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August 20, 2011, 04:20:37 AM
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bitbills

pywallet (this should be a link on all them bitbills, coins, paper wallets and such)
and needs to be made more stupid people friendly..aka windows.. yeah it works but think average user. Awesome software, helped me recover a corrupted wallet.

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August 20, 2011, 04:44:34 AM
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Is that kind of feature ever going to be in the mainstream software?
One of the devs has this feature in his fork for several months now, so I don't think so
Maybe they think that importing private keys should not be accessible to average users (which is quite understandable)


Thanks for the quick reply, it takes me 2 days to mine .25BTC, how hard can it be to import the bitcoins? (yes I am also searching the website and google). I built my first linux box in YEARS because of bitcoin, bitcoin is a great motivator for small IT projects.
What do you want to do? Import the bitcoins you mined in your wallet?

No, sry I was rambling, I just trying to learn all I can about bitcoin and get back in IT/Linux. I like what I've read about Bitbill, and there was also an intriguing thread about prepaid cards, which would probably need its BTC imported as well.
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