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March 22, 2013, 05:27:50 AM
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This is what I'd like to set up, ideally..

[bitcoinVault] = where I'd only deposit btc, not sell

[bitcoinSavings] = where I'd deposit frequently, and sell once and awhile

[bitcoinChecking] = where I'd buy and sell for speculating



Can someone recommend the best way to setup up 3 wallet addresses that would meet my needs?
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March 22, 2013, 05:29:12 AM
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You could use blockchain.info's MyWallet system. You can organize multiple address on one account; it makes everything pretty easy.
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March 22, 2013, 05:31:03 AM
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This is what I'd like to set up, ideally..

[bitcoinVault] = where I'd only deposit btc, not sell

[bitcoinSavings] = where I'd deposit frequently, and sell once and awhile

[bitcoinChecking] = where I'd buy and sell for speculating



Can someone recommend the best way to setup up 3 wallet addresses that would meet my needs?

Get armory you can do all three, first one you setup a paper wallet, then create an offline computer to create offline tx then use an online computer to send it, and then you can use it as a regular online wallet.

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March 22, 2013, 05:33:38 AM
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This is what I'd like to set up, ideally..

[bitcoinVault] = where I'd only deposit btc, not sell

[bitcoinSavings] = where I'd deposit frequently, and sell once and awhile

[bitcoinChecking] = where I'd buy and sell for speculating



Can someone recommend the best way to setup up 3 wallet addresses that would meet my needs?

best thing for [bitcoinVault] is to create one Paper wallet (https://www.bitaddress.org), write address for future deposits, and put that Paper wallet somewhere safe (in your bank? noot!)


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