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October 14, 2015, 03:25:44 PM
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laptops run desktop operating systems and have the same security vulnerabilities. More actually since they are more likely to connect to public wifi.
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October 14, 2015, 07:38:25 PM
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bread might be a scam to hack us all
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October 14, 2015, 08:18:11 PM
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bread might be a scam to hack us all

Code is open source, and anyone can compare app store binaries against one they build themselves and then examine any differences. We continue to work to remove sources of non-determinism from the build process so that binaries will be identical, as is done with bitcoin-core.
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October 15, 2015, 01:03:56 AM
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Is it possible to access the same funds using my laptop (bitcoin-qt) and my iPhone (bread) and keep the two wallets in sync?

You should never store Bitcoin private keys on a desktop system unless you are a security expert who knows how to harden that system against malware. Bitcoin is digital cash and requires a much higher standard of security than a typical web service login.

It's not a desktop system.  I said laptop. You answer was nothing but spam. DUH I know it's digital cash and that I am my own bank....
if u want to use the same wallet for both platforms get the private key off bitcoin qt and get the bither wallet on your smartphone import key and ur done  Wink
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October 15, 2015, 07:08:17 AM
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bread might be a scam to hack us all

Why scam when you have a reliable product that people use? Wink

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bread might be a scam to hack us all

Code is open source, and anyone can compare app store binaries against one they build themselves and then examine any differences. We continue to work to remove sources of non-determinism from the build process so that binaries will be identical, as is done with bitcoin-core.

That "scam" wouldn't go too far Cheesy
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October 15, 2015, 07:25:11 AM
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I'm currently on an Android phone and make use of MyCelium as a hot wallet.

With MyCelium I'm able to 'import/link' the wallets I have on my Trezor by using a USB On-The-Go cable. So I'm able to send funds from my Trezor through MyCelium.

I will however be switching to an iPhone towards the end of the month and was wondering whether the iOS version of MyCelium can also do this, if not, is there any other iOS wallet with similar functionality?

If not is there one that will allow me to import the xpub keys of the Trezor wallets as watch-only wallets?

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October 16, 2015, 10:07:49 PM
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I'm currently on an Android phone and make use of MyCelium as a hot wallet.

With MyCelium I'm able to 'import/link' the wallets I have on my Trezor by using a USB On-The-Go cable. So I'm able to send funds from my Trezor through MyCelium.

I will however be switching to an iPhone towards the end of the month and was wondering whether the iOS version of MyCelium can also do this, if not, is there any other iOS wallet with similar functionality?

If not is there one that will allow me to import the xpub keys of the Trezor wallets as watch-only wallets?



iOS has no USB OTG functionality. As for the xpub importing, I cannot answer, but so far I haven't come across a wallet that allowed such a thing.
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October 17, 2015, 12:12:40 AM
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I'm currently on an Android phone and make use of MyCelium as a hot wallet.

With MyCelium I'm able to 'import/link' the wallets I have on my Trezor by using a USB On-The-Go cable. So I'm able to send funds from my Trezor through MyCelium.

I will however be switching to an iPhone towards the end of the month and was wondering whether the iOS version of MyCelium can also do this, if not, is there any other iOS wallet with similar functionality?

If not is there one that will allow me to import the xpub keys of the Trezor wallets as watch-only wallets?



ArcBit can import and watch your xpub key.

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November 01, 2015, 11:36:43 AM
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Where is it? ETA??
Breadwallet has been out for ages, and it's hands down the absolute best wallet app on iOS by far.

I'm very happy with apps like Breadwallet (iOS) and Mycelium (Android), because it makes introducing Bitcoin to new people SO much easier. These apps are actually accessible, and usable by normal people.

In theory, there's no difference between theory and practice. In practice, there is.
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November 01, 2015, 11:39:52 AM
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Is it possible to access the same funds using my laptop (bitcoin-qt) and my iPhone (bread) and keep the two wallets in sync?

You should never store Bitcoin private keys on a desktop system unless you are a security expert who knows how to harden that system against malware. Bitcoin is digital cash and requires a much higher standard of security than a typical web service login.

It's not a desktop system.  I said laptop. You answer was nothing but spam. DUH I know it's digital cash and that I am my own bank....
Desktop and laptop are exactly the same in that context. And it's just good practice of Aaron to point out that it requires a much higher sense of security, as 99% of all desktop users (that means 'desktop OS', like Windows or OS X or Linux, i.e. it also includes your laptop) are absolutely incapable of securely storing private keys on their system.

In theory, there's no difference between theory and practice. In practice, there is.
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November 08, 2015, 12:48:40 PM
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I have to confirm advices above, just stick to http://breadwallet.com/ - it is simply the best wallet for IOS available.
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