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List of early web-based Bitcoin wallets

Hi all,
My memory's a bit foggy, but I recall mining a few Bitcoin back in the Early Days (2009-2010ish).
At the time, there wasn't much to do with Bitcoins (recall the 10,000 BTC pizza), so after a week or so of tinkering (including moving some BTC to an early web-based Bitcoin wallet whose name escapes me just to see what transferring BTC was like) I quickly lost interest, uninstalled the Bitcoin Core software, and went on with my life.
Recently, I've been tempted to see if that online wallet service (a) still exists and (b) if my early BTC are still there.
However, I can't recall the name of the service and can only vaguely describe the web interface (extremely simple in operation, consisting of white or other light colors -- can you tell my memory sucks for this?).
Is there some list of all the various early online Bitcoin wallet services? If so, where would one find such a list? Anyone remember any early such services that might not be on the lists?
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Web-Based Bitcoin Wallet for iOS

Hello reddit, I need someone to help with an idea I had: since Apple does not allow the use of virtual currencies on its App Store, why not create a web app that allows the user to pay a seller on the spot (POS)? Basically, the web app would utilize the "upload" HTML tag that directs the user to their camera on their phone. They then take a picture of a QR code, which contains the sellecashier's address to send to and the amount to pay. The web app parses the QR code and the user presses "Pay" to send the given amount to the seller's address. I figure that I could use Coinbase's API so I wouldn't have to store any bitcoins. Can anyone help me with this project?
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Poll: Do web based Bitcoin wallet services have a future?

Poll: Do web based Bitcoin wallet services have a future? submitted by apc01 to Bitcoin [link] [comments] A read only web based bitcoin wallet

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What is the most reliable web based bitcoin wallet?

Right now I don't have my own computer, but I bounce around from different computers to get online. I plan on buying around $45 worth of bitcoins and letting them sit for a little while. I want to get my own bitwallet online, but don't want to risk losing my coins. Suggestions?
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List of early web-based Bitcoin wallets /r/Bitcoin

List of early web-based Bitcoin wallets /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Do web based Bitcoin wallets have any future?

Do web based Bitcoin wallets have any future? submitted by apc01 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

How would I make my own web-based bitcoin wallet?

I want to do this as a coding exercise and it seems like a fun project. Problem is I'm not sure where to begin, I've read everything on the bitcoin website but what now?
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Web-based bitcoin wallet app? Yes please. (No native app necessary!)

Web-based bitcoin wallet app? Yes please. (No native app necessary!) submitted by stirhep to kickstarter [link] [comments]

RushWallet Is A Web-based Bitcoin Wallet That Works On Any Platform

RushWallet Is A Web-based Bitcoin Wallet That Works On Any Platform submitted by cryptocurrencylive to CryptoCurrencyLive [link] [comments]

SUDOKU Wallet is a web-based bitcoin tumbler with integration CoinJoin mechanism. has been created

Ok, It is a web-based bitcoin wallet for single-use with CoinJoin mechanism integration. You will get a private keys along with address generation, which gives you full control over the money you deposit. Generate a temporary wallet, mix your coins with CoinJoin, and delete wallet to get strong anonymyty.
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03-16 08:54 - 'Looking for a low security web based wallet' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/BasicTime removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-7min

I've used blockchain and []1 wallets and lost a lot of money to overzealous security, so I'm looking for a low security web based wallet.
I've never lost coins to hackers/phishers, so I don't need to worry about that. High security wallets is what I want to avoid.
Any suggestion for a low security wallet please.
I was even considering stashing my coins on a site. Like a gambling site or something like that.
Looking for a low security web based wallet
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How to write bitcoin website wallet?

Hello, I am working on my university project my majors are not computer but finance so i want to know how can i write by own a web based bitcoin wallet. which language is used for bitcoin website wallets and how can i start? can i see some examples of coding from A-Z i have little time to submit my project. thank you
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Working it all out :)

Hi everyone,
Apologies if this is super simple. I had a couple of questions if you don't mind:
Thank you so much!
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Introducing ColdStoragePRO - The universal non-profit offline storage system

ColdStoragePRO is now in funding stages.
What is ColdStoragePRO?
ColdStoragePRO is a new system we are creating that allows users themselves to manage their bitcoin in an offline environment.
We hope to strive over web-based bitcoin wallets by having some of our never-seen ideas.
The user will have a choice of their bitcoin staying on our offline database, or having their coins stored online and ready to use anytime.
We need investments, and lots of them. Right now we don't have a set share price, however we are finding the right price to get everything done.
As of now, we think share could start getting paid back within one month of purchasing.
We hope to become a non-profit website(Aside from money from advertisements), so we will not profit nor charge fees(over 1%) for our service.
That being said, we don't have intentions of spending our money to get none of it back, so we need investments.
You can PM this account if you are interested in investing, or if you are a decent coder(And willing to work for free) you can PM this account.
Here is a small sample on how our system could work...
Why would people want to use this system when they can just it themselves?
We think that people could be tempted to gamble their coins, or waste it away on something. We counter that by one of our techniques that suggests not to gamble, and rather save their coins.
Also, they risk the possibility of theft of their coins, which we counter by giving the user a insurance on their coins incase of theft.
We plan to have 3-5 forms of authenticity to have access to the coins, and manual transfer will be done to prevent compromising of accounts.
Anywho, sorry if any of it is confusing, but feel free to ask questions regarding this.
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Understanding Bitcoin Properly

Bitcoin is a what you can call a new type of online currency, a crypt-currency. This crypts-currency was propose in the late 90's by a group known as cypherpunks who mainly discussed about cryptography and security and among them was, for a currency that would be totally anonymous and free from the control of large banks and governments. around the late 2008 this guy named "Satoshi Nakamoto" wrote a rocking paper describing this concept of a a P2P payment system that would use the concept discussed by the early cypherpunks.
If you don't know why some intelligent folks are excited about the Bitcoin concept, you should take the time to understand. Bitcoin is a new form of currency that is accepted worldwide and can never be debased by politicians trying to get re-elected or countries trying to pay off huge debts. In a world in which the value of paper money is constantly ravaged by inflation, that's a very attractive attribute. Also, the world is very much ready for a "global" currency. Bitcoin satisfies that need.
Bitcoins are like cash in that they aren't tied to your identity, and transactions made with Bitcoins are irreversible and untraceable. But they're like credits in a manner that they aren't physical. Bitcoins are a peer to peer system.
What Bitcoin allows you to do is to send money to people, make purchases, just like real cash, only difference is this is online. Bitcoin in most ways behave like hard cash . you can give it to person to person, you can loose it, and destroy it.
Well, Bitcoin address is different from any other address system you may have encountered before, A bitcoin address consists of two addresses the public address and the private address. Like the name suggests the public address is public and can be distributed to any one and every one without any fear. the private address is the one you keep very private and secret and dont even tell that to any one at all. You keep it so secret, that no one can access it.
A bitcoin address is a hash of a public portion of a public/private ECDSA keypair and they looks like this:- 1La9GFB8sNRko99jP2N5AMQYPvmsDoVbKb. Bitcoin is in its infancy, a free market currency whose price or value is determined by the demand and supply. A multitude of factors could in theory affect Bitcoin prices, nobody in the current scenario can conclude that only a few factors affect Bitcoin, I will try to explain only “a few” that have had a considerable impact on Bitcoin prices recently, many more may be yet to be known.
Like gold prices that fluctuate due to a variety of factors, some of the factors which have been observed till date are listed below:
Media Exposure
The initial growth of the Bitcoin ecosystem and prices was attributed to media articles, familiarizing it to more people. The world’s supply of Bitcoins is essentially fixed, but because people in the media keep talking about it, demand keeps rising. This leads to higher prices—and as prices go up, people who currently hold Bitcoins develop greater and greater expectations for the currency. Today, the excitement around Bitcoin is still confined to a tiny segment of the population — technology aficionados, monetary idealists and speculators. The potential for exposure is large.
Eurozone Crisis
A direct correlation between the Cypress bailout and Bitcoin price was observed. Some of the investors in Europe moved their investments into Bitcoin around the time of the Cypress bailout. This resulted in a huge cash flow into the Bitcoin ecosystem.
Demand crisis: Like any currency, Bitcoin is traded on exchanges, Bitcoin holders hoard their stash, which further reduces supply, which in turn boosts the price and sparks yet more media attention—and the cycle continues till profit selling takes place like in any currency.
Fear of Govt intervention
There is nothing illegal about Bitcoin . Cash is as anonymous and not tied to identity. But could government grow increasingly interested in defending its paper-money monopoly? We've already seen hints of this. But because the market is already huge and global, there will be growing attempts to control it, tax it and regulate it.
Trading Exchange outages
Trading exchanges like MTgox which handles almost 70% of trade have seen trading halted due to DDos's, but such events are seen to be temporary and the a price fall due to a DDos is usually recovered when trading resumes to normal levels, leaving only a temporary effect. Smaller exchanges have been hacked due to insecure design of the sites . The interim crashes could be sharp and scary. The Bitcoin algorithm, system and framework itself is preternaturally sound. As with any new creation, there are glitches and vulnerabilities that still need to be worked out in trading exchanges.
Vendor acceptance
Bitcoins remain very much a niche payment method. In accepting the currency there is a small circle of large Internet companies’ participating in the system. Others include WordPress, which will sell you everything from Web hosting to CSS packages in exchange for Bitcoins. WikiLeaks and 4chan are part of a growing list of online organizations that accept Bitcoin donations. As vendor acceptance improves the value of Bitcoin as a currency improves.
Free market currency
Being in its infancy, Bitcoin will see wild price swings till it becomes established as a currency. The market is still in a price discovery stage and is expected to stabilize at a certain point, where its value and place as currency is usable in daily life.
You can use Bitcoins with people and business that accept Bitcoins. as a new currency there are not many brick and mortar stores that accept Bitcoins, but there are online services that may be purchased with Bitcoin. and like any new currency the growth is slow but then number of people and businesses accepting Bitcoin is increasing exponentially.
The Bitcoin algorithm was presented as a scientific paper and peer reviewed like any other scientific paper, the paper was widely accepted and is the sole fundamental of Bitcoin. The algorithm of Bitcoin has been designed so that it is resistant to quantum computers which have not been built as of yet.
All currencies are backed by gold or similar assets. Lets look at gold. What is gold backed by? What decides the value of gold? Demand and supply. What decides the value of Bitcoin? Demand and Supply.
Like gold the amount of Bitcoins is limited, only 21 million Bitcoins will be ever produced. The value of Bitcoin can be equated to how the value of gold is estimated. So the "fundamental" value of Bitcoin can only be estimated the same way the fundamental value of, gold can be estimated — which is guessing at what someone will be willing to pay for it at some time in the future. The whole premise of Bitcoin is that only a finite amount of it will ever be created. This is in stark contrast to standard currencies, the supply of which is continually increased.
Fiat paper currencies are a relic of a past age. It has proven to be a spectacular failure, giving rise to inflations and unending booms and busts. As technology progresses, markets look for an alternative. A single global digital currency is certainly in our future. Bitcoin is just the most successful example of that so far.
Bitcoin can be easily used for international transfers without paying commissions to third parts like banks and cutting down transaction times for bank wires from days to hours for a Bitcoin transaction.
It is always prudent on your part to view Bitcoins objectively and arrive at its value in your life. In my view, Bitcoin is the Internet, applied to Money. We need to remember that Bitcoin is not a stock, a company, or even a regular commodity. It is a technology. That technology is a payment system that is evolving into a real currency. Right now, its most spectacular use is in transferring funds from one person to another. It's as easy as sending a text message on a phone. We live in a digital age. We need a digital currency.
Using Bitcoin:
In order to use Bitcoin, you need a Bitcoin wallet. Bitcoin Wallet is just like your wallet where you keep your money. Wallets come in the form of softwares and web wallets.
Software wallets are simply installed on your computer. With these standalone clients, you are responsible for protecting your money and doing backups. While using these wallets, you need to bewary as some viruses are designed to steal your wallet files and the hacker can easily eat up your Bitcoins. So, I don't suggest these.
However, some software wallets are also released for smartphones. In these types of wallets, there is no need to backup the files as all the data is stored in the servers.
Examples: Bitcoin Official Client, Multibit, Bitcoin Wallet (Mobile), etc.
Web Wallets are the best and easy to use. They are secure as the data is not stored in your computer, it is stored on secure servers. However, it is very important to choose a good provider. Recently, a Web-based Bitcoin Wallet provider, was hacked and the hacker stole everything. This resulted in loss of millions of dollars. I suggest you to choose Blockchain Wallet or Coinbase. CoinBase just raised $25 Million.
I'm using BlockChain wallet here:
  1. First fill out the form at
  2. After registering on BlockChain Wallet, login with your details.
  3. After logging you will see your Bitcoin address.
  4. This is your auto-generated Bitcoin address. You can use this to receive payments.
  5. if you are not satisfied with one address or need more. You can generate more addresses at "Receive Money" tab. First click on the "Receive Money" tab then click at "New Address" button.
How to earn:
  1. Purchase some Bitcoins at low prices and then sell them at high prices.
  2. Website Revenue: Earn from your website by adding non-annoying ads. These ads are very simple and clean. This is the way I earn Bitcoins. I'm talking about Anonymous-Ads -
  3. The other way is by using Bitcoin Faucet. But, these faucets are useless as the pay amount is very extreme low. You need to visit Faucets every hour and enter your address. They'll send you a payment in few hours.
Spending your Bitcoins is easy:
There are hundreds of retailers that accept Bitcoin. If you want a domain or hosting, go to
Here is a list of websites that accept Bitcoin: but there are many more available.
You should also join the Bitcoin Community at
If you liked this post. Please give it a +1 for my work. It will help me to write more on Bitcoin.
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Which Web-Based Wallet Shoild I Use? /r/Bitcoin

Which Web-Based Wallet Shoild I Use? /Bitcoin submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Which Web-Based Wallet Shoild I Use? /r/Bitcoin

Which Web-Based Wallet Shoild I Use? /Bitcoin submitted by cryptoanalyticabot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

please suggest me a bitcoin wallet // I am a UK based web designer, have decided to accept payment in bitcoin using BitPay and need to choose a bitcoin wallet. thank you.

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Synala 0.4 Released -- Free, quality, secure self-hosted PHP based web wallet. /r/Bitcoin

Synala 0.4 Released -- Free, quality, secure self-hosted PHP based web wallet. /Bitcoin submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

So I created a web based wallet back in 2015, and after about a month of sleuthing I finally found it again! /r/Bitcoin

So I created a web based wallet back in 2015, and after about a month of sleuthing I finally found it again! /Bitcoin submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

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