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October 12, 2017, 10:17:12 AM
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Try https://coinb.in to generate addresses and transactions. You can download the website source and run it locally. You only need an internet connection to push transaction.
I don't think we can rely on coinb.in as anyone with your email and pass can access your wallet there.

Best way to store bitcoin is to use jaxx or electrum app with proper backup (storing recovery phrase). You can also set password/pin for those wallet and they will not share your wallet details anywhere.


seriously guys, use electrum ... its portable, put it on a stick and enjoy.
why would you want to send money via browser over a 3rd party server when you can have direct connection to the network.
webbrowser are somewhat secure but you cant trust a 3rd party server with your keys. period.

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October 12, 2017, 10:41:55 AM
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So I've been investing in cryptocurrencies for a few months now and I've been trying to figure out the best storage solutions for different coins.  I just ordered a Ledger Nano S so I plan on using that when it arrives.  One wallet that I found really interesting for ETH is myetherwallet.  It seems to be a paper wallet generator, so the keys aren't stored online or anything, but it has an online interface that you can use to interact with the paper wallet.  I think that this functionality is very cool, is there a similar paper wallet and interface hybrid for Bitcoin?  I'm currently using electrum which works fine, but I was just curious if there was something similar to myetherwallet, because it seems like a pretty secure, decent way to have a wallet set up.  It allows for cold storage, but gives an easy way to access funds later without need to download software.

Jaxx is one of the best choices for you to select and aside for that I wouldn't trust those site who came to offer there service since Some of them are stealers, and its better for you to store only on reputed one and myetherwallet aswell with jaxx are the beautiful selection for you if you want to store your coin in a safe place.
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October 12, 2017, 03:50:52 PM
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seriously guys, use electrum ... its portable, put it on a stick and enjoy.
why would you want to send money via browser over a 3rd party server when you can have direct connection to the network.
webbrowser are somewhat secure but you cant trust a 3rd party server with your keys. period.
Coinbin isn't storing your keys anywhere. As I said, "you can download the website source and run it locally (without internet). You only need an internet connection to push transaction.";
Electrum is still better and safer, but the OP is asking for a wallet similar to MyEtherWallet. And I suggested him one.

I don't think we can rely on coinb.in as anyone with your email and pass can access your wallet there.
That's an easy fix. Don't let anybody get your email and password?

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December 28, 2017, 05:27:25 PM
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So seems like bitcoin.info is the consensus pick for a bitcoin wallet most similiar to MEW
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