Crypto Wallets I Use

It’s Easy To Ues These Crypto Wallets

 

Make Sure You Use An G-mail Account. Once You White list An E-mail It Is Less Likely To End Up In Your Spam Folder

Coinpot is a Micro-Wallet that you can use and you will be able to start collecting right away…just sign-up and confirm your e-mail: https:
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CoinBase is not only a wallet but to an extent you can exchange, sell or trade Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash,Litecoin and Ethereum. They offer a $10 referral for referring others. You will have to go thru a process much like PayPal, you will need to link it to your brick and mortar bank, that will take 5-7 business days. Once it is done you can buy, sell or trade crypto currencies that I have listed above:

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FaucetHub is a Micro-Wallet that I use to collect crypto currency from faucets. It is not a true crypto wallet though, You have to link your existing crypto wallets to their site, once you do you can collect free crypto from around 1500-2000 free faucets. The withdraw thresh hold id 0.01 for any currency that you collect. Although the withdraw is high compared to others I still would recommend becoming a member and linking your wallets to them so that you can access more free crypto:

Coinpayments is the payment processor/wallet I use for my products I sell and buy. They have crypto currencies I have not even heard of. You can easily transfer your crypto to and from your Trezzor  Crypto Currency wallet:

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