Hardware Wallet Comparisons:
Get Started on Coinbase:
Boost your security with a Ledger Nano X:
A deep dive in to different types of crypto wallets, from exchanges like coinbase, crypto.com, binance and kraken, scams (cloud token wallet, plus token, stakedwallet) light wallets (software wallets like coinomi, jaxx, exodus, myetherwallet, edge, electrum) hardware wallets (ledger, trezor, keepkey, coldcard) and full nodes… (bitcoin core) Looking at what it means to control your own keys, to be able to verify your own balance. What are you taking responsibility for and what are you trusting someone else with? (To what extent are you prepared to be your own bank) Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, etc, are hard. Avoid the scams, stay safe, stay secure.
If you are new to Crypto, my suggestion is that you start with buying ~$150 worth of Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin @ Coinbase and get familiar with storing it, moving it around, etc.
For Trading, just start with Binance:
By sticking with large, reputable exchanges for your first purchase (Coinbase) and first trade (Binance) you can avoid getting scammed right at the start by purchasing a non-existing coin off a scammy exchange. (You would be surprised how many people fall into this trap)
Don’t have a hardware wallet?
Be safe and buy them direct from the manufacturer. (Not just through some random on eBay, Amazon, etc)
Get a Ledger:
(If you are just starting out, I would just recommend a Ledger Nano S)
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