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October 15, 2017, 10:14:41 PM
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I will try the procedure I detailed above.

I am not familiar with using Electrum connected to tor or TAILS as somebody told me, but If somebody could explain, it would be nice thanks.

Can somebody just confirm that my private key is not contained at all in the hex code generated via the sign process?

You just need to make a bootable USB with TailsOS on it. You can just go to their site and follow the instructions on how to do that.
They will probably instruct you on how to boot from it as well, but this is all a simple process that can be done in 30 minutes, even less if you and your PC are fast. Just go to BIOS settings by pressing F12 or whatever it is on your PC and go change the boot order to your USB and there you go.

Follow some more instructions which will ask you some things you might wish to do when the system boots, but it is all optional.
It is all easy and straight forward, just download it and you will have all the info along the way.

All you need to do when the system is booted and running is to go to Applications and pick Electrum. Then it is just about importing your private keys in there, which is a straight forward process as well, as the wallet will ask you all these things. If you are stuck anywhere, then feel free to ask, but I doubt you will have trouble finding your way around it, it is pretty intuitive.

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October 16, 2017, 09:49:47 AM
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yes it is better to use online wallet and they are readily available online and secured.

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October 16, 2017, 10:07:53 AM
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yes it is better to use online wallet and they are readily available online and secured.

No. Online wallets are neither wallets nor secure.

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October 16, 2017, 10:39:28 AM
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yes it is better to use online wallet and they are readily available online and secured.

No. Online wallets are neither wallets nor secure.
Online wallets have their own advantages like accessible from everywhere. In terms of security online wallets are not good but this is only option if you dont want to carry your paper wallet next to your purse.





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