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  • How to Secure Your Cryptocurrency

    How to Secure Your Cryptocurrency

    You should always keep your crypto secure whether you’re purchasing, storing, or investing. Losing your coins and tokens is, in the vast majority of cases, permanent.

    If you trade cryptocurrencies on centralized exchanges, use ones that are regulatory compliant with KYC and AML checks. Peer-to-peer trading and decentralized exchanges with audits have the best chance of security.

    There are multiple options when it comes to storing your crypto securely. You can keep your...
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  • Connecting Trust Wallet to Binance Smart Chain (BSC)

    Connecting Trust Wallet to Binance Smart Chain (BSC)

    Learning how to access Binance Smart Chain is one of the easiest ways to interact with cryptocurrencies and DeFi projects. Trust Wallet is a great way to do it outside of a desktop browser, and it only takes a few minutes to set up.
    The Trust Wallet app is a mobile crypto wallet that doesn’t require registration. It’s available for iOS, Android, and Google Play users. Once installed, you can easily connect your wallet to DApps, including PancakeSwap, SushiSwap, and Beefy Finance.
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  • How to Use Binance Chain Wallet

    How to Use Binance Chain Wallet

    Binance Chain Wallet is the official Binance cryptocurrency wallet for accessing Binance Smart Chain, Binance Chain, and Ethereum. You can use it to securely store your crypto and connect to thousands of projects across different blockchains.

    Whether you’re looking to swap BNB for other tokens, mint NFTs, or do yield farming, you can easily do it all with the browser extension wallet. The Binance Chain Wallet currently supports Chrome, Firefox, and Brave.

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  • How to Use WalletConnect

    How to Use WalletConnect

    WalletConnect is a protocol used by many crypto wallets that allows you to easily connect with the many DApps of decentralized finance (DeFi). Simply find the DApp you want to interact with, connect with a QR code or deep link, and you’re good to go. Always remember to disconnect at the end of any session for maximum security.


    DApps (decentralized applications) provide excellent opportunities for doing more with your crypto than just HODLing....
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  • The Best Crypto Wallets for Binance Smart Chain (BSC)

    The Best Crypto Wallets for Binance Smart Chain (BSC)

    Choosing a crypto wallet depends on your needs. Security, custodianship, and interacting with smart contracts are key points to consider. You also may want to access your wallet on different devices.

    For browser extension wallets, MetaMask, MathWallet, and Binance Chain Wallet are good options. If you prefer a mobile experience, MetaMask, MathWallet, Trust Wallet and SafePal are available for iOS and Android. They’re decentralized and store your private key on your device. SafePal...
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  • What Is a Multisig Wallet?

    What Is a Multisig Wallet?

    Multisig stands for multi-signature, which is a specific type of digital signature that makes it possible for two or more users to sign documents as a group. Therefore, a multi-signature is produced through the combination of multiple unique signatures. Multisig technology has been extant within the world of cryptocurrencies, but the principle is one that existed long before the creation of Bitcoin.

    In the context of cryptocurrencies, the technology was first applied to Bitcoin addresses...
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  • Crypto Wallet Types Explained

    Crypto Wallet Types Explained

    What is a crypto wallet?

    In short, a crypto wallet is a tool that you can use to interact with a blockchain network. There are various crypto wallet types which can be divided into three groups: software, hardware, and paper wallets. Depending on their working mechanisms, they may also be referred to as hot or cold wallets.

    The majority of crypto wallet providers are based on software, which makes their use more convenient than hardware wallets. However, hardware wallets...
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  • What Is a Hardware Wallet (and Why You Should Use One)

    What Is a Hardware Wallet (and Why You Should Use One)

    When it comes to cryptocurrency, good storage is of paramount importance. The crypto world is dangerous – malicious actors are everywhere, and they have an abundance of strategies to steal users’ funds. Establishing a strategy for protecting your coins should be your utmost priority.
    You have a range of storage options available to you, each with its own security and usability trade-offs. Most likely, newcomers will stick to exchanges. These platforms provide many with their first exposure...
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