One of the main appeals to owning crypto assets is that you can store it in an offline wallet, with no intermediary needed. Unfortunately, Robinhood makes this process impossible because they sell the ability to invest in crypto but not the actual tokens. This means that in order to securely store crypto in a wallet, you will have to sell your position on Robinhood and repurchase it at a physically delivered crypto exchange.
The concept of cryptocurrency can be an enigma, but buying cryptocurrency for yourself can be even more confusing. Should you use Coinbase? Or Cash App? Is there another app that’s even better? Is buying Bitcoin on your phone safe at all? Have no fear — here’s how to buy Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies like Ethereum and Litecoin directly from your iPhone.
Coinbase announced today that it confidentially submitted its Form-S1 to the SEC, officially acknowledging its plan to go public with an IPO.