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How to print/use bitcoin paper wallets securely.

How to print/use bitcoin paper wallets securely. submitted by cryptohoney to bitcoin_uncensored [link] [comments]

How to print/use bitcoin paper wallets securely.

How to print/use bitcoin paper wallets securely. submitted by cryptohoney to BitcoinWallet [link] [comments]

Can bitcoin be transferred on paper? I've heard of paper wallets, but it sounds like that's mainly a way to keep one's entire wallet secure. Is there a way, for example, to print QR codes that will allow someone to receive a set amount of BTC from your wallet?

Like, if I want to pay with bitcoin at a store but they don't have a way to receive it digitally, could I just have like a little receipt printer connected to a hardware wallet that could print a code to transfer the necessary amount?
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How to import a bitcoin Paper Wallet Easily and Securely?

How to import a bitcoin Paper Wallet Easily and Securely? submitted by Mr_SauravKT to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

What's the most secure software to generate a bitcoin paper wallet?

I want to try and play a little bit with the paper wallets and I'd like to generate my own, but I feel like doing it on the Internet is kinda risky. Do you guys know any open source software to do it?
Thanks!
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How to create a secure encrypted bitcoin paper wallet

How to create a secure encrypted bitcoin paper wallet submitted by alexbyk to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

How to create a secure encrypted bitcoin paper wallet

How to create a secure encrypted bitcoin paper wallet submitted by alexbyk to CryptoCurrencies [link] [comments]

For Noobs! Setting Up A Bitcoin Paper Wallet Quickly and Securely!

For Noobs! Setting Up A Bitcoin Paper Wallet Quickly and Securely! submitted by stellarowl12 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Please critique my Bitcoin paper wallet strategy - Looking for advice on security and fee minimization

I've spent a good chunk of today setting up hot wallets, verifying accounts, and transferring small amounts of Bitcoin (0.0001 BTC) to and from paper wallets. I think I have a good strategy in place for securing my funds offline, but I could use some input before jumping in and and depositing larger amounts. Questions I would like answered:
1) Is this strategy reasonably secure? My goal is to hold all of my Bitcoin until the market reaches a good point, then sell the majority of it.
2) How can I minimize the fees associated with withdrawing from the paper wallet? I know that Blockchain allows users to alter the priority of their transactions. Are there other ways, such as alternative exchanges or wallets that I should look into?
3) Should I keep relatively small amounts of Bitcoin on the exchanges for selling quickly? Or is the risk not worth it?
My strategy for depositing funds into paper wallet:
1) The balance in my NiceHash wallet is transferred to CoinBase account (free)
2) CoinBase balance is transferred to GDAX account (free)
4) Generate paper wallet on an offline computer using the BitCoin Paper Wallet generator
3) GDAX balance is withdrawn to the paper wallet (free), paper wallet stored in safe spot until needed
4) Once a paper wallet reaches ~$100, I will generate a new one and deposit future funds into the new wallet. I figure this will minimize the chance I lose everything due to stupidity.
My strategy for withdrawing funds:
1) Sweep the paper wallet into my Blockchain.info account using the private key (charges a fee)
2) Transfer the Blockchain.info balance into my GDAX account (charges a fee)
3) Sell on GDAX for $$$
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PSA: "My bitcoin got stolen" is now a daily post here. Use paper wallets, only keep 5% of your bitcoin online. More security analysis in this post.

Almost all bitcoin thefts happen because of trojans, compromised Windows machines.
The scenario is eerily repeating: User logs on to Mt.Gox or another exchange or online wallet and does some transactions. While they are online, their compromised browser inserts an API key into the service. A few hours later, after logging off, they get an email: "Your funds withdrawal has completed!". Their bitcoin is stolen, nothing they can do, gone forever.
This will keep happening, again and again. Bitcoin trojans are now common - it makes sense, this is money and easy to steal
Here are a few things that DON'T HELP:
Here's what DOES HELP:
What you should do ANYWAY, on clean OS and offline:
Disclaimer: I am a security expert with 20 years of experience, 15 of them in banking security. I am the founder of the Safe Paper Wallet, which I sell but which also offers open source code and detailed instructions and software for FREE.
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12-19 16:13 - 'When I hear "paper wallet", I think encrypted file on multiple, redundant, encrypted USB drives stored securely in multiple locations. / If you think "paper wallet" is referring to actual printed paper, you should just go ba...' by /u/AcidSuicide removed from /r/Bitcoin within 2-12min

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When I hear "paper wallet", I think encrypted file on multiple, redundant, encrypted USB drives stored securely in multiple locations.
If you think "paper wallet" is referring to actual printed paper, you should just go back to 1990.
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Would putting all of my Bitcoin onto a paper wallet be just as secure as a hardware wallet (given my dog doesn't eat the paper)?

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Are paper wallets more secure than hardware wallets? And if so then how can we be 100% sure we are able to retrieve our bitcoin when we want?

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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Please critique my Bitcoin paper wallet strategy - Looking for advice on security and fee minimiz...

The following post by Mr_Evil_Guy is being replicated because some comments within the post(but not the post itself) have been silently removed.
The original post can be found(in censored form) at this link:
np.reddit.com/ Bitcoin/comments/7wrsc0
The original post's content was as follows:
I've spent a good chunk of today setting up hot wallets, verifying accounts, and transferring small amounts of Bitcoin (0.0001 BTC) to and from paper wallets. I think I have a good strategy in place for securing my funds offline, but I could use some input before jumping in and and depositing larger amounts. Questions I would like answered:
1) Is this strategy reasonably secure? My goal is to hold all of my Bitcoin until the market reaches a good point, then sell the majority of it.
2) How can I minimize the fees associated with withdrawing from the paper wallet? I know that Blockchain allows users to alter the priority of their transactions. Are there other ways, such as alternative exchanges or wallets that I should look into?
3) Should I keep relatively small amounts of Bitcoin on the exchanges for selling quickly? Or is the risk not worth it?
My strategy for depositing funds into paper wallet:
1) The balance in my NiceHash wallet is transferred to CoinBase account (free)
2) CoinBase balance is transferred to GDAX account (free)
4) Generate paper wallet on an offline computer using the BitCoin Paper Wallet generator
3) GDAX balance is withdrawn to the paper wallet (free), paper wallet stored in safe spot until needed
4) Once a paper wallet reaches ~$100, I will generate a new one and deposit future funds into the new wallet. I figure this will minimize the chance I lose everything due to stupidity.
My strategy for depositing funds:
1) Sweep the paper wallet into my Blockchain.info account using the private key (charges a fee)
2) Transfer the Blockchain.info balance into my GDAX account (charges a fee)
3) Sell on GDAX for $$$
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How To Make A Secure BIP 38 Encrypted Bitcoin Paper Wallet – TUTORIAL

How To Make A Secure BIP 38 Encrypted Bitcoin Paper Wallet – TUTORIAL submitted by umair786000 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin 101 - Intro to Paper Wallets & Cold Storage. Bitcoin Security & Fun with Sloppy Wallets

Bitcoin 101 - Intro to Paper Wallets & Cold Storage. Bitcoin Security & Fun with Sloppy Wallets submitted by Anenome5 to BitcoinWallet [link] [comments]

Hello! I have BTC on a Nano S and I have BTC on a paper wallet. I have read about issues with importing keys to electrum, blockchain.info, jaxx have had security issues. What is the safest way to transfer my BTC to Nano S. Your expertise is appreciated. /r/Bitcoin

Hello! I have BTC on a Nano S and I have BTC on a paper wallet. I have read about issues with importing keys to electrum, blockchain.info, jaxx have had security issues. What is the safest way to transfer my BTC to Nano S. Your expertise is appreciated. /Bitcoin submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Is a self validating Core wallet secure and unhackable? Is it better than a paper wallet? /r/Bitcoin

Is a self validating Core wallet secure and unhackable? Is it better than a paper wallet? /Bitcoin submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Please critique my Bitcoin paper wallet strategy - Looking for advice on security and fee minimization /r/Bitcoin

Please critique my Bitcoin paper wallet strategy - Looking for advice on security and fee minimization /Bitcoin submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Such Security for all your Dogeies: Mycelium Entropy is a small USB device that uses hardware based entropy to generate printable Bitcoin/Dogecoin paper wallets.

Such Security for all your Dogeies: Mycelium Entropy is a small USB device that uses hardware based entropy to generate printable Bitcoin/Dogecoin paper wallets. submitted by tokamak-reddit to dogecoin [link] [comments]

[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] For Noobs! Setting Up A Bitcoin Paper Wallet Quickly and Securely!

The following post by stellarowl12 is being replicated because some comments within the post(but not the post itself) have 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:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZmL3Gj94fjA
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Safe Paper Wallet: Offline/Cold storage paper wallet kits, pre-printed, beautiful and with many security features. Don't keep your bitcoin online - keep it safe with a safepaperwallet.

We have opened pre-orders for the SafePaperWallet kit, a pre-printed sheet (4 up) of beautiful paper wallets, with great security features. The QR codes are blank so you can add them securely at home, while offline:
See the process
These paper wallets are made on a beautiful, thick weave-texture, acid-free and archival quality paper, using the highest professional quality printing process: linotype press.
Each wallet has a backup "stub" so you can store a second copy of the keys at a different location.
The wallet layout, with backup stub
Each kit includes opaque scratch-off security stickers to put on the private keys, to protect from disclosure, water, dirt or scratches.
Applying and scratching off the security stickers
Each kit also comes with instructions and a set of blank templates to align and test your printer
Your kit includes 10 sheets of four paper wallets each, enough to print 40 wallets so you can spread your bitcoin fortune and reduce the risk of loss:
Sheet of paper wallets
Buy your SafePaperWallet kit now, at a discounted price for pre-orders while supplies last
Update: The first 8 of 12 were sold in two days. Four more kits for pre-order, then the price goes up.
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