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Advice needed for newbie Which private key from msigna wallet to hodl ? Bitcoin Awareness Program - India How to get rid of coin miners?

How does it work? Just spotted my laptop caught a miner. I love you all. Do you have to learn how to start, how to trade safely? We have been granted permission to visit the Top Computer Engineering / I.T. Can someone explain for me and others. what is it , how to set it up and how to use bitcoin for day to day use, how to earn bitcoin, how to store/secure your bitcoin, what is blockchain, info about useful alt coins, proof of work, proof of stake, day trading, how to spot scams/protect yourself, and related topics.
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Which private key from msigna wallet to hodl ? Hype about Bitcoin collision How to get rid of coin miners?

Crypto for dummies would be perfect. The first podcast episode will cover the history of bitcoin and what it even is. You are free to use them, Hold them & buy or sell them via P2P methods. I'm new here, but I believe that crypto has a great future & I want to buy some btc with cash.
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I feel like such an idiot 'cause I lost my bitcoins to mSIGNA wallet by using a newly generated invoice address to try and receive the coins. Now the coins wont show and I cant connect to the node to be able to extract them out to electrum. Please help! :(

Update: I managed to send the coins out to electrum with the help of deminero30 setting up a qt node for me to connect to. But my nubiness went and put a very low fee so god knows how long or if the transaction will happen lol.
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Computational complexity of bitcoin signatures Payment not showing up Electrum How do I export private key from msigna wallet to electrum?

Thanks! Delhi. Hi, I'm entirely new to the cryptocurrency world, and I would like to be vigilant with regards to not falling for scams. Experts can share information and resources. If you wanted to sell an Ebook for crypto. Chennai. Hyderabad! I’m not trading or storing.
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Connecting mSigna to a local bitcoin node so I can send money to a Electrum wallet /r/BitcoinBeginners

Connecting mSigna to a local bitcoin node so I can send money to a Electrum wallet /BitcoinBeginners submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Have you gotten mSigna to work, or can you tell me a simple hardware bitcoin wallet? /r/Bitcoin

Have you gotten mSigna to work, or can you tell me a simple hardware bitcoin wallet? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

mSIGNA wallet issue - help needed /r/Bitcoin

mSIGNA wallet issue - help needed /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

mSigna wallet unable to connect /r/Bitcoin

mSigna wallet unable to connect /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Anyone willing to help figure out a transaction executed using the mSigna wallet? /r/Bitcoin

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Obvious case of Blockstream & Bitcoin Core product placement? (article series on privacy & cryptocurrencies)

In a 4-part series, Eric Wall neatly demonstrates how to do product placement for Blockstream, Bitcoin Core and their affiliates including the usual troupe of BS/Core "experts".
Note: "article series by the Human Rights Foundation (HRF) on privacy and cryptocurrency, funded by the Zcash Foundation".
Don't get me wrong, there is plenty good information contained in the articles linked below. But the product placement of Bitcoin Core, Lightning, Liquid and "Green", could hardly be more obvious. For an article series "on privacy and cryptocurrencies", there is a heavy focus on BTC except in a single part (III) where the privacy coins Zcash, Monero, Grin and Beam are examined.
I recommend you read the articles. Below I've pointed out certain items that are mentioned and linked frequently within each article.
Privacy and Cryptocurrency, Part I: How Private is Bitcoin?
Privacy and Cryptocurrency, Part II: Bitcoin Wallets
  • website: bitcoin.org (get started)
  • wallet: Bitcoin Core
  • wallet: Wasabi
  • wallet: Armory
  • wallet: mSigna
  • wallet: Bitcoin Knots
  • wallet: Electrum
  • person: Peter Todd
  • person: Jameson Lopp
  • person: Udi Wertheimer
  • person: Hampus Sjöberg
  • hardware wallet: Trezor
  • hardware wallet: Ledger
  • payment server: BTCPay Server
  • payment code service: PayNym.is (made by Samourai)
  • 2nd layer: Lightning Network
  • sidechain: Liquid (by Blockstream)
  • wallet: Blockstream Green (linked via blockstream site)
  • wallet: Samourai (linked via it's own site)
  • wallet: BRD (linked via bitcoin.org!)
  • wallet: Schildbach (linked via bitcoin.org!)
  • mailing list: bitcoin-dev (run by Bitcoin Core people)
Privacy and Cryptocurrency, Part III: Should You Use a Privacy Coin?
  • Lightning
  • Liquid
  • coin: Monero
  • coin: Zcash
  • coin: Grin
  • coin: Beam
  • person: Daniel Lehnberg (Grin)
  • person: Andrew Poelstra (Blockstream, MimbleWimble)
  • person: Guy Corem.(Beam)
  • person: Ian Miers (Zcash)
  • person: Francisco Cabañas (Monero)
Privacy and Cryptocurrency, Part IV: Stablecoins— Blacklists and Traceability
  • coin: USDT on Liquid
  • wallet: Blockstream Green
  • Lightning Network (for future support of Liquid tokens like USDT)
  • person: Jameson Lopp
  • person: Matt Odell
As we can see, every article prominently highlights of Blockstream or Bitcoin Core affiliated products, persons or related companies. And every article studiously omits any mention of Bitcoin Cash or any of the privacy technologies built on it (CashShuffle) or in development on it (CashFusion), or the stable coin USDH operating on top of Bitcoin Cash.
There are certainly other cryptocurrencies and projects on them which offer privacy features, but are left unexamined in this series (e.g. projects offering privacy on ETH, mixing in Dash, etc)
In conclusion the intentions ascribed to the HRF in the first article.
The intention of the Human Rights Foundation is to examine these technologies and elucidate on their potential of bringing economic and political freedom to the individual. While there are many angles in the context of money that are within the scope of such an endeavor, we’ve chosen to focus on the topic of privacy foremost. In that pursuit it’s also clear that the degree to which cryptocurrencies enable privacy is not by any means trivial or binary — it varies greatly depending on the user’s particular choice of core and ancillary technologies and usage patterns, as well as the capabilities and sophistication of the attacker.
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Changelly KYC issue How can I check my cold storage balance?

I'm looking for a way to create a zero fee marketplace. For reference I'm in Canada. So i just got interested in bitcoin and i was asking a lot of difficulty with this and if anyone has had this issue before or knows how to resolve it, I ideally would want just a step-by-step of how to export my msigna private key and import it to a wallet like electrum.
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Is Electrum the best multisig wallet that doesn't need to download the full blockchain?

My BitCoin-Qt wallet is taking away too much Gig of my small laptop hard drive. Before I bought a desktop, I am looking for a Windows-OS multisig wallet that does not download the full blockchain. Do you guys recommend Electrum or Armory for this purpose? Sorry for the novice question. Many thanks
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How to move BTC from mSigna to another wallet

Hey guys , im new in buying bitcoins , mSigna was recommended as one of the best wallets so i downloaded , only to found it it was not for novices.I bought bitcoins , and i received it on my address but they are not showing in the wallet because i'am unable to connect to a p2p node . What should i do?
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Bitcoin Wallets I Personally Use And Trust – Comparison WalletList.org

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Technical question on private keys

Trying to get my 'stuck' coins out of mSIGNA's wallet. It's a nightmare. Got a message that they upgraded the software and when I did, it wasn't compatible with my vault file and was instructed to re-create this. Well, it's been 6 days and my vault has still not been re-created because it's downloading all the blocks in the blockchain since the wallet was created.
So, how can I get access to my coins?
I have a word list for my keychain as well as the BIP32 keychain itself. When I use this at BIP32.org to derive the private key and try and use this directly on one of the addresses in my wallet known to hold coin, it tells me that the private key is incorrect.
So, either mSIGNA is using a different way to derive the key or something else is wrong.
Does each address in a wallet have the same private key?
Any ideas for getting my coins out of this terrible wallet that keeps falling over and is full of bugs? All emails to customer support have been unanswered. This is definitely NOT the place you want to have your coins.
Thanks
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mSigna wallet unable to connect

Hi,
I am new to crypto and am using mSigna. I generated an address in mSigna wallet and sent some BTC to it from bittrex. But I am unable to connect and verify that I received them from mSigna. When I click on the Connect button in mSigna, I get the following error...
"connection error: Peer connect error: No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it."
What should I do?
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Hierarchical Deterministic Multisig - The Next Evolutionary Step for Bitcoin Wallets

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How do I export private key from msigna wallet to electrum?

Hey,
Feeling like an absolute idiot because I a) downloaded msigna to use as my first bitcoin wallet when I'm not proficient in cryptocurrency, and b) transferred funds to said wallet when I don't have connection to the network.
In order to get these funds back, I'm under the impression I'm supposed to export my private key from msigna and import it to a wallet like electrum.
I'm having a lot of difficulty with this and if anyone has had this issue before or knows how to resolve it, I ideally would want just a step-by-step of how to export my msigna private key and import it to my new electrum wallet.
Thanks ahead of time for any help
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Why you should use Bitcoin Core

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Interesting technical facts about Groestlcoin that might explain price rise

Disclaimer: After doing some research, I own a small amount of Groestlcoin and no Vertcoin (I rkn VTC is overvalued currently). Might buy some VTC after it corrects. Here's why...
Original text: Posted by posted [–]jackielove4u 4 days ago https://www.reddit.com/groestlcoin/comments/78258z/is_grs_possibly_threatened_by_bitcoin_gold/dormg88/
Our selling points are:
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Which is the best offline wallet? I am currently using Electrum. Should I switch?

Which is the best offline wallet? Electrum, MyCelium, MultiBit or Armory? (or anything else?)
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Seeking replacement for Armory: desktop with offline on 32-bit Linux

I'm looking to update my wallet for SegWit. At present I'm on Armory 0.93.3. I know about 0.95, but I can't use it. The reason I use Armory is that I want its off-line key storage. I've got an old Asus Eee 900 running Ubuntu LTS that I use for the offline component, but Armory 0.95.1 doesn't compile on a 32-bit machine like the Eee . So I'm looking for a replacement that doesn't involve buying a 64-bit machine just for an offline wallet.
I looked at the [Choose your wallet])(https://bitcoin.org/en/choose-your-wallet) page. mSIGNA looked like an option, except it also requires 64-bit hardware. And its still in beta. I could use a Trezor, except I look after multiple wallets for family members and I don't want to mash them together. I also really like the Armory M-of-N paper backup system.
So what I'm looking for is:
Anybody know any other options? Thanks.
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Bitcoin Knowledge Podcast Episode 131 How to verify software downloads with a cryptographic signature file Part 2 COMO MINAR BITCOIN EN 2019 ¿RENTABLE? - YouTube Mina bitcoins de forma facil Bitcoin Wallet - Ladysmith

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). Bitcoin is open-source; its design is public, nobody owns or controls Bitcoin and everyone can take part. Through many of its unique properties, Bitcoin allows exciting uses that could not be covered by any previous payment system. Fast peer-to-peer transactions. Worldwide payments. Low processing fees MSigna wallet is a full node Bitcoin client that attempts to strike the delicate balance between advanced features and simplicity. It seeks to offer the full package without isolating less ... mSIGNA is an advanced yet easy-to-use wallet featuring speed and simplicity, enterprise-level scalability, and strong security. It supports BIP32, multisignature transactions, offline storage, multidevice synchronization, and encrypted electronic and paper backups. Diese Wallet benötigt eine installierte "Full Node"-Software, die Transaktionen im Bitcoin-Netzwerk validiert und weiterleitet. Das impliziert, dass keinen Dritten vertraut werden muss, wenn Zahlungen verifiziert werden. "Full Nodes" bieten das höchste Maß an Sicherheit und sind für den Schutz des Netzwerks unentbehrlich. Allerdings benötigen diese viel Speicher (über 350GB), Bandbreite ...

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QUE BILLETERAS O WALLETS PARA CRIPTOMONEDAS SON LAS MEJORES? En este video compartimos las mejores wallets para bitcoin y otras criptomonedas, tanto wallets ... cryptoespanol.org Explicación esquemática y visual del ecosistema bitcoin, cubriendo usuarios, mineros y desarrolladores así como wallets, blockchain y forks... This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue. Watch Queue Queue This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue. Watch Queue Queue No vas a hacerte millonario pero te dará centavos de bitcoins cada minuto, solo ingresa a esta pagina e ingresa tu wallet de bitcoins y a ganar!!! https://bi...

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