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Culttoday:
Even if it's scrawled on a scrap of paper from your notebook, any public and private key pair can be used as a crypto wallet. However, it is no longer recommended to use paper wallets as a secure crypto storing technique, especially for large amounts of money. As a result, you could want to construct one for fun, curiosity, or as a present. Many people advise merely putting a modest amount of money in a paper wallet, such as $1 or less. You could even make a wallet with nothing in it and still reap the benefits.

sara.holt:
Although there are ways to manually generate a private key, the vast majority of paper wallet creators use a private key generator. Once a private and public key have been created, you are able to print a paper wallet, which because it’s not online doubles as a cold storage wallet. This will include the public and private key you’ve generated, usually as both a string of characters and QR codes.
[/size]Anyone with a paper wallet’s public key can send crypto to it as often as they like. Using the corresponding private key, you can move the crypto balance of the paper wallet into a software wallet. This transfers the funds to a new private key on your software wallet.

AnastasiaSin:
It seems to me that each type of wallet has its pros and cons, and it seems to me that keeping all your money in only one place is stupid, so I have a certain percentage of assets on an electronic wallet and in a paper one

reecerispoli:

--- Quote from: innate on February 08, 2018, 07:11:03 AM ---Thanks for giving information, I truly appreciate your knowledge.

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Thanks for sharing this

Pink dream:
I'll take a note. This information will definitely come in handy

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