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  1. I didn't get a chance to hit it at the lowest point today as I was at work. But I am buying more as we speak, lol. I will buy and hold, and then buy and hold again. I am going for the long game on this.
  2. Why keep it on an exchange instead of putting it in a secure wallet?
  3. I have read reports of people not having enough space on the Ledger. Plus, I don't want to keep everything in one place. If I would lose a ledger, it got stolen, or if it got broken(knock on wood), then I wouldn't lose everything.
  4. For other crypto currencies. Each kind will have their own hardware wallet.
  5. Hello and welcome! I think everyone uses Coinbase as a stepping stone as it is user friendly and popular. As far as wallets go... I have heard that "paper wallets" are the most secure, but I have not tried to set one up. I use a hardware wallet such as the ledger nano s.
  6. Before signing up here, I have been a long time lurker of this forum. I have read and learned many things about buying, selling, and storing my crypto currencies. Most people that have been on here a while, I am sure that (s)he has their ducks in a row. But for those that are just starting, I would like to share a few of my experiences with you. Before I even made any accounts on any exchanges, I researched and lurked forums for 2 months to see what I needed to do. I decided to take a lot of the information gathered and set up my security before even making accounts anywhere. First
  7. New to the forum, but been a lurker for a good while. I have learned a great deal from the people here while lurking and well on my way. So I decided to join and I hope I can ake the knowledge learned and pass it on.
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