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Okay, so I have seen the questions on how to go from Bitcoin Core to MultiBit, but I want to go the other way. Really, I downloaded and started using the wrong wallet. I wouldn't even mind MultiBit if it wasn't for that the default folder can't be mo
Actually you can spend these if you REALLY need it creating a raw transaction: Collect unspent outputs. RPC listunspent does this, but IIRC it's empty until you download the whole blockchain. You can also check Blockchain
Supported exchanges: OkCoin, Bitfinex, BTC-e, Bitstamp, goc. io, Indacoin, BTCChina, Bitmarket. pl and Bitcurex
The Bitcoin client has been hosted on GitHub for a while now. It's very close to what Satoshi initially wrote. Here's the first commit dated back to 2009: https://github
Bitcoin-Qt version 0. 8. 6 release candidate 1 is now available from: http://sourceforge
Many such sites use JavaScript to generate the private key on the client side but this method is not considered sufficiently secure for managing any significant amount of bitcoins. Generation of private keys via smartphone has proven problematic in t
The code referred to by that thread will become 0. 8, and is not in any released versions as of January 2012. 0
This is done so as to ensure you have all of your keys backed up. BitcoinQT uses a new address for each transaction - taking them from the pool of unused addresses. However, as there is a pool of those addresses always kept in the file, even if you b