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Can I not just send bitcoins directly from MyWallet to the Escrow Wallet?

So frustrated with all this! I'm ready to make a purchase but can't figure out how to send my bitcoins over using Electrum—I need a super noob Electrum guide cause I've spent hours today going in fucking circles.
Why can't I just send the bitcoins directly from MyWallet to the Escrow Wallet? Why do I have to bother with a Bitcoin client?
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MyWallet der Telekom und Bitcoin

Die MyWallet von der Deutschen Telekom ist nun frisch gestartet und bietet Bezahlung per NFC mit einem passenden Handy oder aufklebbarem NFC-Chip oder NFC-Checkkarte an: www.my-wallet.com
Hierzu auch ein interessanter älterer Artikel zu NFC Lösungen und Bargeldloser Bezahlung per Handy: http://heftarchiv.internetworld.de/2012/Ausgabe-20-2012/Zaeher-Weg-in-die-Zukunft
Laut dem Artikel sollten bis Ende 2012 Unternehmen wie die Douglas-Gruppe, Star-Tankstellen, Vapiano, Edeka und Tengelmann. Bis Ende des Jahres sollen rund 7.000 Partner im Handel Zahlungen entgegennehmen können...
Das ganze Errinnert mich eher an eine komplizierte Version der Bezahlung per Bitcoins und einer der zahlreichen Apps :) Das ließe sich viel einfacher und unkomplizierter realisieren mit coinbase oder bitpay, ist aber nicht Zentral kontrolliert.
Was haltet ihr von der ganzen Geschichte, meint ihr das sich so eine NFC Lösung durchsetzen wird. Oder ist es vielleicht sogar positiv für das Bitcoin Ökosystem da es ja in die selbe Richtung zielt?!
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In case you missed it, MyWallet can now send Bitcoin to Facebook friends. Let's make Bitcoin viral!

In case you missed it, MyWallet can now send Bitcoin to Facebook friends. Let's make Bitcoin viral! submitted by ripper2345 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Unable to withdraw forked coins

Are you having trouble in withdrawing forked coins in the Blockchain account? The process is simple but users get into errors like this. In order to eliminate them from roots, you can always ask the professionals the ways and methods to deal with such issues. If you don’t know how to handle such error and looking for solution, you can always ask for help from the team who is ready to assist you in every possible manner. You can call the team on Blockchain support number which is functional always and users can approach the team anytime.
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Dogecoin 1.5.1 Released - Upgrade Now!

We’re happy to announce the release of Dogecoin version 1.5.1!
This release incorporates a range of updates from community contributors, some much needed bug fixes, plus some cool treats brought down-stream from the recent Bitcoin 0.9 release candidate.
Thanks to everyone who helped make this release possible, the entire community appreciates it. We recommend all users update to the latest version and please report any issues you may encounter. As always, backup your wallet.dat file before updating (just to be safe).
Downloads: Windows Installer Windows Archive Mac OS X App
Release highlights: - Switched to Boost 1.55 to fix network connectivity issues on Windows - Removal of reliance on IRC for discovering nodes - Support for URL protocol, eg. dogecoin:addr?amount=xxx&(see Bitcoin’s implementation) - Ability to automatically look up transactions on Dogechain from your client - Working Windows setup script and installer - Opt-in debug logging via -debuglog (to save disk space and stop constant writing) - Fixed Mac Splashscreen’s greedy desktop behavior - Reimplemented testnet, fixing RPC crash due to no genesis block being present - Allow user to load any wallet from data directory specified using -wallet=mywallet.dat - Updated to LevelDB 1.15 to address blockchain database corruption issues - Allow user to send change only to specified address(es) using -change= (one -change parameter per address) - Fixed RPC difficulty look up
Troubleshooting
If anyone experiences issues, delete all 1.4 data (apart from your backed up wallet.dat file) and do a fresh 1.5.1 install.
Enjoy!
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How many people do you estimate are currently active in Bitcoin?

Can you point me in the right direction:
We have over 44,000 subscribers on /Bitcoin, over 100,000 on Bitcointalk.org, I know there is an overlap between them.
So how many people worldwide do you believe are currently active in the Bitcoin economy, mining, trading, consumers, gamblers, etc...
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Restoring blockchain.info Wallet.aes.json file

I have an old backup of a wallet i had on blockchain.info.
It says that i can restore my bitcoin at mywallet on blockchain.info
Seems the system has been replaced by the seed phrase, so can't find info on how to do it.
I'm not sure if there's anything in it. I am just trying to consolidate what I used to consider dust, but now is becoming real money.
Any advice?
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Flood Wikipedia with donations by Twitter?

You can use btctip.com to send btc by twitter like this: https://twitter.com/waspoza/status/271573158354640896
After your tweet there goes response from btctip: https://twitter.com/btctip/status/271573233713680384
Worth a try i think.
Instruction how to donate to wikipedia by Twitter from http://btctip.com:
Log in to the Twitter website. Include the following in a tweet that you post, in the displayed order, and with no words in between, to send bitcoin(s) to another Twitter user:

btctip @[payee's Twitter username] [amount] [unit]

If you have a sufficient amount of bitcoins in your account, btctip.com will send the amount of bitcoin you instructed from your account to the recipient, and Tweet instructions to the recipient telling them how to collect their tip.
For example, if you wanted to send 10 bitcents to @exampleuser, you would include the following in a Tweet that you post: #btctip @exampleuser 10 bitcents
After posting the Tweet, btctip.com would automatically read your tweet and, if you had at least 10 bitcents in your account, send @exampleuser 10 bitcents.
You can include other text in your tweet as well, as long as some segment of the tweet contains the instructions in the proper format.
For example you could tweet: Hey, great post! #btctip @exampleuser 10 bitcents!
After you have sent a tip to a Twitter user, they have 5 days to become a BTCTip user, which happens automatically when they log in to btctip.com, in order to claim the tip.
1 day before the 5 day deadline, if their tip is still unclaimed, btctip.com will alert them via a Tweet that they have 1 day left to claim their tip.
If by the deadline they have not yet claimed the tip, the tip will be returned to you.
Once a tip recipient has become a BTCTip user, the tip is considered claimed and they can leave the bitcoin in their BTCTip jar for as long as they want.
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Recovering Bitcoin from 2012 using identifyer!

Please help! I know I purchased some bitcoin in 2012 as I have a password recorded again 'MyWallet' with a identifier number written down.
Am I able to do anything with this identifier to recover or have I missed the boat as I don't have a clue which ancient PC I had this wallet saved on.
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Total novice question: How to get at my 2012 bitcoin purchase?

The following post by lashend is being replicated because some comments within the post(but not the post itself) have been silently removed.
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The original post's content was as follows:
I’d really appreciate it if someone could point me in the right direction – thank you ahead of time
I bought some Bitcoin in 2012. I’m a total novice, though: I guess I was into “alternative everything” at the time, and I wanted to buy a book whose author accepted only Bitcoin … so … I bought some Bitcoin. I just discovered a note about this, and I can see that I have a 36-character Bitcoin Wallet (and I have my associated password). I guess bitcoin is big now? How do I get at that bitcoin I bought in 2012?
I tried to do it like this: I downloaded the Bitcoin app on my Mac, but I can’t figure out how to import the MyWallet I have in my notes. The app asks either for a 12-word recovery phrase or a “backup file” from my computer. I don’t see an option to enter the MyWallet key and … “open” it. Could anyone point me to a how-to resource to do this? I don’t even know what to search for … Thank you to any kind person who will nudge me in the right direction - Thank you very much!
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Recovering Bitcoin from 2012 using identifyer!

The following post by MrMonkyD is being replicated because the post has been silently removed.
The original post can be found(in censored form) at this link:
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The original post's content was as follows:
Please help! I know I purchased some bitcoin in 2012 as I have a password recorded again 'MyWallet' with a identifier number written down.
Am I able to do anything with this identifier to recover or have I missed the boat as I don't have a clue which ancient PC I had this wallet saved on.
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What do you want in a wallet?

Hi,
I will soon start developing a Bitcoin wallet (on Github). Most of the ideas are already worked out. I am planning a structure where a user has one wallet which can contain any number of pockets (sub-wallets) that remain separate. Addresses will not be reused for change. It will be deterministic (one seed, probably BIP 0039). I will probably be implementing stealth/master addresses. Each pocket can be single- or multisignature, with 2FA options available for multisignature with my server as one of the keys. You will also be able to easily plug in other people / servers for your multisignature wallets.
So... What else would you like to see?
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Blockchain Wallet > 100,000 users (=> 1/2 million Bitcoin users?)

Blockchain MyWallet: Number of Users
According to their own charts blockchain.info recently reached 100,000 users. It would be interesting to know how many are "active" (e.g. at least one transaction per month, or a balance >0.1 BTC).
Using some more of blockchain.info statistics can be used to guesstimate the total number of Bitcoin users. According to the charts about 45,000 - 50,000 transactions are processed per day (7day average); of which about 9,000 transaction per day (7day average) stem from MyWallet from blockchain.
Assuming that the average blockchain user is similar to the average Bitcoin user that means that about 20% of all users have an Blockchain MyWallet account. In other words the total number of users is roughly 1/2 million (of course this is not accurate, e.g., there is overlap, e.g., one user could have more than one account)
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Sending Bitcoins to an Email Address

I mentioned this before, but did not get a lot of feedback on it. I think Bitcoin is a very cool technology, but I believe it suffers from being just a little bit too geeky. I'm OK with a string of characters that serve as an address, but this is confusing to some people.
Equally important, there needs to be a friendly way to send money to people that does not involve trying to transcribe a Bitcoin address over the telephone. Sure, it's possible for somebody to email you their Bitcoin address, but I think it would be much simpler if a person could just send another person money by using their email address.
We now have a technology that could make that possible called WebFinger. I wrote a blog entry that describes ways that WebFinger could be used with Bitcoin. Obviously, this has a dependency on WebFinger being deployed on a domain, but I have it running on mine and you're welcome to check it out.
It's also worth noting that, even if WebFinger is not deployed on a person's primary email domain, it could be used by on-line wallets and people can say, "send me money to [email protected]".
Do people see value in this approach? It seems this would make using Bitcoin much easier for the less technical people. However, I did not get a lot of feedback positive or negative last time.
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New Wallet Release?

I visited Dogecoin.com and discovered that they released 1.5.1 which may have solved the fork issue (or at least I assume). See info. below:
Dogecoin version 1.5.1 release
Release highlights:
Switched to Boost 1.55 to fix network connectivity issues on Windows Removal of reliance on IRC for discovering nodes Support for URL protocol, eg. dogecoin:addr?amount=xxx&(see Bitcoin’s implementation) Ability to automatically look up transactions on Dogechain from your client Working Windows setup script and installer Opt-in debug logging via -debuglog (to save disk space and stop constant writing) Fixed Mac Splashscreen’s greedy desktop behavior Reimplemented testnet, fixing RPC crash due to no genesis block being present Allow user to load any wallet from data directory specified using -wallet=mywallet.dat **Updated to LevelDB 1.15 to address blockchain database corruption issues** Allow user to send change only to specified address(es) using -change= (one -change parameter per address) Fixed RPC difficulty look up 
Wondering if anyone has upgraded yet?
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Now that I have imported my blockchain.info backup wallet on my computer using Multibit..what now?

Are the bitcoin still also inside of my Blockchain.info wallet?
Or are they now exclusively on my computer... if Blockchain.info is compromised are my bitcoins now safe?
If I now make multiple backups of "mywallet".wallet is that a good thing or pointless?
Now that my private keys are on my computer should I remove the keys from blockchain.info when I can log back into my account (if they are still there after importing them to my computer)
Sorry for noobie ish questions, i've dealt with bitcoin a number of times for quick transactions but never held on to any for a length of time.
Thanks..
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Has anyone extracted the hash key from the private key on Multibit ?

I use Multibit and need to extract the hash key to run john the ripper against it. Im using bitcoin2john.py mywallet.wallet > hash and keep getting
ERROR:root:Couldn't open wallet.dat/main. Try quitting Bitcoin and running this again. 
I killed all bitcoin processes and closed Multibit.
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Bitcoin buying/transferring/uhh idk?

Okay, sooooo I'm kind of lost at the moment for the process of purchasing bitcoins and looking for any help. So I currently made an account for MyWallet (idk why) and I have an account on Coinbase (verified) which I believe I can use to purchase bitcoins with. That being said, I also have an account with Bitstamp but don't know how I would move bitcoins onto there, or purchase them from there or well, as you can see I'm quite lost.
At this point I feel I've made too many accounts that all might be used for the same thing and now I'm just getting myself lost. I just want to purchase some dang BTCs and get more involved with this stuff than just mining.
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