The Crypto Dad shows you how download and verify the Armory bitcoin wallet. Important software used is: Bitcoin Armory Home page: https://btcarmory.com/ Software verification is done with: GnuPG https://gnupg.org/ Specifically the Windows version: https://www.gpg4win.org/ MD5 & SHA Checksum Utility https://raylin.wordpress.com/downloads/md5-sha-1-checksum-utility/ Donate Bitcoin: 1JBxwXG8P6PYKKsrHKzQduM8s8RoV3dnjr What is Bitcoin? Bitcoin is a new technology that functions as a digital currency. It is a peer-based, decentralized way to hold, store, send, and receive value. It does this by maintaining a cryptographic “ledger” called the Blockchain. All of the bitcoins in existence are created and stored on the Blockchain. Bitcoin with a capital “B” refers to the technology itself. Bitcoin spelled with a little “b” refers to the tokens that hold the value and can be exchanged with others. Multiple copies of the Blockchain exist on thousands if not millions of computers worldwide. Each copy of the Blockchain “verifies” itself by connecting to the Internet and making sure it has the most up-to-date list of transactions. The Blockchain maintains its integrity by using strong, modern, encryption techniques. This makes it impossible for anyone to alter the ledger, create fake transaction or “double-spend” their bitcoins. Bitcoins do not require banks or third-party financial services to act as central clearing houses for electronic transfers. In essence, Bitcoin technology “cuts out the middleman”. Bitcoin is a decentralized, peer-to-peer monetary system that exists outside of the traditional, centralized, fiat-currency based financial system. Is Bitcoin money? Good question! The short answer is yes! But the long answer requires that we talk a little about what “money” is or what it should be. Money is basically an idea. It is a system that we can all agree upon which allows us to exchange value, so we do not have to carry around cows or chickens with us to trade for the things we need. An ideal money or “currency” should have the following properties: Portable Fungible (interchangeability) Dividable Durable Cognizable (easily identified) Stable Does Bitcoin fit the bill? Well it’s certainly portable. It is all digital. It weighs nothing (unlike gold which can be heavy and bulky in large amounts. For that matter, traditional paper currencies can also become heavy and bulky in large amounts!). It can be sent across the room or around the world with the same ease and comfort. You can carry it on a piece of paper, a laptop, or even your smart phone. It is Fungible. Every bitcoin is like every other bitcoin (unlike shells, beads, and traditional precious metal coins which can be “shaved” or diluted in purity) It is dividable. It is actually one of the most dividable currencies ever conceived! It is possible to spend small fractions of bitcoins and no need exists to make change. When was the last time you were able to spend 1/8 of a penny? Bitcoin is durable. It is protected by strong encryption and the Blockchain exists in thousands if not millions of locations simultaneously. You would literally have to delete the blockchain from every computer and smart phone in the world to destroy a bitcoin. Bitcoin is cognizable or easily recognized. It’s based on math. No one can dispute a number or deny that 1 + 1 =2. People are just beginning to understand what Bitcoin is. There is a bit of a learning curve. But once you are familiar with it, you will know it when you see it. Is Bitcoin stable? Well the current value of a bitcoin has been quite volatile lately in relation to other traditional currencies. But the Bitcoin plan calls for the creation of only 21 million bitcoins. In this way, Bitcoin will try to avoid the pitfalls of modern fiat currencies such as inflation, deflation, market manipulation, monetary policy, quantitative easing, and other central manipulations that effect the day-to-day value of the money we use.
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This is a tutorial for using the Armory client to generate an offline bitcoin wallet, be it on a USB drive or a piece of paper. Armory version used is .88 beta. If you found this tutorial helpful, you can donate to me at: 13yyVApXr8tiJrJGB2QmPaYEnzFHW2v4VG For more information on downloading armory: https://bitcoinarmory.com/get-armory/
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How to install Armory 0.93 and Bitcoin Core 0.10 on Windows 7, and how to create your first wallet. A guide for beginners. Enable subtitles in the video. If you like the guide, feel free to send a donation to the QR code in the video or to bitcoin:1Dtc6P8WfduqeuezHYvhYH3Xxa5euZ4Ng4.
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Making an offline wallet that can't get hacked Tips: 14WHofHo4tF7CV3YzjN2bfo3wkBufMGhdi Links: bitaddress.org http://www.ubuntu.com/download/alternative-downloads How to safely spend coins that are on an offline wallet: https://bitcoinarmory.com/using-offline-wallets-in-armory/
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How to set up a cold storage (a.k.a. offline wallet) in Armory on Ubuntu 14.04. You will see: - How to install Armory on an offline computer. - How to set up an offline wallet and import a watching only version to your online computer. - How to transfer bitcoin TO an offline wallet. - And how to transfer bitcoin FROM an offline wallet. Prerequisites: - PC with an internet connection, running Ubuntu and Armory (see my other tutorial for how to set up Armory). - PC with Ubuntu installed without ever having been connected to the Internet (e.g. a small notebook or similar). - The same version of Ubuntu on both computers. - A USB stick (a small one will do fine). For step-by-step guidance, enable the subtitles! If you like this tutorial, please consider donating an amount of your choice to: 1HjxS2JuYN4dySmxUA15A6cPJGwgsnNPRt Or to the QR code shown in the video.
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For Help/Support and Discussions visit the forums: http://www.jackktutorials.com/forums Sign up for a free account and join the community! In this video I show you how to create a bitcoin wallet on a raspberry pi Resources used in this video ********************************** Raspbian - http://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/ Win32DiscImager - http://sourceforge.net/projects/win32diskimager/files/latest/download packages.tar.gz - http://coldpi.com/packages.tar.gz Armory.tar.gz - http://coldpi.com/armory.tar.gz Raspberry Pi List - http://jackktutorials.com/forums/showthread.php?tid=314 Please check out my links: Website: JackkTutorials.com Forums: JackkTutorials.com/forums Facebook: Facebook.com/JackkTutorials Twitter: Twitter.com/JackkTutorials PayPal Donate: [email protected]
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Watch me walk you through getting your Armory and Bitcoin Core working in sync again. Armory Ver 96.2: https://btcarmory.com/0.96.2-release/ Bitcoin Core V 15: https://bitcoin.org/bin/bitcoin-core-0.15.0/ Coinbase Signup: https://www.coinbase.com/join/5a10e5a1f8cd710276a74d16
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If you're new to Ubuntu and Linux, here's a beginner's guide to installing the newest version of the Armory wallet software along with the newest version of the underlying Bitcoin Core daemon. For step-by-step guidance, enable the subtitles! If you like this tutorial, please consider donating an amount of your choice to: 1HjxS2JuYN4dySmxUA15A6cPJGwgsnNPRt Or to the QR code shown in the video.
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Note: You can still get your Bitcoin Cash AFTER 8-1-17 if the following are the case: 1) You owned Bitcoin in a Bitcoin wallet on 8-1-17 when the Bitcoin Cash fork occurred 2) You have access to the private keys that correspond to that Bitcoin address If that’s the case, congrats – you can get Free Bitcoin Cash! Look for your wallet below to see the process of exporting your private keys. If you run into issues, post a comment below and I’ll try to help. SECTION 1: EXPORTING YOUR LEGACY BITCOIN PRIVATE KEYS FROM A BITCOIN ELECTRUM WALLET: To export your private key from an Electrum Bitcoin wallet and import into the Bitcoin ABC Bitcoin Cash wallet, see the example in the video. The simple text version for Electrum is to go to Wallet - Private Keys - Export and it will dump your private keys into a csv file. Just copy the private key that corresponds to the Bitcoin address which has your balance. Then go to Section 2 below. FROM A BITCOIN QT WALLET: If you have a Bitcoin QT wallet you need to export your Private Key and Import it into the Bitcoin ABC QT wallet. The Bitcoin ABC QT wallet is currently working fine - I can see my Bitcoin Cash balance, however no exchanges are accepting deposits yet so you just have to wait. At lease while we're waiting BCH is going up! I digress. To export your private key from a Bitcoin QT wallet, you need to go into the Console to do it. Follow these steps under your Original Bitcoin QT wallet: Go to Help - Debug Window - Console tab, then type these commands to show your private key - (no parens needed in the command itself, just the value): walletpassphrase (yourfullpassword) 6000 dumpprivkey (your original BTCaddress that held BTC at the time of the fork) The walletpassphrase command unlocks your wallet for the number of seconds you provide - here 10 mins in my example, so you can then get your key. The dumpprivatekey command will show your private key that corresponds to your Bitcoin address. Copy it and go to Section 2. FROM AN ARMORY BITCOIN WALLET: In your Bitcoin Armory wallet your private key can be found by double-clicking your wallet in the Armory main window, click “Backup this wallet”, then select “Export Key Lists” and click the button of the same name. Verify your password, and you’ll be presented with your private key in different encodings. You can remove all checkboxes, except “Private Key (Plain Base58)”. Check the “Omit spaces in key data” box. Now select the key string and copy it and then go to Section 2. FROM AN EXODUS BITCOIN WALLET: On Exodus you need to Choose Developer - Assets - Bitcoin - Export Private Keys… Your private keys will be exported to a folder on your Desktop titled “exodus-exports” Open that file and find your BTC address, select the corresponding private key, copy it and then go to Section 2. FROM A BLOCKCHAIN.INFO BITCOIN WALLET: If your wallet is on Blockchain.info, login and then go to Settings - Addresses on the left. Then find your BTC address and click on More Options, then Private Keys. Validate your password as prompted and when the private key is provided, copy it and go to Section 2. SECTION 2: IMPORTING YOUR LEGACY BITCOIN PRIVATE KEYS Follow these steps to Import your Private Keys into your Bitcoin Cash Wallet: Then to import your private key into your BCH wallet, you need to first download and sync the wallet from BitcoinABC.org. Note, this took me almost 40 hours. Once sync'ed you can follow the steps I show in this video guide or follow the text version below First, as with anything in this space - turn your encryption on under Settings. Then go to Help - Debug Window - Console tab, then type these commands to Import private key into your Bitcoin ABC wallet. walletpassphrase (yourfullpassword) 6000 importprivkey (yourBTCprivatekey) Again, the walletpassphrase command unlocks your wallet for the number of seconds you provide - here 10 mins in my example, so you can then get your key. The importprivkey command will import private key that corresponds to your Bitcoin address. The blockchain will rescan all the transactions for your address and then when it's done you will see your Bitcoin Cash balance in your Bitcoin ABC wallet dashboard. Congratulations, you just got your Free Bitcoin Cash! AFTER CLAIMING YOUR BITCOIN CASH: Before you import your private key and your Bitcoin Cash is showing, transact in the following order to be safe: 1) Move your original BTC from your address to another address and never use that original address on the original chain again 2) Leave your Bitcoin Cash at your original address until sending transactions safely is confirmed/mining running okay/exchanges open up BCH deposits, etc. To your crypto success! Techman34 If you were able to successfully claim your Bitcoin Cash and you'd like to buy me a coffee, donations are very appreciated: BTC - 15JeyWEoxN26J2arKbaz8Jp1Q3r3jELwve Get Your Free Ethereum Mining Guide @ http://bit.ly/2unfzVE
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The Crypto Dad shows you how to buy bitcoin. We go through downloading (with verification) and installing the electrum bitcoin wallet. Then we go the Coinbase website to purchase some bitcoin and then transfer it into our personal wallets. Important software used is: Electrum bitcoin wallet: https://electrum.org/#home Armory bitcoin wallet: https://www.bitcoinarmory.com/ Software verification is done with: GnuPG. https://gnupg.org/ Specifically Gpg4Win. https://www.gpg4win.org/index.html We buy the bitcoin at: https://www.coinbase.com/ We also check out: https://paxful.com/ Donate Bitcoin: 1JBxwXG8P6PYKKsrHKzQduM8s8RoV3dnjr
Views: 20709 Rex Kneisley
In this video I'll show you how to make a secure and encrypted USB Bitcoin Wallet. I'm going to use MultiBit to create this wallet and then store it onto a USB thumb drive for safe keeping. I'm also going to copy the contents of the USB drive onto multiple other USB drives so that my money is backed up in multiple locations. This way, if anything happens to one of my USB wallets, I can fall back on a copy that I made, and recover the bitcoins (BTC). Even though there are copies of my wallet files, they will all be updated to the real balance if any one of them is modified. This is because the private keys, once accessed with your password or pass phrase, within the Bitcoin network ultimately keep track of the money associated with them. This is why we can create this wallet offline, and allow the network to synchronize and verify that the funds that are supposed to be in our wallet appear. If necessary, we can send the funds from the USB stick to another wallet, either Online, Cloud, or Offline cold storage. Thanks for watching! Bitcoin For Beginners on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bitcoin-For-Beginners/1413871525522163 Bitcoin For Beginners on Twitter! https://twitter.com/BTCBeginners TRUSTED DOWNLOAD LINKS: MultiBit: https://www.multibit.org/ INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAC OS AND LINUX: https://multibit.org/en/help/v0.4/help_runFromUSBDrive.html Thanks!
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This video shows how to import mini private key step-by-step In this video I use method 2 described below. I used Armory wallet to import my mini private keys but the process should be similar with other wallets that supports importing mini private key. This video is also available in Swedish: https://youtu.be/0_2xgelv_mM Also see my other video where I use method 1 to redeem litecoin: "How to redeem (claim/extract) litecoin from a physical coin by Lealana" English - https://youtu.be/txqYBXD9kng Swedish - https://youtu.be/LgQsdJk_6JI About the physical coin by Casascius: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Casascius_physical_bitcoins https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Mini_private_key_format Explorer: The sites below supports the visible part of address on the back of the physical coin https://casascius.uberbills.com/ https://casascius.ludvigart.com/ Method 1 - convert to standard private key and import in core wallet Step 1 of 2 - Converting mini private key to standard private key You can use the following website to make the conversion Online: https://www.bitaddress.org/ Offline (download): https://github.com/pointbiz/bitaddress.org 1. Go to page "Wallet Details" 2. Enter the mini private key and click "View details" 3. Copy the "Private Key WIF" (51 characters) Step 2 of 2 - Importing standard private key to core wallet 1. Open the bitcoin core wallet and make sure it is 100% synchronized with network 2. Go to menu "Help" and choose "Debug" 3. In the Debug window, go to "Console" tab 4. Type in without quotations "importprivkey YourPrivateKey" and press enter Method 2 - importing mini private key directly into supported wallet According to forums and information on the internet the following bitcoin wallets should support importing mini private key: Armory wallet Electrum wallet Samourai wallet
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I made this video showing how I backup and secure my bitcoin and other crypto wallets. Donations Gratefully Accepted, Thank you BTC / SJCX / XCP 1HGYpccdcCuQxA5dvCUYtcKMSZXdXrZQNE . Buy anything on Amazon US http://amzn.to/1Ttb8P9 UK http://amzn.to/27P0s71
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I made an app and some python scripts that allow one to use Armory offline without moving transaction content back and forth with USB keys. This makes it so you can have an offline wallet in Armory that never touches networks or removable media after setup. Code: https://github.com/hank/armorycompanion https://github.com/hank/armorycompanion-python
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The Crypto Dad goes through the steps involved in verifying the webpage at https://bitaddress.org Bitaddress.org is a website that allows you to generate a unique bitcoin address that you can use for a cold-storage paper wallet. Verification of this site is very important. The steps followed are outlined here: 1. Save the developer’s signing file on your computer. 2. Import the signing file into your GPG keyring 3. Save the CHANGELOG to your computer 4. Verify the signed CHANGELOG using GPG and the signing key you downloaded in step 1 5. Save the wallet page to your computer as HTML only. 6. Generate a SHA256 hash from the saved webpage 7. Verify that the generated SHA256 hash matches the hash in the now-trusted CHANGELOG You can get the GnuPG verification software at: https://gnupg.org/ Specifically Gpg4Win. https://www.gpg4win.org/index.html Sha Sum Checking is done with: MD5 & SHA Checksum Utility https://raylin.wordpress.com/downloads/md5-sha-1-checksum-utility/ Or The online Checker http://onlinemd5.com/ Donate Bitcoin: 1JBxwXG8P6PYKKsrHKzQduM8s8RoV3dnjr
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Install Bitcoin Armory on an Offline Computer: Part 1
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http://millybitcoin.com/anatomy-of-a-bitcoin-wallet/. A Bitcoin wallet is a collection of Bitcoin addresses. A wallet can be encrypted. A "watch only" wallet can only receive bitcoins and is highly secure. Bitcoin addresses can be created by the wallet or imported. "Change" addresses are also explained. For more information visit http://MillyBitcoin.com
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Short tutorial on how to install the Bitcoin Core wallet on Linux. http://teklordz.net
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This talk was recorded at BSides Winnipeg 2013. More information can be found at http://bsideswpg.ca/. Motivations for operating an offline bitcoin wallet will be explained and security risks associated with obtaining and relying on such software will be examined. The practicality of performing software audits will be discussed, with the size of Armory's code as an example. A small, offline bitcoin wallet implementation will be demonstrated and auditability examined. The presentation will conclude with the potential useful role for self-programmable retro computers under more paranoid circumstances.
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This video tutorial shows an example of importing bitcoin paper wallets into bitcoin software in order to use the coins in them. We are using the Armory wallet in this example.
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How To Get Bitcoins http://www.gobitcoin24.com http://moblr.io/D0zKG For starters we suggest to use a Bitcoin wallet solutions provider: www.coinbase.com (For USA residents) www.itbit.com (For all countries except USA -- Singapore based) www.bitstamp.net (For Europeans -- Exchange Based in UK & Slovenia) www.justcoin.com (For Europeans -Exchange based in Norway) www.vip.btcchina.com (For Chinese residents) www.huobi.com (For Chinese residents) www.btc-e.com (Russian residents) www.bitonic.nl (Dutch exchange -- No wallet service) With an unverified account you are often able to receive and send Bitcoins. You need to get verified to fund your bitcoin account from your bank account. Requirements are often a full colour copy/scan from an utility bill (Proof of address) and an ID (Passport, Driving license) because of the Know Your Customer (KYC) policy from above providers. An alternative is to use a Bitcoin friend if you are not able to get a verified account at Coinbase, Bitstamp, or an other exchange. Send him some money and ask him to give you the value back in Bitcoins :) It is a workaround, not something we promote. If you want to have your own Bitcoin wallet we suggest Multibit or Armory: This give you complete control over your wallet. You are responsible for protecting your money and doing backups. MultiBit is a secure, lightweight, international Bitcoin wallet for Windows, MacOS and Linux: www.multibit.org Armory is an advanced Bitcoin client that expands its features for Bitcoin power users. It offers many backup and encryption features, and it allows secure cold-storage on offline computers.
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Bitcoin is the currency of the future! And to secure your Wallet we use innovative an innovative multisignature and presigned transaction to offer a true open source zero trust experience (see our Chrome App https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/greenaddressit/dgbimgjoijjemhdamicmljbncacfndmp ) We don't make you choose between security and convenience. And we don't compromise your privacy. Our per-transaction two factor authentication, multi-signature and deterministic wallet allow you unprecedented control over your transactions. And, we never see your private keys, not even encrypted. At the same time we make it trivial to view and transfer your funds. Take control of your future now, at GreenAddress.it.
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Follow me on https://Twitter.com/ContrarianDude Click here to learn how to protect your wealth during the coming currency crisis http://www.successcouncil.com/sc/great_wealth_transfer.php?a_aid=5106e35d53c7e Click here to learn more about the Bitcoin Starter kit http://www.successcouncil.com/bitcoin/starter_kit4.php?a_aid=527bb2bdcb212 Alan Reiner from Bitcoin Armory discussing mulit-sig Lock boxes #maxwrightsc Fair Use Notice - This site contains copyrighted material the use of which has not always been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. It is being made available in an effort to advance the understanding of environmental, political, human rights, economic, democracy, scientific, and social justice issues, and so on. It is believed that this constitutes a 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law.
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how to create cryptocurrency (Bitcoin,ethereum,litecoin,dogecoin and All other) wallet: This is a how to video on creating bitcoin paper wallets. While there are other more secure ways of creating paper wallets for bitcoin, the method that I show you in this video is moderatly safe. Safe enough to store decent amounts of BTC. I don't think I would reccomend storing more than a few hundred dollars worth of BTC in these paper wallets, but they can still serve as a convienient option for handling your Bitcoin. In the following videos, I will show you how to create much more secure Papers wallets for your BTC using an open source program called, Bitcoin Armory. But until then, enjoy learning how to make a Bitcoin Paper Wallet! Bitcoin is becoming more widely accepted by the day. The value is soaring, and it's not difficult to understand the attractiveness that this entirely digital, peer-to-peer currency offers. Unlike fiat currencies provided by the various central banks, Bitcoin cannot be debased and diluted without restraint. Currently there are slightly less than 11 million Bitcoins in existence, and that number will rise over the next 120 years to reach the maximum limit of 21 million Bitcoins. By design, Bitcoins will retain their value, yet when compared to the major national currencies, Bitcoin is likely to increase in value due to the falling value of the fiat currencies. Now is the time to create your Bitcoin Wallet and start reaping the benefits of an honest, transparent currency that provides a haven in a world drowning in ever more fiat "money". how to create cryptocurrency wallet! Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EducationTelecast Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/EduTelecast Subscribe us on: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjvAgIzTwV8h_jWMDOF9P4w?sub_confirmation=1 Visit us on: https://www.educationtelecast.cf/ -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "How To Make Money Online - $150 to $200 In 1 Month|How to get bonus for forex trading in Urdu/Hindi" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mOWHE2Dy8xc -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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In this tutorial I will show how to set up a portable version of the bitcoin core client using window 7. This method allows you to store a full client on a usb drive as well as provides a easy way to backup your wallet.dat file. If you find this helpful please consider donating so I can make more vids. Please visit the site, comment, rate, and subscribe. Constructive feedback is always welcome. This intro was made on fiverr by LILITGINOSYAN for $5 https://www.fiverr.com/lilitginosyan Please visit the website http://thecryptotarian.com/
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Links: How to create a multisig address and spend from it in bitcoin core: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YN2Vyu9RupU Intro to Paper Wallets: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1uefzJJ6nM BIP38 Password Protected Paper Wallets: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=872eSnlKUeg Multisig Addresses: lhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIbUSaZBJgU Multisig with Coinb.in: https://medium.com/@TheAlexGalaxy/multisig-bitcoin-transactions-with-coinbin-9bf6557a179c
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