What is the easiest way to send bitcoin from a paper wallet to a nano ledger?
I am wondering how would one proceed to transfer BTC from a paper wallet to a ledger nano s. With ether I could go through myetherwallet but I'm not sure about BTC. Looking for the simplest and easiest way to do so. Many thanks!
Ignore the funny looking dude, what you see there is a double sided oversized postcard with bitcoin cash info. Talking about the utility of our currency. I’m spreading the good news of bitcoin Jesus. I’ll staple a paper wallet or bchtip to each one with a buck or two.
What is the easiest way to split bitcoin-bitcoin cash and bitcoin gold from a pre hard fork paper wallet?
Blockchain.info, Electrum and electron cash will only separate bitcoin from bitcoin cash but not bitcoin gold. As far as I know electrum will split bitcoin from bitcoin cash but will only send bitcoin to your exchange/hardware wallet. Electroncash will only send bitcoin cash to bitcoin cash wallet and not bitcoin. None of them will split bitcoin gold. Is there a simpler-safer way to do it ? Any one stop shop that can help to split all the three coins and I can send it to my hardware wallet?
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?
What is the best wallet to sweep bitcoin cash funds from a paper wallet?
Before the fork I had all of my BTC on a paper wallet. After the fork I swept the BTC to Kraken using the Mycelium Wallet for iOS, and traded for BCH. I would like to combine these funds with the BCH out to the original address onto a new paper wallet. Is there a Wallet software that can scan QR code from a paper wallet or which would allow me to type in a private key? Edit:changed BCC to BTC.
Best “what is bitcoin and how do you get started with the paper wallet you just received?” website to include with a Christmas gift?
Sending my father some BTC as a Christmas gift. It’s a perfect gift for my gold-stashing father who hates “the man” and doesn’t trust the gubment. However, he’s not technically savvy and probably doesn’t know much about bitcoin. What’s the best beginner level website I can include with the gift note that gives high level overview of bitcoin and what he should do with his gift? It’s probably just going to be a paper wallet that he can bury in the backyard or something.
As a guy who's followed bitcoin since June, I Own less than .5 btc. I don't own a hardwallet and I know I need to. Since the fork is coming up I don't know if I should stay on my mobile wallet or go to paper? I don't know what wallets are going to offer both chains and would like opinions
Hello! I have BTC on a Nano S and I have BTC on a paper wallet. I have read about issues with importing keys to electrum, blockchain.info, jaxx have had security issues. What is the safest way to transfer my BTC to Nano S. Your expertise is appreciated. /r/Bitcoin
What is the best "offline bitcoin only" computer? I had $10,000 stolen out of a Paper (PDF) wallet stored on my desktop. Everyone says I'm an idiot for not using an "offline" only computer, so which one should I get?
This seems like insane advice, to buy a laptop for only bitcoin?!? But whatever, which laptop is the best "offline bitcoin only" computer?
Ignore the funny looking dude, what you see there is a double sided oversized postcard with bitcoin cash info. Talking about the utility of our currency. Im spreading the good news of bitcoin Jesus. Ill staple a paper wallet or bchtip to each one with a buck or two.
Why is it said to not be safe to reuse a public key? Say I keep sending BTC from the exchange to a paper wallet where it'll all just accumulate and sit unspent for years until I sweep it to cash out, what's the harm in that? /r/Bitcoin
As a guy who's followed bitcoin since June, I Own less than .5 btc. I don't own a hardwallet and I know I need to. Since the fork is coming up I don't know if I should stay on my mobile wallet or go to paper? I don't know what wallets are going to offer both chains and would like opinions /r/Bitcoin
Question: What's the end goal of hodling? This can't be about being rich on paper (wallet). Is it understood that ultimately everybody has their price and will sell? As a newbee I'm kind of missing the perspective here. /r/Bitcoin
What is the most secure way to keep bitcoins in a wallet on my cellphone? I usually keep my coins in a paper wallet for safety, but I would like to have access to some for everyday use.
I looked for wallets though Google, but I was wondering if there were any additional ways to keep my coins from being taken off of my phone. I know I should never keep more than I can afford to lose in a wallet which is connected to the Internet, but I was wondering if there was something like a Yubikey which would allow me to better secure my wallet for everyday use. Edit: I have an Android smartphone.
HOW TO: Bitcoin Paper Wallet 2020 (encryption edition)
An explanation of Bitcoin paper wallets, how they work and how to use them. Various styles and templates. Bitcoin is a form of digital money made up of a public key and a private key which is ... Paper Wallet It is a physical type of a wallet like a piece of paper, on which the private key and the Bitcoin address are printed in the form of a QR code. In order to execute cryptocurrency... This video provides an introduction to Bitcoin address and explains how to create a paper (offline) wallet. An offline wallet is the safest way to hold bitcoin. Unlike a bank, brokerage, or ... TheBitcoinPodcast.com LEARN HOW TO MAKE AND USE A PAPER WALLET + encryption to lock it 🔐 FACEBOOK PAGE https://m.facebook.com/BitcoinTalkWithKenneth/ LIKE AN... This is a how to video on creating bitcoin paper wallets. While there are other more secure ways of creating paper wallets for bitcoin, the method that I show you in this video is moderatly safe.