When it comes to trading cryptocurrency in-person or using phone and tablet apps, paper wallets come in extremely handy – it’s also a really easy way to not have your wallet address floating around out there by saving it in a word document or something like that. If you are using an app that allows you to transfer your funds by allowing your transaction partner to scan a QR code, it’s a really easy process.
ChainZilla decided to up its game and re-do its Komodo (KMD) paper wallets. Here is the result:
If you have some Komodo (KMD) coins, and you want to store them in paper wallet form – go check it out here.
By using this ChainZilla feature, you can generate your own unique KMD passphrase and address.
Disclaimer: This article should not be taken as, and is not intended to provide, investment advice. Please conduct your own thorough research before investing in any cryptocurrency.