but you can send btc and eth directly to the exchanges for trading and dont need the wallet for that step.
The wallet is then for keeping the coins off the exchanges.
Etherdelta has some disadvantages, can be lower volumes than others less liquidity so if a bigger exchange is
handling the item I want I will use that instead of Etherdelta.
There are youtubes for setting up the etherdelta which also uses a Metamask wallet plugin through Chrome.
Probably youtubes on the gemini and exodus as well will explain some features.
I think it is gemini wallet that lets you switch from one coin to another without going to an exchange, also check on
One crypto I have that is suppose to be the all in one banking and trading and wallet is Pillar, there will be more
options coming so this exchange you select is temporary thing and not a big deal its just what you move into from a wallet or from Coinbase, make the
trade and move your new item back into a wallet. I have a few wallets and none of them will be permanent will end
up moving things to a new option as they come about.
So everyone keeps the etherium tokens in MyEtherWallet, then print off the paper wallet that is the address, public, and private key so you never
lose the private key. Document everything copies of accounts, transactions, public and private keys onto a couple usb drives or SD card that stay in a safe.
I dont have the hardware wallet yet but will.
You can also print off a paper wallet that puts the bitcoin on the paper and that is all that exists. Put copies into safe, safe deposit box etc but
sure always risks.I will probably give my daughter a copy of my wallet but what if see is broken into, always risks, maybe keep it spread across a few wallets
so all cant be lost at once.
Actually by loss, there will end up being much less bitcoin over time. Millions of them already lost on harddrives in landfills.
I have one crypto company ico that will be the inheritance service, will serve as the wallet too. Who knows how it will evolve so whatever you do now
is going to be temporary anyway.