@kryptokitsune said in Where Do You Store Your Tokens?:
I use a Nano Ledger S. The only issue I have with it is that it doesn't support all coins, so for ones that aren't supported, I have to store in a different way. I would not store anything in the cloud (your friend learned this the hard way unfortunately).
I also use a nano s - I rate it an 8/10.
Sending tokens is rather scary since you don't really know the destination address or the number of tokens being sent. It just shows the ERC20 contract address and "data present".
Always check the URL before you login to an exchange and if something seems to good to be true, it probably is.
If you use a password manager you won't have this issue, plus you'd have the upside of having a much stronger password so in the event of a db breach the probability of your password being cracked is much lower.