Exodus Wallet

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Why I Love The Eẋodus Wall𝙚t

One of the very first things you’ll want to do when you get some Dash is choose a wallet. There are many different wallets to choose from, but I will tell you why I love using the Eẋodus Wall𝙚t.

The first reason I like Exodus: it’s super easy to use.

When you’re just starting out and maybe have never even sent Bitcoin, Dash or any other digital currency to anyone, you need the first steps to be as easy and straightforward as possible. Everyone who uses the Exodus wallet seems to agree: it’s super easy to use.

Your private keys are not stored in a server.

You hold the keys to your wallet and your password is not saved in an Exodus server. This means that you’re the only one who controls the keys to your account. This also means that you have to be vigilant about security on your computer. Exodus is a great beginner wallet but it’s not the absolute safest option. Offline wallets like Trezor are much safer if you’re going to hold large amounts of money. Exodus is a good wallet in which to keep small amounts of digital currency. Go here to learn more about your private keys in Exodus.

You can keep and exchange many different currencies directly in it.

You can hold and send Bitcoin, Dash, Ethereum, Litecoin and Dogecoin in your Eẋodus Wall𝙚t. I heard they may be adding more soon. Be advised you can’t exchange US Dollars or Euros in Exodus. It’s only made for digital currencies. But you can exchange different coins right within Exodus.

For example, let’s say your friend sent you some Bitcoin. You want to convert it to Dash. You can convert Bitcoin to Dash right within Exodus. This will incur a small fee, but the upside is that you don’t have to create a different account on an exchange. You can do the conversion without even having to leave Exodus. Exodus has partnered with ShapeShift to make the exchanges happen behind the scenes. I have used ShapeShift a few times and it has worked well for me. If you need more details about the exchange process, go to the support page for Exodus.

The founders of Exodus are very responsive in handling customer issues.

I’ve read through many Exodus customer reviews and I was surprised to learn that the creators of Exodus have helped resolve customer issues themselves. Several reviews said the same thing about their responsiveness, so I feel very confident about trusting Exodus with my digital currency. They even supply a phone number to call in case you need help: 402–500–0805. Or you can contact them via email at support@exodus.io

I’m an artist and prefer my software to be aesthetically pleasing.

I don’t like ugly software programs. I’ve been using Apple products since the late 1990’s so I’m used to well-designed computer applications. It’s like once you’ve experienced good design, there’s no going back. Exodus was built by a programmer and designed by an artist. It’s the perfect combination. Technology without art is boring.

There are probably many more great wallets out there, but I’m happy with Exodus so far. My future wishlist for Exodus contains: 2FA and a mobile iOS app.