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Question: Which Bitcoin Wallet Do You Use And Why? (Main Wallet)
Bitcoin Core - 1 (4.2%)
Blockchain - 0 (0%)
Trezor - 1 (4.2%)
BitGo - 0 (0%)
Xapo - 1 (4.2%)
Green Address - 0 (0%)
Hive - 0 (0%)
Coinapult - 0 (0%)
Circle - 0 (0%)
Coinkite - 0 (0%)
Ledger Nano - 1 (4.2%)
mSigna - 0 (0%)
Bither - 6 (25%)
MultiBit - 4 (16.7%)
Ninki - 0 (0%)
BigGo - 0 (0%)
Electrum - 6 (25%)
Armory - 0 (0%)
Mycelium - 3 (12.5%)
Airbitz - 0 (0%)
breadwallet - 0 (0%)
Dark Wallet - 0 (0%)
Samourai Wallet - 0 (0%)
Other (Please post below) - 1 (4.2%)
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June 10, 2015, 10:18:27 AM
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I have heard Electrum does not have such limitations and it gives more control on addresses.

mm thats sounds interesting, electrum was the one i never try dunno why, is electrum as light as multibit? because thats one of the goo thigns i love from multibit, if yes i should try it.

btw, i didnt mention blockchain wallet, very usefull & online, for me, the best online wallet possible. ( if i need to vote for an online one ofc ) Smiley
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June 10, 2015, 10:38:07 AM
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I have heard Electrum does not have such limitations and it gives more control on addresses.

mm thats sounds interesting, electrum was the one i never try dunno why, is electrum as light as multibit? because thats one of the goo thigns i love from multibit, if yes i should try it.

btw, i didnt mention blockchain wallet, very usefull & online, for me, the best online wallet possible. ( if i need to vote for an online one ofc ) Smiley

Yes, Electrum is as lightweight as Multibit because it does not store the full block chain on your PC, same as Multibit.

Another advantage of Electrum is that you can keep your wallet on an offline computer and sign transaction from it, then broadcast that transaction from an online computer. So you get best of both worlds: cold and hot storage. Ease of use combined with security.

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June 19, 2015, 09:15:18 AM
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Electrum  Grin it's simple, easy & most secured  Grin supports offline wallet, hardware wallet, 2FA wallet etc.

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June 19, 2015, 09:28:12 AM
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You could have put checkboxes instead of radiobuttons, a lot of people tend to have 2 wallets.

I use Multibit and Xapo.

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June 22, 2015, 09:05:04 PM
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Mm long list, I am agog to know why not Coinbase in list? Vault multisig, okay customer service, +3mil registered etc..

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June 23, 2015, 04:40:41 AM
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Mm long list, I am agog to know why not Coinbase in list? Vault multisig, okay customer service, +3mil registered etc..

Because it is an exchange, not a wallet. You can call it an online wallet, but you don't have control on your private keys, so it doesn't really qualify for a wallet.
If you really need an online wallet, blockchain.info is far batter than coinbase. They let you control on your private keys.

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June 23, 2015, 06:39:05 AM
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Mm long list, I am agog to know why not Coinbase in list? Vault multisig, okay customer service, +3mil registered etc..

Because it is an exchange, not a wallet. You can call it an online wallet, but you don't have control on your private keys, so it doesn't really qualify for a wallet.
If you really need an online wallet, blockchain.info is far batter than coinbase. They let you control on your private keys.

coinbase is a centralized bitcoin web wallet. We do not have 100% control on our coins in coinbase. If coinbase will become bankrupt (like mt.gox) then we'll lost all of our coins.

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June 23, 2015, 03:11:22 PM
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Because it is an exchange, not a wallet. You can call it an online wallet, but you don't have control on your private keys, so it doesn't really qualify for a wallet.
If you really need an online wallet, blockchain.info is far batter than coinbase. They let you control on your private keys.

coinbase is a centralized bitcoin web wallet. We do not have 100% control on our coins in coinbase. If coinbase will become bankrupt (like mt.gox) then we'll lost all of our coins.

Coinbase began supporting 2-of-3 multisig wallets about 8 months ago where you control 2 of the 3 keys. Unlike blockchain.info, there have been no known security failures (yet) with Coinbase wallets.
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