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August 19, 2016, 04:16:12 AM
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I have checked for android mycelium, electrum and breadwallet but no multisig supported. Any idea on this?

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August 19, 2016, 07:40:55 AM
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I have checked for android mycelium, electrum and breadwallet but no multisig supported. Any idea on this?

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Is BitGo a mobile wallet?  If it is I am quite sure that BitGo has multisignature supported.

On the top of my memory, it creates two escrow services during transactions. Hope this helps you.

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August 19, 2016, 09:24:41 AM
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I think Coinbase is multisig supported https://www.coinbase.com/multisig?locale=en
I have an account there but haven't tried to use it yet. They have a mobile app that can be downloaded over android but for me I dont suggest using your smart phone for any Bitcoin related transaction. If you lost your smart phone, someone can try to force their way in your BTC wallet.
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August 19, 2016, 09:27:29 AM
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I think Coinbase is multisig supported https://www.coinbase.com/multisig?locale=en
I have an account there but haven't tried to use it yet. They have a mobile app that can be downloaded over android but for me I dont suggest using your smart phone for any Bitcoin related transaction. If you lost your smart phone, someone can try to force their way in your BTC wallet.
Mobile wallets have some safety features like PIN etc.Even if someone get access s to your mobile,he can not get into your wallet without that PIN

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August 19, 2016, 09:35:01 AM
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I think Coinbase is multisig supported https://www.coinbase.com/multisig?locale=en
I have an account there but haven't tried to use it yet. They have a mobile app that can be downloaded over android but for me I dont suggest using your smart phone for any Bitcoin related transaction. If you lost your smart phone, someone can try to force their way in your BTC wallet.
Mobile wallets have some safety features like PIN etc.Even if someone get access s to your mobile,he can not get into your wallet without that PIN
Yes in the case of Coinbase its a four digit pin but what are the possibilities that someone that you know, someone close to you and someone who's been observing you might have had a glimpse on how you entered the 4 digit pin code special if its known that you have a stash of Bitcoins hidden somewhere. It's one thing that I don't like about technology, finances connected to a mobile phone which can be lost or stolen. BTW I'm still using an old bar phone.
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August 19, 2016, 09:39:20 AM
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I think Coinbase is multisig supported https://www.coinbase.com/multisig?locale=en
I have an account there but haven't tried to use it yet. They have a mobile app that can be downloaded over android but for me I dont suggest using your smart phone for any Bitcoin related transaction. If you lost your smart phone, someone can try to force their way in your BTC wallet.
Mobile wallets have some safety features like PIN etc.Even if someone get access s to your mobile,he can not get into your wallet without that PIN

Mobile app wallet will not be safe according to me because people who is close to you can hack the pin easily and next to pin your account can easily accessible by that person so it's not safe dude.
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August 19, 2016, 10:31:17 PM
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I think Coinbase is multisig supported https://www.coinbase.com/multisig?locale=en
I have an account there but haven't tried to use it yet. They have a mobile app that can be downloaded over android but for me I dont suggest using your smart phone for any Bitcoin related transaction. If you lost your smart phone, someone can try to force their way in your BTC wallet.
Mobile wallets have some safety features like PIN etc.Even if someone get access s to your mobile,he can not get into your wallet without that PIN

Mobile app wallet will not be safe according to me because people who is close to you can hack the pin easily and next to pin your account can easily accessible by that person so it's not safe dude.
of course such things as mobile apps are never safe because they can be easily hacked or the phone also might be hacked

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August 27, 2016, 02:13:52 AM
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Coinbase is my choice at this time or Bitgo

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August 27, 2016, 02:26:29 AM
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I think Coinbase is multisig supported https://www.coinbase.com/multisig?locale=en
I have an account there but haven't tried to use it yet. They have a mobile app that can be downloaded over android but for me I dont suggest using your smart phone for any Bitcoin related transaction. If you lost your smart phone, someone can try to force their way in your BTC wallet.
Mobile wallets have some safety features like PIN etc.Even if someone get access s to your mobile,he can not get into your wallet without that PIN

Mobile app wallet will not be safe according to me because people who is close to you can hack the pin easily and next to pin your account can easily accessible by that person so it's not safe dude.

Any other wallet are vulnerable and not safe if you let anyone else know your password or pin. Just create a secure pin that no one else will know.
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August 27, 2016, 02:27:53 AM
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I would recommend CoPay. It's an awesome wallet, allows for you to use multisig capabilities easily (basically you send a transaction and it lets others in your network know so that they can accept or reject the send), gives access to your private/public keys so you can derive things from it, etc. Great app and works on mobile and Windows.


 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 




















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August 27, 2016, 07:35:48 AM
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Greenbits is a multi-signatory android bitcoin wallet that supports hardware wallets like Ledger and Trezor as well.

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