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Security is a key consideration when it comes to Bitcoin. Here’s how you can keep your Bitcoins safe from theft and hacking.

When you invest in Bitcoin, there isn’t just the worry that the price of Bitcoin will drop, but also the possibility that your Bitcoin will be stolen. Unlike traditional investments, there is very little insurance or other safety nets to protect investors in the case of a theft or hack. Recently, as Bitcoin prices have continued to rise, more and more creative methods are being employed to steal Bitcoins.

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How to buy Bitcoins safely?:

If you are new to Bitcoin, we recommend first reading our article about how to buy Bitcoins which includes a beginner’s guide to Bitcoin. Then, if you would like to spend your Bitcoins, it is now possible to get an anonymous ProtonMail email account with Bitcoin.

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So how do you prevent Bitcoin theft? Click here to find out how.

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