wallets are very secure.
i've been using, but can not answer your question.Has anyone used Bitcoin Unlimited's wallet? Does it allow you to create an off-line wallet? Does it allow you to import private keys from Electrum?
Hi, Zachary recently I have bought The Ledger nano S Hardware wallet Now I feel The hardware wallets better than Web wallets so you can Buy Ledger Nano So and one most important thing do not Buy any hardware wallet at Amazon and other online stores just buy at their official websites.Been lurking on here for awhile now, figured I'd make a post.
Looking for the most stable and secure wallet.
I was using my bitfloor account to hold everything, but they just went down for good apparently. Got my money out so that was nice.
Thanks for the help guys.
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