Forbes Foundations | Keep your bitcoins in a safe place

about four million of people in Spain use or own cryptocurrencies, according to Statista. However, while the percentage is staggering at 9% of the population, most users risk their crypto assets by not properly protecting them.

As noted by Uxío Fraga, the company’s CEO Material Bitcoin, it is money outside the traditional system that is not kept in banks and that is not confiscated, precisely for this reason it has become an excellent way to diversify asset protection: “it is a real financial salvation”. However, Fraga points out that cryptocurrencies are not secure on most platforms, and in fact, he explains, they can be hacked or stolen.


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