The best way to store your Bitcoins is a wallet on your computer or mobile phone as you’ll get a full control over your Bitcoins. A noticeable example of a standalone (desktop) clients is Electrum . Just remember, there are two types of desktop clients, with full validation and simplified one. Full validation requires to download all the “block chain” on your computer, which is very large database (60 GB and growing every 10 minutes) that contains all the transactions ever made using Bitcoin. Full validation in theory provides an extra layer of security and allow merchants to avoid “double spends”. As a normal user, simplified validation works just fine and there is no reason to maintain a complete copy of all ever maid transactions. You are only interested in a small part of the block chain that contains your transactions and it is about 25-30 MB. Online wallets a very popular nowadays as they are easy and quite fast to set-up, don’t require any free space on your HDD and are just convenient, especially when we are talking about relatively small transactions or occasional ones . when you want to transfer you bitcoins from a Bitcoin Exchange to your personal wallet.
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As a veteran of eight knee surgeries (6 due to infection) I can relate to Clarence somewhat. However, I completely disagree with a few of the things he mentioned. First, he (as well as myself) both wrecked our knees from doing a large voume of strength exercises, especially the back squat. Westerners in this sport seem to be obcessed with how much they can squat, even when the analysis shows that they have very little corellation to competition lifts. Second, we all seem to want to get strong at the expense of practicing the skill of weightlifting. If you watch the many YouTube videos of Ilya Ilin training, he seems to pay very little attention to squats. Yes, he does heavy weights, but not much volume, and instead spends a vast majority of his time on the lifts. Compare his training to the Russians, who spend a huge amount of time on strength exercies. In the past two years, Aukhadov,Maligov, Okulov, Akkaev, and Belagov all had back injuries or surgeries. Something is wrong there. Since my surgeries, I’ve kept my squatting to a minimum and focusing almost entirely on the skill of doing the competition exercises. My knees no longer hurt, and I’m lifting more than before the operations, even though I’m triaining more frequently (every day). I think the “Bulgarian” three lift system with an extensive focus on the lifts is most effective and results in fewer injuries. Great interview. Just my two cents.