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10 Strategies to Safeguard Your Crypto Seed Phrase


As the cryptocurrency market continues to grow, it is important to ensure that your digital assets are secure. One of the most important steps to take is to protect your seed phrase. A seed phrase, also known as a recovery phrase or backup phrase, is a set of words that can be used to restore your wallet if it is lost or stolen. Here are 10 tips to help you secure your seed phrase and protect your crypto.

1. Write it down: The most important thing to do is to write down your seed phrase and store it in a safe place. Make sure to use a pen and paper, as digital copies can be easily hacked.

2. Store it securely: Once you have written down your seed phrase, make sure to store it in a secure location. Consider using a fireproof safe or a safety deposit box.

3. Don’t share it: Never share your seed phrase with anyone, even if they claim to be from your wallet provider.

4. Don’t store it online: Never store your seed phrase online, as this can be easily hacked.

5. Use a password manager: Consider using a password manager to store your seed phrase. This will help keep it secure and encrypted.

6. Use two-factor authentication: Make sure to enable two-factor authentication on your wallet. This will add an extra layer of security to your account.

7. Use a hardware wallet: Consider using a hardware wallet to store your seed phrase. This will help keep it secure and offline.

8. Use a cold storage wallet: Cold storage wallets are a great way to store your seed phrase securely. These wallets are not connected to the internet, so they are less vulnerable to hacking.

9. Use a paper wallet: Paper wallets are a great way to store your seed phrase securely. These wallets are printed on paper and can be stored in a safe place.

10. Use a secure messaging app: Consider using a secure messaging app to store your seed phrase. This will help keep it secure and encrypted.

By following these tips, you can ensure that your seed phrase is secure and your crypto is protected. Remember, your seed phrase is the key to your wallet, so it is important to take the necessary steps to keep it safe.

47 thoughts on “10 Strategies to Safeguard Your Crypto Seed Phrase”

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  2. Even if you think you will never fall to those scams online and you’re just too smart for it, still be secure as possible. Don’t be lazy and dedicate 30 mins of your time for your security. We’re all humans and we all do mistakes, it’s better to be safe than sorry.

  3. You could pin this to the sub, or post it five times a day, and you’ll still have a weekly post saying “wallet got drained, is my crypto gone?”, with OP saying that his seed phrase was stored on his Notes app or something similar

  4. Never buy cold wallets from 3rd party resellers because they might be compromised. Also never use a prewritten set of 24 seed phrase words on a piece of paper you might find in the box of a cold wallet. That’s a 100% sign that it is a scam.

    I would also add that I prefer open source cold wallets.

  5. Don’t get too creative is the big one. You always hear about people that decide to split their seed phrase into three parts and hide them in three separate locations. Keep it simple stupid!

  6. Newbies to crypto are really naive when it comes to seed phrases. I’ve come across more than one collectible avatar user since gen 1 who lost the ability to sell their stuff because they uninstalled the Reddit app without making a note of the vault phrase. They thought they could just reinstall the app, login with their Reddit username/password and everything would be as it was before.

  7. 1 write my Reddit seed phrase on a paper and I leave it in the desk, 1 or 2 month after I found that paper on the table with grocery list on it for my wife 🤦 .

    Don’t be me hide it better

  8. Write them down and put them out of order but an order u can remember. 1-12 with like your ss number starting for example. That way you can keep them physically but if found won’t work either


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