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Bitcoin Hardware Wallets

Learn about using Bitcoin hardware wallets for secure cold storage.
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Coin Crypto Wallet : most secure and most popular blockchain wallet

World’s most secure wallet With over 20 million wallets, $120B transacted, and the lowest fees in the industry, it’s no wonder we’re the most popular cryptocurrency wallet.
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Jobs4Bitcoins: Find Work, Find Workers!

Find Work, Find Workers! All payments done in Bitcoin.
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Thank you for the easy bitcoin wallet download

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Xapo: Easy Bitcoin Wallet and Secure Vault with a Convenient Debit Card Finally Released

Xapo: Easy Bitcoin Wallet and Secure Vault with a Convenient Debit Card Finally Released submitted by Unshaped to Unshaped [link] [comments]

SMS is one of the basic communication tools we have. CoinText made it easy to send BCH via SMS. Likewise, Email is a basic service that connects mankind via the Internet. But we do not have an email service for sending BCH yet! I would love to have an [email protected] BCH email account/wallet!

SMS is one of the basic communication tools we have. CoinText made it easy to send BCH via SMS. Likewise, Email is a basic service that connects mankind via the Internet. But we do not have an email service for sending BCH yet! I would love to have an egon@bitcoin.com BCH email account/wallet! submitted by Egon_1 to btc [link] [comments]

The Tordl Wallet Protocols - Making it easy to safely store Bitcoin

Over the last 6 months I've been putting together an open-source guide on how to create secure bitcoin wallet setups and use them securely. I've named it the Tordl Wallet Protocols. The protocols consider things like security against theft, safety against accidents, and inheritance. I was partially inspired by the Glacier Protocol to create this, though I wanted a guide that was easier to extend and that others could build off of.
Currently the protocols are aimed at tech-savvy people, but by no means does anyone need to be an expert in security or programming or even bitcoin to use them. The protocols are also designed in modular pieces, kind of like a software module, so that other projects can point to an individual protocol as part of their own guidance. Some of the pages even have a "variable parameters" section that defines what choices need to be decided on to use the guidance on that page.
I'm looking for a couple things about this protocol:
  1. Reviewers to go through it, find mistakes, potential security holes, and other ways the project could be improved.
  2. Contributors who can help actually write improvements and potentially be co-owners on the project.
  3. Ideas on how to find contributors or people who could help me move this project along.
What do people think?
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What is the best and easiest Bitcoin Wallet apps for a newbie who just has incredible small amounts of Bitcoins?

Im not going to habe bigger amounts of Bitcoins in it, im literally talking about amounts like a few dollars/euros, so even if it isnt the safest option its sufficient.
Are there any easy Bitcoin Wallets for Android users?
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How to Create a Bitcoin Wallet That is Most Safe and Secure in a Very Easy Way?

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Seeking Help -- Looking for an easy to use Bitcoin Wallet

I work with someone outside of my country, and the easiest way to pay him is to send him his share via Bitcoin and he transmits it into his own currency.
However my best Bitcoin wallets have reached their limit for their time, yet I have a lot to pay my partner today and most likely later on in the week.
I'm seeking a wallet that has the following features:
And help on this would be great! And thank you in advanced.
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06-15 06:34 - 'Taking a break from losing money daytrading and created some bitcoin paper wallet gifts for easy gifting to friends and family! Would appreciate any feedback :)' (i.redd.it) by /u/bitcoinoccasion removed from /r/Bitcoin within 127-137min

Taking a break from losing money daytrading and created some bitcoin paper wallet gifts for easy gifting to friends and family! Would appreciate any feedback :)
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How to create a Bitcoin Multi-sig Wallet? Beginners Tutorial | Very Easy and Simple Method

How to create a Bitcoin Multi-sig Wallet? Beginners Tutorial | Very Easy and Simple Method submitted by Mr_SauravKT to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

The Monedero wallet is working to drive Bitcoin Adoption in Latin America with usability and easy on-boarding.

The Monedero wallet is working to drive Bitcoin Adoption in Latin America with usability and easy on-boarding. submitted by johnnychap to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Made a wallet tutorial for Bitcoin noobs. I find Blue Wallet pretty easy for onboarding when you're short on time.

Made a wallet tutorial for Bitcoin noobs. I find Blue Wallet pretty easy for onboarding when you're short on time. submitted by benperrin117 to BitcoinCA [link] [comments]

Just transacted bitcoin to another wallet for first time after HODLing for 2.5 years or so, and it hit me how easy it is to transact. Very cool, thought I’d share.

Can definitely see it moving more mainstream with more traction and a weaker barrier of entrance from fiat, especially as money supply becomes more digital.
Question though - I’m no expert at all, but say you encounter a problem with transferring to wallets or you want crypto returned... that seems like it could be an issue without gov involvement or some authority getting involved to handle a type of situation such as that properly. Or is that extremely unlikely to happen with such a complex wallet code. Even disappearance of bitcoin such as the Peter Schiff thing that just came up... or maybe that’s just a ruse since he’s not a proponent lol
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Hey guys business owner here who accepts bitcoin. Online sales have been easy to set up but I want a recommendation for a desktop wallet that notifies the front desk when transactions for small petty purchases come through

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How easy is it to use bitcoin.com wallet and can I do periodical payments?

I thought I would introduce my children to crypto by sending them some money, in this case $10 AUD each. They have had no interest in bitcoin or anything crypto. Now I think they are a bit interested.
What impressed me most about the experience was how ridiculously quick and easy it was. I used the Bitcoin.com wallet and sent them BCH (my current favourite crypto). They installed their wallets, changed the currency to AUD and within a few minutes they had their money. When I transferred the $10 using the scan QR code option it showed up virtually instantly on their phone. I think they were impressed. I am.
I think i might do their weekly allowance this way instead of doing through the bank account.
Is there a way to set-up automatic periodic payments?
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04-05 22:04 - 'Join a cause and start earn BTC directly to your wallet with just two referrals. Sit and make easy money from home with the current crisis situation instead of waiting https://danielwielmann.up2give.com/my-cause/' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/Spare-Sun removed from /r/Bitcoin within 38-48min

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Crypto noob here w/ questions!

Hello! I hope someone here can help me as I have just a few questions. I have been doing research about this all day and I need someone with more experience to help guide me.
My situation is sort of unique. So basically my friend and I play this online game. Like many online games, it has its own currency. I have an excess amount of this game currency and my friend would like to purchase some of it from me. I would like to avoid online payment methods such as PayPal because it's not anonymous. While this person is my friend, I don't want anyone on that game to know my real name, etc.
After doing some research I have found the most anonymous method of receiving payment would be in Bitcoin, correct?
What is a simple & easy Bitcoin wallet to use for a newbie such as myself? I will need one of those so my friend can send the BTC to, correct?
Also according to my research, an easy way for him to purchase BTC is using the cash app?
Would he be able to send the BTC from the cash app to my wallet while keeping my real name anonymous?
If yes, what exactly would I need to provide him with in order to send it to my wallet? I've heard of public/private keys but it's still sort of confusing lol..
Thanks!!! :D
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You can now download B ONE PAYMENT APP on play store. 👉 https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.b_one_payment.wallet - Easy to store crypto - Easy to use - crypto app on the go #ieo #ico #crypto #cryptocurrency #blockchain #bitcoin #ethereum #btc #eth #altcoins #cryptonews

You can now download B ONE PAYMENT APP on play store. 👉 https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.b_one_payment.wallet - Easy to store crypto - Easy to use - crypto app on the go #ieo #ico #crypto #cryptocurrency #blockchain #bitcoin #ethereum #btc #eth #altcoins #cryptonews submitted by LeahCrypto38 to cryptocurrencynews [link] [comments]

B ONE PAYMENT APP - Easy to store crypto - Easy to use - crypto app on the go https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.b_one_payment.wallet #ieo #ico #crypto #cryptocurrency #blockchain #bitcoin #ethereum #btc #eth #altcoins #cryptonews

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B ONE PAYMENT APP - Easy to store crypto - Easy to use - crypto app on the go https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.b_one_payment.wallet #ieo #ico #crypto #cryptocurrency #blockchain #bitcoin #ethereum #btc #eth #altcoins #cryptonews

B ONE PAYMENT APP - Easy to store crypto - Easy to use - crypto app on the go https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.b_one_payment.wallet #ieo #ico #crypto #cryptocurrency #blockchain #bitcoin #ethereum #btc #eth #altcoins #cryptonews submitted by LeahCrypto38 to cryptocurrencynews [link] [comments]

I need an intuitive easy to use bitcoin wallet for iphone which has active developers, which one do you recommend?

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Add some free bitcoin to your wallet no mining required. easy to start. takes 1 minute literally.

Add some free bitcoin to your wallet no mining required. easy to start. takes 1 minute literally. submitted by Lordtendius to sidehustle [link] [comments]

[JOB] translation of FindBitcoin.cash paper wallet text (easy, pays in Bitcoin Cash)

Looking for translators of the FindBitcoin.cash paper wallet text from English to other languages.
See this image of the paper wallet. As you can see, it's a minimal amount of text (couple of sentences/phrases).
The reward is up to $5, payable in Bitcoin Cash (BCH) for each completed, accepted new translation. Read on for the expected process and see bottom for the languages I'm looking for most urgently. See also the replies in this thread and this other one for ongoing activity.
HOW TO TRANSLATE
Download the generic English translation file (.po format) for translators:
https://glot.io/snippets/fczsttvjb3
What you need to do:
You will get a $2 tip in Bitcoin Cash (BCH) from me if it looks complete and reasonably well done (i.e. not a badly done machine translation - if you submit bad machine translation you will NOT get paid!)
After your translation has been reviewed and confirmed as good, you'll get another $3 more in BCH.
If everything looks very well done and we can get it reviewed immediately, I'll send you the total amount of $5 in BCH in one payment. But I do need some time to review it (in some cases, finding people who can review it), so payout can take a day or so.
NOTE: Please make sure you aren't duplicating work by checking in this thread if someone has already started on or done your language translation, and announcing your intention to do a new translation.
Please don't waste your and my time doing a translation that's already been done, or by submitting bad automated translations.
Languages most urgently sought (crossed out ones are already done):
Currently in progress:
You are free to offer translations for other languages too. In that case, it is best to ask in this thread beforehand if funding is available. For most mainstream languages it will be no problem.
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How to setup a bitcoin wallet (short version)  Bitcoin wallet tutorial HOW TO GET A BITCOIN WALLET - Safe and Secure Way How To Open Bitcoin Wallet - The Safest Way How to create a Bitcoin wallet; Easy Step by Step! What are Bitcoin Wallet ?

Download the Bitcoin Wallet by Bitcoin.com. A simple, secure way to send and receive Bitcoin. Available for iOS, Android, Mac, Windows, and Linux. Supports Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Bitcoin (BTC). Download a wallet. Getting started with Bitcoin Cash is super easy. The first step is to download a wallet so that you can begin participating in the Bitcoin economy. Most wallets are free to download and are easy to use that have a few key features such as sending, receiving, storing funds securely, transaction lookups, and more. A modern digital wallet to keep your transactions private, your identity masked, and your funds secure. Our Security Center helps you backup your funds and protect them from unauthorized access with an easy-to-follow, step-by-step procedure. Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ringbit and Ripple are currently available on EasyWallet. Let’s Get in Touch. A wallet that exists nowhere except in your brain. Simply enter your passphrase to access to your bitcoin wallet. Easy to use. No registration or account validation. all blockchain and pricing data on bitcoinwallet.com is provided “as-is” and is to be used for entertainment purposes only, and should not be used or relied on in any way to influence or direct trading or investment decisions or funds availaibility or funds value. neither bitcoinwallet.com, nor its employees, contractors, owners, operators or data sources verify or are responsible for the

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How to setup a bitcoin wallet (short version) Bitcoin wallet tutorial

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