BTC and BCH and paper wallet

I would recommend using your Blockchain.info wallet which supports both BTC and BCH but gives you full control over your private keys as opposed to Coinbase which controls your private keys. To import your coins into your Blockchain.info wallet from your paper wallet do the following:

  1. Log into your wallet
  2. Click “Settings” on the left hand side of the screen
  3. Click “Addresses” from the dropdown list
  4. On this screen you can select either “Bitcoin” or “Bitcoin Cash”. Select “Bitcoin”
  5. Click on “Import Bitcoin Address”
  6. Enter in your private key from your paper wallet and this will “sweep” all your Bitcoin into your Blockchain.info wallet.

The same private key also controls your Bitcoin Cash since you had them in the paper wallet pre-fork. I’m not sure if the above automatically imports your Bitcoin Cash into the Bitcoin Cash section of your wallet or if you have to repeat the process under the Bitcoin Cash option. Either way your coins are still under your control. Now you can start transacting with them on their respective blockchains. If you aren’t planning on doing any transactions with then, I would just keep them in the paper wallet as this does not expose your private keys to the internet for potential hackers. Just make a backup copy or two of your paper wallet and keep in a totally separate (off-site) secure location in case of catastrophic loss to the original paper.

transactions – How small can a payment be while still adding value to your wallet?

You generally would not be able to receive a single satoshi.

The Bitcoin Protocol defines something known as a “dust limit”.

The exact value of this limit varies based on the receiving address type, but it is defined as the minimum amount of BTC required to spend an input for a given address type.

It is calculated by using a basic 1 input 1 output transaction consuming an input from that address type at the minimum acceptable fee level, and calculating its fee (minimum fee level * tx size).

This works out to 546 satoshis for traditional p2pkh addresses, and 294 for p2wpkh addresses.

Transactions that create one or more outputs under the dust limit will be rejected by the network and you will not be able to broadcast them (even if other outputs in the transaction are above the dust limit). If you’re left with a value under the dust limit as change, most wallets will add it to the fee.

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Transfer BTC from paper wallet without 3rd party (like blockchain.com etc)

Electrum does not share your private key with its server. I would use Electrum as it’s very convenient, well-maintained and it does not have large storage requirements.

  • Create new wallet
  • File > Sweep private key

Some other options are:

  • Bitcoin Core, which expects you to download the whole blockchain. Use the importprivkey command.
  • BRD wallet, which is my favorite mobile wallet that can sweep from QR.
  • CoPay mobile wallet also has the same feature.

Electrum and Bitcoin Core are the two most popular desktop wallets. (Core was actually designed as a full node, therefore it’s not very user-friendly and not the best wallet). I’m not aware of a third desktop wallet.

bitcoin core – Wallet balance reset

Maybe my question will be stupid, but still I hope for help.
Launched a wallet. Synchronized with the network, and my balance dropped to 0.
According to the history, it was written that the last transaction was July 1, but this is not my business, I didn’t even open the wallet.
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wallet.dat – “wallet corrupt salvage failed” Error. Help with pywallet

I wrote a guide to corrupt Bitcoin Wallet recovery. Yes, you should use pywallet. It can dump the private keys from your wallet to a file even if Bitcoin Core fails to salvage it. You can then import them into a new wallet.

Dump the wallet with pywallet to extract the private keys:

python pywallet.py –dumpwallet > wallet.text --passphrase= PASSPHRASE

Now find the address containing your Bitcoins and sweep the private key.

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bitcoin core – Since which version the mining functionality removed from wallet?

As I’m starting to learn to create a new altcoin, I found there is a remarkable difference between old and new Bitcoin/Litecoin Core wallet is that old versions (0.6.9 of Litecoin) have mining functionality integrated in the wallet with a tab and a button for it while new versions (from 0.7.0.1 of Bitcoin) don’t.

So my question is from which version the mining functionality removed from wallet? Is there any change logs/release notes/statements that say about this change? And can someone tell me why we should separate it from the wallet?

I really want to see if I can re-integrate this functionality back to the wallet as most of my clients are low-tech and a button “Mining” will be definitely much visually easier then running bunch of lines of command in the terminal.

I guess some of you may then start to tell me to stop creating new altcoins but my clients really want to have a new bitcoin-like currency for their private business so I think you will unlikely to see it public elsewhere if you’re not part of the business so never mind. 🙂

Any reference links or articles or kinds of help will be highly appreciated. Thank you!