20 Rules for Security in bitcoin
Here’s a short list of common sense Rules, to use and implement for a better Security while using bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
In the hopes that they are quite self-explanatory Rules, please do try for your own good and your assets, to follow them…
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask in the comments.
- Keep your private keys safe and secure, and never share them with anyone.
- Use a hardware wallet to store your bitcoins offline and away from potential hackers.
- Use a strong and unique password for your wallet and any exchange account.
- Be wary of phishing attempts and never click on links from unknown sources.
- Use multi-factor authentication (MFA) whenever possible to secure your accounts.
- Use a different password for each account and change them frequently.
- Avoid using public Wi-Fi networks for sensitive transactions.
- Keep your computer and mobile devices secure with updated antivirus and anti-malware software.
- Use a separate address for each transaction, and avoid reusing addresses.
- Verify the authenticity of any website or service you use for Bitcoin transactions.
- Use a reputable and secure Bitcoin exchange or wallet service.
- Use a hardware token or other secure means of 2FA, avoid using SMS.
- Be mindful of social engineering and do not reveal personal information to unknown parties
- Use a unique email address and phone number for every exchange account.
- Keep a copy of your private key, Seed Phrase or wallet recovery phrase in a safe place.
- Be skeptical of unsolicited offers, promotions or services.
- Learn about the security features of your wallet and use them.
- Do not leave your funds on exchange for long time.
- Educate yourself about the risks of using Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
- Regularly monitor your accounts and transactions for suspicious activity.
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