Published On: Thu, Apr 12th, 2018

How to Send and Receive Bitcoin (or Any Other Cryptocurrency) Using Your Email Instead of a Complicated Wallet Address

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Few things in life are as panic-inducing as transacting Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies, thanks to their complicated wallet addresses. Luckily, this no longer has to be the case.
Are You Paranoid Every Time You Perform a Cryptocurrency Transaction?
Have you ever been in a situation where you are sending Bitcoin, or any other cryptocurrency, and you are feeling more than a bit frustrated? Sure, you’ve copied the address of your recipient and you’ve checked everything twice, but you still can’t shake that feeling a bit fearful and insecure? Add in the fact that you’re sending a couple of bitcoins, and that your wallet of choice sometimes lags and shows you a wrong balance once you’ve actually gone ahead and made the transaction.
If you’ve ever made a cryptocurrency transaction, you will have to admit — this can all be a real pain in the neck.
Cryptocurrency addresses may look secure, but they are also intimidating, as it is pretty easy to make a mistake and irrevocably lose your funds. Recently, an interesting solution to this problem has been released.
NAGA has just introduced its cryptocurrency wallet, the …

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