Just a reminder/PSA: As a crypto buyer, you’ve got to think of yourself as your own bank, which means you are also responsible for your own security. This may be obvious to many, but if you’re buying crypto it’s important to update your computer’s security to reflect its role as a place for financial exchange or storage.
Of course, using a hardwallet and limiting your crypto‘s time on exchanges is a big deal. Beyond that, using a VPN to maintain IP-address security is a good idea. If you keep your money on a hard wallet and off the web, the privacy of your physical location is important to divert attention from that sock drawer where you keep those precious tendies. You might even choose to get a security deposit box at the local post office for added security.
If you have money on exchanges, you should be even more vigilant with your web usage. Avoid public wifi routers and unsecured domains that could invite hackers into your digital space.
All-in-all, I’m sure I’m preaching to the choir. A secure crypto world goes a long way to continuing its adoption into the mainstream.