Home > Uncategorized > Bitcoin 101 – Getting Your BTCs out of Your Paper Wallets & Cold Storage – Fun with Sloppy Wallets Bitcoin 101 – Getting Your BTCs out of Your Paper Wallets & Cold Storage – Fun with Sloppy Wallets newstrackone July 18, 2017 Uncategorized 50 Comments Are your bitcoins stuck in cold storage or on your paper wallet? Sure those are both GREAT places to keep them, but how do you get them out? What does … source Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Related Tweet Pin It Related Posts FBNC – Onecoin: Đầu tư tiền ảo, mất tiền thật ! Germany raises 2017 growth forecast to 1.5 percent Onecoin Keyu Join Kaary? By Homeo Dr & Waqar Zaka About The Author newstrackone 50 Comments Dora - homebiz July 18, 2017 how did you get the 'QR journal' you use? This one to transfer the key to Blockchain without having to type all the key?! 🙂 JesusChrist5000 July 18, 2017 Do you know how to do this with Litecoin? I can't find a litecoin platform that will do it. Jack Crowley July 18, 2017 Fantastic information and delivery! Luc Heuer July 18, 2017 Can you import just a portion of your cold storage funds? Does it have to be swept in one transaction? Thanks. BC July 18, 2017 what is the difference between sweep and direct import? click411 July 18, 2017 I keep trying to test with blockchain and copay and I have even been up to $10 and everything always says insufficiant funds Ihtef Keles July 18, 2017 wouldnt it be dangerous when i have to expose my private key on this kind of Websites? I would make a New paper wallet in which in would transfer the Rest. And i always need to download that in Order to mantarın full security. mega yaakov July 18, 2017 hey I love your vids I'm wondering how to take my private key getting into the console blackcoin / dat also call me 3235030323 Gil Galad July 18, 2017 Really great video Ihab Ahmed July 18, 2017 Is the transaction fee a percentage or fixed amount Sunyata July 18, 2017 Hi James There is no Import/Export option on new Blockchain wallets how do I import my brain wallet? Alan Barbosa July 18, 2017 Hi, I am a Brazilian man and I was looking for this. Thanks you helping me a lot. yogayourway July 18, 2017 Hey James, Help! Can i create a paper wallet with my apple macbook pro??Thank u in advance! Kaizer Billimoria July 18, 2017 hi James. it's worth noting that once the cold storage wallet has been swept into the Blockchain, the original piece of paper is now worthless and should be destroyed as it doesn't hold any Balance. Artem S July 18, 2017 thanks, great presentation as usual Rodrigo Silva July 18, 2017 This new blockchain wallet just haven't the import function. Please help. mob alottt July 18, 2017 Thank you! AlexMercersRevenge July 18, 2017 What about storing the bitcoin pass phrases and minemonics on a locked word document or something of that nature? Felipe Monteiro July 18, 2017 Hi James, in this video you removed bitcoins from Cold Storage directly to a brand new ONLINE wallet, right? How about doing this with a software installed on your PC (offline wallet)? How would do it? Thanks D Black July 18, 2017 As usual James – great tutorial. Many thanks. Caminhante Riqueza Vital July 18, 2017 Thank you, these are EXCELLENT. mendyc158 July 18, 2017 Ok…. I don't get it, I have a YouTube channel and I would like to have a wallet, a paper wallet… I also started mining Litecoins and want to transfer them to the paper wallet (I know I need the litecoin paper wallet, I'm creating it right now) and people donate me to that paper walletBut I also want to have an app wallet so I can transfer from my paper wallet to it and have very little money, but being able to carry itNow, how can I import my two wallets to any website and be able to manage them from the website WITHOUT having to create two different accounts so I can transfer/see how much money I have while at home Paulo Silva July 18, 2017 does it mean that paper wallet can be used as a kind of debit card? Sans the spooky scary skeloton July 18, 2017 Awesome b id thank you im b honest i was shaky n afraid to use bitcoin but after looking at ur vids i feel more confident to us bitcoin MeZzZzZzZzZzZzZzZzZ July 18, 2017 whats the purpose of creating a whole new wallet just to transfer funds? Why not just transfer them to an already created coinbase account thats secure? And then you can transfer them out immediately after if you wanted to? Why keep making new wallets with blockchain? Assaf Wodeslavsky July 18, 2017 Thank so so very much. Other channels teach the theory which I can do nothing with. While you teach practical step by step information. Hardcore Gaming - Heroes of Newerth July 18, 2017 U can use keypass if you really want to store it on the pc Private Commerce July 18, 2017 thank you sir Collected Canadian July 18, 2017 Thank you so much! The way you break the information down really helps bridge the gap to the mainstream / layman. (Speaking for me – the layman). This technology really needs more voices / instructors like yourself to help with adoption – thanks again 🙂 Frank Kolanko July 18, 2017 I have other cryptocurrencies besides BTC and I've created a paper wallet of CCC. How do I get the coins back into my wallet on my PC or transfer them to an exchange? There is no import/export feature in my PC wallet like there is for BTC in the blockchain. Remflow July 18, 2017 Great video. I am developing a wallet and this is an excellent explanation of paper wallet usage. Adam July 18, 2017 Can some funds be spent from cold storage without ever importing it to blockchain? VanosEnigmA VideoMix Androgyny July 18, 2017 #HackerKitty #Hacker #Cat #Kitty ;)@blockchain @bIockchain https://twitter.com/NaughtyCatzilla/status/449886372313059328/photo/1 David Wainwright July 18, 2017 $1.82 still on his sloppy wallet. LOL OKB53 July 18, 2017 Was hoping to get more info about change addresses.http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/1c9xr7/ This is very important and I think it's overlooked by many people while spending from a cold wallet. randomassockss July 18, 2017 another great video =) iwhat11 July 18, 2017 Excellent! TheCarin12 July 18, 2017 Thanks for the video. I have seen a dozen videos about how to make a paper wallet, but 0 about how to get it out. Now I am prepared to use a paper wallet. Lubomir Kolev July 18, 2017 fantastic video!!!But where i s the previous one?-how to store on cold storage or paper? Jesus Gil Liriano July 18, 2017 Hi Great video, thanks for helpingAll the new bitcoins enthusiast .I would like to know if you can just import paper wallet in blockchain or are there any other website that can be done?. Thanks Gestet Ner July 18, 2017 Excellent video James! Keep up the great work. Any reason for the change in the official WBN launch from Jan. 1st, 2014 to March 1st, 2014? I've noticed your video releases have slowed down over the last 4 weeks or so. Paul Gillespie July 18, 2017 Thank you very much ,have to watch a few times to let it sink in lol. Pietro Speroni di Fenizio July 18, 2017 But all this requires to be online. And to send those bitcoin online. How do you get it out from cold storage to multibit or bitcoin-qt? Christie Nel July 18, 2017 I couldn't help but scan the QR and saw someone deposited 0.0050 BTC and someone then drew it out. Rassa h July 18, 2017 Easiest way of spending from paper wallets: Install Mycelium on Android, select Cold Storage from drop-down menu, spend money.Even supports BIP38 encrypted keys! Heinz Schumacher July 18, 2017 Do you really trust in the QR-Code reader? Most of them send much data to the Internet – also your private Key… Dawie Poolman July 18, 2017 Always very useful for beginners. I never stop learning from wbn. Thx for making Bitcoin simple to grasp for the masses. Jbe Vuit July 18, 2017 Great videos James! I send your videos to my family and friends, you explain it really clear. Keep up the good work! Ricardo H July 18, 2017 I always open my wallet in iPad. On a iPad there can't be infected with malware etc. Let's ChangeTip July 18, 2017 But how do you spend funds securely from a non-sloppy wallet with tons of bitcoins on it?