If you send bitcoin to your Tails Electrum, will it be safe there for a very long time?
Already got my bitcoin stolen by that false update on Electrum on my computer. Not happening again. But as the title says... is that a safe way to store your bitcoin for a very long time without having to worry about losing them/getting stolen?
Bitcoin safe on electrum and exodus on August 1st?
So I've been trying to do my homework on the upcoming event, but since I'm new to the cryptoworld it can be challenging to fully understand what is going to happen. I have some bitcoin on electrum and some on exodus. Do they support bip 148 or should I move my money? If a split happens, will I have money on both chains with these wallets?
I bought bitcoin from local bitcoin and the seller asked for a picture of my ID, and when I deposited cash in his bank the bank teller also asked for my ID. Once I acquired my bitcoin I deposited it into my electrum wallet on tails. Will I have to launder my bitcoins, or will I be able to transfer my bitcoin from my electrum wallet, to a website and be complete anonymous?
Is there a tutorial for dummies how to do this? FWIW: you could have spent a few bucks on the cheapest possible notebook and create an airgapped offline electrum there, import your mnemonic, create a watch only wallet for your online device and safely sign the transactions from your offli /r/Bitcoin
Trying to get my Bitcoin Cash out of Electrum. Is it safe to create an Electron Cash wallet with a still unconfirmed Bitcoin transaction in the original Electrum wallet?
At noon yesterday, I initiated a transfer of my Bitcoin in Electrum to a new Electrum wallet. I am doing this prior to creating an Electron Cash wallet with my original Electrum wallet seed, as is recommended by Electrum. The transaction is still unconfirmed despite using a reasonable fee for the time (although the recommended fee has skyrocketed since). My question is, is it safe and advisable to create an Electron Cash wallet with a still unconfirmed Bitcoin transaction in the original Electrum wallet? There's a lot of value at play here so I want to be certain my Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash are safe.
is it safe to open my bitcoin core wallet to electrum?
i formatted my laptop and needed to download and install the bitcoin qt again, after i copy and paste my wallet.dat its showing that it has to sync for 8 years, and i think it would take weeks beforenit fully sync. i wonder if i can save my wallet.dat and paste it to electrum? but is it safe? i look at youtube and no instruction on how to do that.
Bitcoin wallet 'Electrum' may not be safe, my personal experience
I want to put this out here about my personal experience with Electrum wallet, it may help out other users of Electrum. I was not a huge investor into Bitcoin, but the idea of boundary-less money made me invest my time and money(40$ exactly) into Bitcoin. I had bought 40$(U.S) worth of bitcoin back in 2014 and I chose Electrum to be my wallet as it didn't download the entire blockchain. I decided to take a break from Bitcoin in the year 2015, so I transferred all my private keys into cold storage(a hard drive). I had to do a full format of my PC back then due to some reason, so it was all the more better to quit using Bitcoin for a while. I was happy that I have some bitcoins on me and that it's absolutely safe with my in my hard drive, until last week. I found these backup files last week and I decided to install Electrum again, only to find all my bitcoins gone! Everything was sent to some address in the US in the year 2016. I searched and found this out. There is no way for me to find out who stole my Bitcoins, and here I am in my office posting this rant. I am seriously disappointed with Electrum and who ever created it. I am highly suspicious that it is the creator of Electrum who stole the private keys through some means. I highly suggest that you quit using 'Electrum' if that is the wallet of your choice - before it's too late. TL;DR: I stored my private keys in a hard drive, yet my money was stolen. Electrum was the only wallet I ever used.
Before the split, I had my bitcoins on Electrum. After the split, are my Bitcoin Cash safe and will they remain safe?
I just googled and found that Electron is the client that should be used to transact with your Bitcoin Cash wallet, which was bitcoin wallet before the split. My question is whether these coins are safe, or is there some risk associated with keeping them in Electron?
[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Safe to claim BCH in electron wallet when not having moved my btc in electrum yet?
The following post by Soundengineer is being replicated because the post has been silently greylisted. The original post can be found(in censored form) at this link: np.reddit.com/ Bitcoin/comments/7ciku6 The original post's content was as follows:
Electrum Electrum's focus is speed and simplicity, with low resource usage. It uses remote servers that handle the most complicated parts of the Bitcoin system, and it allows you to recover your wallet from a secret phrase. Features: 2FA × 2FA: Two-factor authentication (2FA) is a way to add additional security to your wallet. The first 'factor' is your password for your wallet. The second ... Electrum also supports any valid Bitcoin transaction, regardless of where it originates from. Whether you’re receiving a transaction from a person, an organization or a business, so long as it’s being broadcast on the Bitcoin blockchain, Electrum can support it. Is Electrum Safe? For the most part, yes. Electrum has a proven security record ... Electrum is very safe if created on an offline computer. A hardware wallet that I use, Ledger Nano S, is essentially an offline wallet creator. It just creates a seed without the risk of being hacked. You still need to write down the seed and stor... Electrum Wallet Features. Key features of Electrum bitcoin wallet include all of the following: Secure: Electrum encrypts your private keys, and those private keys never leave your computer. As long as you remain in control of your computer (and nobody accesses your seed), your money is completely in your control. Electrum is a great open source Bitcoin wallet which has been around for a while, so it’s safe to use. The issue with security here is not with the wallet, but more with your personal device and your best practices when backing up your device. If your device is compromised, then it doesn’t matter how safe Electrum is.
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