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Monero: the secure, private, untraceable currency

This is the official subreddit of Monero (XMR), a secure, private, untraceable currency that is open-source and freely available to all.
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Electrum - Simply the best thin Bitcoin client

The best, cutting edge thin Bitcoin wallet.
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Light weight bitcoin wallet for Linux server (no GUI)

Hi all,

I need to set up a btc wallet on an Ubuntu 18.04 server without GUI. I was thinking I could just install the full btc daemon client but it requires 200GB of storage it seems. Any recommendations on what to run instead that's lightweight but still works with CLI?

Thanks!!
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Best headless lightweight bitcoin wallet for linux server?

Hi all,
I need to set up a btc wallet on an Ubuntu 18.04 server without GUI. I was thinking I could just install the full btc daemon client but it requires 200GB of storage it seems. Any recommendations on what to run instead that's lightweight but still works with CLI?
Thanks!!
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BTC sent unknowingly Best headless lightweight bitcoin wallet for linux server?

Forgive me if this has been asked before but I've been trading crypto for a while but hope to move to something bigger. It just comes to my attention having my friends and relatives talking about it for some time now and it just raise the curiosity out of me.
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Please suggest a Tor supported Bitcoin wallet for Linux.

I am looking for a Linux desktop Bitcoin wallet which is Tor friendly. I did try Multibit HD then learned they had removed Tor support. I know Electrum works with Tor but I would like to try a different wallet. I prefer SPV rather than downloading 100 GB of the blockchain.
Does anyone have any positive experiences? Thanks.
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I need a lightweight Bitcoin wallet for Linux /r/btc

I need a lightweight Bitcoin wallet for Linux /btc submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

I need a lightweight Bitcoin wallet for Linux /r/Bitcoin

I need a lightweight Bitcoin wallet for Linux /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Self-hosted Bitcoin wallet for Linux with API or webhooks?

I'm looking for some Bitcoin wallet software I can host locally on my Linux server that provides either an API or webhooks for detecting when Bitcoin transactions have completed. I also need a way to initiate transactions (i.e. tell the wallet to send Bitcoins to an address).
Does anyone know of anything? I know there is coinpunk, but I don't see anything about it having such functionality.
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Best bitcoin wallet for Linux and Android? /r/Bitcoin

Best bitcoin wallet for Linux and Android? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin.com wallet, can u pls put the link for windows/linux on top of the page?

The "other versions" on top of the page leads to the github page, and it doesnt say there which is which (not all of us are tech geeks)
You have to go to the very bottom to find the windows link.
My cousin called me while I was at work asking which wallet to DL, I told him bitcoin.com,... but after not being able to find the windows link, he Downloaded Exodus instead.
It's probably more newbie friendly if the links are on top. just sayin...
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A n00b vents: barrier to entry of bitcoin, the implications for general uptake, and the future

Being mindful of the general truism whereby you forget how hard something was to begin with once you get setup into the pattern of efficient minimal usage, it felt like a good time to vent, slash get the opinions of the community.
The problem: once someone has been titillated enough by the prospects of bitcoin, they'll then try to get into it. How many will fail? Let's be honest, on a quite-nerdy website, we're probably relatively a lot nerdier, so should arguably be finding these things very easy if we hope that the general populace will be adopting, no?
My experiences:
MY OVERALL POINT
There's loads of evangelism going on in bitcoin, which is great (not sarcasm), but I wonder to what extent part A (getting people interested) is being undermined by part B (people being able to get onboard)?
Is there a step by step guide, or flow diagram, for how people should get onboard once they've decided they want to? This and this is good, but maybe should be expanded to include the security one should have and a stepwise guide to get there, plus what to expect/prepare when signing up to the wallet sites?
TLDR: technical papercuts barrier uptake to bitcoin, thus working against the promotional work of the community. How can these be reduced? Have they been improving with time?
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#crypto #cryptonews #bitcoin @nocroom #I am struggling with upgrading software on my cold wallet system (a offline computer running linux mint). This is also the cold wallet for the bchpizza.org funds and I would like some help from the community.

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PSA: An easy to use Bitcoin Cash wallet is now available for every platform! (Windows, OSX, Linux, iOS, and Android!)

PSA: An easy to use Bitcoin Cash wallet is now available for every platform! (Windows, OSX, Linux, iOS, and Android!) submitted by MemoryDealers to btc [link] [comments]

Ledger Bitcoin Wallet Mac/Linux Camera not working for QR Code

Hi team,
Basically I am trying to update the firmware on my Bitcoin Wallet in the Chrome extension. I am trying to scan the QR code of my recover sheet but when i get to the QR scanning page it does not show my camera image, i just see a white box. I have tried Mac and Linux but same issue. The hardware is a MacBook Air but my camera works for other apps. Hash anyone seen this same issue?
Running High Sierra version of Mac
Cheers
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SLP wallet 3.4.1 is available for windows, mac, and linux. Includes BFP (Bitcoin File Protocol)

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Copay: Open Source HD-Multisig Bitcoin Wallet – 1.0 Released for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Chrome, Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux

Copay: Open Source HD-Multisig Bitcoin Wallet – 1.0 Released for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Chrome, Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux submitted by bitjson to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Wasabi Wallet 1.0 Goes Live for Bitcoin Payment Privacy Now Compatible with Windows, LinuX, OSX and MacOS.

Wasabi Wallet 1.0 Goes Live for Bitcoin Payment Privacy Now Compatible with Windows, LinuX, OSX and MacOS. submitted by youngrumi to ramanugang [link] [comments]

What is the most secure Linux for running Bitcoin Core wallet ?

I see Mr. Robot using Kali / Mint linux. Are they any good ? What else ? What is core dev using ?
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On 9 July, the software support for Ledger Live Bitcoin wallets Ledger Nano S and Ledger Blue, which supports Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems, was released.

The developers point out that Ledger Live is a complex solution that combines the management of the bitcoin-wallet Ledger Nano S and Ledger Blue and the management of their digital assets. The process of installing and adding new hardware to Ledger Live is as simple and fast as possible, and the user gets access to their Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Ripple assets within minutes.
Similar kind of information, articles, reviews can be found here: https://www.xmlgold.eu/en/news/
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Live Linux Image for generating Bitcoin paper wallets

This is a minimalist Debian, Live Linux ISO (bootable from USB Stick or CD-Rom) which provides a simple, console interface for generating secure, deterministic Bitcoin paper wallets in an off-line environment (networking disabled). Instructions for building ISO from scratch are coming soon.
The Live Linux ISO automatically runs a bash script utilizing libbitcoin and sx to generate paper wallets and QR-Codes. QR-Codes allow you use your phone to transfer addresses to "watch only" or spending wallets. When the script is launched, a new 128-bit random seed is generated. You can create a different random seed at any time. Private keys and public addresses are determined by the seed value. Each seed value has an associated 12 word, Electrum compatible mnemonic. The Electrum Bitcoin client uses a 128-bits random seed to generate its private keys. The keys are intended to be written down by hand eliminating printer memory vulnerability.
Sources are available at: https://github.com/gehlm/paper-btc
Screen shots: http://imgur.com/a/J7rES#0
The ISO can be downloaded from: (bitcoin-tools-0.1.1.iso 313.0 MB) https://mega.co.nz/#!ZJtmzA6A!VkX1VBakEBWvu1kjAbYS8wQ5oJg5uwWN80T7Iy57eQ4
Requesting feedback on the usefulness of this utility.
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Installation Instructions for Bitcoin.com Wallet on Linux /r/btc

Installation Instructions for Bitcoin.com Wallet on Linux /btc submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

How to check if your Electrum Wallet is legit before using. (For Linux) /r/Bitcoin

How to check if your Electrum Wallet is legit before using. (For Linux) /Bitcoin submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Wallet for Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash on Linux

Hi guys- sorry to ask noob type question here but I want alternative information from that provided on bitcoin.org. I didnt find the bitcoin.com site very informative- it just has a bunch of download links and very little info unless I'm looking in the wrong place.
In the past I have only run a full node using default core software but it is not practical for me to synch now. Also I dont need the headache of thinking about chain compatibility.
What are my options for wallet software (secure + pref open source) that will import my existing wallet (.dat file) and can create a cash wallet too?
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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). Diese Wallet ist ein "Full Node", die Transaktionen im Bitcoin-Netzwerk validiert und weiterleitet. Das bedeutet, dass keinem Dritten vertraut werden muss, wenn Zahlungen verifiziert werden. "Full Nodes" bieten das höchste Maß an Sicherheit und sind zum Schutz des Netzwerks unentbehrlich. Allerdings wird viel Speicher (über 350GB), Bandbreite und eine längere anfängliche Synchronisierung ... Users should ensure their Bitcoin wallet supports important features like backup to prevent loss of Bitcoins, user privacy and security, etc. before selecting a Bitcoin wallet. To make this process easier for you today we will have a look at the best 5 Bitcoin wallets which are available for the Ubuntu platform. 1. Armory. Armory is a open-source Bitcoin client with cold storage and Multi ... Wallets sind verfügbar für Linux-, MacOS- und Windows-basierte Betriebssysteme. Hardware. Eine Hardware-Wallet ist eine Hochsicherheits-Bitcoin-Wallet, die es Ihnen ermöglicht, Ihr Guthaben offline zu sichern. Sie können sie mit Ihrem Computer verbinden, wenn Sie Ihr Guthaben verwalten wollen. Benutzertyp. Einsteiger. Not available. Zeige mir Wallets geeignet für Einsteiger basierend auf ... Bitcoin Core is a Bitcoin full node wallet, meaning it downloads the entire Bitcoin blockchain. It is the most private Bitcoin wallet although it takes patience and quite some time to setup. You also need a reliable internet connection, as well plenty of badwidth and hard drive space. Supported Platforms: MacOS, Linux, Windows

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