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  1. The best desktop wallets that I know are not many and they are: Electrum Bitcoin core Exodus Copay Arrmony. To me, electrum and bitcoin core are still the best but the other three are also best but not like electrum.
  2. BitPay exec: “Something unforeseen” to push Bitcoin over $20,000 in 2020 https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitcoin-breakout-hopes-telegram-trial-binance-donation-hodlers-digest-jan-612 What do you think about this. Can bitcoin price cross over $12,000 and later get over 20,000 this year 2020?
  3. Yobit ICO is not ICO but IEO and makes it less risky and advisable to invest in. Yobit have good plans and the IEO will become successful. What' your opinion.
  4. There is a large selection of Android wallets. Since Bitcoin wallets were originally banned by Apple, developers spent much of their time developing for Android. Samourai Wallet Samourai is 100% the best available Android wallet. It has the most features, the best privacy and its developers are constantly working to add the latest Bitcoin features to the wallet. Samourai Wallet has been around for more than 3 years and its code is fully open source. Mycelium Mycelium is the most popular Bitcoin wallet on Android. It's very easy to use for sending and receiving payments. Backing up your wallet is also simple, since Mycelium makes it very clear with setup and backup instructions. Breadwallet Breadwallet, the great iPhone Bitcoin wallet, recently released an Android wallet. It offers the user control of private keys, an easy to use interface, and passcode support. Edge Edge is an easy to use Bitcoin wallet for iPhone and Android. Its familiar login feature makes using the app a breeze for people new to bitcoin. The wallet also creates automatic backups, so you don't have to worry about the technicalities of performing manual wallet backups. GreenBits GreenBits is the native Android version of GreenAddress. It’s a multi-signature wallet that also supports hardware wallets like TREZOR and Ledger. Bitcoin Wallet Bitcoin Wallet, or “Schildbach Wallet”, was the first mobile Bitcoin wallet. Bitcoin Wallet is more secure than most mobile Bitcoin wallets, because it connects directly to the Bitcoin network. Bitcoin Wallet has a simple interface and just the right amount of features, making it a great wallet and a great educational tool for Bitcoin beginners. https://www.buybitcoinworldwide.com/wallets/
  5. Ledger Nano X is a secure storage for any cryptocurrency. It is the newest crypto hardware wallet, and is very easy to use. You can connects to iPhone, ipad, Android and laptops. This the best wallet to me. Which one is best offline wallet?
  6. Generate your private keys in a secure, offline environment Except if using little amounts, in which cases keys may be created in a hot wallet but otherwise offline wallet it better and the safest. Create backups of your private keys This helps to protect against the loss of your bitcoin due to hard drive failure. Encrypt wallets to provide additional security This helps prevent the physical theft of your funds in the event that your device or hardware wallet is stolen.
  7. The type of wallet you want This factor comes down to personal preference. For example, if security is your number one priority, then, hardware wallets should be in your mind. But if you want a convenient access your coins, a mobile or web wallet may be your preferred choice. Ease of use Sending, receiving and storing cryptocurrency can be complicated and confusing, particularly for beginners. Your wallet should suit your tech knowledge and crypto experience. While crypto novices might focus on finding a wallet that’s simple to set up and use, experienced holders might look for advanced features, like an in-wallet exchange and multisignature transactions. Security features Find out what security features the wallet includes, such as two-factor authentication and multisig functionality. Will your private key be stored online or offline? Has the wallet ever suffered security breaches? Other features. Does your wallet include the ability to exchange among currencies in your wallet or provide easy access to live fiat exchange rates or other market information. Reputation What level of community trust does the wallet have? Check out independent online reviews to gauge how other users rate the wallet and whether they’d recommend it. Supported cryptocurrencies. Are you looking for a wallet that stores just one crypto, like bitcoin, or are you in the market for a multicurrency wallet? Make sure the wallet you choose is compatible with the cryptocurrencies you need to store, and remember that some coins and tokens can only be held in an official wallet. The team behind the wallet See what you can find about how long the company’s been in business. What qualifications do they have? Are they continually working to upgrade and improve the wallet? Costs While most crypto wallets are free, choosing a hardware wallet means parting with some cash. Consider the price and shipping costs when making your decision. Some wallets also charge a fee for every transaction you make.
  8. Is this browser mining profitable? Have you withdraw from the site before? What are the merits and demerits of using the site?
  9. 1. Having multiple accounts. All the accounts will be banned at once. 2. Beginners writing useless contents. The account could be suspended indefinitely or for months. I think. 3. Beginners not posting the first time at all. The account can be banned. You need to post the very time you create account. After posting some meaningful contents you will not be banned. 4. Beginners copying and pasting i.e spamming. The account can be banned or suspended indefinitely. I think. 5. Lately, if two or more cryptotalk members are using the same modem, router or device to connect, their accounts would be banned at once. So, we only welcome newbies that are ready to post or start meaningful and constructive contents.
  10. I want to know if there is any online wallet that been compromised before. So, that we can know maybe online wallets is actually better than exchanges for safe keeping Crypto.
  11. To my understanding. Ripple is a stable coin and not like bitcoin and unstable altcoin. We said halving will trend bitcoin price up while altcoin would follow. What about Stablecoin like Ripple? To me, I always think it is not good to invest in ripple because it is a stablecoin. What's your say on this?
  12. Bitcoin halving date is not 100% certain at this point because the time taken to generate new blocks may speed up or slow down. It would take place before 18th May. 2020, this is based on current performance, but it might be on 14 May. Bitcoin last halving is expected to occur in the year 2140. At this time, all the 21 million bitcoin would be mined
  13. Bitcoin price always go up following halving, but, it depends on the supply and demand ratio. Based on history bitcoin price increment is highly likely. What do you think?
  14. I guess yes, but, I may be wrong. I said so because there would be no other source of reward than the transaction fee. You about you people. What do you think?
  15. People do ask what would happen to miners after the whole bitcoin has been mined? After the last halving, miners will stop receiving block rewards. The second source of revenue for miners is transaction fees. This will be the only sources of reward for miners.
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