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How to set up a Bitcoin Cash wallet. How often do you have difficulty setting them up?

We’ve recently observed Bitcoin (BTC) forks. In these terms, Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is one of the most successful Bitcoin’s splits that continues to gain popularity and attract new users. Being on the market for two years, Bitcoin Cash enables a larger block size (8MB), and, consequently, can handle up to 116 transactions per second. 

More about Bitcoin Cash (BCH) cryptocurrency.

Due to this fact, some users may prefer the BCH network over Bitcoin. But how to set up a Bitcoin Cash wallet for safe and secure storage? We are going to provide a comprehensive guide on different types of BCH wallets. Get on board!

Find out all about Bitcoin Cash (BCH) future for the next five years. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Software Wallets

Software wallets can be installed on your computer (a desktop, a web wallet) or mobile devices. Please note that each wallet you trust your funds with, is required for in-depth research. We also kindly remind you to store your private keys safely and not to share them with anyone.  

Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Desktop Wallets 

Exodus provides an efficient and convenient desktop wallet that stores BCH coins in a cold manner (offline). 

Desktop wallets are more difficult to hack than a mobile or browser wallet. Yet, every time you want to put your assets into a particular wallet, it is vital to do some check-ups: research the history of a wallet, check up the latest updates in changelogs or on GitHub, read the reviews (especially the negative ones), pay attention to the social networks (they should provide the latest posts). 

Electron Cash offers a BCH desktop wallet available for Linux, Windows, and macOS. It is an SPV wallet (Simplified Payment Verification) that doesn’t require a full node downloading.

According to the Electron Cash definition of SPV, this method allows a wallet to provide strong security without the need to download the blockchain or run a full node. SPV lets you validate your transactions by e...

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