Not Your Keys, Not Your Coins

You do not control your crypto if it is on an exchange and they get hacked. Opt for a cold wallet like a paper wallet, Trezor, Ledger Nano S.

Secure Your PC

Your antivirus mist be up to date and of quality. Remember to schedule scans and update your software. It only takes one flaw to see your hacked. Total protection from Mcaffee.com is a step in the right direction.

Dedicated Crypto PC

Avoid doing crypto related activities on your personal PC. Move to a dedicated PC that is never used for email, browsing or personal use. You can now by small basic laptop for under $200.

Password Creative

Start sprucing up your passwords to include randon characters instead of memorable words and numbers. For your strong, hard-to-break password, beed up the length. Use a password manage like LastPass and always use Two Factor Authentication (2FA).

Backup Your Data

You wouldn’t store your life savings on your back pocket so don’t store it in your phone. It is not secret that 90% of mobile wallets have vulnerabilities but consider also that your phone could get stolen.

Stop Clicking

One third of all home computers are infested with malware according to Panda Labs. If you don’t want to lose your shirt to a scammer save your legitimate URL’s as bookmarks, think twice about clicking a suspicious link and check EtherScanDB for their list of scam site.

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