• There are three options for storing our cryptocurrencies
  • Cryptocurrency Portfolio (Medium Security — High)
  • Cryptocurrency Markets (Medium-Low Security)
  • Physical Cryptocurrency Portfolio (Maximum Security)

Option to Cryptocurrency Portfolio (Medium Security — High)

A decentralized wallet allows you to store our cryptocurrencies securely on any mobile device.

Features:

  • Safety: Medium-High. It is a decentralized portfolio, which allows the management of cryptocurrencies without intermediaries. The user is responsible for their funds. The theft or loss of the private key means the loss of control over the funds.
  • Anonymity: Funds can be kept anonymously, i.e. identity is not associated with the Bitcoin or Ethereum address of the wallet.

OPTION B Cryptocurrency Markets (Medium-Low Security)

A cryptocurrency market is a web cryptocurrency exchange platform.

Features:

  • Safety: Medium-Low. It's a centralized portfolio. The cryptocurrency market acts as an intermediary. The cryptocurrency market is responsible for the funds. A security breach in the cryptocurrency market can lead to the total loss of its users' funds.
  • Anonymity: The cryptocurrency portfolio funds is associated with the Bitcoin or Ethereum address of the wallet.

OPTION C Physical Cryptocurrency Portfolio (Maximum Security)

They are physical devices that have a technology that does not allow you to use them without authenticating us with a PIN and a control password. If they break or lose them, it is possible to restore them with a specific word combination that we receive with our physical wallet. The fundamental advantage is that total control over that private key and therefore over the cryptocurrencies we store (and protect) thanks to it. These types of wallets are the ones that provide greater security, and are ideal for storing cryptocurrencies in the medium and long term.

Features:

  • Security: Very High. It is a decentralized portfolio, which allows the management of cryptocurrencies without intermediaries. The user is responsible for their funds. The theft or loss of the private key means the loss of control over the funds.
  • Anonymity: Funds can be kept anonymously, i.e. identity is not associated with the Bitcoin or Ethereum address of the wallet.