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October 14, 2014, 07:34:24 PM
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Hi people,

First of all, sorry for this principiant question.
It´s my first time using this modality.

Recently i downloaded the "Dark Wallet"

The program, generated an Steath code so that I can receive payments anonymously.

Situation:

My client have 3 bitcoins in his Coin.MX wallet.
When he tries to transfer this BTC to my wallet, using my Stealth Code, Coin.MX said "Is not a valid bitcoin address"

All of my clients, buy BTC using Credit Cards in coinbase or coin.mx
I need to solve this question...

What i´m doing wrong ?

Thanks !

John from Argentina
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October 17, 2014, 05:21:37 PM
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No service supports Stealth Addresses except Dark Wallet.

So if you are sending Dark Wallet <> Dark Wallet, you may use the Stealth Addresses.

Coin.mx etc. do not support it.

My Tip Address:
1DXcHTJS2DJ3xDoxw22wCt11FeAsgfzdBU
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