How to use Bitcoins

Making Bitcoin Easier to Use

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As you probably have already figured out, Bitcoin is going to be a complicated platform for you to know. You are going to have to practice a lot and make sure that you are having a lot of patience so that you can find the proper mining pool and wallet that is going to give you everything that you are looking for. If you do not locate the wallet or pool that is going to meet all of your wants and needs, then you are better off waiting and doing more research till you can find the one that is absolutely perfect for you.

When it comes to buying or getting coins, you are going to want to make sure you are not going over your means, even if that means that you do a mixture of buying and mining.


In this chapter, you are going to learn some of the things that are going to be there to help make it to where you are able to use bitcoin a little easier. The whole point behind these tips and tricks is to make Bitcoin easier for you!

Have two separate wallets. You are not going to need to keep all of your coins in the same wallet if you are going to be spending them. Keeping them in a wallet that is known as your savings wallet and then having another wallet for all of your negotiations will make it easier for you to try and keep hackers from getting your coins. The great thing about Bitcoin is that you are not going to have a limit on wallets that you are going to be able to have in your possession. It is not going to be hard for hackers to follow negotiation records to find out which wallets belong to the same people, but it is going to be harder to hack into the wallets and get all of your coins. You can even keep coins in multiple wallets so that you do not lose all of them.

Savings and web wallets are going be hacked and and they will take all your coins away, leaving you empty. Being that there is no way for you to truly show that the coins are yours which means that you are not going to get them back. A web wallet, while convenient is going to need to be used like a checking account. So, in other words, you are going to need to use a web wallet if you are going to be spending your coins sooner rather than later. The faster that you spend them, the less likely you are going to be opening yourself up to hackers to take your coins. You should remember that Bitcoin is not going to work like a credit card.

Protect your privacy. The private key that you get is going to be like your pin number for your wallet, and you are not going to give that out to people so why would you give out your private key?

Cold storage makes it to where you do not need to keep your coins in a wallet or not. No matter where the coins are, they are going to be open to attacks. Bitcoin wallet applications are going to save the data in locations that are predictable as well as vulnerable. There are attacks that have been reported by the consumers of Bitcoin, and the most common solution solutions that you are going to find is that you are going to need to take your private key and keep it stored offline. Whenever you save your key offline, it will be saved as QR code, and you are going to have the ability to print it off onto a piece of paper or save it onto a USB stick.

Whenever you want to transfer bitcoins from a wallet that you have listed offline so that they can go somewhere else, then you are going to need to take that code and scan it before entering your key in the fields that require it. For some extra security, you are going to want to encrypt your private key that way they are useless if a hacker gets a hold of them. You will just need to make sure that you are not forgetting what your encryption password is or else you are out of luck.

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