Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by MRA, Feb 4, 2019.
I've used them but I took my crypto offline. Leaving crypto in one of the exchanges is playing with fire.
I had crypto with them, but after changing cell phones I could no longer access my account. Nothing worked. Security questions, secret code that was downloaded at the beginning, nothing. Fortunately I had emptied the account.
Boots, how do you not leave it in crypto? For example right now I have a little bit of money (was 450 when I bought it, now at a little less than 250 so I'm sitting on it) in NDAX. What do you do if you want to buy or sell, or in my case, convert it into payment for internet purchases?
I transferred my coins to my digital wallet. I'm holding my own bag versus an exchange holding it for me.
I figured as much - the whole wallet concept throws me off a bit. I assume you'd have to maintain a few wallet backups. In the event you wanted to use your coin for some purpose, how do you transfer them to another party?
I use the wallet Exodus:
I really don't think the guy is dead.
I had maybe $100 left in bitcoin gold from one of the splits, the rest is on my Trezor.
His wife is setup nice
Be interesting to see if she can keep it
If there are separate legal entities involved, I don't see why not.