|This is how a bitcoin wallet address looks like|
As I have advised in my previous post the very first thing you need to set up for collecting bitcoin is a wallet address. There are so many wallet providers out there that are not trusted or sometimes collect fees for all transactions.
In this post, I will give you two of the bests! These are the wallets that I’ve been using since the very beginning.
Coins.ph – As you can see in its domain it has .ph so it means this is the best wallet for all Filipinos like me. Why? First of all, they have payment methods for most of the local banks, payment centers, and mobile payment modes that are being used in the Philippines. Second, the conversion of bitcoins can be Philippine Peso. That is why it’s not hard to convert from Bitcoin to USD then USD to PHP. Lastly, verifying details is very easy. You can also earn money with coins.ph. Find out how to fund your coins.ph account.
Xapo.com – This wallet provider is open to everyone. This is applicable for xapo faucets which ask for email addresses than wallet addresses. It also has wallet addresses. They also have debit cards that can be ordered for purchases in physical stores or groceries.
These sites are secured since it won’t allow anyone to log in to them unless they verified the code that is sent to the mobile number that you have confirmed.
The best thing about these two is that they don’t have transaction fees at all. (Except for the debit card of Xapo).
You can also earn with Coins.ph by referring your friends.
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