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I transfered a bunch of money to my Armory wallet, but when I set it up, I accidentally set it to offline so I can't receive all of the money. It has already been completed on coinbase so I can't get it back.. I've been trying to get this for days and the only solution I could find was reinstalling it on another computer but I can't do that because my other is windows 32 bit, armory is only for 64 on windows unfortunately :( can anyone help? Thanks!
Used to mine btc back in 2013. Fired up an old bitcoin wallet program I found on my computer and I'm not sure what happened to my wallet, oh well. Just wanted to share. bitcoin-qt version 0.8.6.0 /r/Bitcoin
[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Used to mine btc back in 2013. Fired up an old bitcoin wallet program I found on my computer and ...
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Bitcoin has numerous benefits and advantages over using localized currency; we will discuss some of the biggest advantages. Irreversible Transactions As existing merchants will be well aware, when accepting credit card payments, or even bank payments the sender has the ability to reverse or “chargeback” the payment. There is nothing worse than sending products to a customer, only to receive a message that the payment has been reversed, you have been cheated and there is nothing you can do about it. Bitcoin is the only payment method that is 100% irreversible and cannot be charged back. For this reason you should be careful when sending Bitcoins; be sure that you are sending them to a trusted vendor. No Paperwork Anyone, from any country, of any age can accept Bitcoins within minutes. There is no ID card, passport or proof of address that all conventional banks required to open an account. All you need to do to start sending and receiving Bitcoins is to download a Bitcoin Wallet program and generate a Bitcoin Address. You could have 1000s of different addresses if you wanted, there is no limit to the number of Bitcoin Addresses that you can have. Appreciating Value As you can see from the Bitcoin exchange value graph shown on our homepage, the value of Bitcoins were initially highly volatile during the first few years of it’s inception, however during the last 6 months the currency has stabilized and has been steadily increasing in value on a daily basis. Quick and Cheap Transactions When making a Bitcoin transfer the fees are extremely low compared to conventional methods of moving money. A normal Bitcoin fee is 0.0005 BTC per transfer, whereas with a typically international wire transfer you could expect to pay 700THB-1300THB per transaction. Accepting credit cards will generally cost 3-5% of the transfer amount, which again is much more expensive than a Bitcoin transaction. International wire transfers can take from a few days to more than a week, whereas Bitcoin transactions are generally confirmed with an hour.
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Bitcoin is the only payment method that is 100% irreversible and cannot be charged back. For this reason you should be careful when sending Bitcoins; be sure that you are sending them to a trusted vendor. Anyone, from any country, of any age can accept Bitcoins within minutes. There is no ID card, passport or proof of address that all conventional banks required to open an account. All you need to do to start sending and receiving Bitcoins is to download a Bitcoin Wallet program and generate a Bitcoin Address. When making a Bitcoin transfer the fees are extremely low compared to conventional methods of moving money.
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PAYPAL I'm not sure why the previous winner decided not to use his real paypal, maybe trying to remain anon, maybe trying to not pay taxes, maybe trying to hide money from his spouse/parents or maybe an international fugitive, who knows. The fact is, paypal doesn't like anon people collecting lots of cash fast, to be fair, they don't like verified people getting a lot of cash fast either, unless they're getting their cut. So here's a couple things you can do to try and keep paypal from freezing your account and taking your money.
Verify your account.
Secure password!!! This is big, it's connected to your bank accounts, you need to have a secure password that is not the same as your reddit account.
Add an email address that has not been used anywhere else.
Here's how to add an email address to paypal. Go to gmail/yahoo/wherever and make a new email with a different, very secure password. Once you have a nice new email with a secure password, go to paypal and login. Under "Settings", you'll see "Email", hit the + button and add that new email address you just created. They'll send you an email to verify your address, go and click it. There you go, verified email address that (hopefully) has not been used by you anywhere else. CHANGETIP
Ok, so this is a bit simpler if you're in the US. Changetip has a "Buy Bitcoin" button under "My Money" that will use ACH with most major banks. Unfortunately not many credit unions or smaller banks though. So to buy bitcoin on coinbase or circle, you need to set up an account and verify yourself. These are US regulated companies who have to follow the laws, so they need to verify you just like you had to verify with paypal. The verification process is fairly easy, and not much different than paypals (although I haven't done paypal in years, so I'm not sure what it's like now). The concern most people have is that circle/coinbase could be scam sites, or like that other site in japan that stole all the bitcoin got hacked, etc. The difference is, these sites are US based and licensed as money transmitters AND have a lot of financial/venture capital backing behind them. They are just like paypal, except they deal with bitcoin and not ebay. Sadly, I do not know similar sites to coinbase/circle for outside the US. BITCOIN I'd suggest reading up on bitcoin if you want to delve into making your own wallet and maintaining it yourself. There is a lot of info in /bitcoinbeginners A basic online wallet can be made at Blockchain, you can use your wallet on coinbase or you can download a bitcoin wallet program and do it all on your computer. A bitcoin address looks like 14KShuxFUM7PsHKYfPA9Rnkv6P213Wm8UH and is a specific address to your wallet. (You can send me coins there if you'd like lol) SPENDING BITCOIN But I want cash, dollars, no one takes magic internet money.... If you have bitcoin, changing it into something real and physical in your hands can be done in as little as an hour. The secret is Gyft. Go make an account, download the app to your phone and you can have a gift card in your hands in no time. They even give a 3% discount for using bitcoin. You scroll thru gyft, find the card you want, select an amount and pay with bitcoin. A popup will come up, with an address to send the bitcoin to. You send the bitcoin from your wallet, and the gift card is added to your gyft account. You open your app on your phone, and you have the card in hand ready for you to go shopping. Alternatively, if you want cash, and don't want to worry about fluctuations in price, send your changetip btc to your coinbase/circle wallet, and select "Sell". You can send the cash to your bank account via ACH and it only takes a day or two. No worrying about the btc price crashing, no worrying about someone stealing your coins, cash out in a day or two with money in bank. There are also more and more websites that accept bitcoin directly, from overstock to newegg. So you could just keep a hot wallet (think of it as cash you keep in your pocket) and buy with btc directly if you don't want to bother converting it. Now, I will warn you, SOME banks have issues with bitcoin/coinbase, SOME banks may warn you about doing transactions with bitcoin/coinbase, and SOME banks may go so far as to threaten your account if you continue using bitcoin. So you can decide if you want to cash out to your bank, spend it on gyft, hold it or open a credit union account and cash out that way. REDDIT While you're at it, change your reddit password too. As nice as this community is, there will be someone trying to steal from you, don't make it easy for them. Edit: GOOGLE WALLET Yes I forgot this one, simply because I never use it. I don't remember how I set it up, but it should be fairly straight forward since I already had an account.
When you sign in using your main google account, you can go to the Settings tab, and Verify your identity. I just did this, had to put in my legal name and address as well as birthday and last 4 of ssn. Had me verified in under 1 minute. Since I never use Google Wallet, I had to search for how to accept payments, and this is what I found. Doesn't look too different than any of the other options so it should be pretty simple to setup, simply give your email address and people can email money. The one thing I can't find however, is how to either add or mask your email address. Personally I wouldn't want my gmail account used as it is tied to my google identity, which is also tied to my google plus thing I had to setup. I'm sure there has to be a way to set it up with an alternate email address. If anyone knows I'll add it in as an edit later. Last points As pointed out by bealhorm
Don't tell anyone you won!
You'll have friends/family coming out of the woodwork asking for handouts and getting mad at you if you don't give them what they ask for. It's not going to be a million bucks (maybe???) so take care of yourself first. Catch up on your bills, take a vacation, pay off a loan or two, or just blow it on hookers and blow. If you want to give some away then go ahead, but do it as a gift because you want to, and not because you're given a guilt trip for not helping out that person you haven't heard from in 5 years. No one has to know you got a few thousand dollars in your bank account but you. As jermseatsbrains pointed out, you may want to write down your new passwords somewhere safe, as that would really suck to be super secure with all new passwords and not be able to login and access your winnings...
PSA to new users due to reddit gold announcement: This is how Bitcoin works [Guide]
Due to the new Reddit Gold announcement it is possible that more and more users will stumble upon this subreddit and start using Bitcoin. I wrote this guide because I believe that an informed userbase is key to Bitcoin's success! Rough summary TL;DR:
User Bob creates a transaction by declaring: "I give Alice 10 BTC". (But in Bitcoin protocol language).
This transaction is digitally signed with the private key each address has and can't be forged.
The miners make sure the transaction is valid and record it in a public ledger that is distributed over the whole network.
Alice check this ledger to get her balance.
Bob can't cheat the system because everyone in the network can consult and check this ledger and would immediately refuse a transaction with double spent funds or funds he hasn't got in the first place.
You can start using Bitcoin in a matter of seconds and, although it is a very simple process, it is strongly recommended that you learn about how it works and what is happening to your coins when you make a simple transaction. With Bitcoin it is you who has control over the money and you need to take care of it responsibly. The following text is a very simple guide that will introduce you to the nature of the Bitcoin network and explain what happens during a Bitcoin transaction in a very simple way. The Story of Alice and Bob Once upon a time... there was a reddit user called Bob who wanted to send his friend Alice some bitcoins. He knows that Alice needs 10 BTC and so he decided to send them to her. Bob has got a Bitcoin Wallet with some bitcoins and before clicking the send button he wonders where his bitcoins are actually stored. "Is every Bitcoin a file on my computer? Or a serial number maybe?" Bob quickly notices that this would be very inefficient. What would happen if someone was spying on his connection and intercepted this files? And what would happen if the connection dropped? No. The way Bitcoin works is simple and elegant. When Bob sends Alice 10 Bitcoin, what he is actually doing is digitally signing a declaration of payment. In human language this would look something like this: "I, Bob, send the amount of 10 BTC to Alice". Of course, Bob is also worried that someone might actually forge such a declaration in his name. He also knows that bitcoins are impossible to forge. So how exactly are they protected? These declarations are protected by a mechanism known as Digital Signature. It is an implementation of mathematics and very strong cryptography that guarantees that only the owner can produce a valid signature. Else, the signature would be invalid and the transaction would be rejected by everybody. Digital Signatures You probably already know that in order to receive and send bitcoins you need a Bitcoin adress. Just like with email. And just like with email you need "your password" to be able to send and receive bitcoins. Bitcoin Adresses are generated using mathematics and they can be generated in a decentralized manner. You don't need to login anywhere nor do you need to be online. You just need a program capable of generating such an address. A Bitcoin address, just like your email account, is made up of two different things:
A public part - Give this to anybody so they can send you bitcoins.
A private key - This is what most users don't know. Each Bitcoin address has got it's own very unique key. Most Bitcoin programs don't tell you about this and they keep the keys hidden from the user, basically because it is very important that ONLY you have access to this key and showing them around is not a good idea.
This is the key used to digitally sign a transaction and to guarantee that only the owner of the key can emit a valid transaction and thus spend those bitcoins. Back to Alice and Bob Once Bob's bitcoin wallet has signed this transaction, he sends it across the Bitcoin P2P network. All people who use Bitcoin and are running a Bitcoin client, are connected to each other in order to receive and send these "declarations". Bob's transaction gets relayed from node to node. These nodes verify that the signature is valid and pass it on until, in a fraction of a second, Alice gets notified by her Bitcoin program that she got bitcoins from Bob! "Nice!" Alice thinks. But at the same time she's worried about something else. Alice knows how the Bitcoin network works and ponders whether it was possible for Bob to make up that amount. She knows for sure that it was Bob who sent the money because the digital signature matches. But what would have stopped Bob from writing down any arbitrary amount? What if Bob would have said "I give 1 Bazillion Bitcoins to Alice?". Whie Alice keeps thinking about it, she is unaware that the transaction that was sent to her is still hopping around the network and has a very important role to play... Meet Miner Steve As the transaction keeps hopping from node to node in the Bitcoin network, it will also reach this person who is playing a very peculiar game: a sort of racing game. Steve and many other people who "play" this same sort of game are called miners. Steve's objective is to collect all transactions and publish them in a sort of ledger. In order to guarantee Bitcoin's decentralized and open nature, this must be done in a very specific way. Miner Steve and other miners are running a program on their computer that helps them solve extremely difficult mathematical problems. Steve knows that only the miner who finds the solution to such a problem is authorized to publish the next block of this ledger that contains all the collected transactions. All miners are competing with each other because they want to be the first to solve the problem, publish the transactions and get a Bitcoin reward for it. (Actually more than a game it's a job). In order for Bob to have 10 BTC in the first place, he must have gotten them previously from someone else. Steve checks the part of the ledger that has already been published previously by other miners and makes sure that the transaction is there, recorded somewhere. This tells him that Bob had 10 BTC in the first place and is thus authorized to spend them. Then he just hopes that, with a little bit of luck, his computer program is the first one to find the solution. Guess what? Today's Steve's lucky day! He finds the solution and immediately publishes all the transactions he has collected. The rest of the network verifies that the solution is correct and watches dumbfolded as Steve gets the reward. But there's no time to lose because new transactions never stop arriving and new blocks of this ledger always await to be published. The blockchain This ledger is known as the Blockchain. It is called a chain, because all published blocks depend on the previous. They are protected by a cryptographic function known as hash. What if someone decided to maliciously edit a previous block and assign themselves thousands and thousands of bitcoins? Fortunately this is impossible. If one were to change one single digit, character or bit from the blockchain, all following blocks would be invalidated. Also, notice that not even Miner Steve can maliciously edit Bob's transaction because the digital signature would not match if he tampered with it. The openness, transparency and decentralized nature of the Bitcoin system together with the use of these protection mechanisms create a solid, strong and reliable Bitcoin network, where absolutely no one can cheat. Back to Alice As soon as Miner Steve published the next block of the blockchain, it was redistributed over the whole network until it reached Alice. Once it got to Alice, her Bitcoin Wallet Program checked it to see if there were any transactions that involved her and, as it was the case, made sure to inform Alice that her transaction was confirmed and is now a permanent part of the Bitcoin network. Transactions that are included in the blockchain receive a confirmation. Notice how Alice doesn't need to be online in order to receive bitcoins. She could be offline for hours, days or years and still receive bitcoins with no problem. As soon as she gets online, her program will download the latest blocks of the blockchain and inform her of any incoming transactions. Actually, the only thing Alice will ever need is her private key. She can even keep the private key printed on a piece of paper (paper wallet) and receive bitcoins at the same time. Once she wants to spend them, she would import the private key to a Bitcoin Wallet Program and the program would then read the blockchain to inform her about her balance. Also, since she's got her private key she will be able to digitally sign a valid transaction and spend them. Take a look at http://www.bitaddress.org . This is an online Bitcoin Adress generator that lets you see the private key. About Bitcoin Security As you can see, Bitcoin is extremely secure and absolutely no one who does not know the private key to a public address will be able to spend bitcoins without authorization. You are the sole owner of your bitcoins and it is thus your responsibility to keep the private key to those coins safe. Many bitcoin wallets will encrypt these keys using a password you provide. This is extremely recommended. Also make sure that your computer is free from keyloggers, trojans and malware. If you hold large amounts of coins you might want to consider creating a paper wallet, as no virus in the world can get in your drawer and printed documents. Where does Miner Steve get the reward from? He gets it from the voluntary fees that are included in each Bitcoin transaction. That's why he wants to collect and publish as much transactions as possible because he gets the fees associated with them. Also, every time he publishes a block he's allowed to write his name in the new block and assign himself 25 newly minted bitcoins. This is how new bitcoins get into circulation and injected into the economy in a decentralized manner. This reward will gradually decrease until there are 21 million bitcoins in circulation, which is the maximum amount that will ever be available. Are 21 million bitcoins enough? Yes, because they are divisible up to eight decimals. This amount of divisibility guarantees that there will never be a lack of bitcoins. Why does it take so long for my Bitcoin Wallet to synchronize? The first time you run a full Bitcoin Wallet, it'll need to download the Blockchain in order to read it and keep you updated on the Balance of your addresses. If you don't like this or can't wait, you should use a light client. These are Bitcoin Wallets that connect to a server to read the blockchain and don't need to download anything. This is it! Don't redistribute it until I've got feedback and corrected any mistakes. The whole text is Creative Commons BY - SA Donations appreciated: 18pYzN97CxB8qfUwoBbAFYvD3rGs9rjbH3
I'm making a bitcoin wallet program, and I ran into a problem. I have 1 thread writing to a file every so often with updated api data, and I have 2 threads that read from the file in different parts of my program (all using an instance of a data managment class). Sometimes the thread that is writing to a file will switch after it has opened it for writing with w+, so it will be blank when the reading threads load the file. This was my solution:
def __init__(self): # more code above # init of class will be done before any threads start, so this should be safe self._cached_data = self._data @property def _data(self): with open(self.file_path, 'r') as d: data = d.read() # for threaded compatibility - if one thread is mid write and the # file is blank, cached value will be returned if data: self._cached_data = data return json.loads(self.decrypt(data)) else: return json.loads(self.decrypt(self._cached_data))
Are there any better ways to do this? This feels kinda hacky because it relies on the class being initialised without any other threads running, or there will be a small chance that self._cached_data = self._data won't work.
Cryptocurrency wallet app Eidoo opens pre-orders for new debit card. With the eidooPAY program, users can link their own debit card, the Eidoo Card, to the Eidoo wallet. Users will be able to convert bitcoin and ether into British pounds or euros.
New to Bitcoin: Anybody help answer a few questions?
What is changetip? Is it just the way of sending tips to people? If I am tipped how would i collect it? Bitcoin seems volatile. Is it safe to invest? I'm trying out a site called CardForCoin. Is it secure? I got a Bitcoin wallet program (Bitcoin core) . How does that work? Is it possible to buy Bitcoin with PayPal? Do believe Bitcoin has a long term future? All help is appreciated. The idea of cryptocurrency intrigues me and I would love to get into it.
I created a Bitcoin address/private key using a key of characters I memorized, in hopes of having an offline wallet that I can't lose. It's all working, but after importing the address to a wallet, how do I keep these funds from moving to another address in my wallet for no reason?
First off, I'll admit I'm not the most Bitcoin-savvy person out there. I just wanted to use a unique method to, well, protect my Bitcoin funds from myself. I understand this isn't the most secure method of storing BTC, but I really want to make this work. I used this website: https://bitcointools.appspot.com/ I have an arbitrary string of characters that I memorized ages ago, and was hoping to use it to have access to a bitcoin wallet that I couldn't lose in any way whatsoever. This would be possible due to me using a key saved in my brain to gain full access to an address. Cool idea, and I managed to get it working and funded, but whenever I import the address into an existing wallet, I can't for the life of me use those funds without my wallet program transferring the entirety of it to my wallet's first address at the same time for some reason. For example, here's the address that I generated through the SHA256 thing: http://blockchain.info/address/14HRERUL4jRYN7U6q9qtLF2NCU7BBvAdf6 Yay, it works! However, when I try to send money somewhere, this shit happens: http://blockchain.info/tx/f9643b22ca630e8d4bb648d5f5a869e0858bcab579da70d61de934208e43b329 The address ending in BT is the address that came by default in my Android Bitcoin Wallet program. Despite changing the address which I created using my mental key to being the default address inside the program itself, I can't for the life of me keep the damn thing from sending the rest of the balance over to this one: http://blockchain.info/address/1KtjYSKaCXcKuVW3yQYC56SgRt9cmmf3BT This is defeating the point for me, because I have no quick way of memorizing the private key to access the BT address. What can I do? I don't want multiple addresses, I just want this one. I can't find a way to "delete" addresses in the wallet to only keep this one, and even if I could, I'm somewhat worried I'll accidentally send all my funds into an abyss, which is the exact opposite of what I'm trying to accomplish by having an address that I can fully access using information stored in my brain. Is the answer going to be that I simply can't use the address without this happening as a result? That I need to store it and leave it alone? Thanks for your help, guys.
Bitcoin has numerous benefits and advantages over using localized currency; we will discuss some of the biggest advantages. Quick and Cheap Transactions When making a Bitcoin transfer the fees are extremely low compared to conventional methods of moving money. A normal Bitcoin fee is 0.0005 BTC per transfer (0.2 THB, less than a 25 satang coin), whereas with a typically international wire transfer you could expect to pay 700THB-1300THB per transaction. Accepting credit cards will generally cost 3-5% of the transfer amount, which again is much more expensive than a Bitcoin transaction. International wire transfers can take from a few days to more than a week, whereas Bitcoin transactions are generally confirmed with an hour. Irreversible Transactions As existing merchants will be well aware, when accepting credit card payments, or even bank payments the sender has the ability to reverse or “chargeback” the payment. There is nothing worse than sending products to a customer, only to receive a message that the payment has been reversed, you have been cheated and there is nothing you can do about it. Bitcoin is the only payment method that is 100% irreversible and cannot be charged back. For this reason you should be careful when sending Bitcoins; be sure that you are sending them to a trusted vendor. No Paperwork Anyone, from any country, of any age can accept Bitcoins within minutes. There is no ID card, passport or proof of address that all conventional banks required to open an account. All you need to do to start sending and receiving Bitcoins is to download a Bitcoin Wallet program and generate a Bitcoin Address. You could have 1000s of different addresses if you wanted, there is no limit to the number of Bitcoin Addresses that you can have.
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