There are a few ways to store Bitcoin:
1. Hot wallets: Hot wallets are online wallets that are connected to the internet. Examples of hot wallets include Coinbase, Blockchain.info, and Breadwallet.
2. Cold wallets: Cold wallets are offline wallets, meaning they are not connected to the internet. Examples of cold wallets include hardware wallets, such as the Trezor or Ledger, or paper wallets.
3. Multi-signature wallets: Multi-signature wallets are wallets that require multiple signatures to approve a transaction. They are often used for corporate accounts or shared accounts. Examples of multi-signature wallets include Copay and BitGo.
4. Brain wallets: Brain wallets are wallets that are created with a passphrase that is converted into a private key. Brain wallets are not recommended due to their lack of security.