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Author Topic: Is my initial choice of BTC wallet "permanent" or can I switch later?  (Read 1001 times)
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May 01, 2014, 05:25:37 PM
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You can have as many wallets as you want, online ones and desktop ones Cheesy
he is right you can multiple account there but need to use much secure account Smiley
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May 01, 2014, 05:51:02 PM
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Beginner's Q here; I've done a lot of reading and finally ready to create a wallet and buy some BTC.

But I'd like to know now 'permanent' my choice of wallet is: I've always liked full-feature stuff, so I was leaning toward Armory...but having to download the entire blockchain has swayed me toward Electrum instead...

I just want to know how "stuck" I'll be with my initial choice....can i move BTC between two wallets?  If I opt for Electrum now, but later decide that I want the full-feature option with Armory, how would I switch?

If you are not happy with your wallet, you can export your private keys and import them into your new wallets. Or simply, you can just send all your bitcoin from the old wallet to an address on your new wallet.

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May 01, 2014, 05:52:19 PM
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i have always wondered if i am able to open my bitcoin wallet from another computer. like lets say can i open my bitcoin wallet that i have on my pc at home . while im at my gfs house on her computer. if this is possible can someone tell me how?
I was wondering if there was a way I can have a wallet on a computer I can access from any computer like if I go to my gfs I can access my wallet

Why don't you use blockchain.info wallet in this case? Don't forget to add a second password and enable 2FA. Smiley

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May 01, 2014, 09:26:28 PM
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Beginner's Q here; I've done a lot of reading and finally ready to create a wallet and buy some BTC.

But I'd like to know now 'permanent' my choice of wallet is: I've always liked full-feature stuff, so I was leaning toward Armory...but having to download the entire blockchain has swayed me toward Electrum instead...

I just want to know how "stuck" I'll be with my initial choice....can i move BTC between two wallets?  If I opt for Electrum now, but later decide that I want the full-feature option with Armory, how would I switch?

you can Switch whenever you want!

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