The safest way to store Bitcoin is in a hardware wallet that is disconnected from the internet.
This type of wallet, also known as a cold wallet, is specifically designed to keep your private keys secure and protect your Bitcoin from hackers and other security threats.
When setting up your hardware wallet, it’s important to follow all of the manufacturer’s instructions carefully and keep your recovery seed phrase (a series of words that can be used to restore access to your wallet in case it is lost or damaged) in a safe and secure location.
You should also avoid sharing either your private keys or recovery seed phrase with anyone else.
In addition to using a hardware wallet, it’s also a good idea to keep your Bitcoin holdings distributed across multiple wallets to reduce your exposure to any single point of failure.
Finally, make sure to keep your hardware wallet in a secure location, such as a safe, to further protect it from theft or damage.