Keep your app updated 

Regular updates ensure that your app runs smoothly and efficiently. 

Enable two-factor authentication 

Two-factor authentication adds an extra layer of security to your wallet, making it more difficult for hackers to access your funds. 

Use a strong password 

A strong password is crucial to keeping your wallet secure. Use a combination of upper and lowercase letters, numbers, and symbols. 

Use a hardware wallet 

A hardware wallet is a physical device that stores your Bitcoin offline, making it less vulnerable to hacking attacks. 

Keep your private keys safe 

Your private keys are like the passwords to your Bitcoin. Keep them safe by storing them in a secure location 

Use a reputable wallet provider 

Choose a wallet provider that has a good reputation in the Bitcoin community and has been around for a while. 

Don't store all your Bitcoin in one wallet 

Spread your Bitcoin across multiple wallets to minimize the risk of losing all your funds if one wallet is compromised. 

Enable notifications 

Enable notifications for your wallet app to receive alerts about transactions and any suspicious activity. 

Keep a backup of your wallet 

Always keep a backup of your wallet in case your phone or computer is lost or stolen. 

Educate yourself about Bitcoin security 

Stay informed about the latest Bitcoin security practices and news to ensure you're taking the necessary precautions