top of page
If you find this content harmful please report and out team will review it.
We believe in free speech. Anyone should be able to think and talk about whatever they want whenever they want for whatever reason they want.
We do not, however, have the right to harm the innocent. As such, we have included this report button which is to be used by our community to flag obscene content. Child Pornography, torture, and killing have no place in civil discourse. While we encourage you to discuss whether or not these activities are justified, displays of such harm will not be condoned. SPEAK about it, if you must, but do not share videos or images. Be vigilant, report, and our team will review and take appropriate action. All reports are anonymous.
Cryptocurrency and Wallets. I thought they were online exchanges. Are they safe? How does an investor protect their online investments that are in an exchange? This video will introduce you to the world of wallets and why you need to re-think keeping your Crypto Codes with the Exchange vs your own private wallet.
Most of the big cryptocurrency exchanges have good security programs. User-level protection such as two-factor authentication (2FA) is pretty standard. When you activate 2FA, you'll need to provide additional information whenever you log on, such as a code you receive by SMS.
But users should look for an exchange that will go the extra mile to keep their Bitcoin and other currencies safe. Here are three additional security measures to look for:
bottom of page