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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / LTC on Electrum disappeared? on: August 19, 2017, 02:13:22 PM
So, I was sweeping private keys from LTC paper wallet to electrum, I sweeped them, I got a txn file just for a reference, the transaction was deemed successful and no coin were added to my wallet? Any ideas why? Please help me fast, because I'm not sure what exactly happened. Thanks.

EDIT: False alarm. I probably messed something up in the sweeping, because my paper address is full. Im sry about this, but I got real worried there for a second and I had to ask.
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Upcoming Forks on: August 19, 2017, 10:35:49 AM
A newbie here asking, do you know about any upcoming forks? I read something about a ETH fork coming up in the end of this year and I was wondering what is best to do with your coins during this time. Keep all ETH-based coins in wallets and make no transactions? Is it possible for some of my coins to be lost? Are the prices of all those coins going to drop significantly, like a few times drop?

I read online about the subject, but I ended up having more questions than answers. If anybody could answer those, that would be great. Thanks.  

3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / How to sweep litecoin paper wallet? on: August 13, 2017, 06:59:58 PM
Hello, everybody,

I have been  searching for a way to import LTC from my paper wallet to an exchange, but no success so far. supports only bitcoin as far as I can see. I read that Exodus has an option of importing private keys directly, but I haven't managed to do so.

Would you please help me import my LTC online? I'm opened to using any kind of site/wallet as long as it works safely.

Thank you and have a great day!
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / What are the best multi-currency wallets? on: July 20, 2017, 07:56:49 AM
Hello all,

I was wondering what how to safely store large amounts of different crypto. I decided it's best to store LTC on paper wallet. Then I did a research on Iconomi and decided to store it on Then I found out this wallet doesn't support a lot of the coins I want to invest into. I read JAXX support a lot of coins, but I cannot find a single statement about what those coins exactly are, so I would save myself the trouble of making yet another wallet I wouldn't really use.

Bottom line is, do you know of a wallet (preferably free) which supports even smaller coins like Antshares, Iconomi, Stratis, Steem, etc?

Any tips on how to make such wallet safer? I know never stores any information about the transaction you perform, so all you need for working with this wallet safely is a paper wallet to store tokens to. However, is there a similar option for JAXX, or whatever wallet you may suggest to me as a good multi-currency one?

Thank you in advance and Cheers!  Grin
5  Economy / Exchanges / Best trading platform for an european? on: June 29, 2017, 05:30:45 PM

Greetings, everybody! Nice to meet you, I'm new on this forum.

Recently I wanted to start trading cryptocurrencies, however I find it difficult to choose a trading platform operating in Europe. I did a lot of research, going through every educational site I could find on the best trading platforms, but I always ended up either finding a platform that only works with bitcoins or which requires me to deposit already purchased cryptocurrencies from another platform. So, could you please give me an advice on where to start? I search for a place for me to deposit real cash, operating in Europe with multiple cryptocurrencies. I tried coinbase, as they seem like the easy choice, but I hear a lot of people being discontent with their services, so I would appreciate it if somebody told me about another route for me to trade crypto. Thank you in advance.  Smiley Smiley

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