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is it worth keeping my crypto in a secure wallet if it's only worth around 2 grand?

>> No.18926228

what do you mean, is it 'worth' it?

>> No.18926261

I have $3k in RSR but technically it's future worth is about $6.5 million so yes I keep it on a hardware wallet

>> No.18926290

it's not a huge amount, is it

>> No.18926302

>he hodls and doesn't margin his entire networth

biz = plebbit

>> No.18926391

yes. /thread

>> No.18926447

If you’re fucking with amounts bigger than 1k I’d say it’s worth it. That 2k could be worth a lot more someday, so why not secure it now.

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>> No.18926583

why didn't you put /biz/? unbased

>> No.18926598

Depends what price you locked in at.

>> No.18926608

What the fuck is this

>> No.18926642

From another thread that was pruned.

>> No.18926670


no. The "secure wallet" thing is a fucking meme there is absolutely no need to waste your money on one of these things it's a vanity item just use a pencil and piece of paper

>> No.18926931

it's not worth it to buy these things if you are not using it frequently to purchase.

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i rather recommend this solution instead
bip38 encrypted paper wallet.
you can print it out and store it digitally in many copies for practically free.
secure against theft. cheap. and redundant.

>> No.18926997

Neither is 60 bucks but you seem to think its an investment decision worthy of some serious consideration.

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Me and my secretary were spread chainlink hate earlier

Pic happened to have a ledger in it

>> No.18927096

Could be worth 20k in a couple years

>> No.18927120

You are fucking your secretary? Why?

>> No.18927215


>> No.18927258

>only worth around 2 grand
kek wtf do you think it will be worth in a while..

>> No.18927304

People who requires secure or paper wallets for even large amounts are literally brainlets. Not getting hacked by this shit is computer 101 and if you can't manage it, well, you deserve to lose your money.

>> No.18927656

yes. that way you don't need to trust any service or worry about your money getting hacked into. It is 100% worth it.

>> No.18927816

It’s a small price to pay for the extra comfort

>> No.18927968

what are the transaction fees like?

>> No.18928183

Of course it's worth it, they're not that expensive. I got mine back in the day when I had about 5k worth of linkies.

>> No.18928213

you can choose what fee you want

>> No.18928243

That’s a man

>> No.18928245

I have 14k on coinbase pro since the last year who the fuck cares just dont go around clicking .exe files lmao

>> No.18928458

Is ledger the best wallet or is trezor a better option?

>> No.18928472

This is my mindset but about ARPA instead
I don't even care about the staking I just want it to be safe

>> No.18928622

if you're paranoid

>> No.18928704

I like ledger because it's a bit smaller, so I can store it in a waterproof aluminium tube. The trezor touchscreen is nice but I think it's up to personal preference. I bought the backup pack from Ledger using a voucher code I found online which basically meant the second "backup" ledger was free.

>> No.18928722

>just dont go around clicking .exe files lmao
Doesn't help if they get the Mt Gox treatment does it?

>> No.18929309

perfect thank you, i have been getting ads on brave for cobo vault, do you have any experience with those?

>> No.18929796

>cobo vault
It looks good. It's more expensive aprox x3.
Tbh, I wouldn't just because I don't want to be the early adopter that gets fucked by a new company. Plus Cobo are a bunch of chinks, whereas Ledger are France/USA.
What I did was get the Ledger backup pack and a stainless steel passphrase backup. Cryptocurrency Steel Wallet by Steel Wallet is good, you only need the first four letters for BIP39.

>> No.18929856

Just ask yourself: Would you leave 2k in a somali bank account? If yes, don't worry about hardware wallets. If you'd rather have the 2k under your pillow, I'd go for one because the average somali bank is probably more secure than the vast majority of crypto exchanges.

>> No.18929876

The hardware wallet is only like 50 bucks, what do you think?

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