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How To Create A Bitcoin Wallet Account In Less Than 2Minutes2 min read

It’s very relevant to educate yourself properly about Bitcoin before you start using it. Otherwise you may face lots of issues and challenges. But once you understood the risk involved, it will give u a guideline to secure your bitcoin and also you will feel safer and relaxed when using Bitcoin wallet.
Now, what is Bitcoin wallet?
It’s a wallet that serve the same purpose your bank account does, its equivalent to your bank account, it allows you to send bitcoins, received and even store them too. Basically there are two major bitcoin Wallets for Beginners, namely Software Wallet and Web Wallet.
Additionally there are many different types of wallets available for mobile, desktop, hardware, and the web. These wallets offer different features so it’s very important that you make your research your options to find the one that’s best for you. But once your mind is made up, setting up a Bitcoin wallet becomes easy. It take just couple of minutes.
This Video will give you a simple guide on how to open a new brand Blockchain account.

Click “Create Your Wallet”.
Fill in the form that pops up.
You receive an “identifier” on the top-right bar of the screen. Indicating you’re your wallet has been created.
The screen would automatically change, and it would take you to your Blockchain dashboard.
Click on “Settings” from the left-tab.
You would be shown your “Wallet-ID”. Copy and save it to your hard-disk, as well as write it down on a piece of paper. This is what you’ll use to Login to your account.
Done! Now you can use the Wallet-ID in combination with your password to login to your BlockChain account. That probably answered your question on How to Open Bitcoin account ? Didn’t it?
**Your Wallet-ID is not your Wallet Address. Under no circumstances you are to share this “Wallet-ID” with anyone else. You cannot receive payments with the “Wallet-ID”, and sharing it would compromise your security.

Getting the Wallet Address:

Click on “Start Receiving Bitcoins” on the dashboard.
A popup would show you your “current” wallet-address.


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