This has been an interesting couple of days. Doge has been rising steadily in price. At the time of me writing this, it isa at . I got a chance to step back with a friend who wanted some Doge – I bet she isn’t the only one out there, so let’s talk briefly about about wallets.
Super briefly, actually, I have a very busy day today. So no more faffing.
- Ledger: This one is not free (con) but it is super-secure (pro) and pretty easy to use. Your private keys are yours, not stored on a server in AWS where hackers will try their hardest to get them and steal yo’ shit. This is truly the best option and the most secure. Ledger is where I store my own Doge and I have been for a while. I looked a their site and right now they have a “starter kit“. If you pay for one, which is $69 bucks, you also get:
This pack contains a selection of everything you will need to start off on the right foot. Including a Ledger Nano S, a beginner’s guide in PDF format with ultimate tips and tricks, and a 25$ voucher -mailed 14 days after purchase- for you to buy your favorite crypto!
3. I will do a review of mobile wallets and post this soon. Right now I have some other things I have to take care of … but you can’t go wrong storing much doge in such wallets for now.