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I have a Coinbase acct with little bitcoin in acct. I need to swnd coin to a wallet address but I can't recieve SMS authentication code due to wet phone.
How can I transfer bitcoin from my coinbase bitcoin wallet to an external wallet. Coinbase trys to send me authenication code, but it goes to a non working phone. I won't w have w working phone in the near future and I need to transfer bitcoin, help. I have tries to coinbase #888-908-7930 but that is usless. Can I somehow transfer the 2fa to email. I'm legit owner of coinbase acct and bitcoin, but I need a way to access it . Thanks Bryan
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08-15 03:15 - 'Bitcoin is just outdated. It has first mover advantage and it's just a legacy coin now.. / Just buy Algorand and Stake it. Hold it in your wallet and simply get rewarded with more Algos.' by /u/unknownstranger2 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 58-68min
Hi, I apologize if this is inappropriate to ask but I really need help. I sell digital adult content and got a BitCoin wallet with edge. A customer submitted a payment but I cannot see it yet. I know the transfer can take hours. He sent me a screenshot of the transaction, my address seems to be correct and is demanding the product since the transaction is irreversible. Should I wait until payment is cleared on my wallet? Or is it really imposible to fake a transaction? I’ve seen contradictory information regarding this matter so I don’t know how to proceed. Thanks in advance.
Hello, I am having trouble getting answers online, I had a BitCoin wallet with about 9.73 BitCoins in when I used MtGox, if I look at my account balance it shows the trades etc but I can see the whole balance got pulled at one point that wasn't by me. I see that the claims process has been deemed over but there must be some way I can get those back? I am going to try calling the claims number tomorrow but was curious if anyone had a better idea of process I could do? Thanks in advance for anyone that replies.
If I transfer my bitcoins from the exchange to my wallet will the value still fluctuate with the price of the coin?
Hi, I’m fairly new to trading crypto but I was wondering if anyone could help me out here. This is most likely a silly question and I appreciate that but would anyone be able to tell me that if I transfer my coins from the exchange to my wallet, will the value keep fluctuating with the price of the coin or will the amount I have stay the same as the value which I withdrew it as? Thanks
04-26 19:55 - 'Read The Bitcoin Standard, start dollar cost averaging with [link] easiest and cheapest way to buy bitcoin. Then buy a cold wallet and always store your coins offline. Hold and don’t sell for atleast 3-5 years.' by /u/CamA90 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 75-85min
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Help, im not able to send or trade my ETH coin! The transaction history says "transaction expired" immediately after I initiated it! I also was unable to send it to my coin base wallet. No issues with my Bitcoin. Any ideas? Thanks!!
Tax and IRS strategy: USD Bank Account > Coinbase USD coin > Sideshift Bitcoin Cash (with vpn) > Electron Cash Wallet (cash shuffle) Thoughts?
It seems like a good way to get outside the purview of the IRS or make it difficult for them to know I have bitcoin cash. An alternative strategy I thought of was converting the USD coin on Local.bitcoin.com and pay a slight premium less than converting straight from USD.
Hey so I bought bitcoin in 2018 and I think I used bitcoin core or something and I have a wallet with $200 worth of bitcoin sitting on my desktop, can someone please help me figure out how to transfer this onto an online wallet such as blockchain or Coin base
12-08 19:33 - 'Ahahaha, dude you're pathetic. You're using your secondary account to make it seem as if your opinion is more popular. / Look, its an operating system, simmer down and take your pills. / [quote] You mean what you wrote, be...' by /u/maxline388 removed from /r/worldnews within 15-25min
''' Ahahaha, dude you're pathetic. You're using your secondary account to make it seem as if your opinion is more popular. Look, its an operating system, simmer down and take your pills.
I got curious when OP wrote bitcoin.org is recommending an offline iPhone. That does not seem to be the case right now.
You mean what you wrote, because your newest comment before this one was before 8 months ago. Suddenly you managed to make a comment after 8 months. Good one.
That being said, your recommendation seems to be questionable at best under that perspective, as your recommended wallet uses Centralized Validation.
Then use bread wallet or [link]1 .
I agree with OP. You should not try to sell your own preferences as superior. It's obvious you got triggered by the "iPhone". There are good and bad androids. An iPhone is an iPhone.
Take a load of this guy, agreeing with himself. I wasn't "TRIGGERED" by your comment but astonished on how you responded when I mentioned the word "Android". You wrote a book on how wrong I was and how stupid I am for giving an advice. And then you follow it by "AND DONT RECOMMEND ANDROID, KNOW YOUR AUDIENCE, oh and I uhh...don't like...apple." Sure you don't. By the way, since you deleted your comment, here it is back up again with me answering your comment:
Oh, so you installed and compiled it from source? Ah my bad. I thought everyone was following their download instructions. (/s) A lot of good, open source projects distributed malware like that.
Yeah, you can do that. Now you're spouting nonsense by saying mycelium which is adviced by bitcoin.org has malware in it. Also, can I have any sources on your claims about "A lot of good, open source projects" Distributing malware by being opensource? You say your job is OPSec, yet somehow that shit sounds so fucking stupid. Go onto /security or /netsec and tell them that. Lets see how they'll treat you.
Sorry, but I will not get lost in this advocacy war with you. My point is way more general that protecting your choices emotionally. You read "iPhone" you got triggered, get the fuck off.
What advocacy ? You started this entire dramatic answer. You're using secondary accounts pretending to be other people, telling me to fuck off, what is wrong with you? Its just an operating system, why are you so damn upset over this?
I will stand by my ad hominem. You must be insane or stupid to recommend an average redditor to modify and replace their android operating system, just so they could use a better wallet.
You do realize that LineageOS is just a fork of AOSP, right? Its not another operating system. And its very easy to do that. You unlock your os, replace the bootloader with TWRP, replace the operating system with LOS, and install an app. There are tools that do this for you (except for installing the app).
Your idea is just so crazy and insane. An operating system has far more attack vectors. Far more problems. Far more devices to support.
Uh iOS is an operating system too.... And apparently encryption, and security updates don't matter when it comes to using an operating system. Not only that but trusting your system apparently doesn't matter as well. Also what attack vectors are there when you've removed the baseband antennas ? Someone breaking into your home and stealing your phone? Because then you have much bigger issues and you should probably buy a cold wallet.
Did you read their code? "Open source" is not a magic word. I read every line of code in breadwallet. I keep track with their few commits. I don't care if their is a "breadwallet" for Android. I use it on an iPhone that is not connected to the internet and has no modifications from factory settings.
Sure you do. And if you do, people like you do review popular projects on github. So i'm sure others have reviewed the source code for mycelium and lineageOS since they're very popular. But wait! Didn't you just say that you can't trust opensource software because they might release another version with malware in it? Hmmm...
Just the sheer number of programming languages your OS recommendation spans. And you don't see the ridiculous: You understand that your device is too insecure so you apply a bandaid. But those bandaids don't work.
Ok, so please, go ahead and hack my cold wallet which runs on android and has no baseband antennas in it. I'm waiting. (By the way I don't use bitcoin anymore).
Just the first of the tens of repos you linked in that OS has 23 thousand commits. It's not peer reviewed. We are talking about hundreds of contributors that push arbitrary code. VS fucking 6 you retard. It literally took me less than 15 minutes to spot the first memory leak. C++ code is hard.
I heard /masterhacker is hiring. But seriously though, mycelium wallet has around 1200 commits, and lineageOS has over 1,809 repositories. Which one did you check? Because there are a lot of repos for lots of different devices.
No I couldn't. There is a difference. Don't spread misinformation if you cannot grasp that bit of information.
Actually there isn't LOL. You're using big boy words, because you think they sound smarter but they really don't. Any program can be "Binary software", a.k.a, every fucking program that runs on computers. Yes, at the top level the code might be something like C, but at the core its binary, unless you're using something else. But in this sense, its pretty obvious that you don't have to use "Binary software" when you're speaking about an application running on phones.
I get into a hissy fit over you recommending off-topic insecurity practices under the guise of security. Get the fuck out of here. Unlocking a phone alone is usually done by literally trusting criminal hackers doing the deed for you. I don't know if Samsung is on top of their game yet. I get they are doing a great job. I get that some brands come with tools to install custom operating systems. I like HTC.
No, you got into a hissy fit because you're an iOS fanboy. That's your issue. I recommended it because:
It's a cheaper option, since you don't have to buy a new cold wallet to store a few bitcoins.
Anyone can do it.
An offline wallet is secure.
Meanwhile you're recommending people to get an iPhone to use as a bitcoin wallet, when you can't even remove the baseband antennas without breaking the phone apart. A nexus 5 is much easier since you can just pop the back open and pull out the antennas.
But normally you need to root your fucking device to "mod" it. So you are trusting on some zero day that was traded in the blackmarket where someone made a lot of money (illegally) on it. You need to make your device insecure in order to install the OS to begin with.
No you don't. You need to unlock the boot loader, and then you can relock it. You really have zero knowledge about how android operates. Also, there are zerodays for iOS as well. And didn't I mention that you'd use this as a cold wallet? You know, without an internet connection .
Who gives a shit.
Please, simmer down, its just an operating system. You're obviously annoyed by the fact that I mentioned android. Don't be a fanboy. Fanboys suck. I am not a fanboy when it comes to android, because I do know android has its own flaws.
Dude, you have no idea what you are talking about. Don't always try to be so special. Just get a hardware wallet from Amazon. Jesus. Fucking. Christ.
Why? Whats wrong with having an encrypted wallet running on a raspberry pi? Please give me an answer. Unless you have people looking through your junk, you don't need a dedicated bitcoin coin wallet, with closed source code.
Edit: When I am saying I don't want to get into an advocacy debate with you, I mean it. I'll just block you. Respond if you want, but there is a chance nobody will read it. Don't go crying because you had to be a special snowflake, had to do all that complicated stuff on your own (what others call you nerd for) and then get burned. But way more importantly Don't recommend others to do it.
Dude what the hell ? You're gonna block me because I replied to your comment? What's your issue? I'm not even making fun of you right now but do you suffer from autism, or aspergers syndrome? You're taking this way too seriously unlike a normal person. Also, you don't work within OpSec, because you don't sound like a person who works within OpSec. In conclusion, you should get some rest, drink a glass of warm milk, and easy up. Its an operating system, not a dick, so don't take it so hard. ''' Context Link Go1dfish undelete link unreddit undelete link Author: maxline388 1: https://bitcoin.org/en/wallets/mobile/android/bitcoinwallet/
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