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December 16, 2017, 04:21:26 AM
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I will start a campaign around the forum on Segwit awareness and try to enlighten everyone that it lowers the thing that we lately have been complaining about. The fees. But I have to initially know which desktop and online wallets have Segwit on.

Help me make a list, then let us take the campaign wider and start enlightening the smaller Bitcoin services. I believe they are more open to change. The rest will come later.


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December 16, 2017, 05:54:41 AM
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i support this initiative Wink

Disclaimer: putting the names of a wallet here doesn't mean they are good wallets. i am just listing them. for example i have no idea what "Samourai Wallet" is!

desktop wallets:
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Bitcoin Core 0.13.1 (?)
Armory version 0.96.2+
Electrum 3.0.0+
Bitcoin Knots


mobile wallets:
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GreenAddress
Samourai Wallet
Electrum 3.0.0+ (for android)


web wallets:
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BitGo
bitwala (December 13th, 2017)

hardware wallets:
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Trezor
Ledger
KeepKey

p.s. you can hope for this to be implemented so you can use bitcoin.org wallet list to see all the wallets with SegWit. although bitcoin.org list is lacking lots of wallets.

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December 18, 2017, 05:56:51 AM
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I did some research and have found the Trezor, which I already have, and GreenAddress as the easiest ways to have a Segwit wallet. Thanks for the list, pooya87.

I shall begin campaigning for Segwit in the forum now. We need some increase in the block size somehow, and the lack of major wallet providers' and merchants' adoption of Segwit is puzzling.


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February 20, 2018, 01:14:32 PM
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If you are into paper wallets, there is also this segwit enabled paper wallet.

https://segwitaddress.org/
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February 20, 2018, 03:30:40 PM
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Nice list to start it off! Perhaps a good idea to further specify which wallets also support native SegWit (them pretty bech32 addresses). As far as I know, that's only Electrum (which actually still supports everything else available). I've read people successfully creating native Segwit wallets with Trezor but not via the GUI.

Does anyone know of any other wallet actually doing this? Reason I think is, if we want to encourage people to switch, they might as well go full native if they don't have anything holding them back right?

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February 20, 2018, 04:17:00 PM
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Nice list to start it off! Perhaps a good idea to further specify which wallets also support native SegWit (them pretty bech32 addresses). As far as I know, that's only Electrum (which actually still supports everything else available). I've read people successfully creating native Segwit wallets with Trezor but not via the GUI.

Does anyone know of any other wallet actually doing this? Reason I think is, if we want to encourage people to switch, they might as well go full native if they don't have anything holding them back right?

Electrum is the only one as far as I know. I know that both Trezor and Coinomi (which should come soon) are working on bech32. I'd expect everyone to switch it as soon as Bitcoin core 0.16.0 is released, including exchanges.

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February 21, 2018, 03:14:13 AM
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As far as I know, that's only Electrum (which actually still supports everything else available).

just remember that private keys that Electrum generates for Bech32 addresses have an additional version in them which makes it simple for the wallet (Electrum itself) to differentiate between address types when you import a private key.
but that also means this private key can not simply be imported in other wallets. you will have to do a little conversion if you some day wanted to import your private keys in another wallet. unless they follow Electrum which is not happening since Bitcoin Core is not doing this.

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February 21, 2018, 07:44:33 AM
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Electrum is the only one as far as I know. I know that both Trezor and Coinomi (which should come soon) are working on bech32. I'd expect everyone to switch it as soon as Bitcoin core 0.16.0 is released, including exchanges.

I certainly hope so. I still haven't properly used my own bech32 address yet, though I've already had a little bit of fun sending from it and getting curious questions about the spending address.

just remember that private keys that Electrum generates for Bech32 addresses have an additional version in them which makes it simple for the wallet (Electrum itself) to differentiate between address types when you import a private key.
but that also means this private key can not simply be imported in other wallets. you will have to do a little conversion if you some day wanted to import your private keys in another wallet. unless they follow Electrum which is not happening since Bitcoin Core is not doing this.

That's also a useful bit of info to include in the list, actually. And it's things like that that determine decisions now. Seems like another reason for me to hold off on full native. Hopefully core .16 will take that decision, though I'm sure there would be solid reasons if not.

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February 22, 2018, 09:56:38 PM
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@Wind_FURY

Does it help? https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2657620.msg27085480#msg27085480

@OmegaStarScream opened a topic not long ago to list the SegWit wallets (Web wallets, Hardware, Desktop, etc...)
and you have https://bitcoincore.org/en/segwit_adoption/ as well.

@pooya87
I think Bitwala closed the registrations to new people when they lost the debit card issuers, and are currently waiting for their banking license (which may come in several months)

sorry, until today I didn't notice the date and @mrmin007 bumped a 2 months old topic /:

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February 25, 2018, 05:49:57 PM
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Check this reddit page : https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/7rrb3w/day_9_i_will_post_this_guide_regularly_until/
Also, i strongly suggest accept only members who use SegWit just like what other signature campaign manager do.

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March 11, 2018, 03:42:18 PM
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Also,

https://github.com/Overtorment/BlueWallet (ios wallet)
https://github.com/Overtorment/cli-cold-wallet (paper wallet)

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Also,

https://github.com/Overtorment/BlueWallet (ios wallet)
https://github.com/Overtorment/cli-cold-wallet (paper wallet)

disclaimer: all made by me

Electrum wallets have Segwit address enabled wallet for low transaction fees. It is the fast and safe wallets with high securities. It using private keys for transactions and it supports two factor authentication. It have an additional version such as bech32 address. The wallet suits for only desktop not for Android phone.

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Electrum wallets have Segwit address enabled wallet for low transaction fees.

Segwit is not only for lower transaction fees.
It fixed transaction malleability and enabled HTLC's (was necessary for implementations like the LN).

 

It is the fast and safe wallets with high securities.

Thats not true.
Hardware and paper wallets are way safer than desktop wallets itself.

Wether electrum is safer than other desktop wallets can also not be said for sure.



It using private keys for transactions

Every transaction has to be signed with private key.
This is not a feature tied to electrum...



It have an additional version such as bech32 address.

bech32 is not an 'additional version'. It is like a 'default' segwit, or 'native' segwit.
Nested P2SH (segwit addresses starting with 3.. ) are made for transition from legacy to segwit and for full backwards compatibility.



The wallet suits for only desktop not for Android phone.

There is a mobile version of electrum.
While i think there are better mobile wallets, it is still a considerable option to choose from.

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