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October 26, 2017, 11:57:34 AM
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Hello,

I need a wallet that can have thousands of bitcoin addresses to receive payments from customers.

The idea is having only 1 bitcoin account with 10K+ addresses.

The payments from customers are deposits, so we can't pay fees to third parties for this service.

My first idea is to generate the addresses and load them up in my database and attribute them to my customers.

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October 26, 2017, 12:21:50 PM
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Hello,

I need a wallet that can have thousands of bitcoin addresses to receive payments from customers.

The idea is having only 1 bitcoin account with 10K+ addresses.

The payments from customers are deposits, so we can't pay fees to third parties for this service.

My first idea is to generate the addresses and load them up in my database and attribute them to my customers.

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Maybe look at APIs like Blockchain.info or Coinbase.com to solve this issue.
You may also find a way of using a master public key to deterministically get addresses but if someone gets hold of that key the privacy of your users' payments is gone.

If you go with someone like coinbase or blockchain.info then withdraw the coinswhen a certain limit is reached.

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October 26, 2017, 01:10:30 PM
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Hello,

I need a wallet that can have thousands of bitcoin addresses to receive payments from customers.

The idea is having only 1 bitcoin account with 10K+ addresses.

The payments from customers are deposits, so we can't pay fees to third parties for this service.

My first idea is to generate the addresses and load them up in my database and attribute them to my customers.

Best regards,

to day in the market so many wallets are available. so we have to choose from that best wallets. they are like blockchain.info, trezor, bitcoincore, coinbase, electreum and copay. they all are best and secure wallets. all these wallets accepting payments and keep more secure. so we have to use this wallets for payments really it is good option.in these wallets blockchain.info and electreum are the best wallets.
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