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What is a bitcoin wallet address? im so confused

I am super confused, so like when u buy BTC from crypto exchange, does it give you an address for this bitcoin or something? is this how it works? im so so confused, can someone explain to me, what the whole thing about hardware storeage, btc wallet address and so on is about.
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What is a bitcoin wallet address? im so confused (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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What risks are there associated with publishing your bitcoin address? Is it worth having multiple wallets?

I was wondering what risks there are to publushing your address online.
From what I've, transactions can be tracked so people can see how much has been sent to your wallet. That in itself is a privacy breach in my opinion already.
Are there any other risks (scams, hacks etc etc)
Also is it worth having multiple wallets? I was thinking one to buy/make transactions and one to store bitcoin?
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So I get a fairly constant stream of people who send me messages about situations where they have sent Bitcoin to a BCH address and don't know what to do. Fortunately, recovery in this situation is straight forward and can be done directly with your hardware wallet.

So I get a fairly constant stream of people who send me messages about situations where they have sent Bitcoin to a BCH address and don't know what to do. Fortunately, recovery in this situation is straight forward and can be done directly with your hardware wallet. submitted by Crypto-Guide to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

So I get a fairly constant stream of people who send me messages about situations where they have done things like sent Litecoin to a Bitcoin Segwit address and don't know what to do. Fortunately, recovery in this situation is straight forward and can be done directly with your hardware wallet.

So I get a fairly constant stream of people who send me messages about situations where they have done things like sent Litecoin to a Bitcoin Segwit address and don't know what to do. Fortunately, recovery in this situation is straight forward and can be done directly with your hardware wallet. submitted by Crypto-Guide to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

What's the worst thing that can be done to a would-be scammer/blackmailer if all you really have is the bitcoin wallet address they provided for payment?

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He just sent his Bitcoins nowhere. The cause of the problem is that all blockchains are siloed. What will crosschain change? You will use secure decentralized wallet for any cryptocurrency. You need just one address where you can store anything.

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What is the difference between bitcoin address and wallet address? Are there really exist the free wallet? Can we create them by ourselves?

Hi all,

I am somehow very confused about the bitcoin address and the wallet address. After google: https://bitcoin.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/115001292411-What-is-the-difference-between-Bitcoin-wallet-ID-and-Bitcoin-wallet-address-

I got following questions:
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How can 1 Active wallet Node "Restart" bitcoin? What is Bitcoin? How is it secure? What Power do I have? - These and other questions from all communities addressed by me.

Hello.
I have been over in "other bitcoin communities" trying to help people understand why Bitcoin is amazing and help them understand that they do in fact have power over their money, as do you.
If you are also interested I encourage you to have a look. My write ups are here, I tried to include the responses I made for the most common questions in my documents.
"Bitcoin Miners both use and mine Bitcoin. Miners must Build a chain for the users (themselves)."
"I am still confused how you think one miner cannot just make 𝘦𝘢𝘤𝘩 of their asics a node and then 𝑏𝑒𝑐𝑜𝑚𝑒 the Bitcoin network..
This is because Your Active Full Wallet Node has a cryptographic chain that miners must build for."
I did post this before, however it was removed. I have re-posted as I think it is important. You are welcome to respectfully disagree. :)
It is disjointed, however the main post (All Active Nodes) is not, and I then just try to address the biggest questions I received about it in more medium posts. Thanks!
<3
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How can 1 Active wallet Node "Restart" bitcoin?
It can't. The single wallet node would have no-one to transact with and no-one to mine their transactions.
There are other miners.
(Basic Bitcoin attack and how it is stopped by both Active Wallet Nodes and Mining Nodes, Together. Also “If there are no miners..Whats the point?!!”) - https://medium.com/@Ben_Harpea-response-from-a-very-lovely-person-on-reddit-lol-cbec9d4d83be
Bitcoin is secure because of the accumulation of proof-of-work, which in turn is secure because of the incentives for miners to not do weird stuff. Wallet nodes have nothing to do with that.
... I disagree - "Active Wallet Nodes" Do in fact ensure the miner is mining a chain that you and other users agree with.. (There are many miners)
It is very possible that there are miners that agree with your wallet node and will mine a chain of blocks that satisfies your demands. However, the problem with your reasoning ("wallet nodes do in fact ensure the miner is mining a chain that you and other users agree with") is that no such causal relationship exists,
It does. Because you, and other users went to a website.
They downloaded some software.
They then downloaded a cryptographic-ally secured chain.
A miner cant change your node. They all have to mine blocks that can be confirmed on your Active Wallet node and My Active Wallet node. There are many miners.
One website is in control of bitcoin?
The users choose which file to download.
A miner doesn't have to change your node. A miner also doesn't have to mine blocks that can be confirmed by your wallet node. There are many nodes. There are many wallets. I have read your article. The reasoning just doesn't add up.
Okay. Thank you for the comment, the users choose which chain to mine and use.
Miners and users are the same.
They mine and use the network. Miners must build a chain for the users so..
Miners must Build a chain for themselves. :)
That's the way Bitcoin is designed, hence the nickname Honeybadger.
:D yup
“I am still confused how you think one miner cannot just make each of their asics a singular mining node and then just become the Bitcoin network..
..This is because Your Active Full Wallet Node has a cryptographic chain that miners must build blocks for.”
edit: Lots of people commenting on my writing style, saying some really nice stuff.. I am a software developer. I am not a writer or web designer. I have tried to clean it up. These posts are mainly from me attempting to explain these very difficult topics to an internet forum , or the comments I received on medium.
There is voting now to make it look like it's been manipulated. I am not doing this.
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He just sent his Bitcoins nowhere. The cause of the problem is that all blockchains are siloed. What will crosschain change? You will use secure decentralized wallet for any cryptocurrency. You need just one address where you can store anything.

He just sent his Bitcoins nowhere. The cause of the problem is that all blockchains are siloed. What will crosschain change? You will use secure decentralized wallet for any cryptocurrency. You need just one address where you can store anything. submitted by evenfound to Cross_chain [link] [comments]

what is Bibox's hot wallet bitcoin address?

similar to the ETH hot wallet, what is bitbox's hot wallet bitcoin address?

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Can someone in this group do a simple explanation of wallets & what the prefixes mean? For example: this is one of my Bitcoin addresses-- 19KKcqaJvGFKHC8KJiaHr7m6n1w6E4TZT5 so how on my Nano S do I update to Sedwic... Or do I even need to? Some on this group are saying the Sedwic address is better?

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I tried to bump a transaction time using CPFP in the Mycelium app, and now half of the balance on my wallet is being transferred to another address. What is going on? Did i just make an expensive mistake? /r/Bitcoin

I tried to bump a transaction time using CPFP in the Mycelium app, and now half of the balance on my wallet is being transferred to another address. What is going on? Did i just make an expensive mistake? /Bitcoin submitted by cryptoanalyticabot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

I tried to bump a transaction time using CPFP in the Mycelium app, and now half of the balance on my wallet is being transferred to another address. What is going on? Did i just make an expensive mistake? /r/Bitcoin

I tried to bump a transaction time using CPFP in the Mycelium app, and now half of the balance on my wallet is being transferred to another address. What is going on? Did i just make an expensive mistake? /Bitcoin submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

I wanna sell some stuff. I only wanna accept litecoin or bitcoin for payment what is best wallet? What address do I give out?

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What is the best e learning product you have encountered for learning how to use Bitcoin, with an emphasis on practical use wallets, addresses, block explorer and keys management.

What is the best e learning product you have encountered for learning how to use Bitcoin, with an emphasis on practical use wallets, addresses, block explorer and keys management. submitted by tomerux to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Noob Question: Number of unique addresses are back to almost pre Jan 2017 level. I am not sure what it exactly means. My guess is that they only count wallets with non-zero bitcoins. Doesnt it mean we lost almost all the users that we had gained over last year. Please correct me what I am missing.

Noob Question: Number of unique addresses are back to almost pre Jan 2017 level. I am not sure what it exactly means. My guess is that they only count wallets with non-zero bitcoins. Doesnt it mean we lost almost all the users that we had gained over last year. Please correct me what I am missing. submitted by mike_testing to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

What will happen if I recover my funds with Electrum wallet from only one private key (not seed)? Exactly, Q1: How can I get my change address and my private key to this change address? Q2: Is there such a "BIP" to derive the whole needed tree structure from one private key? /r/Bitcoin

What will happen if I recover my funds with Electrum wallet from only one private key (not seed)? Exactly, Q1: How can I get my change address and my private key to this change address? Q2: Is there such a submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Hey everyone, I’ve got a bunch of bitcoin in a wallet from back in 2013 but I’ve deleted all of my wallet apps since and now only remembered about them now is the last transaction id that I sent to the wallet as well as the bitcoin address number what can I do to find out which wallet I used

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What is the best e learning product you have encountered for learning how to use Bitcoin, with an emphasis on practical use wallets, addresses, block explorer and keys management. /r/Bitcoin

What is the best e learning product you have encountered for learning how to use Bitcoin, with an emphasis on practical use wallets, addresses, block explorer and keys management. /Bitcoin submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Hello guys I need help! I have sent from my Bittrex account USDT by mistake to my BTC address on blockchain wallet. This is the response I got from Bittrex. I dont know what to do. /r/Bitcoin

Hello guys I need help! I have sent from my Bittrex account USDT by mistake to my BTC address on blockchain wallet. This is the response I got from Bittrex. I dont know what to do. /Bitcoin submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

I have an old wallet.dat that I've loaded into bitcoin core - it shows a few small incoming transactions, and it's up to date with the network, but the balance is 0.00 and the incoming address shows not to have been used in blockchain.info. Any idea what that's about?

Best guess is that it's a wallet.dat from another coin - any way to determine which one?
Update: turns out it was a dogecoin wallet. So - bitcoin core loaded it and showed that there were some incoming BTC ... don't know why it loaded at all, but I know nobody has sent me several hundred thousand BTC.
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Two-factor authentication (2FA) is a way to add additional security to your wallet. The first 'factor' is your password for your wallet. The second 'factor' is a verification code retrieved via text message or from an app on a mobile device. 2FA is conceptually similar to a security token device that banks in some countries require for online banking. Courtesy of Pixabay. In my previous post, ‘What is a Bitcoin Wallet and How Does it Work—A Beginner’s Guide,’ I introduced you to Bitcoin wallets—note the difference in the titles.If you haven’t read the post, you should stop here and read it first. It is important you read the previous post because it will help you understand the ideas we are going to explore here. A Bitcoin wallet address is a digital address, made up of letters and numbers, that you use for sending and receiving Bitcoin transactions. In just the same way that an email address is used to send and receive emails, a Bitcoin wallet address is the digital address from which you send and receive BTC. Bitcoin Address Check to see if it has been reported as a scam ; Report a bitcoin scammer like the bitcoin sextortion porn scam email, investment scam, or mining scam; Check a bitcoin wallet balance; Find a bitcoin address owner; Bitcoin Wallet Transaction Alerts notify you by email when a bitcoin address has activity on the blockchain Once you receive Bitcoin to your wallet address then only you who own the private keys can use them. Types of Bitcoin wallet. The crypto wallet format is usually a non readable text file or .dat file (Data file) on disk. The file format differs based on the wallet clients and most wallets usually have features such as wallet encryption, backups and address labeling. Now not all cryptocurrency ...

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