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February 28, 2014, 10:48:02 PM
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Are there any offline, free wallets in which you can transact with BTC, LTC, NMC, DVC and dogecoin?  Not exchanging them, but holding them and tranacting with them seperately?  I want to promote the use of such a program, especially if it is open source, has a user friendly interface, and is secure.  I think I have a pretty good idea on how to get the masses to use crypt currency without involving worrisome amounts of money.

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February 28, 2014, 10:51:28 PM
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Currently you have to install several apps in parallel. For a list of supported altcoins, see

https://github.com/schildbach/bitcoin-wallet/blob/master/wallet/README.forks

Bitcoin Wallet for Android: Your own Bitcoins, in your own pocket!
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.schildbach.wallet
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March 01, 2014, 01:27:17 AM
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Wow, what a pain.  I guess thats the price you pay for development in an open sourced world.  How long do you think before one program can operate the functions of several alto coins?  Mabey even updating itself to operate any popular alt coin of the users choosing.  It would be sweet if all new PCs came with an ASIC built in.  People could create, mine and then use their own coins, and since they are based off of the bitcoin block chain, transactions can serve as triggers for other functions. 

I was just trying to learn about namecoin today.  What a great concept!  It builds off of bicoin's infastructure, and at the same time it promotes free speech from a global podium.  I haven't figured out how to use it yet, but here's what i understand.  Namecoin's peripheral use enables it to register domain names with a (.bit) suffix.  I believe you need a plugin or different browser to view (.bit) content and pages, but i think they are free.  Well not free to register a domain name, but its like .01NMC(namecoin) or a fewcents.  It's a scheiss ton less compared to go daddy and the like.  I want to make a dot-bit website for my band.  Mastercoin and Coloured coins are another awesome idea.  Where is the best place to hear about new coin software and the alternative or peripheral functions they can perform?  Any good sites or recomendations for beginers and coinheads alike?  There really should be more attempts to generate interest on this stuff.  More than just the latest news about Mt.gox and every other negative aspect of this budding technology.  Thanks for the reply!

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