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.

  1. 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!

2. Trezor I admit, I don’t personally own one of these, but the premise is similar. You keep your stuff offline and out of the clutches of thieves by having an offline hardware wallet. This one seems to be a bit slicker in terms of user interface and I’ve heard nothing but good things by friends who have it.

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.