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Crypto wallets store your private keys, keeping your crypto safe and accessible. They also allow you to send, receive, and spend cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum.
They come in many forms, from hardware wallets like Ledger (which looks like a USB stick) to mobile apps like Coinbas...
Unlike a normal wallet, which can hold actual cash, crypto wallets technically don’t store your crypto. Your holdings live on the blockchain, but can only be accessed using a private key. Your keys prove your ownership of your digital money and allow you to make transactions.
If you lose ...
Crypto wallets range from simple-to-use apps to more complex security solutions. The main types of wallets you can choose from include:
Paper and hardware wallets are harder for malicious users to access because they are stored offline, but they are limited in function and risk being lost or destroyed. Online wallets offered by a major exchange like Coinbase are the simplest way to get started in crypto and offer a balance of sec...
Using an app like Coinbase Wallet or Exodus gives you easy access to your crypto holdings. You can:
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