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September 12, 2017, 03:52:14 PM
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Which is the best wallet for bitcoin with the tiniest fees?

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September 12, 2017, 03:55:19 PM
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Which is the best wallet for bitcoin with the tiniest fees?

It depends what kind of wallet you want !
I have a bitcoin wallet on GDAX which has ZERO fees for
transferring bitcoin and litecoin from it to another external wallet!
That is depending on whether you want an online wallet.

MOre info can be found on this thread about wallets - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1631151.0

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September 12, 2017, 03:58:53 PM
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There's no such thing as a tiny fee wallet. There are wallets that let you decide the fee, and wallets that don't. At this point in time it's pointless using a wallet that doesn't let you control the fee as their own settings are so out of whack.

If you have an Android phone then Mycelium and Coinomi and no doubt a few others let you control the fee now. If you have a PC then Electrum does too.

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September 12, 2017, 11:45:54 PM
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Electrum wallet as mentioned or Bitwala if you prefer online wallet or Airbitz if you prefer an android app. This 3 wallets let you set "tiny" fees if you have no problem to wait longer to see a transaction completed. Personally I prefer to pay decent fees instead to wait a long time, or use an altcoin

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September 12, 2017, 11:49:47 PM
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It is not in wallet's business how big the fee is, because the fee is paid to the miner that confirm your transaction. You cant really say that a wallet has bigger fees than another wallet, because as I said not the wallet controls the fee, it depends on the market
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September 12, 2017, 11:54:46 PM
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Electrum wallet as mentioned or Bitwala if you prefer online wallet or Airbitz if you prefer an android app. This 3 wallets let you set "tiny" fees if you have no problem to wait longer to see a transaction completed. Personally I prefer to pay decent fees instead to wait a long time, or use an altcoin
for safe and reliable wallet then i choose electrum. because it has private keys then I can secure account of hacking action.
for online wallet I choose blockchain, although it has a large fee but the blockchain has a high trust and security level.

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September 12, 2017, 11:58:42 PM
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Electrum wallet as mentioned or Bitwala if you prefer online wallet or Airbitz if you prefer an android app. This 3 wallets let you set "tiny" fees if you have no problem to wait longer to see a transaction completed. Personally I prefer to pay decent fees instead to wait a long time, or use an altcoin

electrum wallet still need use sending fee
if youre set up zero fee, youre transaction is never confirmation

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September 12, 2017, 11:59:56 PM
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Im using coinbase,mycellium and jax these are the best wallet for me

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September 13, 2017, 12:06:09 AM
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Which is the best wallet for bitcoin with the tiniest fees?
Almost all wallets have fees ofcourse but the most cheapest is the blockchain,but sometimes the fees goes above 5$ but its worth it because transaction time is faster

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September 13, 2017, 12:06:36 AM
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Which is the best wallet for bitcoin with the tiniest fees?

Ive tried electrum andI love it's security features also tried Exodus but the network sometimes is off, but both had a great security which is a must for a desktop if there's other wallet that will come out I will also test it myself also.

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I use blockchain wallet and it let me add the fees I want to, try it.
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September 13, 2017, 12:10:14 AM
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Which is the best wallet for bitcoin with the tiniest fees?

It matters what you want. Bottom line - keep away from exchanges. Sites such as Coinbase are not too secure and have high transaction fees as well as being slow at sending out the actual transaction to the blockchain. I have had a transaction pending in Coinbase for 35 hours before it was actually sent out to the blockchain. Till then, I was quite scared that I had lost my BTCs.

Try choose a wallet for reliability and security, and not low transaction fees. While the fees are high, it will ensure that your coins can be sent without any worries. I would recommend you use electrum. It is free and allows you to set the cost of the transaction fee /kilobyte.

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September 13, 2017, 01:32:38 AM
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I don't know any wallets that has tiniest fee. But I heard some that has the zero fee. Well I am using coins.ph wallet. For philippine use. It is a good wallet. But I think you should try blockchain wallets or mycellium.



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September 13, 2017, 01:54:44 AM
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Which is the best wallet for bitcoin with the tiniest fees?

I use c-cex and jaxx but i dont think there is less fess wallet, all that i know that if you trade a one time bigger amount is the lesser fees you can get but if you trade a lesser amount in many transaction is the more total fees you can get. Just plan to transact huge amount in a time during every transactions and save more fees the one time bigger is the better.

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Electrum wallet as mentioned or Bitwala if you prefer online wallet or Airbitz if you prefer an android app. This 3 wallets let you set "tiny" fees if you have no problem to wait longer to see a transaction completed. Personally I prefer to pay decent fees instead to wait a long time, or use an altcoin

I know right? It doesn't matter if the fees are that high as long as you have a good amount of bitcoin to transact and as long as your transaction is being confirmed. The transaction tine is not a problem now so I think the problem now is how much are you transacting and how much are you gonna pay for it.



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September 13, 2017, 03:52:44 AM
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I just use the wallet from blockchain i.e., online info, for me using web wallet from blockchain is enough because when compared to other web wallet, blockchain more quickly and cheaply.

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September 13, 2017, 07:21:58 AM
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Different wallets have different fees and speed.
Coinbase is a mid value wallet the fees is comparatively low and speed is also slow (40 min for 1 confirmation).
Xapo takes 20% more fees than coinbase but the transaction speed is really fast as they do it on their network (max 20 min for 1 confirmation).
Blockchain allows you to set fees but recently made new changes on their site so i decided to avoid it (1 confirmation depends on fees selected) .
The cheapest fees is surely from a desktop wallet or a hardware wallet as they have a option to select the fees amount unlike current online wallets which barely has any variations.
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In This world have a many wallets as like digital currency but i'm use coinbase and Blockchain. I This Blockchain is a one of the best one.

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I don't know any wallets that has tiniest fee. But I heard some that has the zero fee. Well I am using coins.ph wallet. For philippine use. It is a good wallet. But I think you should try blockchain wallets or mycellium.
I used blockchain wallet to store my bitcoin and mycelium for mobile wallet. But i used freebitco.in to received some of my income in multiple method and i always monitor the withdrawal fee because there is a time that fee is very cheap and that is the right time to transfer my earnings to blockchain. And i will recommend it to other bitcoin users.

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Which is the best wallet for bitcoin with the tiniest fees?

we have both software and hardware wallets so in that we have to consider and choose best wallet they are like hardware wallet in that ledger nano s, keepkey, trezor. those are best and secure wallets for saving our private keys. they are good to safe our coins, easy to backup, and scure, it can easy to set up and less technical users. hotwallets also bit coin saving wallets. it can save private key more secure. mycelium, electreum, airbitz those all are best and secure wallets.
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Wallets that support SegWit addresses will help you save on fees, so:

For mobile devices, GreenBits and Samourai Wallet support SegWit addresses. GreenBits is officially available, but Samourai Wallet isn't officially released yet, but you can still get it to try it out.

AirBitz is in the process of rebranding themselves to "Edge" and will have SegWit address support when that is released.

For desktop use, Electrum 3.0 isn't out yet but will have SegWit address support.

The latest version of the Bitcoin Core client supports generating SegWit addresses on the console, and will support them in the GUI in 0.15.1.
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Which is the best wallet for bitcoin with the tiniest fees?

There are different types of wallets. You can choose between online-, hardware-, lightweight-, mobile- and classic (full node) wallets.
The transaction fee is not dependend on the wallet you use. Its depending on how much transaction are waiting for confirmations.
You can check the current average fee to get your transaction confirmed within x blocks here: https://bitcoinfees.21.co.

What you are basically looking for is a wallet with adjustable fees.
If you are looking for a wallet for your desktop pc i would recommend electrum as a lightweight wallet (does not need whole blockchain).
You can adjust fee as you wish within electrum.
If you want a mobile wallet i would recommend mycelium. The fee is "pretty adjustable". You cant set it manually, but you got a lot of options
to chose from. Those range from 10 B/Sat to 300+ B/Sat.
If you are going to store big amounts of bitcoins you should use a paper wallet or (for better usability) a hardware wallet.
A more detailed list of bitcoin wallets can be found here: https://www.weusecoins.com/en/find-the-best-bitcoin-wallet/

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Electrum 3.0 has been released.
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