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- Don’t keep your cryptocurrency on an exchange for a prolonged period or longer than necessary.
- Always enable two-factor authentication (2FA) function when asked, and make sure you save your passwords offline.
- If you go for a hardware wallet, choose a pin code which is hard to guess, and never put your 12-24 word recovery seed phrase online. Write them down on paper, add them to a USB Stick in text file or use a steel wallet.
- Trust only what you see on your hardware wallet screen and verify all the information on the device.
- Always assume that your devices can get compromised anytime, so always treat your computer or smartphone screen with caution.
- Be Aware Of Phishing Sites. Whether you’re connecting to exchange or online wallet, confirm that you’re logging in to the right address. Many bogus websites imitate exchanges for the sole purpose of stealing your login data. Always check whether the website address is correct.
- Login only to secure websites with a valid HTTPS certificate. Most legit sites have one (we do too!). For extra safety, try browser plugins like “HTTPS Everywhere.”
- Use a Secure Wi-Fi Connection. Never connect to your online wallet, exchange account or another critical security point via public WiFi. Even when you’re at a presumably safe place, make sure your WiFi access point uses strong encryption like WPA-2 protocol.
- Separate Your Funds. Don’t keep all your crypto assets in one place. The best way to handle it is by using one or several cold storages for long-term holdings, and at least one hot wallet for trading and transactions.
- Two-factor Authentication. Always secure your accounts with 2FA. Whenever possible, use software or hardware 2FA instruments rather than SMS.