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September 17, 2017, 02:09:41 PM
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Hi, I followed the steps for a transaction between a cold wallet and a watching only one, but I couldn't finish it. I created and saved an unsigned transaction in a pen drive and tried to get my transaction signed in the offline wallet, but I couldn't because the "sign" button wasn't activated. So the Transaction ID didn't appear. What happened? Please if you can help me.
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September 17, 2017, 02:22:13 PM
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Where did you find the instruction from, also what wallet are you using? Also do you have the needed amount of bitcoin? Im not sure if you are referring to watch only address or what type of "watching". However you can save the coinb.in on your computer, and use it for signing transactions offline. Then use the same tool for broadcasting the tx.

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September 17, 2017, 02:35:48 PM
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Hi, I followed the steps for a transaction between a cold wallet and a watching only one, but I couldn't finish it. I created and saved an unsigned transaction in a pen drive and tried to get my transaction signed in the offline wallet, but I couldn't because the "sign" button wasn't activated. So the Transaction ID didn't appear. What happened? Please if you can help me.

Presumably you're using electrum.
In electrum, did you:
1. In the inline computer click send, and put in the amounts, fee and address and then hit preview?
2. Click save to save that transaction to a file on the pen drive.
3. On the offline computer, locate the file on the pen drive after clicking "load" > from file. And then in the window hit sign? Is this the sign key that's stuck?

If it isn't electrum, can you point us to the wallet you're using to store the private key.

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