Bitcoin Wallets: Die 7 BESTEN WALLETS im Vergleich

Are there any advantages of going with a Trezor vs Ledger Nano S or vice versa? Looking to move my stuff off of coinable and into a hardware wallet but not sure which to choose. /r/Bitcoin

Are there any advantages of going with a Trezor vs Ledger Nano S or vice versa? Looking to move my stuff off of coinable and into a hardware wallet but not sure which to choose. /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

i know this question has been asked before but what is a better wallet to use other then coinable with lesser fees /r/Bitcoin

i know this question has been asked before but what is a better wallet to use other then coinable with lesser fees /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

hey everyone, quick question

so ive been verified on coinable for awhile. and while it still allows me to buy and sell bitcoin it won't let me send it to another wallet. this actually happened a few days ago, I bought some bitcoin, wouldn't let me send unless I verified again. then checked later that night and it allowed me to to another wallet no problem. wtf? anybody else have this problem do I just need to wait it out?
Edit: COINBASE not coinable
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Looking for Technical Information about Mining Pools

I'm doing research on how exactly bitcoins are mined, and I'm looking for detailed information about how mining pools work - i.e. what exactly is the pool server telling each participating miner to do.
It's so far my understanding that, when Bitcoins are mined, the following steps take place:
  1. Transactions from the mempool are selected for a new block; this may or may not be all the transactions in said mempool. A coinable transaction - which consists of the miner's wallet's address and other arbitrary data - that will help create new Bitcoin will also be added to the new block.
  2. All of said transactions are hashed together into a Merkle Root. The hashing algorithm is Double SHA-256.
  3. A block header is formed for the new block. Said block header consists of a Version, the Block Hash of the Previous Block in the Blockchain, said Merkle Root from earlier, a timestamp in UTC, the target, and a nonce - which is 32 bits long and can be any value from 0x00000000 to 0xFFFFFFFF (a total of 4,294,967,296 nonce values in total).
  4. The nonce value is set to 0x00000000, and said block header is double hashed to get the Block Hash of the current block; and if said Block Hash starts with a certain number of zeroes (depending on the difficulty), the miner sends the block to the Bitcoin Network, the block successfully added to the blockchain and the miner is awarded with newly created bitcoin.
  5. But if said Block Hash does not start with the required number of zeroes, said block will not be accepted by the network, and the miner Double Hashes the block again, but with a different nonce value; but if none of the 4,294,967,296 nonce values yields a Block Hash with the required number of zeroes, it will be impossible to add the block to the network - and in that case, the miner will either need to change the timestamp and try all 4,294,967,296 nonce values again, or the miner will need to start all over again and compose a new block with a different set of transactions (either a different coinable transaction, a different set of transactions from the mempool, or both).
Now, what I'm trying to figure out is what exactly each miner is doing differently in a mining pool, and if it is different depending on the pool.
One thing I've read is that a mining pool gives each participating miner a different set of transactions from the mempool.
I've also read that, because the most sophisticated miners can try all 4,294,967,296 nonce values in less than a fraction of a second, and since the timestamp can only be updated every second, the coinbase transaction is used as a "second nonce" (although, it is my understanding that, being part of a transaction, if this "extra nonce" is changed, all the transactions need to be double hashed into a new Merkle Root); and I may have read someplace that miners could also be given the same set of transactions from the mempool, but are each told to use a different set of "extra nonce" values for the coinbase transaction.
Is there anything else that pools tell miners to do differently? Is each pool different in the instructions it gives to the participating miners? Did I get anything wrong?
I want to make sure I have a full technical understanding of what mining pools are doing to mine bitcoin.
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01-02 09:42 - 'Splitting BCH ABC/SV' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/gengear1 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 14-24min

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Hi Guys, I'm wondering the best and safest way to split my BCH that I hold on Coinable and if it is even possible to send them from there and then split them. I had some held on Bittrex and it automatically split them. I have tried a couple of other options (with very small amounts) using the electron cash wallet and using my ledger hardware wallet and creating a splitter wallet/tool etc and then sending to the binance bch sv wallet where they were supposed to have then been split and added to both BCH wallets. The process was quite longwinded, pretty technical but ultimately it didn't work and I was just credited to the BCH ABC wallet. Another thread suggested sending to coinex where it supposedly would be auto split, (also didn't work) I'm not a techie but can follow instruction pretty well but really would be looking to send them to an exchange or wallet that would auto split them for me. Any advice would be greatly appreciated....
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Splitting BCH ABC/SV
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Transferring Bitcoin to myself - Crazy Fee?

So I'm in Canada. I opened up a Coinbase account and bought $250 worth of BTC. 4% fee, was $10. Not a problem. (This is my first purchase into Bitcoin, and I wanted to get in during this, what I call some what of a correction.)
Now, I don't want to store my BTC on coinable, ideal I want to bring it to an e-wallet on my phone (MyCelium?) then print it to a paper. Coinbase "network fee" (to send money from coinbase to mycelium) is $45!
[On a side-note, I also wanted to put some money onto Cryptopia to buy a few alt-coins. Would I then have to incur another $45 fee to put some money there? Or MyCelium fee to send is $30, which I would then have to spent $30 to send some BTC to my Cryptopia wallet?]
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Looking for advice on how best to buy and store bitcoin cash.

Hey guys, I am relatively new to crypto and I have been slowly buying a little btc here and there, but I don't want to put all my eggs in one basket and I like that bitcoin cash is trying to keep bitcoin along the original vision. I would like to buy some bitcoin cash, but I have only worked with coinable so far, and I am not sure how wallets work with different cryptocurrencies yet. Does every wallet that supports btc support bitcoincash as well? I still don't quite have my head wrapped around that part of it yet. I have been using bread wallet for my btc so far. Any advice/recommendations would be helpful. Thanks in advance!
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Best wallet

I was wondering what the best Eth wallet was out there, being new to this. I have been warned away from Coinable because of fee's and being a little too restrictive on what you can do with your funds. So I was told go check out blockchain.info and I started an account but it appears they only do bitcoins! What is the best wallet out there with the lowest fee's, great security and easy to use?
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need help with a wallet that supports BIP148

So I'm pretty new looking to get/download a wallet and need help.... i wanted a ledger or a trezor but ledger is out of stock until aug 28th and tremor only accepts bitcoins which is fine but mine are on coinable which they do not accept...so i need a wallet that will support bit 148 and after much research I'm finding it hard to find clear answers... it seams bread wallet does not at the moment support bit 148 so I'm coming here for help, a safe secure iOS app would be preferable... any answers for a newb hodler?
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Bought Bitcoins Years Ago, Now Want To Get Active

I'm one of the dumb guys. I got caught up in the bitcoin hype and bought 1.6 bitcoins when the price was around $912. Not the best time by a long shot. Fast forward a few months and the price was really low as well as my confidence in decision making haha. I now want to get a little bit more active in the bitcoin world.
I currently have my coins on Coinbase. My coins are stored in the vault. I recently bough a very small amount of bitcoins and noticed that it takes over 7 days to clear. I started looking up information on exchanges, but I feel I have more questions than answers now.
1) I see that Coinable has their own exchange. I have also read that kraken is a good exchange to use. Is one preferable to the other?
2) Lets say I am using GDAX and I think that the price is high and is going to drop over the next few weeks. I want to sell with the intention of buying more coins with the profits made from the sell when I think the price will climb again. Does that money get transferred to my bank account and then I have to pull from there again when I want to buy? Or is it saved on the exchange somehow so I can then buy back without the long waiting periods.
3)What if I think that the price is going to shoot up and I want the coins at the price I see now. Will the exchange lock in the price that I have bought the coins at or does it change when the transaction is approved?
4) With IRS trying to get more information on coinbase users should I not use coinbase to sell and only buy?
5) Lets say that I decide to use Kraken. How do I get my bitcoins over from my coinbase wallet to the kraken exchange and are they secure in that state?
6)I think that my 2nd question also applies to my 5th question.
Sorry, if these are dumb questions. I am trying to get my head around a lot of new concepts.
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12-07 02:52 - 'Did coinable just fuck my dickhole with a skewer?' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/Messido removed from /r/Bitcoin within 38-48min

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Long story short, I bought bitcoins today from coinbase AND THE DAMN FUCKERS didn't have any damn warning anywhere around their website regarding CANADIANS NOT BEING ABLE TO SELL OR CASH OUT?! (They obviously knew I'm Canadian the damn second I registered) It's not until I found out as a Canadian I can't link a bank account (wanted to raise my limit), so I googled around to see why is that and I find this reddit post: [link]1
It's been 9 damn months since they did this and they're still "working on it"... ya ok. So all my rage aside, anyone else experiencing this or know anyone that has?
1) WHY THE FUCK don't they have a warning saying they don't support all functionality to Canadians (I can't even buy more than a mere shitty $250 worth of bitcoins A WEEK cause there's no option to verify Canadian bank accounts)
2) How the fuck am I taking my money out of coinbase so I can migrate it to another actually useful bitcoin wallet app? Or (just thought about this) is it possible to open up another wallet with a Canadian provider and just transfer my bitcoins from shitty coinbase to whatever other service that's of use to me... thanks for your patience with my RAGE
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Did coinable just fuck my dickhole with a skewer?
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1: https://www.reddit.com/CoinBase/comments/5x6gfg/selling_in_canada/
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Do I need to declare my bitcoin purchases to the IRS?

I'm a US citizen and I purchased bitcoins through coinbase. I am confused about what I should do.
Please don't reply "ask your accountant". I don't think mine knows what a bitcoin is yet :-)
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