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1  Bitcoin / Wallet software / Re: Sweeping paper wallet on: December 23, 2023, 04:07:06 PM
I am trying to sweep a dogecoin wallet.
Coinomi can still do this, but the wallet sucks.

It seems coinomi won't install on newer android versions.. :S
I warned you it sucks  Cry

https://dogecoin.com/wallets/ has 8 wallets for Android and iOS.

Id give away bitcoin via paper but at $20 a tx..... it's not possible.
Doge is not being developed. Go private and use XMR instead.

Cannot make XMR paper wallet.  I may even by a old comp to mine XMR :O
2  Bitcoin / Wallet software / Re: Sweeping paper wallet on: December 23, 2023, 03:58:37 PM
Id give away bitcoin via paper but at $20 a tx..... it's not possible.
3  Bitcoin / Wallet software / Re: Sweeping paper wallet on: December 23, 2023, 03:49:26 PM
I am trying to sweep a dogecoin wallet.
Coinomi can still do this, but the wallet sucks.

It seems coinomi won't install on newer android versions.. :S
4  Bitcoin / Wallet software / Re: Sweeping paper wallet on: December 23, 2023, 03:37:51 PM
Does any phone wallet support this anymore??  Is there a way to convert a private key to a seed phrase..?

AFAIK, multiple wallets still do. Electrum should be one of them. Exodus also allows you to sweep a private key from a paper wallet, and it also supports BIP39 (in case you have it encrypted).

This is not going to "convert" the private key to a seedphrase though. You have to create a standard wallet first, and when you sweep, the funds will be sent from the private keys/paper wallet address to that wallet.

The new exodus does not allow one to sweep a private key... :S there is no settings button to do it any more.. I am trying to sweep a dogecoin wallet.
5  Bitcoin / Wallet software / Sweeping paper wallet on: December 23, 2023, 03:27:16 PM
Does any phone wallet support this anymore??  Is there a way to convert a private key to a seed phrase..?
6  Economy / Service Discussion / Silk road alternative on: December 10, 2023, 02:02:10 PM
Are all sites like this pretty much dead now?
7  Other / Off-topic / A list of NFT games on: April 30, 2023, 06:09:29 PM
Townstar - A city building game.  Win NFTS and crypto in comps.


Axie Infinity - Card type game like hearthstone


Spider tanks - 3 v 3 tank battles win Silk when you win a match.  Can rent NFTS to earn or buy you own and earn with them.


https://shogun.lol/  I haven't played it yet unsure of how it is.  They have no discord so I have yet to connect my wallet to it.


Gods unchained - Card type game like hearthstone


shootgunnft - phone battle royal game






Anyone else have more I'll add them.

Anyone play any NFT games?




8  Bitcoin / Hardware wallets / Re: Hardware Wallets - Ledger vs Trezor, Other recommendations? on: January 02, 2023, 08:50:06 PM
ooh..... I see... not easy to calculate it seems...

I will try reading again to see how to calcualte.
9  Bitcoin / Hardware wallets / Hardware Wallets - Ledger vs Trezor, Other recommendations? on: January 02, 2023, 08:07:56 PM
Anyone used a Ledger Nano-S-Plus before?  I just rage threw it accross the room... 4 attempts to use a phrase I made via dice then 20 pin invalids and I smashed it...  This device is a massive pain in the ass I wouldn't recommend...

Trezor I did let it make the words and no Issues. Touch screen is very nice to use.
I will attempt to use the words I created on the trezor to see if it is any better.  



WELL the device can be put back together easily LOL.

I made a phrase from dice and keep getting "recovery phrase is invalid, retry"  Any one know why this would happen?
10  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Privacy should be fought for on: October 06, 2022, 01:25:53 AM
Completely disagree.  Don't get me wrong I am a big privacy advocate. I use signal as often as I can, I'm a big fan of Monero etc.  But if you make bitcoin a truly anonymous coin, it's going to face far harsher scrutiny from governments and a sizable amount of governments will simply ban it for that alone.

Think about it this way, some countries allow for zero freedom of speech, women who cant vote, drive, or show their face in public, etc etc... you think they are going to allow for a monetary system that they absolutely can't track and regulate what so ever? The answer is no.

Is that the world you want?

IS THIS THE WORLD WE WANT?

Do you want BTC to succeed if it means the enslavement of humanity but you are rich..

Would you really want to be a king in hell or an individual of heaven.

Who gives an F what Iran, China, etc do... we are at war for all of humanity we really really are.....




okay.. I couldn't stop ranting.. last time for the time being.. maybe.. hopefully lol.. me bad.
11  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Privacy should be fought for on: October 06, 2022, 01:18:54 AM
The fact this isn't talked about much even more so after Canada froze bank accounts watching people tx bitcoin and ETH addresses tied to other ETH addresses are being black listed / banned is really bad..

BTC will fail or much much much worse become the money of enslavement if privacy is not added.. Unbreakable privacy..

The thing is most people actually don't care about their privacy. They say they have "nothing to hide". With this mindset, we can never expect governments to give up on their task to destroy privacy for good. Bitcoin by itself may not be private, but there are tools you can use to help make your transactions private. For instance, you can use a non-custodial mixer to obfuscate your utmost sensitive transactions, or simply convert your BTC to a privacy coin like Monero or Zcash.

Some would say using a new BTC address for each transaction is the perfect measure to help protect your privacy. The problem here is that you're stuck with centralized exchanges which force you to provide your personally-identifiable information. Decentralized exchanges exist, but they have low trading volume/liquidity compared to their centralized counterparts. Not to mention, they're not as easy to use as you think they are. With the introduction of CBDCs, governments will become more invasive than ever. It'll be up to crypto advocates to help defend privacy for the sake of our liberty and freedom. Just my thoughts Grin

Most people do not care for years UNTIL they cannot buy food they want because it would increase their "carbon foot print" too much.   Or their social credit is too low. Or they have been deemed to have had to many coffees for the day, they have seen to much of one news station for the day, they........... the list will not end. ... we are in the trenches now....

It does appear we agree my friend.

I believe all mixers are infiltrated by the govs attempt unknowingly(being optimistic here) to destroy humanity's hope and joy.















Oh my I am on quite the rant I will stop for the time being.
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Privacy should be fought for on: October 06, 2022, 01:11:23 AM
Adding a privacy feature to bitcoin is a good idea but on the other hand there is already a privacy coin called monero and the exchanges are banning it left and rightÖ What do you think would happen to bitcoin if it was also fully anonymous? It would probably get banned from the exchanges too. Without the support from the exchanges bitcoin adoption would take a huge hit. Most crypto activities are happening on the exchanges and thatís pretty sad imo.

I know of monero, I have used it and do use it.

Bitcoin is the future..

Again... Bitcoin will free or enslave humanity.... 

We will die to what future do we leave..... 


All mixing services at this point I assume have been destroyed...

El salvador is a glimmer of hope in the darkness.. be but a small one..
13  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Privacy should be fought for on: October 06, 2022, 01:04:29 AM
Privacy of some sort on the protocol level will be very difficult and will take a lot of time(assuming it would actually occur someday). Also, I'm pretty sure privacy is frequently being talked about even before this incident you're referring to. Safe to assume that adding privacy(regardless if on other layers or on the main layer) is simply just not that simple to be implemented in a few years.

Without it hell will become earth..

Everything we do tracked.. everything. (the future) To much meat did you by this week? no gas for your car or house...... (current times) disagree with the top political party .. Canada.. entire bank accounts frozen, still to this day for donating against JT...
14  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Privacy should be fought for on: October 06, 2022, 01:01:41 AM
No. What we should be fighting against is the blacklisting nonsense. There are ways to protect yourself from trivial de-anonymization, even if the majority doesn't utilize them. The problem doesn't lie on privacy techniques, but on users who are confident with accepting arbitrary rules to pass from entities that don't want their good, and that rely on irrational mechanisms such as blacklisting every coin that comes from a mixer.

And we should fight for privacy protection, of course. The Lightning Network is a significant on-going update for those who value privacy.

We are so few.. code is the ONLY tool of power we have.. the only one.
15  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Privacy should be fought for on: October 02, 2022, 01:40:20 PM
The fact this isn't talked about much even more so after Canada froze bank accounts watching people tx bitcoin and ETH addresses tied to other ETH addresses are being black listed / banned is really bad.. 

BTC will fail or much much much worse become the money of enslavement if privacy is not added.. Unbreakable privacy..
16  Economy / Speculation / Re: Donít Panic II on: February 24, 2021, 01:55:47 PM
I feel BTC will hit 100k 99.999999% this bull run.

HODLING until 90k then taking profits for semi retirement Cheesy.


I will never sell all my BTC and neither should anyone the ability to fully control your wealth is amazing.
17  Economy / Speculation / Re: Bitcoin shoots past $19,000 as new ATH awaits on: November 24, 2020, 04:44:19 PM
Looking for a 20-30% pull back soon..

I am looking at a potential blow off top to 22k. 

Accumulation will take place at 14-16k is my prediction. 


18  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What will happen to Bitcoin after making new ATH? on: November 24, 2020, 04:38:55 PM
It will pull back to 14-16k and consolidate for a few months then.. I hope you have your moon boots ready. We might see a quick pop to 22k but a pull back is in the winds.
19  Economy / Speculation / Re: INFLUENCE OF BITCON ON ETHEREUM's PRICE on: November 24, 2020, 04:30:16 PM
I feel ETH has a lot of room to run.  I would even wager we have a mini alt coin season resulting in a bitcoin pull back before moving up again.
20  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Golden cross VS death cross on: July 17, 2020, 12:30:16 PM
Itís all a load of bull shit. Iíve lost count of the number of times people have been excited about a golden cross, predicting new highs & then nothing happens. Most TA is bollocks tbh!


BUT it is fun!! lol

I wish every bitcoin youtube video wasn't about TA though.
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