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Keeping Your Trading Safe: HEAT DECentralized Exchange

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Keeping Your Trading Safe: HEAT DECentralized Exchange

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Crypto traders deserve better than locked-up funds on exchange hacks.
In an era of massive hacks to centralized exchanges, crypto traders are looking for safer alternatives. It’s not only about losing your money but your identity and trade data.
The best way to keep your trading safe is by using decentralized crypto exchange platforms [DEX]. While there are not many in the market, a few have reached the maturity in technology and usability to become real alternatives to centralized exchanges.
These are experiencing growth as the result of users migrating to these more secure platforms. One of them is HEAT, a crypto wallet and integrated decentralized exchange live since 2017 and positively reviewed by professional crypto traders.
HEAT Wallet has been optimized for security, privacy, and performance. HEAT Wallet combines a multicurrency client-side wallet with an integrated decentralized asset exchange [DEX].
It allows you to easily and securely store, trade, transfer, manages, and issue your digital assets, stored on your own device, outside the reach of any potential attacks.
HEAT wallet and DEX currently supports BTC, ETH, ARDR, NXT, and FIMK cryptocurrencies, with more cryptosa added quarterly. Desktop clients are available for Windows, Mac and Linux, and a web wallet. Take a closer look at the specs of the last update, on this blog post.
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Biraajmaan covers market trends of major cryptocurrencies. As a graduate in engineering, his interests lie in Blockchain technology. With over a year as a journalist, his articles focus on US and UK markets.
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