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April 19, 2018, 06:54:27 PM
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Everybody have a lot of addresses for multiple crypto currencies on wallets, exchanges etc
It's annoying because you must open the wallet/website everytime and you can get confused if you do it frequently.

To fix that, there is Hodle.me which allow you to store or share your addresses online and get access to it in one click.

If i helped someone with this tip, here's my profile! Hodle.me/eliot
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April 19, 2018, 08:24:19 PM
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Everybody have a lot of addresses for multiple crypto currencies on wallets, exchanges etc
It's annoying because you must open the wallet/website everytime and you can get confused if you do it frequently.

To fix that, there is Hodle.me which allow you to store or share your addresses online and get access to it in one click.

If i helped someone with this tip, here's my profile! Hodle.me/daniel
Its just a new way on sharing up your addresses but not totally necessary since we can simply copy-paste it up on a notepad and then copy paste it when you need it.Storing up addresses do really have lots of ways but the thing you shared is just an another piling up with links involved which is good. I do appreciate your effort and sharing up but it wont really be worth to give a tip. Cheesy
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April 19, 2018, 09:26:13 PM
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Everybody have a lot of addresses for multiple crypto currencies on wallets, exchanges etc
It's annoying because you must open the wallet/website everytime and you can get confused if you do it frequently.

To fix that, there is Hodle.me which allow you to store or share your addresses online and get access to it in one click.

If i helped someone with this tip, here's my profile! Hodle.me/daniel

Interesting idea and this could work when you are an individual or a company that needs to receive donations. Without the need to have a list of many coins you provide simple link. However trust in the provider that our addresses won't get changed might raise some concerns tho
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April 20, 2018, 12:28:40 AM
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y not use just watch-only wallet which cant get hacked and u know all address balance?
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April 20, 2018, 12:58:56 AM
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y not use just watch-only wallet which cant get hacked and u know all address balance?
Because usually you can't share your watch-only wallets with other people. Especially if we are talking about a "less-known" cryptocurrency like MNX or CEFS (I counted ~1486 cryptocurrencies, so there are a few that don't have an easy shareable watch-only software/website).

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April 20, 2018, 06:41:16 AM
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Its just a new way on sharing up your addresses
It's also a new way of introducing a man in the middle attack. You'll have to trust a third party not to change your addresses to their own. And trusting a third party doesn't do justice to Bitcoin's trustless design.

Because usually you can't share your watch-only wallets with other people.
Giving the same addresses to different people is a terrible idea. Apart from reduced privacy caused by address reuse, you won't know for sure who sent you the payment.

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April 20, 2018, 11:27:49 AM
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The easiest way to keep the lowest number of addresses with no loss of privacy by reusing the address is to use one address with any mixing service.
You can ask the user to send coins/money to the mixing address and then you can inspect your address without loss of privacy.
Some Cryptocurrencies do not need this service like Monero & Dash

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April 20, 2018, 12:44:57 PM
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It's also a new way of introducing a man in the middle attack. You'll have to trust a third party not to change your addresses to their own. And trusting a third party doesn't do justice to Bitcoin's trustless design.
This is something I can agree on. The best solution would be to self-host your own "my addresses" page.

Giving the same addresses to different people is a terrible idea. Apart from reduced privacy caused by address reuse, you won't know for sure who sent you the payment.
Normally this would be true. But it doens't matter if you are only using the address to receive donations.

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April 21, 2018, 09:39:20 AM
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Everybody have a lot of addresses for multiple crypto currencies on wallets, exchanges etc
It's annoying because you must open the wallet/website everytime and you can get confused if you do it frequently.

To fix that, there is Hodle.me which allow you to store or share your addresses online and get access to it in one click.

If i helped someone with this tip, here's my profile! Hodle.me/daniel
I prefer to store my addresses and password from them on a USB flash drive. And for each service use a unique password. I don't like this service.


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April 21, 2018, 01:08:35 PM
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I prefer to store my addresses and password from them on a USB flash drive. And for each service use a unique password. I don't like this service.
Are you going to send your USB flash drive through mail to everyone that asks for your address or wants to donate to you? It seems that people are misunderstanding what is the website's function.

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April 21, 2018, 03:31:51 PM
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Everybody have a lot of addresses for multiple crypto currencies on wallets, exchanges etc
It's annoying because you must open the wallet/website everytime and you can get confused if you do it frequently.

To fix that, there is Hodle.me which allow you to store or share your addresses online and get access to it in one click.

If i helped someone with this tip, here's my profile! Hodle.me/daniel
I prefer to store my addresses and password from them on a USB flash drive. And for each service use a unique password. I don't like this service.

The purpose of the website is to share the addresses you'd like to share in order to receive donations per example to support a project or a cause, a lot of websites like wikileaks or influenceurs just write down all of their crypto addresses somewhere in their bio to receive a support from their traffic, now you just have to share a link.

Example:
- This is better: https://hodle.me/eliot
- Than doing so:
BTC: 34gCySPQ9Fx8URPUcefDPmWFyBPBwCbfr4
ETH: 0xB509913cF409130BFd81C9fef9262e01b82dbEfb
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April 21, 2018, 08:06:50 PM
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Everybody have a lot of addresses for multiple crypto currencies on wallets, exchanges etc
It's annoying because you must open the wallet/website everytime and you can get confused if you do it frequently.

To fix that, there is Hodle.me which allow you to store or share your addresses online and get access to it in one click.

If i helped someone with this tip, here's my profile! Hodle.me/daniel
Its just a new way on sharing up your addresses but not totally necessary since we can simply copy-paste it up on a notepad and then copy paste it when you need it.Storing up addresses do really have lots of ways but the thing you shared is just an another piling up with links involved which is good. I do appreciate your effort and sharing up but it wont really be worth to give a tip. Cheesy

Thats funny, why can't you try to have the excel spreadsheet. That is very much easy to split the addresses upon their purposes and usage of the address. I advice you to have the address on cloud storages.
If you own the iCloud account means then it will be much safer than any cloud storage.
Next to that you can prefer the OneDrive which is owned by Microsoft.

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April 22, 2018, 10:57:47 PM
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Everybody have a lot of addresses for multiple crypto currencies on wallets, exchanges etc
It's annoying because you must open the wallet/website everytime and you can get confused if you do it frequently.

To fix that, there is Hodle.me which allow you to store or share your addresses online and get access to it in one click.
It's the "best way" to lose your privacy, people will know all your different crypto addresses
this is a great site for listing crypto addresses but not intended for what you said in your post
if you just want to keep track all your crypto addresses, do it a simple way with a text file Grin

The purpose of the website is to share the addresses you'd like to share in order to receive donations per example to support a project or a cause, a lot of websites like wikileaks or influenceurs just write down all of their crypto addresses somewhere in their bio to receive a support from their traffic, now you just have to share a link.
now, that's a better understandable use for the site that I can agree with Kiss

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April 22, 2018, 11:30:39 PM
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Everybody have a lot of addresses for multiple crypto currencies on wallets, exchanges etc
It's annoying because you must open the wallet/website everytime and you can get confused if you do it frequently.

To fix that, there is Hodle.me which allow you to store or share your addresses online and get access to it in one click.
It's the "best way" to lose your privacy, people will know all your different crypto addresses
this is a great site for listing crypto addresses but not intended for what you said in your post
if you just want to keep track all your crypto addresses, do it a simple way with a text file Grin

The purpose of the website is to share the addresses you'd like to share in order to receive donations per example to support a project or a cause, a lot of websites like wikileaks or influenceurs just write down all of their crypto addresses somewhere in their bio to receive a support from their traffic, now you just have to share a link.
now, that's a better understandable use for the site that I can agree with Kiss

For the second purpose, storing crypto addresses personnaly, i think it would be great with a feature to keep private your account you know, so you can have your page with your most used addresses, get acces to it with any device and keep it private from users.
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April 23, 2018, 06:51:55 AM
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Guess I'm not the only one here who actually thinks having a coded notepad file is good enough to manage hundreds of addresses over scores of coins. It does take me a little while to look through it, but it's pretty organised in my mind already and have never yet made a mistake or got confused. It does help to regularly sweep and clear out old addresses, of course.

The trouble for me is wallet maintenance, really, which is why I no longer manage so many coins. Just the few I actually like. For computer space if not for anything else!

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