Where to store your LBY?

A cryptocurrency wallet is a tool that lets you store and manage your LBY and other cryptocurrencies.



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A cryptocurrency wallet is a tool that lets you store and manage your LBY and other cryptocurrencies. Depending on your needs, there are multiple wallets to choose from. Some solutions are better if you plan to trade often, while other solutions are better if your main goal is to safeguard a considerable sum for a longer period of time.

 

Libonomy OS

Libonomy OS is a desktop software for Windows, MAC and Linux users. It’s a functionality-rich tool that offers users a secure way to access their cryptocurrencies as well as many other features like staking, mining, file storage and others.

  1. ✔ Access your digital assets
  2. ✔ Mine and stake LBY
  3. ✔ Trade directly through the software
  4. ✔ Use Decentralized Applications

       Download Libonomy OS

Web Wallet

A web-based wallet that you can access through an internet browser from any device - desktop, mobile and tablet.

  1. ✔ Simple to use
  2. ✔ Access from anywhere
  3. ✔ Access with any device

       Go to Libonomy Web Wallet

Mobile Wallet (Coming Soon)

A Mobile wallet is an app that you download and install on your phone. It’s your cryptocurrency wallet on the go.

  1. ✔ Quick and convenient to use on the go
  2. ✔ Use to pay for goods and services that accept crypto
  3. ✔ Trade with people you have just met

Ledger Wallet (Coming Soon)

A Ledger is a wallet that you can use to store your private keys securely offline in a hardware device.

  1. ✔ Store cryptocurrencies offline
  2. ✔ High security

You can set up one or as many wallets as you like, but remember that even though LBY is secured by the technology of blockchain, it’s up to you to make sure your passwords and private keys are safe as well. Your 12-word recovery phrase is the only way to access your account in case you forget your password, if you lose both - your account will be lost.

 

Write down your 12-word recovery phrase!

  Make a copy and keep it in a safe location! 

Don’t ever show your password or 12-word recovery phrase to anyone you don’t trust!