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The safest method possible is to stick to the LUKS1 encryption that Fedora 28 chose for you when you created the setup and installed Fedora 28.

LUKS2 has some new features but if you don't need then, simply stick to what you have. You really don't want to hit a problem or bug with an on-disk encryption, and LUKS2 seems fairly new.