Posted by David True on
Many owners of cryptocurrency prefer to control their own private keys and store them in a secure method, away from internet connected devices or prying eyes. Cryptocurrency exchanges also store large portions of customer holdings in offline wallets (cold storage), usually only keeping an amount on the server wallet to cover exchange operations (e.g. customer withdrawals).
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