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March 02, 2014, 03:01:39 AM
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Ok,

I created a wallet on Armory and I have a paper backup.
My question is:
1- I see web wallets that already implemented bip32 where an address that starts with (3) 3J5emZhKuLWyW292dFgDo1YhFN1MWVyV13 is created. Is it right that I can send bitcoins to this address and for each transaction will be created a new address that start with (1)?
2- When Armory implement bip32, will I need to create a new backup?
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March 02, 2014, 03:08:40 AM
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Ok,

I created a wallet on Armory and I have a paper backup.
My question is:
1- I see web wallets that already implemented bip32 where an address that starts with (3) 3J5emZhKuLWyW292dFgDo1YhFN1MWVyV13 is created. Is it right that I can send bitcoins to this address and for each transaction will be created a new address that start with (1)?
2- When Armory implement bip32, will I need to create a new backup?

The addresses that start with "3" are P2SH addresses, usually used for multisig.  Armory version 0.90 and previous did not support sending to these addreses, but the new version to be released soon (0.91) will allow it.  It's up to them to deal with their own P2SH addresses, and how to create and spend from them.  But Armory will keep using the ones that start with "1", such as creating change addresses that start with "1".  Armory has no mechanism to spend multisig txOuts, even if it has some of the private keys.

As soon as this next version is out, my number one priority is finishing the new wallet design, which will suppot BIP32, multisig, P2SH, compressed keys, and a variety of other things.  It will also allow you to migrate your existing wallet to the new format, and continue using your existing wallets.  Though you won't get the benefits of the new BIP32 stuff.

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March 02, 2014, 03:16:02 AM
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Thanks for the answer.
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March 02, 2014, 03:37:50 AM
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etothepie could you help me fix my armory?  my armory is stuck at Synchronizing with Network 99% 0 blocks and in the bottom right hand corner it says offline. I've ran Bitcoin-QT and the entire blockchain is downloaded and is up to date.

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March 02, 2014, 10:28:02 AM
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Is it normal that my online wallet has to do "Scanning Transaction History" for about 2 hours every time i start Armory??? So when Bitcoin crashes i need over 2 hours to get my BTC out of Armory Wallet??

Kind of.  There's a bug in 0.90-beta, that forces it to rescan way more often than it needs to.  This is dramatically improved in the new testing version (0.91).  It won't rescan unless you just import addresses or wallets. 

Unfortunately, if you leave Armory off for a couple weeks, it has to catch up with the latest blockchain history, which can be kind of slow (though it should only be a few minutes).  But there's not much we can do about it.

Okay thank you very much. When 0.91 will be released? Can i just install it over the old Armory and it will keep my wallets, Private Keys etc. ?
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March 02, 2014, 11:24:38 AM
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Don't know if this the right place to ask, but "Does Armory not support multisig addresses to send BTC to?"

When I try to send BTC this address (which is a multisig address): 39wbuEjp3mfFAB3bTjmkFB69XAmKYRMq5i ,then I get error "You have entered one invalid address..." and after that "Address1 is for the wrong network..."
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March 02, 2014, 03:22:39 PM
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Don't know if this the right place to ask, but "Does Armory not support multisig addresses to send BTC to?"

When I try to send BTC this address (which is a multisig address): 39wbuEjp3mfFAB3bTjmkFB69XAmKYRMq5i ,then I get error "You have entered one invalid address..." and after that "Address1 is for the wrong network..."
Armory is version 0.90-beta on 64bit Kubuntu12.04

This should work with 0.91. Key feature is "enabling P2SH addresses".

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March 03, 2014, 01:34:06 AM
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etothepie could you help me fix my armory?  my armory is stuck at Synchronizing with Network 99% 0 blocks and in the bottom right hand corner it says offline. I've ran Bitcoin-QT and the entire blockchain is downloaded and is up to date.

Fixed my problem, explained it here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=495487.new#new

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March 03, 2014, 09:13:40 PM
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How hard would it be to make it support multiple instances?

It can be done, but it's made intentionally difficult, because running two instances of Armory using the same wallets is guaranteed to corrupt your wallets.  And of course, all the extra data... most of the time the user simply double-clicked to open it again, not realizing it's already open.

If you really want to do it for whatever reason, then you can open the second Armory instance using

Code:
--datadir=/path/to/second/armory --interport=7890

Interport can be any unused port, and is only for detecting multiple instances (which is why you must change it to run multiple).  You must change both datadir and interport at the same time if you don't want to corrupt your existing wallets.



Thank you. Nice and "user easy" way of detecting multiple instances Smiley

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March 03, 2014, 10:03:59 PM
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If I create a transaction (on armory version >= 0.91) to spend coins to a P2SH address, will an offline v0.90 armory installation be able to sign it?
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March 03, 2014, 10:10:11 PM
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If I create a transaction (on armory version >= 0.91) to spend coins to a P2SH address, will an offline v0.90 armory installation be able to sign it?

Good question, I haven't tried it!  My guess is:  yes, but the interface may not be all that useful, probably "[Non-standard address]" instead of the address string you're expecting.  That's something I'll have to investigate... (feel free to try it and tell me what happens)

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March 03, 2014, 11:39:02 PM
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Fantastic work on 0.90... Not had a single problem with it, it's been brilliant. Wouldn't trust BTC to anything else anymore.
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March 04, 2014, 02:54:09 AM
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Fantastic work on 0.90... Not had a single problem with it, it's been brilliant. Wouldn't trust BTC to anything else anymore.

Hey, are you talking about the testing version posted 2 weeks ago (0.90.99)?   Or the 0.90-beta on the website?  Either way, glad to hear some positive feedback, just wanted to get clarity on it.

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March 04, 2014, 01:38:59 PM
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Fantastic work on 0.90... Not had a single problem with it, it's been brilliant. Wouldn't trust BTC to anything else anymore.

Hey, are you talking about the testing version posted 2 weeks ago (0.90.99)?   Or the 0.90-beta on the website?  Either way, glad to hear some positive feedback, just wanted to get clarity on it.

Currently using 0.90-beta. I will most likely stay with this version for the foreseeable as it does literally everything I need it to do.

Will be tipping you some point soon!

Thanks again.
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March 04, 2014, 02:53:28 PM
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Hi, I made a transaction for 2 BTC this morning and it has still not confirmed, the blockchain says "Estimated Confirmation Time Within 6 Blocks (Medium Priority) and then there is a Confirmation Warning message to say "The Transaction Fee is Less than Recommended"

I did not set the transaction fee 0.0001 BTC it was automatically set when I broadcasted the transaction via Armory.

1) How long will I have to wait for the confirmations to show?
2) Can I manually change the transaction fee for future payments through the Armory client?

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March 04, 2014, 03:29:49 PM
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Hi, I made a transaction for 2 BTC this morning and it has still not confirmed, the blockchain says "Estimated Confirmation Time Within 6 Blocks (Medium Priority) and then there is a Confirmation Warning message to say "The Transaction Fee is Less than Recommended"

I did not set the transaction fee 0.0001 BTC it was automatically set when I broadcasted the transaction via Armory.

1) How long will I have to wait for the confirmations to show?
2) Can I manually change the transaction fee for future payments through the Armory client?

Thanks

Yes you can change it. Somewhere under settings or tools. You may have to go to expert mode.
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March 04, 2014, 04:14:00 PM
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Hi,

Im using Armory 0.9 Beta on OSX, it seems to sync up with the network and stuff OK, but in the bottom right where it either says "disconnected" or "Connected (288888 blocks)" it flashes very quickly between these two messages, like a couple of times per second.

Sometimes it is predominantly 'disconnected' but I can see it flashing, and sometimes it is 'Connected (288888 blocks)' and it flashes...

Anyone else experience this/able to help me troubleshoot this?

Thanks.

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March 04, 2014, 05:48:17 PM
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Hi,

Im using Armory 0.9 Beta on OSX, it seems to sync up with the network and stuff OK, but in the bottom right where it either says "disconnected" or "Connected (288888 blocks)" it flashes very quickly between these two messages, like a couple of times per second.

Sometimes it is predominantly 'disconnected' but I can see it flashing, and sometimes it is 'Connected (288888 blocks)' and it flashes...

Anyone else experience this/able to help me troubleshoot this?

Thanks.

This sounds like your bitcoin Qt has reached -maxconnections and won't allow Armory to become max+1. Maybe try launching Armory the instant that Bitcoin client is launched, as it could be that your router is limiting p2p network connections (this will give Armory the best opportunity to be allocated with one of the p2p connection slots)

Even if that's not it, it would be useful to have some mechanism whereby Armory can take priority over other connections, as I've had this problem myself (solved by changing the network environment to allow more p2p connections to bitcoind). Possibly a point for core development, though.

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March 04, 2014, 10:16:06 PM
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Hi,

After doing further research I have discovered that my transaction size was too large for the 0.0001 transaction fee paid. This was a standard transaction fee set by Armory (My bit coin Client) my Transaction size is 9615 (bytes) so that's nearly 10 Kilobytes which means my Fee should have been 10 x the amount I paid.

I am really annoyed that I wasn't automatically prompted to pay this amount when I did the transaction, and now my money is just stuck in the network trying hard to find some miner (or mining pool) that is generous enough to include my cheap transaction instead of other transactions that pay a higher fee per kilobyte.

As such is there anyway to cancel this transaction so that the Bit Coins are returned to my Wallet? I want to be able to re-send this again without double spending, but this time with a higher transaction fee so it will confirm through the network more quickly.

I have been told that it may still confirm but I could be waiting upto 10 days, the merchant cant wait that long to receive his money.
If I had know I would have increased the fee to 0.001 without hesitation... this is really frustrating.

I have been told that there may be a way to remove the transaction from the wallet and the block chain, or Eventually (usually within 2 to 4 days) if the transaction isn't confirmed, it will be dropped from the memory pool of the peers and the coins returned?

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March 04, 2014, 10:37:51 PM
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Hello @etotheipi,

Any plans for BIP38 in Armory anytime soon ?


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