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StrongCoin Wallet adds Bitcoin Cash

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StrongCoin – New Bitcoin Wallet

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StrongCoin Online Wallet snacked me of 2 BTC! /r/Bitcoin

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Bitcoins not sending from my strongcoin wallet

I am currently trying to move 1.1 bitcoins out of my strongcoin wallet in order to liquidate them into cash. I was going to originally use coinbase to sell the coins and put the money in my bank account. everything's set up except the coins won't send from my strongcoin account. I would be happy to consider selling it here if anyone is interested, at market price, for paypal (USD), but the point is moot as I cannot get the bitcoins to send to either my other strongcoin account or my coinbase account.
EDIT: I can confirm that bitcoins send from my other strongcoin account to my coinbase account. so it is a problem specific to my strongcoin account with 1.1 BTC in it.
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StrongCoin Wallet adds Bitcoin Cash

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Strongcoin. com (review) shitty bit wallet /r/Bitcoin

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If you really want Bitcoin Cash to Work. Start Using it!

For this to moon, we need everyone that is holding to actually use it..
I've paid numerous bills using Satoshi's Living Room by paying to a Australian Bank Account or BPAY. Here is my compiled use cases for Bitcoin Cash. If you have any more, please let me know and I will add to this list. Also Check (thanks kenman345)
Payments: - Pay any Australian Bill - Coin Mixer for Secure Payments - Coin Mixer PrivCoin - TipBot by rawb0t
Coin Shifting:
Merchants: - Steam and Games Key Website - Gift Card Website - Online Marketing - Steam and Games Key Website - 3D Printer Buy In - BitTorrent Cloud - Mining Equipment
Wallets: *Desktop/Mobile - Incoming Support for BCH this week.
*Hardware Wallets
Information: - Coin Market Caps Tool - Coin Dance Bitcoin Cash Details - Bitcoin Cash Fork Details - Bitcoin Blocks Explorer - Bitpay Block Insights
Exchanges: - Australian Exchange - Japanese Exchange
Betting: Have a sneaky bet, true to Satoshi's Vision
Hosting: - For 15% off use coupon code "BITCOIN-CASH!"
** edits for formatting and adding sites*
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Top 10 Best Cryptocurrency Wallets for 2019 (Re-Post)

Top 10 Best Cryptocurrency Wallets for 2019 (Re-Post)
You've asked for a list to find the Best Cryptocurrency Wallet, We've delivered! Bitcoin prices have been rising throughout 2019, and have now hit over $10,000! Pair that with newer cryptocurrencies such as ether along with an increasing acceptance of blockchain tech plus media and government coverage, cryptocurrency wallets are needed now more than ever. Whether you are looking for the best cryptocurrency wallets, Bitcoin wallet or the best Ethereum wallet, we've got you covered.
These best cryptocurrency wallets, best Bitcoin wallets, and best Ethereum wallets have proven to be crowd-pleasers, and each comes with its own array of pros and cons that are mostly dependent on user preference:

1. Ledger Nano S (Best Ethereum Wallet)

The Ledger Nano S is a cryptocurrency multi-asset hardware wallet that looks like a folding flash drive. It can store Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other Altcoins. The Ledger Nano S connects via a USB cable and requires interaction with the device to confirm transactions. Ledger’s Nano S is also U2F authentication compliant for use with other services and can run multiple apps. The Ledger Nano is safe, relatively inexpensive, malware proof and cannot be hacked. For those reasons, we think it is one of the best cryptocurrency wallets. See #6 for the Nano's beefed up brother, the Ledger Blue!
Ledger Nano S is available in saffron yellow, flamingo pink, jade green, lagoon blue, and black.
According to Ledger, these are in stock and shipping.
Cost: $59
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2. Coinbase (Best Bitcoin Wallet)

CB is an established and dedicated cryptocurrency exchange, a Bitcoin, and Ethereum wallet, and is supported in more than 30 countries. They have helped over 10 million users transact more than $20 billion in cryptocurrency exchanges and is the industry leader for cryptocurrency exchange. They have a great user interface that is easy to use.
Free to sign up but they do charge a minimal transaction fee depending on the size of the transaction. Simply sign up, connect your bank account or credit card, then buy your cryptocurrency. You will need to verify your identity by providing 1 or multiple pieces of identity, depending on how much you buy. Once you've purchased your Bitcoin, You can easily transfer it to your “vault” for better protection. It may take several days to receive the first Bitcoins you purchase. Be sure to turn on 2-factor authentication for additional protection to your account, you can download this on any cell phone using Google Authenticator or Authy.
Sign Up Here >

3. Ledger BLUE

The “Rolls Royce of hardware wallets! It is by far the most advanced hardware security gear on the market. Comes with a color large touchscreen, Bluetooth, and a rechargeable battery. Lightweight for easy transportation and storage. Works with multi currencies and extensible with other apps. Ledger offers enterprise-level security. If it wasn't for the high price point, Ledger would get our vote for the top 5 best cryptocurrency wallets.
Shipping: Available for Preorder, According to Ledger this will ship in late September 2017.
Cost: 229.00€ or roughly $270 USD.
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4. KeepKey

KeepKey is a simple hardware wallet that secures Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Dogecoin dash, and Namecoin. Your assets are protected from hackers and thieves. They claim to be virus and malware proof because it does not have an operating system like your phone or computer. The firmware is 100% open source and works on PC, Mac, Linux, and Android. You can make modifications to their firmware or create your own, then run it. Keep Key has a great digital display and comes in a very appealing anodized aluminum and black polycarbonate case. They offer a 1-year limited warranty.
As of 8/29/2017, These are finally back in stock!
Cost: $99 USD.
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TREZOR is an industry-leading hardware multi-cryptocurrency wallet. They were the original hardware wallet and claim to be the most secure. These are quick to setup and easy to use. They offer a Google Chrome extension that communicates with your hardware. TREZOR combines an easy setup with a small, durable token for authenticating and storing cryptocurrency. The token can also act as a security key for the new U2F authentication process.
These are available in black and white colors.
Customers tell us these are shipping 4 days after the order is placed.
Cost: 89. € or roughly $10 USD. They also offer a “Multipack that contains 3 Trezors and gives you a 22€ discount.
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6. StrongCoin

StrongCoin one of the best cryptocurrency wallets. They are a hybrid wallet allows you to send and receive Bitcoins just like any other wallet. However, the Bitcoin private key which is required to send money is encrypted in your browser before it reaches their servers. They can never hold your bitcoins ransom because you are able to download your entire account as a PDF. You can purchase bitcoins directly to your StrongCoin wallet so they are never at risk of theft on an exchange. StrongCoin is the longest running Bitcoin wallet. 110,000 users have signed up and it appears to be a very well known and widely used company. Their wallets are free to create but they do charge a small transaction fee depending on the amount of Bitcoin.
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7. Exodus

If this page were titled The Best Designed Cryptocurrency Wallet and not Best Cryptocurrency Wallets, Exodus would be the clear winner. Exodus is the first desktop software wallet to have ShapeShift built into the interface in order to allow for rapid conversion between various altcoins and cryptocurrencies. Beyond having ShapeShift integration, Exodus is a multi-asset wallet and lets you store your private keys in one application with a customizable user interface. You have full control over your encrypted private keys, they have beautiful live charts and you can customize the look and feel of their interface. They offer 24/7 support via their help desk or email which makes communication nice for late night projects. They also offer a Slack channel for communication with other users. Exodus is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. This software is free to download.

8. Jaxx – Ice Cube

Jaxx established their brand by allowing for cross-platform support with their crypto wallet. They have added integration support for ShapeShift and gives users a multi-currency wallet that they hold the private keys for. Jaxx announced the “Ice Cube” which is a hardware wallet with a camera and cellular chip for broadcasting transactions that never connects to the internet. The Ice Cube is water and fire resistant. This company is small and can also be stored in a safe or safety deposit box for security. Jaxx has a beautiful user interface and visible code, you can tell they have designed this product for the amateur as well as the most experienced Crypto enthusiast.

9. Mycelium

Granted the prestigious “Best Mobile App” award by in 2014, the wallet provides the ability to send and receive bitcoins whilst benefiting from bank-grade security. Mycelium is an Android-based multi-asset cryptocurrency wallet that has been tested by hundreds of thousands of users. At the time of writing this, they had the most stars on Google Play. They are in the midst of integrating with a variety of third-party service providers to bring new and emerging applications into a realm of usefulness that can only be achieved with native functionality and a high degree of user trust. They currently integrate with Cashila, Glidera, Coinapult, Trezor, and Ledger. Mycelium also has hardware wallets and is working to further the development of decentralized applications (DApps). They are constantly upgrading this software. They are working on a personal finance tool to pay your bills and manage your finances and investments. This is the best Ethereum wallet and the best Bitcoin Wallet.

10. Electrum

Electrum was created by Thomas Voegtlin in November 2011, as a result, various developers have contributed to its source code. A software wallet that was designed to give users the freedom to manage their funds and private keys in a secure manner. Electrum allows you to store your private keys offline and integrates with some hardware wallets like TREZOR or Ledger products. Electrum utilizes decentralized servers to ensure minimal to no downtime.

Different Types of Cryptocurrency Wallets:

What is a Cryptocurrency Hardware Wallet?

These cryptocurrency Wallets store your information offline so it cannot be hacked. While it is more expensive than most other wallets, It can be a great investment. A lot of people buy 2-4 hardware wallets to spread the risk of losing one. We recommend storing this in a safety deposit box at your bank or in a very safe and secure place in your home. The downside of these wallets is losing your wallet, be careful! For security, we think these are the best cryptocurrency wallets available.

What is a Cryptocurrency Web Wallet?

These are the easiest wallets to use and the most convenient. Most websites will allow for 2-factor authentication through Google, text message, or Authy. This adds a great layer of protection. We have heard of very few cases where these accounts were hacked individually but we have heard of entire exchanges getting hacked which results in stolen bitcoins. We always keep some of our Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum and other Altcoins in web-based crypto wallets so we can easily day trade and move funds around.

What is a Cryptocurrency Desktop Wallet?

These are great wallets for storing cryptocurrency. You don't have the concern of losing your wallet like a hardware cryptocurrency wallets. You don't have the concern of getting hacked like web-based cryptocurrency wallets. These desktop wallets are generally free or low cost. You are however at risk of losing your wallet if your computer fails or is lost or stolen. If you want to make sure you don't lose these wallets, we suggest printing them on a durable material like foam board printing. These can make for the best bitcoin wallet and also the best Etereum wallet.

What is a Cryptocurrency Mobile Wallet?

Both Apple and Android offer mobile app based cryptocurrency wallets. These are great because you can use them on the go and on the fly. We have read several reports on Reddit about fraudulent apps that steal your bitcoin wallet and all of its contents so please be sure to use a well known Mobile crypto wallet.

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hybrid bitcoin wallets ? /r/Bitcoin

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Strongcoin account hacked/cleaned out.

So I just got home and checked by BTC balance on my strongcoin account. I had the page open already in my browser and I just wanted to see the balance update with the latest $ value. Balance went from around 17 BTC to zero. I feel pretty gutted and am struggling to fiure out how it happened and feeling really foolish as I am an IT professional and know about security, using SSL, encrypted VPN etc.
Anyone here have experience with strongcoin able to help me figure out the transaction history of my account? It doesn't seem to make sense, my public address for the account is listed as the recipient whether its a deposit or withdrawal and there are multiple recipient addresses lisrted in some transactions with the final withdrawal (the theft that cleaned me out) there are several including mine. I'm pretty confused.
EDIT: So I didn't have use a password hint, does that mean that encrypted private key hash can be brute forced?
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How Dangerous is PRISM for Bitcoin?

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I want to accept donations using bitcoins. What's the easiest way to do this?

I'm a programmer, and I'd like to put a way to donate BTC into my applications. I've been thinking of just making a popup with my bitcoin address that people can copy. Is there a better way that I'm not aware of?
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Bitcoin's Killer App is Here

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Two wrongs don't make a right: Why I applaud the operator of Strongcoin but will never use his service.

Person hacks the payout script of Ozcoin, steals ~930 btc. They transfer through Strongcoin, strongcoin operator is notified of this and manages to intercept and return 568 of the stolen coins to Ozcoin.
In my opinion, returning the coin was the morally/ethically right thing to do in this case, as the attacker provided the same email on both websites which is reasonable enough to poke a large hole in their story and see them guilty. As a miner at Ozcoin I'm happy that the stolen coins are returned.
However, the disturbing thing was that Strongcoin was able to intercept the coin at all. Their own site claims that:
Therefore our servers only hold encrypted private keys and neither we nor anyone else can spend your Bitcoins. Only you.
This is shown to be false, in the interception of the private keys used by the Ozcoin attacker.
What happens when strongcoin gets a phone call from some agency demanding the forfeiture of all btc associated with the silk road? That's not a service I can trust my coin with.
Basically it boils down to: Don't trust web wallets, no matter what they say.
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hybrid bitcoin wallets ?

Hey guys, so I'm planing to store bitcoin for a long term and I'm looking for the safest way to do this, I'm actually using and I want to move my bitcoin to a paper wallet or a hybrid wallet, I made some researches on the internet and I found out that Strongcoin is highly recommended, my question now is how to make sure and confirm that Strongcoin (or any other hybrid wallet websites) don't really host your bitcoin wallet and no bitcoin private key is ever stored or transmitted to the website and all what they do is just provide a practical interface to manage your wallet ?
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Verify that can decode private key?

It's been a long time since I touched my bitcoin, I've got some stored in StrongCoin, I wanted to send $10USD worth to an exchange, then noticed the fees are almost as much :\ I'm fine to send a bit more but I'm not 100% sure if I recall the pass key it's asking for, there is a warning Please verify you can decode the private key for this address before using it.
Not much else I can notice around to provide directions on that. I probably knew how years ago. Had a quick browse through the subreddit FAQ and didn't see anything there(maybe it's specific to StrongCoin?). Any idea how I can verify before sending to my exchanges wallet so I don't waste my BTC? Considering the transaction fee perhaps I should move it all out of StrongCoin to somewhere else or my own system like I remember having it stored before.
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Getting Women Naked *and* Empowered through Bitcoin

Before I get started, if you haven't seen it yet, please check out the video (NSFW) I made for the Girls Gone Bitcoin bounty
I have to say that I don't agree with the direction GGBTC is heading. I think that in order for this project to continue being successful, we need to make it a welcoming, sex-positive environment for a broader range of women. We women don't just want to trade bitcoin for cash, or buy lingerie and lipstick. We want to be empowered, entrepreneurial contributors to a beautiful economic explosion of awesomeness.
We need bitcoin to come full circle...stretch its legs and set new boundaries. I propose creating a new subreddit that encompasses a "by the women, for the women" philosophy (men welcome too of course). In addition to gorgeous nude photography for micro-payments, we can share bitcoin educational videos, women's health issues, support bitcoin micro-business ideas through donations, and even raise funds for causes such as Breast Cancer, etc. Neither stripcoin nor pimps further the progression of women's empowerment, so we need to be careful about branding.
I'm personally interested in making the following sexy educational videos:
And thoughts/ideas/feedback? Much appreciated! xo
And because I hate to disappoint
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What is the best cryptocurrency wallet?

The procedure of token keeping is very similar to the keeping of fiat currency. The only difference is that you in that case you keep notes in a material wallet, and bitcoins – in a digital wallet, which contains keys. There are several types of cryptocurrency wallets:
Mobile (Bitcoin wallet, Csap, Mycelium Blockchain)
Online (Csap, Circle,, Strongcoin and Coinbase)
Hardware (Ledger, Best Wallet, KeepKey)
Paper wallets
We present a new global crypto market where any user can sell or buy different goods and services anywhere in the world using cryptocurrency. Alphateca is the platform that allows you to purchase many items and services using any crypto wallet that accepts Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Dash, Ethereum, Litecoin.
Follow the link to get more details #alphateca #becryptoone #cryptowallet
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[Hiring] Explain to me how to use command line to decrypt a private key

I'm trying to help my friend decrypyt his bitcoin wallet private key for an account he forgot the exact password to. It was stored in, and they give an explanation how it can be decrypted using command line, here:
I understand very, very little about command line, and the explanation of what to do in the above link is baffling to me- I know about almost nothing it referred to. But my understanding is that I can try out a password, offline, using command line to decrypt the key.
If that's the case, I need someone to walk me through, step-by-step, exactly what I need to do to accomplish what the link above refers to.
I can pay $5-$10 depending on how complex it is and the amount of explanation needed. First come, first serve I guess- just post why you're qualified to help.
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The legal risks of auto-updating wallet software; custodial relationships | Peter Todd | Jan 20 2015

Peter Todd on Jan 20 2015:
I was talking to a lawyer with a background in finance law the other day
and we came to a somewhat worrying conclusion: authors of Bitcoin wallet
software probably have a custodial relationship with their users,
especially if they use auto-update mechanisms. Unfortunately this has
potential legal implications as custodial relationships tend to be
pretty highly regulated.
Why is this? Well, in most jurisdictions financial laws a custodial
relationship is defined as having the ability, but not the right, to
dispose of an asset. If you have the private keys for your users'
bitcoins - e.g. an exchange or "online" wallet - you clearly have the
ability to spend those bitcoins, thus you have a custodial relationship.
However if you can trivially obtain those private keys you can also
argue you have a custodial relationship. For instance StrongCoin was
able to seize funds stolen from OzCoin¹ with a small change to the
client-side Javascript their users download from them every time they
visit the site. Portraying that as "the ability to dispose of an asset"
in a court of law would be pretty easy. Equally on a technical level
this isn't much different from how auto-updating software works.
Now I'm sure people in this audience will immediately point out that by
that logic your OS vendor is also in a custodial relationship - they
after all can push an update that steals everyones' bitcoins regardless
of what local wallet you use. But the law isn't a deterministic
algorithm, it's a political process. Circle is easy to portray as having
a custodial relationship, StrongCoin and are a little
harder, Android Wallet harder still, Bitcoin Core's multi-party
deterministicly compiled releases even harder.
But ultimately we're not going to know until court cases start
happening. In the meantime probably the best advice - other than getting
out of the wallet business! - is to do everything you can to prevent
losses through malicious auto-updates. Create systems where as many
people as possible have to sign off and review an update before it has
the opportunity to spend user funds. Not having auto-updates at all is a
(legally) safe way to achieve that goal; if you do have them make sure
the process by which an update happens is controlled by more than one
person and there are mechanisms in place to create good audit logs of
how exactly an update happened.
Finally keep in mind that one of the consequences of a custodial
relationship is that some legal authority might try to force you to
seize user funds. StrongCoin made it 100% clear to authorities that they
and sites like them are able to seize funds at will - I won't be
surprised if authorities use that power in the future. The more
automatic and less transparent an update is, the higher the chance some
authority will lean on you to seize funds. So don't make it easy for
yourself to meet those demands.

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The company behind one of the largest mining pools and a popular Bitcoin wallet in China,, has partnered with the bitcoin exchange Kraken to allow users to buy bitcoin directly from within the wallet.
In December 2016, Kraken acquired Chicago-based Glidera, a Bitcoin wallet funding service, which was then rebranded as Kraken Direct.
Kraken Direct lists 11 supported Bitcoin wallets on its website.
In addition to, Bitcoin wallets that use the service to sell bitcoin from within their apps are: Airbitz, Multibit, Mycelium, Bitpay, Breadwallet, Bitcoin Direct, Cryptojar, Simple Bitcoin Wallet, Strongcoin and Tokenly Pockets. reported on Breadwallet allowing iPhone users to buy bitcoin via the same Kraken Direct service in March.
With the integration with Kraken Direct, there is a "Buy" option inside the wallet app which allows users to buy bitcoin directly without having to leave the wallet.
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Real problem is payment to VPN. How to pay anonymously?

I have been following this and other forums related to VPN services and privacy (trackers, pirating, privacy, bitcoins etc) for a while and want to get a VPN service as soon as possible. The main hindrance in subscribing for a service is payment methods. Paying by VPN is most viable option for maintaining the anonymity but getting hold of bitcoins and making a complete anonymous payment is real tricky. I have been reading a lot and it seems that the payment from your e-wallet can be traced back if someone really tries. So can anyone suggest ways to buying and making payment with bitcoins to a VPN in secure and anonymous way? Some of the resources: 1. 2. 3.
Last option really tries to address the problem. But I dont live in US. Another question is if I can just pay with pre-paid VISA?
I thank you in advance for any input.
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