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Hey Guys, I need a bit of help here, which I was unable to figure out on the Multibit website. I was on the old MultiBit Classic, but want to move my Bitcoin to the new Multibit HD. This has gone fine, and a test transaction has been made and confirmed successfully. I want to transfer the rest of my Bitcoins to this new Multibit HD wallet. Now, in the old Multibit, my address remained unchanged, and was always the same. The new Multibit HD creates a new address everytime I press "Request". I think I might have missed something over the past few years. I thought your address was your "wallet", and for small fry like myself, you only need one (i.e. like one bank account). However, I don't understand how Multibit HD works with wallets - is it 1 wallet, with a million bitcoin addresses after a million receipts (for example)? Or am I doing something wrong? I'd like to keep my bitcoin address as one address only, and I'm a bit nervous in understanding how Multibit HD shows 1 wallet, but gives me new bitcoin addresses everytime I click the request button. I also can't get Multibit HD to show me the old bitcoin address directly (I can see it in the transaction / on the old version / in Blockchain etc). Hopefully I'm just being dumb. TLDR: Multibit HD creates a new bitcoin address every time I press "Request". I thought wallet = bitcoin address. How do I just get and use one bitcoin address with Multibit (I don't want wallets in a wallet, I want one wallet with one bitcoin address)? Appreciate the help!
Every morning I wake up and this pops into my head: btc:// I want to be able to click a bitcoin address in my browser and have it open MultiBit and pre-populate the receiving address field. Is anybody working on this and can I help?
I was heartened to see Bitcoin listed here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Application_layer_protocols, but I couldn't find any more info about it. Is there any work underway to get web browsers to support Bitcoin by letting us choose which app launches when a btc://1shnHGd... link is clicked? I see it as similar to an FTP link like ftp://someserver.com/foofile.zip would launch an external FTP client or download natively within the browser. (This last part seems too early for bitcoin, but in the future it would be amazing if I could mouse-over a btc:// link and have the browser automatically display a QR code of the address in an overlay.) The syntax would be as follows:
The address is the public key receiving address of a retailer or whoever created the link. The number is the price, in bitcoins, that the retailer wants to be sent. It is optional, and could be denominated in uBTC too. The trailing semicolon might or might not be necessary. Thoughts? Then this could be embedded into a regular hyperlink like so:
Okay, there is no bitcoin type attribute yet, but that would be a nice addition to HTML in the long term. Not sure if MIME types are relevant since bitcoin addresses are not really multimedia, just a short string of characters. It seems more analogous to a BitTorrent magnet link than an mp3 file. Am I reinventing the wheel here? If it is already being worked on, please let me know how I can help. I imagine the first step would be to get the bitcoin clients to support it and then step two would be to bug the browser teams to support it, probably starting with Firefox and Opera. Not sure how to include web-based wallets without getting messy.
(newbie) Using multibit i got sent a fraction bitcoins through bit coin tip, but now it seems i cannot get back the wallet file. Is it possible using just the address to get the bitcoins back. (any help?)
I had succesffuly transfered to my new multibit wallet Addresss. Then when testing, through copy and paste the wallet file in multi bit. When I re-opened the file the address was gone. I have tried: -Resyncing the block chain I did password protect the multibit file, but the new file which i opened from backup does not ask for a password. Even the orginal file does not load to the orginal settings.
Hey I made a post on here earlier today and this is just an update on my situation. I sent bitcoin to my friend but little did I know he changed this bitcoin adress to remain untraced. So I basicly sent it to an old btc wallet that he no longer has access too. He does not know the seed to this wallet but I am wondering if I could recover the wallet with the btc I sent to it by using digital forensics? I'm sorry I know I sound very dumb I'm just very new to this and looking for any help I can get thank you :)
Today i synchronised with network and failed to find any BTC in my wallet. They all gone. BUT HOW? .wallet is passworded with hardly to brute password, PC with no viruses (at least that Bitdefender can find), firewall is working. All security update for Windows 7 64bit is in place. I use different hard to brute passwords for different programs, wallets, forums, emails , etc. Still they are all gone https://blockexplorer.com/tx/5a6cfedd55fdf3340123c59833bd3f8bc3adad4ef7cacae252faf6fcb005486e How to find vulnerability that coused this loss ?!
Hello, i were using multibit hd and Breadwallet together. I used both of them with 1 wallet opened on both. Suddenly my pc broke and i tried to restore my wallet on new pc. When i restored one btc address with money on it was missing. i tried to generate private addresses from BIP39 mnemonic but i couldnt find that recieving addres in the list of 50000 address. Money is still unspent. Help me to get it back i know wallet words and everything. If someone helps me i will gift him/her a bunch of a beer on btc address :) BOUNTY WILL BE 1000 EUROS. NEED HELP FAST. I HAVE MONEY FOR MY HOUSE AND NEED THAT TOO!!!
I just sent 4.0 BTC to an old Mt. Gox address using Multibit. FUCK
This is very sad indeed. I was trying to send money from my mycelium wallet to my multibit wallet. My multibit wallet was displaying a QR code but it was for a send address. Turns out this was an old Mt. Gox address. Is there anything I can do. I'm fucked right. Fuck. Me. Proof: https://blockchain.info/address/1FWRkwMbr7DT6HHtmposmZjxgnqpAXNHMb Please comfort me in my time of sadness. Update @3:58AM: I've contacted Mark, [email protected], as well as placed an inquiry with noandt.com/en/. TheDJFC, who famously did the same thing but with 200x as much and recovered the loss, has kindly offered his assistance. I will post updates as I am able. Update @4:22: -----BEGIN BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE----- profbs -----BEGIN BITCOIN SIGNATURE----- Version: Bitcoin-qt (1.0) Address: 12ui22xrbid86SMM1jrjxZYp7Add4QZLJv H6YT5EmnLkofR5gx0bkefJlnH+XA3nsPtkeYdSURdOgBMgibB1ZB6r5fDSblnxBiuF4Dk4QKfcjaszUWPKPImh4= -----END BITCOIN SIGNATURE----- Update @6:26: Lawyer has agreed to begin the recovery process. Update @ 11:47: We are attempting to help another redditor who has had the same problem. This is a strong community. I am pleased to see so much positivity in this thread and so many people who are both supportive and committed to doing the right thing.
My suggestion would be to choose 1 address out of them.... send ALL your bitcoins to your own address and this would organize it for you. Now query blockchain and that one address should have all the worth of bitcoins which should be equal to the figure being shown by multibit. I would think my Bitcoin Wallet address should be unique and consistent. – SAFX Apr 12 '13 at 21:01 @SAFX Are you using MultiBit, or the bitcoin.org client? – Nick ODell Apr 13 '13 at 2:14. The bitcoin.org client. – SAFX Apr 14 '13 at 20:59. 1 @SAFX Ask your question separately then. MultiBit creates and reserves a Bitcoin address in your wallet for any bitcoin Glidera sends you. This appears as a regular payment request; To sell bitcoin click the 'Sell bitcoin at Glidera button'. This opens your browser at the Glidera login page. After successful login they will provide an address so that you can send them bitcoin. MultiBit HD creates and reserves a Bitcoin address in your wallet for any bitcoin Glidera sends you. This appears as a regular payment request; To sell bitcoin click the 'Sell bitcoin at Glidera button'. This opens your browser at the Glidera login page. After successful login they will provide an address so that you can send them bitcoin. The other person sends you bitcoin and the status moves to "Unconfirmed" to indicate that the Bitcoin network is processing it. You will also get a green alert bar with a message indicating that bitcoin is incoming. You will see at the top of MultiBit HD the message "+ Unconfirmed: mBTC xyz", where "xyz" is the amount of bitcoin they sent you.
To add the PPA and install Bitcoin open a terminal window (press Ctrl+Alt+T) and copy+paste the following lines: sudo apt-add-repository ppa:bitcoin/bitcoin -y sudo apt update && sudo apt install ... 00:00 How is a multisig address created? 01:39 HD wallets 03:04 Setting up multisig securely How exactly is a multisig address generated? Which keys are used and how are they generated? This ... If you don't have any Bitcoin wallet and want to create your first Bitcoin Wallet then go a head and watch this video. In this video, I will teach you How to create a Desktop Wallet with Multibit. Running the BTCrecover Brute-Force on a MultibitClassic wallet. En este video les enseño como crear una direccion para recibir bitcoin usando el software multibit. Existen distintas alternativas a bitcoin core, multibit es una de las mas populares.