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You can think of your Bitcoin wallet like a vault, and the private key is the code used to unlock and move your BTC. Each private key creates a unique signature that authorizes the transaction of bitcoin for the owner. It’s called a private key because it is meant to be kept private and not shown to other people. With Bitcoin, you are your own bank, so it's important you write down your private keys on a piece of paper and store them in a safe place.
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November 21, 2022
Welcome to the October 2022 Recap Newsletter! We hope everyone is safe & sound. Despite November being one of the wilder months in a while (given all the news), last month was a strong one for crypto.
November 16, 2022
The Ember team is proud to announce the launch of our latest investing feature: Recurring Deposits
November 15, 2022
With all the news around FTX, we felt it would be helpful to run through what non-custodial wallets are and why they’re important.