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What is Bitcoin? Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency and a payment system invented by an unidentified programmer, or group of programmers, under the name of Satoshi Nakamoto. Bitcoin was introduced on 31 October 2008 to a cryptography mailing list, and relea
Addresses are the public key of an asymmetric key pair An address represents the public key of an asymmetric key pair.
The answer from AntonAnsgar is pretty good; I'm adding this as additional information. Offline wallets are stored on a computer that never connects to the network so they can only be hacked by being physically present. Additional security can be adde
Without a Bitcoin wallet, you can’t send or receive Bitcoin payments. So before you get bitcoins, you’ll need to buy, download, or create a bitcoin wallet. Are you a new Bitcoin user? We highly recommend the free Breadwallet
Recent changes to Andreas Schildbach's Bitcoin client for Android have removed the option to export private keys. This has been replaced by an option to back up the entire wallet. Unfortunately, the wallet data of the Schildbach client is stored in a
Symmetric Ciphers Online allows you to encrypt or decrypt arbitrary message using several well known symmetric encryption algorithms such as AES, 3DES, or BLOWFISH. Symmetric ciphers use the same (or very similar from the algorithmic point of view) k
I am going to second the malware idea. You didn't just make that transaction by accident. To stop this in the future is easy: Step 1
If you have the private key that relates to an address, then you can use that to instantly make transactions with bitcoins that are stored against that address. However, most exchanges and online wallets provide you with a unique address without prov
It is a common question, how to sync a wallet across different devices. As far as I understand, a wallet is just a collection of private keys. Each private key can be uniquely identified using the bitcoin address associated with the key
Welcome to the Bitcoin Stack Exchange! Would it be a fair guess to say you're pretty new to the whole idea of bitcoins? If so, you've come to the right place! Let me know if I'm misreading your current level of understanding, but I'll try and get you