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June 20, 2013, 06:02:24 AM
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Has anyone successfully been able to use this? When submitting the TX to either http://blockchain.info/pushtx or https://coinb.in/send-raw-transaction.html it gets rejected. Anyone else have any luck?
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June 20, 2013, 06:41:34 AM
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Hello guys!

Congratulations for the development of that offline transaction implementation.

I was always worried about the "problem" with BTC's change.

Newbies are more than expected to commit that kind of mistake anytime.

Mea culpa: I've got to admit I lost a few LTC once (as a newbie then...) I was testing the "import privkey" feature in the official litecoin client in the past.

Suggestions: It would be nice if there were multiple Recipient Addresses forms in order to send transactions for more than just one BTC address.

And do not forget the "Transaction History" feature and the "Raw Transaction" generator as similiar to what's available at brainwallet.org.

Gonna follow this thread and count on this development.

Keep up the good work!

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June 20, 2013, 10:20:29 AM
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Has anyone successfully been able to use this? When submitting the TX to either http://blockchain.info/pushtx or https://coinb.in/send-raw-transaction.html it gets rejected. Anyone else have any luck?

I successfully used the version quoted below. Haven't tried in a while though.

You could always create a test offline address, with a tiny amount of BTC, then post a transaction from it here in case anyone will take a look at it. (I wouldn't know what to look for though).

The first prototype of w1R903's bitcoin-secured seems to work fine. I tried to make it more straightforward to use.

Online part:
http://offlinewallet.appspot.com/

Offline part:
http://offlinewallet.appspot.com/signtransaction.zip

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