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LucasWilson

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Hi everyone☺️

My name is Lucas, and currently I’m working as an intern in a small IT company, where new day, new task – a challenge for me and a growth chance as a specialist. This days we are develping online healthcare booking service based on blockchain for indian company. Our company decided to build platform on Ethereum protocol and head of my department gave me a task to find a wallet. Honestly, I'm in this field only 2 months and I'm not confident making first steps without support and feedback.

I did a research and I got lost in number of existed wallets. For instance, I picked this 2 link that seemed to me  well explained:

https://coinsutra.com/best-etherum-wallets/

https://pixelplex.io/blog/best-ethereum-wallets/

First question: for launching such project cold wallets are not suitable?

Second: from lists of this "best wallets" what have u used and what your opinion?

Third: I'm also considering to implement wallet that has browser extension and integration with mobile apps. What do u think about Guarda and Metamask?

The main trait of wallet we are looking for - usage convinience for client in work with wallet. 

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I think the best options will always be a hardware wallet like Ledger or Trezor, I've seen more and more software integrations with the Ledger and Trezor over the years. Secondly, I would choose a mobile wallet on either Android or Apple. The reason for this is these ecosystems have some quality control and security standards for apps they allow in their App Stores. Desktop wallets are a bit more riskier because anyone can create a crypto wallet and allow anyone to download, install and use the wallet. Unless you do your own research you will never know if these desktop wallets are malware or safe. Paper wallets are good but only to store your crypto for long periods of time, but a safer option is the "cold steel" type wallets which are made of hard metal.

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To consider GateHub has brought Ether trading to the ripple coin via a fifth Gateway process. Some of the advantages include:

Direct trade against USD, EUR, CNY, etc.
High quality with 24 hours uptime of ripple network
It’s a click and access process if you already hold the GateHub account
Many ways to sell unavailable giveaways from one to another network.
Easy to place claims, since all the dealers are put on-ledger

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