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Crypto wallets that will improve trading

by John M.April 1, 2018

Relatively new, cryptocurrency technology and the underpinning blockchain already command a fair bit of the market out there. You will be pleased to know that despite the oncoming rush of regulatory measures, there is quite a few that could be done to see these digital assets be used in full and in a meaningful way. You will be satisfied to know that the launch of decentralized stock exchanges will actually lead to the creation of more viable trading ground for everyone who shows even a modicum of interest in cryptocurrencies.

As crypto currencies still lack a foothold in the mainstream, the establishment of well-regulated exchanges will go a long way to advance the cause of digital money in general. Some may argue that cryptocurrencies already have storage places, such as wallets that are linked to specific exchanges. However, trading between a variety of wallets is still a rather complicated process that substantially slows down the progress of crypto adoption.

So how to save ourselves some trouble?

 

In a word, crypto wallets may be a bit restricting when it comes to trading a full-blown currency. For this reason alone, people out there are now trying to provide users with solutions. People is not the exact word. There are entire companies, such as newly-fledged start-ups, that are now vying for a fair share of the market, and hoping to bring about the next big thing in business. However, how does one go about solving crypto users and ridding the whole process of its peculiarities?

The central point of any future progress it the creation of multisig wallets, which will allow users to be safe and also trade between different cryptocurrencies without having to worry too much. Nevertheless, even a multisig wallet can get robbed, can it?

In theory, you can be robbed do what you may. There are ways to access your cold storage devices, although some of them would necessitate the perpetrators to physically violate your cold storage flash drive, for example.

However, the likelihood of this happening is miniscule, unless you are particularly careful with it. Banks can still help you to save your key or even a piece of paper would do if you can conscientiously protect your slip of paper being stolen.

Your contributor has been keeping all his keys and passwords saved on a sheet of paper at a bank deposit and relied on his memory to carry out all his operations. Naturally, you can do equally well with a home deposit box. Nevertheless, we digress.

The point of having a reliable wallet is paramount and one that is both secure and allows operation between multiple currencies is a great way to build a promising future for the whole of cryptocurrencies in general.

new habits about how you treat money. With decentralization and anonymity comes the personal responsibility of keeping your data safe. You will be the ultimate user who will say how their personal data is used.

This creates an interesting new way to do banking transactions. Costs will fall, but with that you will have to sort out your banking mess on your own. However, the good thing of cryptocurrencies is that the likelihood of anyone actually accessing your things is miniscule.

Even then, cryptocurrencies will drastically reshape how we think about banking. With no financial institution to actually have access to our money, there is no-one to blame if things go awry.

On the plus side, if users stick to common practices and comply with regulation, patchy as it is in their country, chances are, you will not fall foul of any legislation out there. Not only that, but the sound thinking of someone who knows that he will not be rich overnight is also another contributing factor to the future well-being of your crypto bank account.

Decentralized exchanges will facilitate transfers, however, they will have to comply with established practices for regulating the whole sector. Money laundering is an increasing concern among everyone who owns cryptocurrencies.

Regulatory bodies are now firmly looking into the future of digital money and they want to ensure that they can use this in a meaningful way. For the time being, cryptocurrencies are just a property. Something people own without actually being able to use it as an exchange token.

The introduction of new wallets will definitely help bolster confidence in the sector and will aid the propagation of further development of cryptocurrencies as FIAT money. However, crypto will never equal FIAT, and this is an inherent difference that everyone needs to realise.

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