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First buy - paper or Bitcoin Core wallet, costs to convert?
I'm a little nervous about using a paper wallet to buy bitcoin from an exchange in person. At least with the bitcoin core wallet I know I just show them the QR and then I can check the balance. If I decide on one or the other, can I "convert" from paper to bitcoin.org wallet, or from bitcoin.org wallet to paper, without incurring a bitcoin transfer fee which is around 30 - 50 right now I guess? thanks, sorry for the newbish question.
I have three questions regarding OmiseGo and Iota. 1.Where does one go to buy OmiseGo and Iota? 2.What is a good free app wallet to store the tokens in (something similar to Copay for bitcoin but for OmiseGo and Iota)? 3. Where can I get a paper wallet for both OmiseGo and Iota tokens?
Ok guys. I've been watching bitcoin for the past year and a half, and I have finally saved up to buy my first one. I am under the impression paper wallets are the safest way to store long term.
Does bitcoin have any advice regarding this? I'm 100% going into bitcoin, I just am under the impression that if I print them out they'll be safer from hacking than digitally. Only two ways of storing it anyways right?
Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: I’ve been waiting over 5 hours for my bitcoin transaction to be confirmed so that I can buy some IOTA. The wait is killing me I want to join you guys. I have my paper wallet ready to go but the blockc /r/Iota
Hardware wallet wont arrive for weeks. Been advised not to trust online wallets. So may buy today on Coinbase some btc and Eth and then generate paper keys and move them there. Then when Ledger arrives in like a month move keys there. Good? /r/Bitcoin
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''' If I buy bitcoins through a service like Coinbase and then decide to convert to a paper wallet, is it the case that you can never be sure that your private keys weren't compromised or erased from Coinbases's servers? If you know you eventually want to go to a paper wallet, should you avoid these services altogether? ''' Context Link Go1dfish undelete link unreddit undelete link Author: Hey_What_Oh
Hi Guys, a few friends and I would now like to jump on the bitcoin train. I read for weeks now in the topic and the system of Bitcoin I have meanwhile understood. This morning I bought a few hundred Euro in Bitcoins at btcdirect.eu and transferred these directly to my Paper Wallet, which I created with offline Linux. Now we ask ourselves when we should buy the most and where. Sure, the best time was 2012, the second right now. Is it true in fact of the current situation? Because of BIP91, SegWit2x and so on? Shall we still buy today? Or rather the days before August 1? At the latest on the 25th? Or rather in two months before mid-November? Must we pay attention to the purchase, or is the procedure via btcdirect, coinify and directly on paper wallet as far as correct? Thanks a lot & sorry that you can't see these questions any more :D Thank you and have a nice day ;)
A paper wallet is ultimately the best Bitcoin wallet option due to its safety. Trezor/Ledger, Electrum, Blockchain.info and Coinbase round out the top five. A bitcoin wallet you can trust Over 3 million people have used the Paxful wallet to send and receive over 40,000 BTC. Its best-in-class security features make it one of the most trusted wallets in the world — so you’ll never have to choose between security and convenience. Using private browser mode, go to a bitcoin paper wallet creation site. As of July 2016, the most popular, open source paper wallet creation site is bitaddress.org and these instructions will use that site. Hi Dennis, if you used ATM to buy bitcoins and used printed receipt from ATM, you can use funds from it to SEND bitcoins. For this you need to use any wallet software, swipe private key from paper receipt and then use wallet to send funds further. First, you need a “normal” Bitcoin wallet (either an online, exchange or software wallet), which you will use to load your paper wallet. We recommend using our wallet as you can buy Bitcoin Cash (BCH) there with your credit card. After you have the desired amount of Bitcoin Cash (BCH) in your “normal” wallet, you can deposit funds to ...
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