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mobile and desktop wallet

Tue Oct 03, 2017 4:33 am

Hi

Can someone show me how I can see what my bitcoin is worth? Also I cant see it on my mobile device?

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Re: mobile and desktop wallet

Tue Oct 03, 2017 4:35 am

Hi

Can someone show me how I can see what my bitcoin is worth? Also I cant see it on my mobile device?
What bitcoin wallet are you using and where did you download it from?
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Re: mobile and desktop wallet

Sat Oct 07, 2017 10:19 pm

Hi everybody,
I sent my bitcoin to my Ledger blue wallet using a segwit adress. I Think I've read somewhere that the coins should be sent to a legacy adress before the upcoming forks.
Is this right? anyone?

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Re: mobile and desktop wallet

Sat Oct 07, 2017 10:35 pm

I don't suggest using mobile wallets. McAffee explained well why most phones are with malware that just will steal your coins.
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Re: mobile and desktop wallet

Sun Oct 08, 2017 10:03 am

I sent my bitcoin to my Ledger blue wallet using a segwit adress. I Think I've read somewhere that the coins should be sent to a legacy adress before the upcoming forks.
Is this right? anyone?

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Sun Oct 08, 2017 10:23 am

I don't suggest using mobile wallets. McAffee explained well why most phones are with malware that just will steal your coins.
Mobile wallets have never been completly safe but they are handy.
I use a couple of android wallets on my phone that i use for everyday walking around money but never do i keep more then $20-$50 max on both combined. The rest always stay offline till needed ;)
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Re: mobile and desktop wallet

Tue Oct 24, 2017 2:32 pm

I use Electrum both on phone and on PC. Both work fine for me with no issues. I think that is better to use the same types of valets on all devices of you.

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Re: mobile and desktop wallet

Wed Dec 26, 2018 12:33 pm

top desktop wallets

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#1 – MyCelium Android Bitcoin wallet.
#2 – BreadWallet Android Bitcoin wallet.
#3 – Copay Android Bitcoin wallet.
#4 – Jaxx Android Bitcoin Wallet.
#5 – Airbitz Android Bitcoin wallet.
#6 – GreenAddress (AKA GreenBits) Android Bitcoin Wallet.

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Re: mobile and desktop wallet

Wed Dec 26, 2018 11:28 pm

Hello! I use the web version of Elegro Wallet, it also has a mobile app version.

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Re: mobile and desktop wallet

Thu Dec 27, 2018 4:54 pm

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Re: mobile and desktop wallet

Mon Feb 11, 2019 3:12 pm

I try to use the PC version of the wallet since it is known for everybody, that mobile wallets are not safe.

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Re: mobile and desktop wallet

Mon Feb 11, 2019 3:40 pm

top desktop wallets

Electrum – The All Around Winner Bitcoin Desktop Wallet. ...
Exodus – The dumbed down, pretty Bitcoin desktop wallet. ...
Bitcoin Core – A full Bitcoin node wallet for hardcore Bitcoiners. ...
Armory.

mobile wallets

#1 – MyCelium Android Bitcoin wallet.
#2 – BreadWallet Android Bitcoin wallet.
#3 – Copay Android Bitcoin wallet.
#4 – Jaxx Android Bitcoin Wallet.
#5 – Airbitz Android Bitcoin wallet.
#6 – GreenAddress (AKA GreenBits) Android Bitcoin Wallet.
I agree with you that both Electrum and Mycelium are great wallet, both provide great control over your coins.

Is there any reason the https://wallet.bitcoin.com/ didn't make it to your list?
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Re: mobile and desktop wallet

Mon Feb 18, 2019 1:14 pm

top desktop wallets

Electrum – The All Around Winner Bitcoin Desktop Wallet. ...
Exodus – The dumbed down, pretty Bitcoin desktop wallet. ...
Bitcoin Core – A full Bitcoin node wallet for hardcore Bitcoiners. ...
Armory.

mobile wallets

#1 – MyCelium Android Bitcoin wallet.
#2 – BreadWallet Android Bitcoin wallet.
#3 – Copay Android Bitcoin wallet.
#4 – Jaxx Android Bitcoin Wallet.
#5 – Airbitz Android Bitcoin wallet.
#6 – GreenAddress (AKA GreenBits) Android Bitcoin Wallet.
I agree with you that both Electrum and Mycelium are great wallet, both provide great control over your coins.

Is there any reason the https://wallet.bitcoin.com/ didn't make it to your list?
I didn't use the bitcoin wallet, but heard a lot of good reviews of this wallet.

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Re: mobile and desktop wallet

Thu Jul 18, 2019 1:41 pm

I prefer Electrum. It can be used as a multi-signature wallet. This increases its security a lot. Plus, password protection makes it harder for hackers to get into my wallet.

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