What Bitcoin Wallet Do I Use?
Today we are talking about Bitcoin wallet basics. Do you need a paper, software, or hardware wallet? Welcome back to another exciting episode of the LOTS Project Podcast. This is episode 521, and today, we’re diving into the world of Bitcoin wallets. From paper to software, and hardware, we’re going to demystify the basics and make sure you’re equipped with all the know-how to navigate this crypto landscape. So buckle up, and let’s get started!
Decided You Need a Hardware Wallet For Your Bitcoin?
One of the types of wallets I will be discussing today will be a hardware wallet. The hardware wallet I currently use and recommend is the Blockstream Jade. Hold your Bitcoin and Liquid assets in this cool little wallet. With air gapped connection by using Bluetooth or the built in camera, to the full color screen or easy to use buttons the Jade is great for beginners or advanced BTC enthusiasts. Be ready for the next bull run when your wallet value doubles, triples or more.
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