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Hello Crowdholders, 

 

This task is to collect data on what crypto wallets you use the most. In 2 weeks we will showcase the results. After you fill out the survey here, please answer in the commenting section these questions: 


 

  1. What wallet do you like the best and why?

  2. What bothers you the most from current wallet usage?



 

Thanks for participating. We look forward to showcasing the results!

 

Cheers, 

 

CH Team  





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keep my coin in exchange wallet. 

18 hours ago

I use many different wallets for various reasons but the best one for me overall is Trust Wallet, it's very simple to use and is uncomplicated. The interface isn't cluttered and I can manage all my coins and tokens in one app.

 

2. Transfer fees is mainly an issue for me and remembering the different passwords for each one can be frustrating at times.

21 hours ago

about them. The swap or DEX feature of those wallets also involve high fees which makes me use them very seldomly. These wallets are also not as secure when compared to using

the concern I have with the first is that it does not support bitcoin while the second is that it does not support erc-20 tokens. will really like to see all of them in one place.For the bitcoin i was using Coin Space but their transaction fees went too high like $1.2 for each transaction.. So now i am keeping my Bitcoins in the exchanges wallet.eed. (For example, if your hard drive crashed, paper you had your seed was destroyed or you weren't able to write it down right away and thought you could retrieve it once the wallet was open) especially for newbies into the crypto space. You could retrieve your wallet with your email address and secret questionsThe CoinBase wallet is a great one because of the simplicity from desktop to mobile. It handles a multitude of coins, so I am never at a loss for accepting any coins. I use it for BTC, BTH, ZEC, and some ETC transactions.

 

1 day ago

I like luno the best because to me I see it as the safest 

1 day ago

Ryan Olesen guru

Have acted as an advisor on multiple blockchain & crypto currency related ICO's!

Ledger S for coins and Trust wallet for tokens 

2 days ago

I have a ledger s because i think it is safe to store my coins.

2 days ago

kostas vizoulas new user

I mostly use myetherwallet for simplicity in ETH assets and Ledger S for my btc needs. I feel its much safer with a hardware wallet when handling btc.

 

hardware wallets are a bit cumbersome to use still with small screens and button use.

3 days ago

E Yizzy new user

I use Exodus for hodling because of its built-in exchange and its support for my country's currency and I use Metamask for utility. I'm bothered mostly by the lack of options to buy directly with FIAT, and if there is an options, it's crazy expensive. 

4 days ago

Coinbase mostly. Don’t like the charges it takes to deposit money on it.

5 days ago


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6 days ago

Lester Paler senior

I always try to be as knowledgeable and as honest as possible.

What wallet do you like the best and why?

  • I use Trust Wallet and Atomic Wallet since they support a lot of cryptocurrencies and they also provide me with my own private keys which means I have full control of my coins. Both of them are also user-friendly and the design is also not bad. I also love that both wallets have their own way of exchanging tokens, Trust Wallet has its own DEX and Atomic has it's swapping feature powered by Changelly.

What bothers you the most from current wallet usage?

  • Those 2 wallets I mentioned do not really support staking, so some of the coins I have lie dormant in there, and when I do decide to stake them I'd still have to install and use a wallet that only supports that coin. I have heard of some staking wallets like Cobo and Magnum however I am still skeptical about them and I am yet to do my own research about them. The swap or DEX feature of those wallets also involve high fees which makes me use them very seldomly. These wallets are also not as secure when compared to using a hardware wallet like the Ledger Nano, however hardware wallets are really costly and since I'm just a poor guy living in a third-world country these free online wallets will have to do.

1 week ago

What wallet do you like the best and why?

  • I usually use MEW and Atomic Wallet. I think is the best way to make intraday crypto tasks because there are all existent tokens.

What bothers you the most from current wallet usage?

  • The high fees are what bothers me the most.

1 week ago

ahmed musa expert

1. Trustwallet due to multi-crypto

2. Staking is not available, 

1 week ago

NARUTO RAPHEAL guru

I am a Mechanical Engineer with expertise in power and Mecha-tronics. An Entrepreneur

1. The wallet I used most is metamask. there are a number of reasons as to why I used this one a lot, following the fact that it supports erc-20 tokens and that is what I use most, it also has a very good security system. The web browser addon even makes it most portable to use sending different tokens to different wallet with a click.

While the wallet I use for transactions involving bitcoin is blockchain, I like everything that wallet, from the web UI to the security around the site.

the concern I have with the first is that it does not support bitcoin while the second is that it does not support erc-20 tokens. will really like to see all of them in one place.

 

1 week ago

1) I am a newbie in crypto so I am using coinbase and keep the tokens in there just because I am not able to decide which wallet to get and move them into. 

2) I am not sure if Coinbase counts as a wallet tbh, but I consider their fees high if you are not HODLing like I intend to do.

 

If someone has any suggestions for a better, safer wallet option, i'm all ears!

Thank you! 

1 week ago

Adam - Mn expert

I use MEW and MetMask most often, but I can’t say that I like them the most. I have a claim for gas price and transaction time. And i would also like to be able to manage security - configure authentication levels, сhange login details.

 

1 week ago

1 bitladon, online, "secure" multiple coins, payments/fees ok

2 i want a desktop wallet with multiple coins, 0 fees and efficient mining function

1 week ago

Primoz Obolnar

Crypto enthusiast and in love with travelling

I like the best Nano Ledger S. It is siple and most importantly, secure. It supports a lot of different coins and it's interface is clean and simple. It does it's job and does not come with unecessary bloatware.

Other wwallet which I find very easy and ituitive to use is DNotes Vault. Online storage for DNotes coin. Again, it is safe and simple. Like the wallets should be.

 

About the part what ia bothering me about current wallet usage I must say that absoutely nnothing. I am satisfied as it is. I could easily instsll a bobile wallet if I would need one, but I do not need it and so at this it would only impact negatively the safety, without any actual benefit.

1 week ago

For Ethereum ERC-20 i am using My Ether Wallet. I am using it since 2016 and i haven't got any problem with that. There are many login options in MEW and i believe it is very safe unless you gşve some one your private keys! I only can say that about the problem is high transaction fees. For example yesterday i have send coin from MEW to the exchange and the transaction fee was 0.0025 ETH which is like $ 0.48. That was like $0.10 last year and i don't like this raise.. I also use MetaMask because lots of exchange ask for it, specially the decentralized ones.

For the bitcoin i was using Coin Space but their transaction fees went too high like $1.2 for each transaction.. So now i am keeping my Bitcoins in the exchanges wallet. I believe this is the best way to keep your Bitcoin..

1 week ago

Good afternoon, I'm a new user. I am still crawling about knowledge and how crypto coins work. Today I'm giving preference to coins that are worth little, with limited production and who are traded by trusted platforms.

I like the idea of ​​investing, I still worry about the volatility of the beads. What I don't like about platforms is that they don't bring a simple way for beginners, language translation and are not concerned with creating a conversation channel that simply clarifies doubts and ways to migrate from one wallet to another without Talk about the high rates.

1 week ago

mike dmann guru

I am excited about the future of all crypto currency.

I bought my trezor cause i like NIN! I kinda want a ledger.

i have to many erc wallets and godda keep track of them. We need one wallet to rule them all. Maybe there needs to be purse's, or fanny pack for cryptos. Change up the game.

1 week ago

Karen M guru

Oh bring on the man purse!

1 week ago

Jamie Haley new user

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  1. What wallet do you like the best and why?

 We currently use Ledger Nano s the most. It is great that you can store it offline like your own personal bank. Ledger live is easy to use with the manager and transitioning from different platform explorers that connect to the ledger for safe keeping of the coins and tokens not completely intergrated yet.

         2. What bothers you the most from current wallet usage?

Wallets should come up with a back up function to retrieve a wallet if you lost your seed. (For example, if your hard drive crashed, paper you had your seed was destroyed or you weren't able to write it down right away and thought you could retrieve it once the wallet was open) especially for newbies into the crypto space. You could retrieve your wallet with your email address and secret questions something like a bank would do. This would help alot of newbies and even veterens have mishaps.

      

1 week ago

Dev Ranjan guru

I mostly use Myetherwallet because most of the Cryptocurrency projects are based on Ethereum blockchain and I receive those Airdrops and tokens directly to this wallet.

Other wallets I prefer are Coinbase and Coinomi.

Coinbase: Because they are the most reputed in Cryptocurrency world with advanced security and an inbuilt option to earn crypto coins through earn.com

Coinomi : I think this is the best mobile app wallet to store your coins and tokens.  Easy to use UI, security, no. of supported coins and tokens, and faster transactions make this wallet a perfect one for mobile users.

1 week ago

Jon Bachanos new user

Currently, I use the Coinbase wallet for buying, selling and sending crypto currencies. However, I do not like the fact that you must wait 10 days to withdraw the bitcoin that you have purchased via your bank account from your wallet :(

1 week ago

stephen black expert

HI. I have a Ledger but i also use several wallets out of ease.

MyEthereumWallet (MEW) is my the one i use most. It only holds ETH but that is also the crpyto I prefer. I also space out my other cryptos in 2 other wallets, in case of an issue -- security or software.

The CoinBase wallet is a great one because of the simplicity from desktop to mobile. It handles a multitude of coins, so I am never at a loss for accepting any coins. I use it for BTC, BTH, ZEC, and some ETC transactions.

And the one I use the most, FreeWallet. It handles never every coin I'm ok with handling. It has no to very little fees for exchanging my coins from one to another so I am never missing a transaction.

As of yet, I have had no issues at all transaction or starage wise from any of these wallets.

1 week ago

I am using Ledger Nano S, a popular cryptocurrency hardware wallet that supports a wide variety of coins. It gives high security for my coins, via an easy to use interface.

The way hardware wallets achieve maximum security is by storing my private key and signing my Bitcoin transactions offline so someone trying to “hack” your wallet remotely won’t be able to do so. Hackfree wallet 100%

1 week ago

I've been rewiewing wallet apps for Android for about 3 years and have quite an aray of different ones that I keep on my phone. Each I use for different reasons like for their associated blockchains, airdrops, or interest rates, or to store specific crypto tokens and coins. Screenshot of the wallet apps on my phone

1 week ago

Karen M guru

How do you possibly keep track of what each wallet is used for with that many wallets. Kudo's to you!

1 week ago

De Gem guru

Cryptocurrency enthusiast, avid reader, rapper and SDG advocate.

I must say this is impressive!

1 week ago

I use lots of wallets, but I am a Mycelium user primarily due to being oldskool. I would appreciate it if wallets were user friendly and worked more like a personal bank. 

1 week ago

Zian Fahry

#Cryptocurency #Airdrop #bounty

when it comes to about a wallet where to store everything I have only a trusted and safe Metamask for me besides being safe Metamask is also a wallet that is easy and fast to use either to send or receive tokens apart from a metamask wallet I also use an atom wallet because in my opinion an atomic wallet is the best and also safe for me to make my place to trade even when I am on the road

1 week ago

Keenan Hastings new user

Currently, I'm using a Ledger wallet, I just think hardware makes sense as it's better to be safe than sorry. It can be a hassle at times, especially if I want to trade while on the go, but ultimately it makes me think deep and hard before I make any moves and a person like me needs that.

1 week ago

Diovanne Sagosoy expert

A SIMPLE TRADER

for me i i use trust wallet and enjin wallet its support lot token and coin

something that bothers me is what i lost my mnemonic phrase or i forgot the password i cant really retrieve it

1 week ago

Regardihg ETC-20 tokens, I use ledger with MEW. I prefer safety although it is sometimes impossible to transfer out sone tokens, as it mess up with contracts.

Regarding pc multi wallets,  I prefer wxodus. Eaaasy.

 

I Find complicated and tricky coinomi,  monarch, achain and ardor.

 

My nightmare is XPchain.

 

On mobile,as I find it really dangerous, I prefer trust,  IconX and Cobo as I they list many tokens. I put small amounts and I use exchange wallets additionally.

1 week ago

Yo Yo expert

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I like Metamask the best becsuse it's light as it's a browserplugin, it's multiplatform and supports a lot of Dapps. For some reason But it's mainly for some adresses to collect tokens. Safety is so awesome it becomes annoying. For some reason i need to import wallets every now and then and search and fill in each tokens contract again to see what i have. This is the only downside. It forgets too easy.

I like Coinbase. But mainly becausecthey give coins for free. Im against KYC, this goes in to everything Satoshi&co started these coins, besides, many of these startups, do called projects have 0 knowledge how to protect their servers and you can expect identity theft sooner or later because the many hacks and leaks. I walk away from ICO's or airdrops when i see the letters KYC. Especially when their white paper promises safety and anonymity. But i was still green when i started my Coinbase wallet and i think the are most trustworthy.

Most of my coins are staked. Celcius wallet is one of them, they give nice interest on your coins. Check link for info. https://celsiusnetwork.app.link/156925e4be>

 

 

1 week ago

1. Coinomi 

2. Trust - Erc20

3. Metamask - You know what this is

1 week ago

Erren Seyrek new user

1. If you join airdrops, you have to use many wallets. I am using Trust, Mew, Metamask, Tronwallet, exchange's wallet. My Ethereum Wallet (MEW) is the best wallet for based ERC20. And it is safe if you keep your UTC files in security place in your device or if you dont forget the password :D And Metamask is good too. If you use Google Chrome you can add to your browser Metamask addition. And you can connect DDEX exchange with your metamask addition. And you can see the price of some tokens if they even are not at coinmarketcap. And Trust Wallet's app is good for mobile.

2.  Time is important. If the transaction is slowly, it is really bothering me. And some security things bother me. For example to choose 2fa or SMS should be an option as Binance. And if i connect from my device i have to choose this. Everytime we enter codes. We enter our website password then 2fa code then sometimes we confirm our device after we trade we enter the code and then confirm the mail bla bla bla. It is really long way to send. It must be more easily 

2 weeks ago

Yo Yo expert

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Metamask has browser plugins for Mozilla Firefox, both mobile and desktop browser. Works great when joining a Dapp on mobile that needs to be linked with metamask.

1 week ago

Vladimir Tolete new user

1. I am using 2 wallets: coins.ph is my 1st wallet. However, I can only use it for BTC, ETH, BCH and XRP. My 2nd wallet is Atomic Wallet which I mainly use to keep DGB.

2. Aside from the limited cryptocurrencies available in coins.ph, the spread is too big between the buy and sell amounts. Also, there is no transparency on the fees charged per buy and sell transaction. For the Atomic Wallet, my primary concern is the minimum amount needed to convert from one currency to another.

2 weeks ago

De Gem guru

Cryptocurrency enthusiast, avid reader, rapper and SDG advocate.

1. What wallet do you like the best and why?

I must say I my most favorite wallets are the Blockchain wallet and Metamask. Blockchain was the first wallet I used and it was the first cryptocurrency wallet to introduce me to the swap function. Unlike an exchange, the fees incurred when swapping are very low and swapping can be done for four cryptocurrencies namely Bitcoin, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash and Stellar. Blockchain was the first wallet to give me an "airdrop" experience. Just for having the wallet, 222 stellar lumens (worth $25 around that time) were airdropped into my wallet free of charge just because of a partnership between Blockchain and the Stellar network. To verify if the lumens were even authentic, I decided to withdraw everything into my exchange account and the withdrawal was successful. I credit all my basic knowledge of cryptocurrency deposits and withdrawals to my Blockchain wallet.

Metamask was the first ether-based multicurrency wallet I discovered. What I like best about it is the feature that allows you to add new token/coin contract addresses in order to deposit or withdraw new coins/tokens. This is very good if you partake in lots of bounties and airdrops as all your coins/tokens will be kep in one place. Also, it is very easy to use as it functions as an extension and incorporates into chrome seamlessly.

2. What bothers you the most from current wallet usage?

Bockchain is limited in its usage because it supports only 4 cyptocurrencies. If contract addresses of different coins/tokens could be added just like Metamask, it would be a very complete wallet in my opinion. My Magnum wallet supports a lot of cryptocurrencies and is also easy to use but isn't as seamless as Metamask. After adding new coins/token addresses, you would have to search for it the next time you login. Metamask seems complete in my opinion, though I haven't tried adding the Bitcoin contract address to it.

 

2 weeks ago

1. I like Atomic wallet. But it does not have the ability to stack IOST, for this I use TokenPocket. Not a bad wallet either.

2. Most of all, I'm afraid of losing access to the wallet and my assets. It’s just like paranoia. Every time I enter a password I think: "what if I forgot it?" )))

Regards.

2 weeks ago

1. The wallet I like and use the most is blockchain. It is easy to use and has very low transfer fee and also very secured.

2. What bothers me most is that it doesn't support erc 20 tokens.

but it's still my most frequent used, followed my metamask.

2 weeks ago

Rui Crypto expert

1- Token Pocket is the wallet that I prefere, it´s simple to use and support multi-chain. Fast, secure and descentralyzed.

2- It does not support some major currencies yet, which requires me to have several wallets, there are already solutions to communicate between blockchains and I expect to see more and more wallets offering a solution integrated with the main blockchains and I sure hope Tocken Pocket do it soon.

2 weeks ago

yehia tarek expert

Full stack Blockchain developer Looking for new Challenges

What wallet do you like the best and why?
1- MetaMask : Easy for Development purposes (easy to use fake networks like loclahost,ropsten) and of course using Main network it's easy for multitasking.
2-MyEtherWallet: 1-Easy to transfer it to cold storage. 2-Created By Etherum 3- It give me the impression that it's the safest wallet using it with etherscan for all large amount of crypto.
What bothers you the most from current wallet usage?
I see a lot of wallet's give their users a lot of features. I don't like that in my opinion all wallets must be totally secure just like  safe and you could add other separated tools for send/receive , see other cryptocurrency  prices or whatever. In Conclusion, The most important think is to make your wallet supper secure and impossible to access it without a private key. a lot of feature with wallet may be a cause of attack or cause of lose of confidence. 
 

2 weeks ago

1. Nano ledger. Having a hardware wallet beats any other wallet. it gives the best storage for consumer grade individual

 

2. the backup passphrase. it can be stolen, lost or destroyed. because of this additional SOP is needed for storing passphrase

2 weeks ago

I have been using trust wallet for erc20.  I don't really have that much crypto and don't really feel it is all that secure.

Various high Tek surveillance can get your seed phrase.  Software wallet is probably much less secure than a hardware wallet 

2 weeks ago

Yo Yo expert

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How to get seed with software when you write it down?

1 week ago

Nuno Caeiro expert

I’m software developer/team leader for 15+ years

1. Trust wallet. Easy to use. Multi con and token

2. Handling addresses. It’s still very complicated and easy to get the wrong one. For non-tech people is even harder to start with.

2 weeks ago

Yo Yo expert

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Yes adresses still suck. But there are wallets that work with rmail adresses as send adress. Freewallet is one. Supports many tokens and coins.

1 week ago

dr dent18 expert

I use metamask for desktop. Ease of use. On android i use trust wallet and nexo wallet. One is for dex and other pays interest. Too many wallets is the problem. Need inbuilt exchange and dapp centre.

2 weeks ago

  1. What wallet do you like the best and why?

For now, I like coinbase. Mainly because of the ease of use and it seems to be a popular one and relatively safe. I also have very very VERY little crypto at the moment, so I am not too worried about safety. If I ever have more than 100USD in crypto, I'll look into and invest and investigate in a hard wallet

  1. What bothers you the most from current wallet usage?

In general, how easy it is to mistake an address and lose money. More specific for me; how many different ones there are, how so many people are so personally attached to one or the other, and how you cannot trust anything you read online about anything. You don't know if it was written by a competitor, if it is really bad, or if it might be good now but had problems in the past, or if there were problems in the past, but Google has buried those articles long since... Not just wallets, any and all kinds of information Crypto-related is difficult to verify for the beginner. 

2 weeks ago

Yo Yo expert

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https://coinbase.com/earn/eos/invite/25wvq8rn

1 week ago

Doesn't work for everybody and there is a waiting list.

1 week ago

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Baitullah Ali expert

1. Metamask

2. because I love the simplicity of metamask, I can send or receive ETH without any problem. in metamask you can set gas fee manually or automatically. This is will be easy to use for someone that first time uses metamask.

2 weeks ago

Sara Spahic new user

I do not own many different cryptocurrencies so I use only two wallets which suit my needs.

1) BRD - I use it on my phone for most of my cryptos and as my portfolio is not too diverse it is enough for me. I installed it since it was one of the more recommend ones online. The interface is really simple and transactions are easy and convenient. However it oftens stops unexpectedly and the fees are quite high so I am considering changing it.

2) BlockEQ - I use it on my desktop since I need to perform XLM microtransactions often and this wallet is convenient for that. I have no complaints as it has served me well so far. With this wallet you can also participate in the inflation pool for XLM which is a nice bonus.

 

2 weeks ago

Yo Yo expert

Don't forget to use your upvotes. You will earn from that too.

I lost my BRD paperkey unfortunately. Gotta make a new one since i noticed they do some give aways lately. correct me if im not right?

1 week ago

Sara Spahic new user

Yes you are right, there was a big giveaway recently. However, I think the chance of winning is so low that it's not worth it. I think they were giving only one prize and all users were entered in the competition if I remember correctly. There are so many better projects in my opinion to choose from and I already withdrew my funds in between writing the previous comment and now.

1 week ago

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Am still very new at this whole cryptocurrency and I don't have any wallet that am currently using but I will like to know which wallet will the really nice to use i.e the one with easy navigation 

2 weeks ago

Best wallet to use include:
1. For simple use >> blockchain.
2. For multi use (erc token usage) >> metamask.
3. For exchange >> binance.
these are the ones I find very interesting though.

2 weeks ago

NARUTO RAPHEAL guru

I am a Mechanical Engineer with expertise in power and Mecha-tronics. An Entrepreneur

very good suggestions.

1 week ago

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1. I use mainly Web/browser Extension Wallets, Mobile Wallets, and also I hold my crypto in an exchange. I can easily view them and use them as will, even when i am on the go. Also, holding them in exchange enable me transact with easily.

2. Security, Ease of access, and commission being charge for using their service.

2 weeks ago

I use Coinomi Wallet but I have exported it to enjin and ellipal. The reason being enjin gives me prices of most of my assets. Ellipal supports TRX which the others don't. I also use a eternity and metamask.

 

I love them.

2 weeks ago

Dev Ranjan guru

I am using Coinomi right now, but previously I was using Enjin too. I was not aware that Enjin shows price too. I will definitely try Enjin once again.

1 week ago

Karen M guru

I filled out the survey. I currently use Trust wallet as recommended by someone on crowdholding. I did download the aeternity wallet from a previous task, and if crowdholding integrates with AE, that's most likely what I will use. I don't have enough wallet usage/experience to say which wallet is better. What bothers me the most is that all exchanges/wallets are not compatible. It gets confusing and sometimes overwhelming when we are asked to download/create one more for tasks.

2 weeks ago

1) Paytomat mobile wallet is the most convenient solution for me due to its localization and advanced functionality. I can convert crypto into a local currency (UAH) right inside the wallet. Besided, I can buy crypto through the wallet without having to go to exchanges. The only thing needed to buy various cryptocurrencies is just to add your credit card to the wallet’s payment options. In addition, it is possible to convert one crypto to another in the wallet. A simple and user-friendly interface, quite advanced security features, and fast work also add attractiveness to this wallet.

2) Metamask – I use it once the wallet is a by-default extension for many browser-based crypto applications.

3) Crypterium – a new mobile wallet which offers the first global debit card in crypto. In fact, I installed it just to order the card. I have no experience of using it, but the promise in the card would make it a must-have payment solution. The possibility to withdraw cash from ATMs all over 170 Countries using a crypto-backed card is what I was looking for over many years.

2 weeks ago

That last one sounds interesting. I don't know if there is a referral link, but I think I want to check it out anyway, so if you have a link, let me know and I'll use it.

2 weeks ago

Fred Blauer guru

Open for business

I filled out the survey. I use metamask mostly for lending on defi platforms like compound or fulcrum. It works well for me and is pretty convenient. I am using the chrome extension, so I am not sure if there is a security issue. But I prefer it to a hardware wallet. 

2 weeks ago

Among the personal wallets, Metamask is the best, I think, because there is no danger to be hacked due to using the Chrome extension on my personal computer.
I had two personal wallets using MyEtherWallet in the past, but unfortunately both were hacked and I found out that MyEtherwallet is no longer safe.
And I like app wallets like Bitberry and Eunjin, which is very safe and many convenient function inside.

The bothering thing of cryptocurrency wallet is not familiar to users with some complicated steps including checking Password, OTP and IP address. Regarding my favorite wallet Metamask, I can not access my account from a mobile phone. Anyway, all wallets related cryptocurrency are still not perfect in safety and easy access. inconveniences.

2 weeks ago

Dean Walsh guru

Don't listen to me because of who I am, I'm nobody like everone else.

I actually like the experience of using Desktop wallet the best, but I don't really use them any more just because they aren't appropriate for what I do. Now I mainly use Ethereum for Dapps on my desktop / laptop so I use MetaMask because its just way easier than anything else, and for Bitcoin most of my transactions are on my phone. I like blockchain for that because when sending to another blockchain wallet it gets confirmed instantly.

What bothers me most isn't really the wallets' fault - its unwieldy crypto addresses. This is especially annoying when I get an address on my phone but I want to send from my desktop or something like that, and I have to go through some annoying process of sending myself the address because I can't just read it and type it in

2 weeks ago