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May 17, 2017, 06:06:30 PM
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hi, i have a bitstamp-account. And i have createt a wallet - with private-key and public key. How can i transfer bitcoints from one wallet to another? Can i do that with bitstamp or with other tools?

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May 17, 2017, 06:13:01 PM
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You just need to have the other party's bitcoin address with you and you can send your coins through the exchange, albeit your account needs to be a verified one before they will allow you to do so. I am still a little bit confused whether you are asking for Bitstamp to Bitstamp wallet transfer or bitstamp to external wallet one?

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May 17, 2017, 08:18:00 PM
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thank you Stedsm, i am able to transfer bitcoins from bitstamp ot an external wallet. Bu how i can i

1. transfer bitcoints from the external wallet to bitstamp
2. tramsfer bitcoints from the external wallte to another external wallet?
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May 17, 2017, 08:38:48 PM
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All you need to do is send bitcoin to the public adress that you wanna transfer Money in.

This is the same idea for each transaction.

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May 17, 2017, 10:50:09 PM
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hi, i have a bitstamp-account. And i have createt a wallet - with private-key and public key. How can i transfer bitcoints from one wallet to another? Can i do that with bitstamp or with other tools?
Thats actually very easy, you just send bitcoins from bitstamp to your public key Smiley.

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May 18, 2017, 01:32:09 AM
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One way is to add the private key for the external wallet to any wallet client, and then create a send from exactly that address. The Blockchain.info wallet has a function letting you "sweep" balances from existing addresses into another one.

I think there used to be functions on bitaddress.org for generating a send transaction given a private key, but they basically say to do the above now.

Hope that helps! Tips welcome: 1test8HVkbsP48cSTTVEPTrRXXd7cJ8bq
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May 18, 2017, 11:39:22 AM
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As you need to withdraw coins from your Bitstamp wallet, I will re-direct you towards their help page.

https://www.bitstamp.net/faq/#btc_withdraw

There is a section called "BITCOIN WITHDRAWAL".

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To withdraw Bitcoins go to “Withdrawal” and select “Bitcoin” on the side menu. Enter the withdrawal address, the sum of BTC to be withdrawn and click “Withdraw”.

I a not using a Bitstamp account, and therefore don't have an idea about how much time it is going to take.

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May 18, 2017, 03:48:50 PM
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thank you!

How do i  concrete transfer bitcoints from the external wallet(f.e. a paper wallet) to my bitstamp-account?
f.e. i put bitcoins from bitstamp to this wallet createt with: https://www.bitaddress.org/bitaddress.org-v3.3.0-SHA256-dec17c07685e1870960903d8f58090475b25af946fe95a734f88408cef4aa194.html
Wallet-Key: 1BrQLtfbeA9EM4Pw71kc3eQd9pQ4QWwMw8
Private Key: Kyxv1N1Pa67BnuogCjHwPEJr3iJsfbZ6FcAnkvuA3LuLSeArivmc

How can i transfer the bitcoins back again to the bitstamp-wallet(or another wallet)?

One way is to add the private key for the external wallet to any wallet client, and then create a send from exactly that address. The Blockchain.info wallet has a function letting you "sweep" balances from existing addresses into another one.
I testet the blockchain.info wallet-page. But i can´t tansfer bitcoins from my external wallet to the bockchain.info-wallet.
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May 18, 2017, 04:23:55 PM
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Does the external wallet have a QR code for sending? It contains a private key which looks kind of like: 5HrVwYrQsUcUaKgvvnzyDSR3Q5r65QYF6h9MrFZhkNGpKSg1B6d

If you already have such a key for the wallet, you can put it into the blockchain wallet. On the left under Settings, Addresses, look for Import Address

If you need to scan a QR code to get the key, using blockchain's app would be most secure. Otherwise any QR code reader can read the key, but you would then have to get it securely from your phone to your computer.

Once imported to blockchain wallet, you will see the balance appear. You can then send from that wallet directly to any address.


Remember that it is not strictly an external wallet after this, but the same process would be done with the software client. You can keep using it as long as you trust blockchain.


[edit] By the way the private key I posted is fake. Never post or share a private key with anyone unless you want to give them permanent control of that address. Your blockchain wallet is encrypted and runs in your browser so that your key stays private, so importing the key there is not a big deal.
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May 19, 2017, 12:11:49 AM
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If you want to transfer your bitcoin one wallet to another you need the wallet address that's you want to send if you use coinbase then go to send/request and click on send then paste the wallet address then choice how much you want to send and click on send then click on confirm button.

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May 19, 2017, 04:43:51 PM
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No complications. Just the wallet address is enough to be placed on the concerned spot which is provided. Most of the wallet has automatic fee and if not set your​ own fee and send it.

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May 21, 2017, 10:28:09 AM
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O.k., do i understand it rightly?

How do i  concrete transfer bitcoints from the external wallet(f.e. a paper wallet) to my bitstamp-account?
f.e. i put bitcoins from bitstamp to this wallet createt with: https://www.bitaddress.org/bitaddress.org-v3.3.0-SHA256-dec17c07685e1870960903d8f58090475b25af946fe95a734f88408cef4aa194.html
Wallet-Key: 1BrQLtfbeA9EM4Pw71kc3eQd9pQ4QWwMw8
Private Key: Kyxv1N1Pa67BnuogCjHwPEJr3iJsfbZ6FcAnkvuA3LuLSeArivmc

How can i transfer the bitcoins back again to the bitstamp-wallet(or another wallet)?

1. I create a accnt over here: https://blockchain.info/de/wallet/#/
2. I click on the left under Settings, Addresses, look for Import Address and put in: Kyxv1N1Pa67BnuogCjHwPEJr3iJsfbZ6FcAnkvuA3LuLSeArivmc
3. and how do i transfer bitcoins from my to blockchain.ino importet wallet to another wallet(where i have the Wallet- and Private-key from)?
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May 25, 2017, 09:03:53 PM
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Julia, please be careful: DO NOT send any bitcoin to that address, ever!

You've published the private key, which means that anyone reading this can take the money by adding it to their own account! It's like the key to a house. If someone copies it, they can unlock the door just like the owner.

The only thing that keeps you in control of your cryptocurrency is that your private key MUST be kept private.

In your blockchain.info wallet, next to the Send button. simply click "Request" and it will give you a secure address. Just copy that address in order to send it from bitstamp.

Also, Bitstamp should also be able to give you your own "deposit" address so that you can send coins from your blockchain wallet to your bitstamp account, just using that Send button.

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