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Most cryptocurrencies have a pair of public and private keys that are used to facilitate peer-to-peer transactions. Though they both work together, from a security standpoint, the private key is the one to keep to yourself.
Although fairly intuitive, sending and receiving bitcoin and crypto is different than using a credit card, Venmo, or PayPal to transfer funds. But once you've l...
While anyone can send transactions to the public key, you need the private key to “unlock” them and prove that you are the owner of the cryptocurrency received ...