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Ripple Wallet Gatehub:

The ripple wallet uses Gatehub, a very powerful security system that sometimes flaws it.It requires you to activate the account by sending a copy of your ID card, proof of accommodation and then waiting for the approval of the account to finish, which may disrupt you.

This wallet disadvantages the large commissions when selling and withdrawing.

https://gatehub.net

 

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CoinPayments:
CoinPayments is a Canadian-based wallet that does not require any proof of identity, is reputable, supports many cryptocurrencies, and is easy to use.
Unfortunately, in recent times it has banned some countries in response to US laws

https://www.coinpayments.net/

 

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Ledger Nano S:
One of the most popular wallets to support Ripple coin, the most popular among wallets, Ledger Nano S priced at about $ 95, has a screen, easy to use, and can be connected to any computer, it is one of the cheapest types of wallets, making it more popular In the cryptocurrency market, this type of wallet is considered the safest, hard to penetrate, and easy to use for ordinary people.

You can buy the wallet here:

https://shop.ledger.com/products/ledger-nano-s

 

 

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Yes, I agree with you, your choice is good, I personally prefer the best Ledger hardware wallets as you keep your cash and key with you and are not under KYC or ban as it happened to some people in CoinPayments wallet. But the problem with this wallet is that you have to buy it and some people do not want to buy or are unable to buy nor is it available for all countries.


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5 hours ago, Huzlerdude said:

These are very good wallets storage and they are mostly used by everyone especially the ledger wallet

 

18 minutes ago, Hamk said:

Ledger nano, should be the best option to me, a hardware wallet not like coins payment and gatehub that are only wallet

Yes, indeed, it is true that all members who have reply here prefer this wallet, and this is normal because this wallet is the best and outperforms the rest of the wallets in terms of safety and is the most important factor in the world of Crypto.


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6 minutes ago, vibrationnn said:

Much obliged to you for your recommendation to store Wave since it is as of now the coin that numerous individuals contribute. With choice 1, it won't be appropriate for the individuals who abhor KYC validation. CoinPayments wallets are not legitimate for US speculators. Along these lines, Record equipment wallets are the best sort and reasonable for everybody.

True, the  hardware wallet is the best, but it is good to have a variety of options. There are people who like web wallets, people who like application wallets, and more. Then cold wallets are expensive and you do not need it if you have a little balance and in this case it is better to use a web wallet or exchange.


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40 minutes ago, vibrationnn said:

Much obliged to you for your recommendation to store Wave since it is right now the coin that numerous individuals contribute. With choice 1, it won't be reasonable for the individuals who detest KYC confirmation. CoinPayments wallets are not legitimate for US financial specialists. In this way, Record equipment wallets are the best kind and appropriate for everybody.

I think that you repeat the same replay several times and this is against the rules in the forum, I want to warn you that this is spam, you are a new member here and you may not know the rules in the forum delete the similar comments so that the moderators does not consider you spam and bans you. I want to help you before it is too late.


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2 hours ago, Nahna said:

Thanks for releasing this wonderful wallet to hold my Ripple coin, soon I will register, but what is the website? so that I can try it, because I think is going to be the best wallet for the Ripple coin, which I think it can hold all what I earn from ripple, and explain about it security, because I want to be free from this ungrateful hackers.

Which wallet exactly do you mean, for that there are three wallets on the topic, and I have also put links for each of these wallets, please read the topic well. And check this information.


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On 12/15/2019 at 4:12 PM, Nahna said:

Am referring Ripple wallet and I have seen the link but which type of ID card is their requirement sir.

Now you understand what you mean, this wallet requires KYC and this means that you must send a copy of your personal identity (ID) as well as a photo while you are holding the ID and may also request proof of residence.


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Thank you very much for the useful article on these 3 types of wallets, it is really good for anyone who is new to playing coins to know how to safely protect their money.
For me, USB hard disk is the number 1 choice for safety with my money
thank you

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Thank you very much for this wonderful topic, this will really help to those ripple holders. and also this detailed will really help the newbies into this forum. thank you, i really appreciated this post.

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Just now, tranhungritc said:

Thank you very much for the useful article on these 3 types of wallets, it is really good for anyone who is new to playing coins to know how to safely protect their money.
For me, USB hard disk is the number 1 choice for safety with my money
thank you

Yes, this is the best option among these options, and I always recommend it because it is the most protected method among those wallets. It is better to have your wallet in your pocket rather than be online.


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Hi guy, how are you ? Hope fine on this day. These are very good wallets storage and they are mostly used by pleinty person in  the world ! Thanks ! Best regards my friend !

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2 hours ago, mn886405 said:

These are a good wallets and  used  for store ripple. Ripple wallet gatehub is best but it required KYC for approval but many people did not like to verify their KYC. So this is not good option. Second coinpayment are banned in some countries so it can not use those country in which is banned. Ledger wallet is most popular and not required KYC  and easy to use

This is a completely correct analysis, one must verify the important things for him before depositing his money in any wallet. There are some people who do not like KYC and this is their right, as some wallets prohibit some countries, so Ledger's wallet is the best option.


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5 hours ago, Cryptokiller said:

I normally use exchange wallets for holding ripple.That's why I can say about these good exchange wallets.

 

 

 

 

 

Exchange wallet is good but there are many peoples who says that storing your coins for long term on exchanges is not a good idea.

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Just now, Zentoly said:

Exchange wallet is good but there are many peoples who says that storing your coins for long term on exchanges is not a good idea.

This is really true, we have heard this year news of more than six Exchanges that have been closed, the last of which is the IDAX Exchange, and this news makes users lose confidence in exchanges and they prefer wallets, especially cold wallets.


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18 hours ago, BitCryptoCoin said:

I will prefer the Ledger Nano S. You said there best ripple wallets, I think Trezor should be the first bit you did not imclide it. Can tou tell us why?

I will tell you very simply why I  dont put Trezor on the list even though it's a very cool wallet and a rival to the Ledger wallet, simply because it doesn't support Ripple yet. This is what I know and if you know something different  so please tell me.

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Generally I use coinpayment for recive Bitcoin , Etherium and ripple also this is good as well as secure wallet also. I use this wallet on my friend suggestion they said that they till not recive any kind of bug in that.


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1 hour ago, Badman001 said:

Generally I use coinpayment for recive Bitcoin , Etherium and ripple also this is good as well as secure wallet also. I use this wallet on my friend suggestion they said that they till not recive any kind of bug in that.

Coin payment is also a good wallet but for me  the blockchain wallet is more secure and have high speed of transaction.

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4 hours ago, auiwrb4 said:

CoinPayments wallets are not legal for U.S. investors, I personally prefer the Ledger hardware wallet best when you keep cash and keys with you and do not belong to KYC or banned as some people in CoinPayments wallets

Yes, this is what I prefer too. I was banned from this wallet specifically. I did not do anything wrong or illegal, but CoinPayments banned me only because I belong to a specific country. What nonsense I was hoping things wouldn't happen in the Crypto world.


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17 minutes ago, Huzlerdude said:

They don't want to remove some money to buy what is useful to them. They prefer to used the online wallet which might cause some problems to them

Yes, when you have a large amount of money, it is better to spend part of it on purchasing a secure wallet rather than losing it all through unsafe web wallets, scams, or a hacker.


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Thank you very much for your information. mainly i am using ledger nano s now. this wallet is very much secured to me for storing any cyrpto asset.

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12 hours ago, Shamim adnan said:

These are a good wallet.  Ripple Wallet GotHub is best but it will require KYC for approval.  It cannot be launched without its authorization.  However, many people do not like to verify their KYC.  There is a possibility that many problems may arise if it works without verification.  So be careful.

Yes I know this wallet asks for KYC and I have written that. I personally do not use it nor do I use any wallet or even exchange if KYC is required. Actually I don't like KYC and I try to get away from all the sites that KYC requests.


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