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October 21, 2016, 01:49:54 PM
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Hi,

So I have been using Blockchain as my wallet and Coinbase to buy some btc. I sent btc back and forth for payments etc. I have been out of bitcoin for a little while now. Are there any other real/trusted/reputable wallets?

Thanks!

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October 21, 2016, 01:52:09 PM
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Hi,

So I have been using Blockchain as my wallet and Coinbase to buy some btc. I sent btc back and forth for payments etc. I have been out of bitcoin for a little while now. Are there any other real/trusted/reputable wallets?

Thanks!


fixed that for you Wink

I don't consider either blockchain.info nor coinbase to be trustable... If you're not the one in controll of your private keys, you're not the one in controll of your bitcoins!!! I would suggest you to stay away from online wallets.

If you want a trustworthy wallet, i'd suggest you pick a desktop wallet from here:
https://bitcoin.org/en/choose-your-wallet

Personally, i'm a fan of the core wallet, but it takes a long time to sync and uses a lot of diskspace if you dont use prune mode.
Electrum or multibit HD are great to, they're deterministic SPV wallets, they only download the block headers, making them small and fast to sync, while still keeping your private keys on your desktop pc (so in your controll)

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October 21, 2016, 02:07:09 PM
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Thanks Smiley I wasn't aware of those desktop wallets. How about loosing your pc, hard disk or even hacking the pc?

Coinbase seemed pretty secure right? so is blockchain.. other than you don't control the keys. But otherwise a good cloud solution?

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October 21, 2016, 02:13:21 PM
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Thanks Smiley I wasn't aware of those desktop wallets. How about loosing your pc, hard disk or even hacking the pc?
That is why you make backups of your wallet (encrypted of course) and store them in other, safe locations.

Coinbase seemed pretty secure right? so is blockchain.. other than you don't control the keys. But otherwise a good cloud solution?
"Secure". Web wallets are not advised. If the service one day shuts down, then your Bitcoin is going with them. They control your private keys (well blockchain.info claims they don't, but it is impossible to know) and could in theory steal your Bitcoin. Or, if they are hacked, then the hackers can steal your Bitcoin.

Furthermore, the customer support for Coinbase and Blockchain.info are known to be rather crappy. Coinbase is also known to have closed down people's accounts (supposedly because they were gambling) and prevented them from accessing their money.

With desktop wallets, most don't have actual customer support, but there are typically large communities using those wallets and those users are always helpful. This doesn't work for Coinbase or bc.i because people can't do anything with their servers.

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October 21, 2016, 03:28:20 PM
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Ok, so basically the best method is a desktop wallet. Then make copies of your wallet (encrypted) and saved them on your email, or your cloud.

Technically this encrytpted wallet could be floating around right? because it cannot be decrypted.

So maybe this is the way to go.

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October 21, 2016, 03:41:05 PM
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Ok, so basically the best method is a desktop wallet.
Yes. Desktop wallets are one of the best wallets. Even more secure options (but slightly less convenient) are paper wallets (which should only be used for long-term cold storage) and hardware wallets.

Then make copies of your wallet (encrypted) and saved them on your email, or your cloud.
Well, maybe not there. Even with encryption, it still isn't the greatest idea to store sensitive information online. It would probably be better to put a copy onto a couple flash drives and CDs and then store those somewhere. Maybe one in your home and one in a safety deposit box.

Technically this encrytpted wallet could be floating around right? because it cannot be decrypted.
Not necessarily. Not all encryption methods are foolproof. And if you do not use a very strong password, the encryption does not really help. You could keep a copy online, but make sure that you are really the only person who can truly access it. Don't have it "floating around" because people will find your wallet and attempt to decrypt it.

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October 21, 2016, 05:34:48 PM
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Oh I see hehe

I have this image of my writing down the encryption password on a wall stud around the house haha

OK, yes, I guess i went too far regarding having copies of the wallet anywhere but I do get the point.

Thanks!

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October 22, 2016, 12:07:48 AM
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Althought people say that online wallets aren't safe, I use it. Blockchain.info is a trusted wallet, many people are using it and with high BTC volums. There is some risk for sure, because it's online, but for a small amount of money there is no problem.

But if you have a big amount and fear to use online services try the desktop wallet. Risk anyway, is everywhere, safest way would be to have the BTCs in your own hands on real world, but it's not possible...

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October 22, 2016, 12:14:35 AM
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Hi,

So I have been using Blockchain as my wallet and Coinbase to buy some btc. I sent btc back and forth for payments etc. I have been out of bitcoin for a little while now. Are there any other real/trusted/reputable wallets?

Thanks!

They are both trusted wallets but it is not safe to use a web wallet where you do not complete access to your private key. You may want to consider backing the privateky of your wallet because web wallets can go down sometimes and you may not be able to access your wallet so that you can import the privatekey to a differet wallet like electrum.
Do not keep big amounts of bitcoins in wallets like that. Consider a desktop wallet or a paper wallet or a ledger.
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October 22, 2016, 12:35:43 AM
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Althought people say that online wallets aren't safe, I use it. Blockchain.info is a trusted wallet, many people are using it and with high BTC volums. There is some risk for sure, because it's online, but for a small amount of money there is no problem.

But if you have a big amount and fear to use online services try the desktop wallet. Risk anyway, is everywhere, safest way would be to have the BTCs in your own hands on real world, but it's not possible...

Mtgox was the most used exchange and had the highest Bitcoin volume. Bitcoin services have evolved a lot since then, but it's still supposed to be a trustless peer-to-peer system.

You are far better off by using a wallet where you and nobody else controls the private keys.

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October 22, 2016, 02:38:23 AM
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Hi,

So I have been using Blockchain as my wallet and Coinbase to buy some btc. I sent btc back and forth for payments etc. I have been out of bitcoin for a little while now. Are there any other real/trusted/reputable wallets?

Thanks!


As other  members said here  ,  they would  not suggest  online wallets  because  of the risk regarding on your bitcoins but  for me  if you do store  only small amounts  of bitcoin then  web wallets would be  quite comfortable  on easy access and  transferring  but  if you  hold  huge amounts of bitcoin then its the time  you   would  use either   hardware or desktop wallets.

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October 22, 2016, 02:50:42 AM
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Hi,

So I have been using Blockchain as my wallet and Coinbase to buy some btc. I sent btc back and forth for payments etc. I have been out of bitcoin for a little while now. Are there any other real/trusted/reputable wallets?

Thanks!

lol , there are no other wallet which are more trusted than blockchain because the blockchain wallet is main wallet of bitcoin and it is the official and first wallet of bitcoin and it is also much safe wallet than other because i am.using this wallet from 2 years and facing no problem .


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October 22, 2016, 05:02:33 AM
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Althought people say that online wallets aren't safe, I use it. Blockchain.info is a trusted wallet, many people are using it and with high BTC volums. There is some risk for sure, because it's online, but for a small amount of money there is no problem.

But if you have a big amount and fear to use online services try the desktop wallet. Risk anyway, is everywhere, safest way would be to have the BTCs in your own hands on real world, but it's not possible...

Mtgox was the most used exchange and had the highest Bitcoin volume. Bitcoin services have evolved a lot since then, but it's still supposed to be a trustless peer-to-peer system.

You are far better off by using a wallet where you and nobody else controls the private keys.

How can anyone steal it from me then? I keep all my informations safe and there is security levels also on wallet, there is no way to someone know about my personal info.

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Althought people say that online wallets aren't safe, I use it. Blockchain.info is a trusted wallet, many people are using it and with high BTC volums. There is some risk for sure, because it's online, but for a small amount of money there is no problem.

But if you have a big amount and fear to use online services try the desktop wallet. Risk anyway, is everywhere, safest way would be to have the BTCs in your own hands on real world, but it's not possible...

Mtgox was the most used exchange and had the highest Bitcoin volume. Bitcoin services have evolved a lot since then, but it's still supposed to be a trustless peer-to-peer system.

You are far better off by using a wallet where you and nobody else controls the private keys.

How can anyone steal it from me then? I keep all my informations safe and there is security levels also on wallet, there is no way to someone know about my personal info.

No one could able to  steal  it  from you  unless if you  gave them your  private keys and other  important    informations related  in to your account. THe risk on  web wallets is that  you dont have  the possesion on your  private keys which is  somehow risky when you do store  large amounts of bitcoin.

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Althought people say that online wallets aren't safe, I use it. Blockchain.info is a trusted wallet, many people are using it and with high BTC volums. There is some risk for sure, because it's online, but for a small amount of money there is no problem.

But if you have a big amount and fear to use online services try the desktop wallet. Risk anyway, is everywhere, safest way would be to have the BTCs in your own hands on real world, but it's not possible...

Mtgox was the most used exchange and had the highest Bitcoin volume. Bitcoin services have evolved a lot since then, but it's still supposed to be a trustless peer-to-peer system.

You are far better off by using a wallet where you and nobody else controls the private keys.

How can anyone steal it from me then? I keep all my informations safe and there is security levels also on wallet, there is no way to someone know about my personal info.

No one could able to  steal  it  from you  unless if you  gave them your  private keys and other  important    informations related  in to your account. THe risk on  web wallets is that  you dont have  the possesion on your  private keys which is  somehow risky when you do store  large amounts of bitcoin.

Hmm, can you you recommend me a good wallet so? Maybe Bitcoin Core - Wallet?

I never used another kind of wallet, just Blockchain.info, so I don't know much about another wallet systems.

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October 22, 2016, 08:31:24 PM
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If you're not the one in controll of your private keys, you're not the one in controll of your bitcoins!!! I would suggest you to stay away from online wallets.
Agree 100%.
Never trust any online wallet, always be in controll of your funds. Exchanges/online wallets get hacked all the time, its only matter of time when your funds will be lost forever.

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Hmm, can you you recommend me a good wallet so? Maybe Bitcoin Core - Wallet?

I never used another kind of wallet, just Blockchain.info, so I don't know much about another wallet systems.

If you have an Android phone use mycelium (I don't know what to use on iOS), if you want a option for PC I suggest electrum. Electrum is nice because it does not download the whole block chain. So it does not need a lot of storage.

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October 22, 2016, 09:47:13 PM
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I use mycelium as my main wallet because it means I have access to the private keys and have full control over my wallet. I occasionally use xapo if I need to send alot of small transactions as they cover the fees however I wouldn't recommend storing large amounts in wallets like xapo. I have also used vanitygen to generate a few addresses, just make sure you don't use a website to generate them for you.
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October 23, 2016, 12:16:41 AM
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Hi,

So I have been using Blockchain as my wallet and Coinbase to buy some btc. I sent btc back and forth for payments etc. I have been out of bitcoin for a little while now. Are there any other real/trusted/reputable wallets?

Thanks!

lol , there are no other wallet which are more trusted than blockchain because the blockchain wallet is main wallet of bitcoin and it is the official and first wallet of bitcoin and it is also much safe wallet than other because i am.using this wallet from 2 years and facing no problem .
Are you kidding??
First of all blockchain.info is not the official wallet nor the main or first wallet of bitcoin like you've just said.
It must be Bitcoin Core which is created by Satoshi Nakamoto. But to be honest there is no such thing as an official bitcoin wallet due to the bitcoin is open source and there's no such a bitcoin company in bitcoin world, so no one can't declare any wallet to be official in my opinion. About is blockchain safe? well this has been discused so many time before, in multiple threads that online wallet is not safe anymore as we can see there was DNS attack last week and the site go offline for few hours, well what if the site is offline forever? or if they are hacked?
I hope you get my point, no offense or something.



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October 23, 2016, 08:10:03 AM
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Thanks Smiley I wasn't aware of those desktop wallets. How about loosing your pc, hard disk or even hacking the pc?

Coinbase seemed pretty secure right? so is blockchain.. other than you don't control the keys. But otherwise a good cloud solution?

You'll find a LOT of people on here telling you how unsafe online wallets are but really it's like saying it's better to walk than to fly in plane because walking is not as risky   Roll Eyes Sure there are some risks associated with having your coins in an online wallet but in my opinion the advantages far outweigh the risks. I'm one of the few on here who use Coinbase exclusively, I've been with them for over 2 years and have never had any issue. I don't have to carry a local wallet/private key with me, I can access my coins from any computer anywhere in the world. My coins at Coinbase are insured, I can store them offline plus I never pay transaction fees when sending from my Coinbase account.
I would suggest that you don't let people scare you into anything, read up, ask questions, assess the risks for yourself and see what works best for you.
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