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November 22, 2013, 08:05:31 PM
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Hi everyone! I am quite new to this stuff. I have decided to store my Bitcoins in multiple paper wallets. However, i am not sure what i am going to do with alts after i have bought them from Cryptsy. Leave them there? I am not confident storing them on my pirated online computer.
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November 22, 2013, 08:17:30 PM
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just in matter of showing Datacoin possibilities Smiley You can encrypt them with RSA and put it into Datacoin blockchain, after it write down (even on paper!) your private key and transaction number. that's it! you can look into main DTC thread for more info.

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BTC: 1FgUGra685ZwkrX5VnRvfaYp4bHJhC7x4H
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November 22, 2013, 08:18:25 PM
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Megacoin -> wait 1 year -> Investment x 20 | 99% save
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November 22, 2013, 08:31:38 PM
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Megacoin -> wait 1 year -> Investment x 20 | 99% save

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November 25, 2013, 07:38:13 PM
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Hi everyone! I am quite new to this stuff. I have decided to store my Bitcoins in multiple paper wallets. However, i am not sure what i am going to do with alts after i have bought them from Cryptsy. Leave them there? I am not confident storing them on my pirated online computer.

Send all your coins to a wallet on your PC.

Copy all wallet.dat files to flash drive, but rename them so you know which is which.

Put your flash drive somewhere safe.

Remove wallets from PC.

Download wallets for your coins in the future when you need to and use your backed up wallet.dat files.




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November 28, 2013, 09:45:30 PM
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Is it okay to put all the wallet data to CD? No issues with that in the future? As far as i understand, are there no private keys involved with desktop wallets?
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November 29, 2013, 07:54:15 PM
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Is it okay to put all the wallet data to CD? No issues with that in the future? As far as i understand, are there no private keys involved with desktop wallets?

Go to your 'user'/appdata/roaming folder and go into each of your coins folders, inside each is a wallet.dat file. This is all you need to backup for each coin. The file has all the info of how many coins you have on it.

Once you have them backed up you can delete and remove everything else.

Whenever you want to spend your coins you can download a new wallet, and replace the new wallet.dat with your backup copy in the appdata/roaming/whatevercoin folder, but renaming it back to wallet.dat.

Like I said before, when backing up many files, rename each wallet.dat to 'whatevercoin'.dat so you know which is which.

e.g Bitcoin.dat litecoin.dat namecoin.dat etc

If you want to copy them to a CD it is fine.

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November 29, 2013, 08:08:45 PM
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Is it okay to put all the wallet data to CD? No issues with that in the future? As far as i understand, are there no private keys involved with desktop wallets?

Go to your 'user'/appdata/roaming folder and go into each of your coins folders, inside each is a wallet.dat file. This is all you need to backup for each coin. The file has all the info of how many coins you have on it.

Once you have them backed up you can delete and remove everything else.

Whenever you want to spend your coins you can download a new wallet, and replace the new wallet.dat with your backup copy in the appdata/roaming/whatevercoin folder, but renaming it back to wallet.dat.

Like I said before, when backing up many files, rename each wallet.dat to 'whatevercoin'.dat so you know which is which.

e.g Bitcoin.dat litecoin.dat namecoin.dat etc

If you want to copy them to a CD it is fine.
thanks! good info.
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