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Create a burn bitcoin address utility

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Create a burn bitcoin address utility

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[PROGRAMMING QUESTION] Which is the best bitcoin python library for generating and utilizing new addresses?

I also want to know if there's a way to use test bitcoin to practice the transfers of bitcoin via script.
Any information would be helpful!
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Want some personalized vanity addresses for your currency of choice? Check out Vanity Pool

I run a small project called Vanity Pool, it lets you outsource generation of cool vanity addresses through a split-key address algorithm - this means that your private key and thus your money is secure, even though other people mined for your address. This also means that you can get some nice vanity addresses and not have to spend a lot of your GPU time mining for the address instead of mining for your coin of choice.
So if you want some cool vanity address, like DDogeWowAA2EFcGmipzDjQBYQFXiqC8QFs or 1PiachuEVn6sh52Ez7o6Fymvw54qvQ4RBm , head on over to https://vanitypool.appspot.com/ , request a pattern you wish created (shorter patterns area cheaper and take a lot less time to generate), put in a public key that you own (you will need to use it later), when asked for network prefix, put in the decimal version of your coin-specific net-byte. Afterwards, you will be requested to pay a bounty in BTC (creating coin-specific pool would make the mining power a lot smaller; miners prefer being paid in BTC). After the payment is confirmed, any miner connected to the pool will start looking for the solution to your pattern.
Once you have the solution, either use Casascius' Address Utility, or head on over to our online tool (use coin-specific hex NetByte and hex Prefix Byte). After that you can import your new vanity address to your client by going through those steps (example using Dogecoin client).
Have fun!
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How to safely store and remember easily your bitcoin public and private keys

Bitcoin addresses (public and private keys) are long and hard to remember. Even vanity addresses only have the first few characters have meaning.
Storing the keys electronically (like email / txt file, etc.) however exposes you to being hacked and all your coins being stolen.
Easiest thing i've found is to create a simple encryption for your private keys before storing them in electronic format.
Also, try to generate the bitcoin addresses offline (try searching for 'bitcoin address utility') and by yourself. I find that by starting with the HEX private key (which is just 64 character string using A-F and 0-9) you could essentially make up a word that is easy to remember and has meaning to you:
If you like this way of keeping your bitcoin safe and easily storing and remembering your keys then feel free to tip me at 1733rLsmW4E6bpFF3GSRRvzfsjq4ixL14d :)
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Dogecoin Wallet Import Format

Hi,
I'm trying to use the Bitcoin Address Utility to integrate some address generation in my C# app.
Unfortunately, my ignorance is getting the best of me. The utility generates addresses using a specified type (0 = bitcoin, 30 = dogecoin), and the public address resolves in dogechain eplorers but the Base58 string created from the private address starts with '5' and is 51 bytes, not 'Q' or 52 bytes, so I can't import them into my DOGE wallet.
What am I missing?
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Want some personalized vanity addresses for your currency of choice? Check out Vanity Pool

I run a small project called Vanity Pool, it lets you outsource generation of cool vanity addresses through a split-key address algorithm - this means that your private key and thus your money is secure, even though other people mined for your address. This also means that you can get some nice vanity addresses and not have to spend a lot of your GPU time mining for the address instead of mining for your coin of choice.
So if you want some cool vanity address, like DDogeWowAA2EFcGmipzDjQBYQFXiqC8QFs or 1PiachuEVn6sh52Ez7o6Fymvw54qvQ4RBm , head on over to https://vanitypool.appspot.com/ , request a pattern you wish created (shorter patterns area cheaper and take a lot less time to generate), put in a public key that you own (you will need to use it later), when asked for network prefix, put in the decimal version of your coin-specific net-byte. Afterwards, you will be requested to pay a bounty in BTC (creating coin-specific pool would make the mining power a lot smaller; miners prefer being paid in BTC). After the payment is confirmed, any miner connected to the pool will start looking for the solution to your pattern.
Once you have the solution, either use Casascius' Address Utility, or head on over to our online tool (use coin-specific hex NetByte and hex Prefix Byte). After that you can import your new vanity address to your client by going through those steps (example using Dogecoin client).
Have fun!
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[Informational] [CC0] Maslow's Hierarchy of Coins

Hierarchical Deterministic Wallets

Bitcoin Wallets generate and store the private keys that control a user's funds. These keys are simply random numbers, chosen by the wallet from a range of numbers so vast that it is essentially impossible for there to be a collision with another wallet doing the same thing. Deterministic wallets, also known as HD wallets help to simplify backing up and restoring wallets by using a random seed number to deterministically generate all of a wallet's private keys.

Private Key Backups

Whenever a Bitcoin user receives funds, they need a new private key. This means that the set of numbers that are important to store and back up is increasing indefinitely. In the original Bitcoin wallet, this required refreshing a back-up with a new one every time a user received funds.
Over time, Bitcoin grew more valuable and this burden of security grew more tiresome and costly. To address the issue Satoshi Nakamoto in October of 2010 released Bitcoin version 0.3.14 which contained a key pool feature. This feature automatically pre-generated a set of keys, to remain in abeyance for the user's next receipt of funds. This made backing up a much less frequent necessity, only being necessary after key pool exhaustion.
Over the following years, many other methods of improving key backups were tried. A popular concept of a paper wallet arose: printing a private key onto paper to store in a secure location. However this concept fell out of favor as being too complicated, vulnerable to printer information leaks, and encouraging address re-use.

Type 1 Deterministic Wallets

In August of 2011 Mike Caldwell sought to simplify and streamline the process of managing a collection of private keys. He created a Windows application called Bitcoin Address Utility that used a single random pass-phrase to deterministically create private keys from a single seed: essentially choosing one random number and then feeding it into a formula that would always produce more random numbers from the starting one.
This created a much easier way to backup private keys: simply secure the original random seed and restoring becomes a simple exercise of running the seed through the algorithm again.

Type 2 Deterministic Wallets

Mike Caldwell's Type 1 deterministic wallet design was based on a simple scheme that had a significant limitation: to receive funds with a Type 1 wallet required also having access to the private keys that could spend them. In situations such as merchant scripts or exchange wallets, this represented a security issue.
Before Mike Caldwell published his Type 1 wallet, in June of 2011 Greg Maxwell had already outlined a theoretical improvement to the Type 1 scheme, in which the public and private key generation might be separated to improve the security of stored funds. In Greg's outlined Type 2 scheme, a script could use what is called a master public key to generate new addresses, without ever being able to spend those funds.
In February of 2012, Pieter Wuille came up with a formalization and standardized version of this concept, in BIP 32. A surge of wallet development activity followed the deterministic wallet concept. Since the master seed behind the wallet may be represented as a simple series of twelve words, it was widely considered to be the superior method for Bitcoin wallet private key generation.
Alan Reiner was the first to implement a Type 2 seed in Armory Wallet, and helped give feedback to the BIP 32 formalization. Since then, every major wallet has moved to support the feature.

BIP 44 Deterministic Wallets

After BIP 32, development of Type 2 deterministic wallets progressed to a state where additional features and standardization was sought to be defined. In April of 2014 Marek Palatinus, also known as Slush, and Pavol Rusnak, Slush's employee at his company SatoshiLabs, sought to advance the state of deterministic wallets by adapting advancements in their own Type 2 hardware wallet Trezor into a standard they authored in BIP 44.
Features promoted by the BIP 44 standard included a mechanism for internal pass-phrase protected accounts inside of a wallet seed, a standard for using the wallet seed across multiple chains, such as for Bitcoin Testnet, and an increased standardization of gap limits and change address separation.

Deterministic Wallet Caveats

Despite the huge improvement in the state of Bitcoin technology that HD wallets represent, there are some outstanding issues and drawbacks or gotchas that may present difficulties.
Deterministic wallets generally present users with a dictionary derived random pass-phrase that actually represents a master seed number in a form that is easier for humans to deal with. But this ease-of-use has sometimes tempted developers into allowing users to set their own pass-phrase, a very bad idea. Users are extremely bad at choosing a properly random pass-phrase, and this behavior can lead to loss of funds. For this reason, all well-maintained wallets have ceased the practice of encouraging users to invent their own pass-phrases.
Another issue that sometimes confronts users in unexpected ways is that the seeds created by deterministic wallets should not be shared between wallets from different software projects. The reason for this is that the standard for deterministic wallets is generally not actually adopted by all wallets, or there are still areas left unspecified. Due to these small differences, seeds may superficially appear to be share-able between wallets, but in actuality leave some coins difficult to access from the non-originating wallet. To switch between deterministic wallets, the best practice recommendation is to initiate fund transfers on the Blockchain.
From a security and privacy perspective, under normal circumstances a deterministic wallet is just as good as a wallet in which random keys are individually generated. However use of the public master key can prove the exception to that rule. Although it is called a public master key, for privacy reasons it should not be shared publicly, as it can link all wallet addresses together. Another important reason it should not be shared is that if a single private key derived from the private seed is leaked and the public master key is also known, all the other private keys may be derived as well. This type of theft is quite uncommon, but for these reasons it is strongly recommended that the master public key still be treated as guarded information.
One practice that must differ between using an individually generated wallet and a deterministic wallet is the practice of creating addresses that are never used. HD wallets have a key implementation detail in the way that they calculate wallet balances: they go through their deterministic algorithm sequentially to determine if each private key has been used, stopping when no further activity is detected. This is a critical optimization, an HD wallet cannot scan endlessly or know automatically all of its balance information without individual queries. To provide a safety margin, HD wallets use something called a gap limit, which represents the number of keys checked that have no activity before the balance query will cease its sequential checking. This gap limit can means that creating many addresses that are never used is a bad practice and can lead to users mistakenly believing their funds have been lost, if more unused addresses are created beyond the gap limit safety margin.
A powerful feature of BIP 44 HD wallets is the internal pass phrase account system. This feature addresses a common security concern amongst people who worry about keeping their seed backups secure from theft: it adds an internal password to the stored seed. The feature also powers another use-case, a scenario in which the owner is confronted with the seed and forced to give access to it. As a precautionary measure, the owner may create a red-herring pass phrase and a real pass-phrase, pretending that the red-herring phrase contains the entirety of the funds when forced to open the wallet under duress. But with this power also comes risk deriving from any situation where users choose pass phrases to remember. Human generated pass phrases should generally be considered weak: a brute-force attack can most often bypass them. And memorized pass phrases can be easily forgotten, leading to an annoying situation where funds are temporarily inaccessible, or if a truly strong pass-phrase has been chosen, permanently lost.
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At the keys/addresses level, how does DOGE differ from BTC? (And, what's our Cointype value?)

Hi Devshibes,
I've decided to have a go at making a Dogecoin port of Casascius's Bitcoin Address Utility, and add in a couple of extra features along the way. (I'm a C# guy by background, starting to dabble in Android.)
I think one key Magic Number I need to look after is something referred to as "Cointype" in BAU's source (it seems to be 0 for BTC, 111 for Testnet, 52 for Namecoin and 48 for Litecoin). When I had a play with Doge Vanity Addresses, I was instructed to pass in a "version" value of 30 - is that it?
Are there any other things I should be aware of at the keys/addresses level of activity? I'm not intending to touch the blockchain - just have a damn good play with paper wallets and see if I can come up with something useful.
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[BOUNTY BONUS. Level: CODER] Review the source code for the Printer tool

Skills required: Github, C#
Clone the Github repo and dig into the source code in the Printer folder.
Note that there are a lot of forms in the Forms folder, but only "frmPrototype" and "TemplateEditor" are my original creations. All the others (which are not included in the Visual Studio Project file any more) are from the Bitcoin Address Utility project which this is built on top of. Equally, all of the really clever code in the Model folder, which does all the cryptography stuff, is stuff I inherited. Modifications were made to both the old forms and some of the Model classes to make that utility multi-coin-ready.
As with the request for code-review of the Loader tool, please check for signs of impropriety on my part. Of course I'm going to say "I haven't put anything in there to leak the private keys for your paper wallets" - consider this an invitation to get paid for looking!
Output: Please leave specific comments in this thread.
Reward: From Ð100 for comments which indicate you've had a quick look at the source, up to Ð2000 for greater depth and detail. Possibly even more, if you spot a big problem I hadn't thought of.
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Want some cool vanity addresses for your Dogecoins?

I run a small project called Vanity Pool, it lets you outsource generation of cool vanity addresses through a split-key address algorithm - this means that your private key and thus your money is secure, even though other people mined for your address. This also means that you can get some nice vanity addresses and not have to spend a lot of your GPU time mining for the address instead of mining for doge.
So if you want some cool vanity address, like DDogeWow... (address can't be posted due to the subreddit rules) , head on over to https://vanitypool.appspot.com/ , request a pattern you wish created (shorter patterns area cheaper and take a lot less time to generate), put in a public key that you own (you will need to use it later), when asked for network prefix, put in 30. Afterwards, you will be requested to pay a bounty in BTC (creating doge-specific pool would make the mining power a lot smaller; miners prefer being paid in BTC). After the payment is confirmed, any miner connected to the pool will start looking for the solution to your pattern.
Once you have the solution, either use Casascius' Address Utility, or head on over to our online tool (use 1E as NetByte and 9E as a prefix byte). After that you can import your new vanity address to your client by going through those steps.
Have fun!
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SegWitAddress.org Bitcoin Paper wallet This is a simple bitcoin paper wallet generator that utilizes Segregated Witness (SegWit) Pay To Witness Public Key Hash (P2WPKH) addresses and transactions. This repo uses the BitcoinJS library and was built from BIP32JP's SegWit repo

SegWitAddress.org Bitcoin Paper wallet This is a simple bitcoin paper wallet generator that utilizes Segregated Witness (SegWit) Pay To Witness Public Key Hash (P2WPKH) addresses and transactions. This repo uses the BitcoinJS library and was built from BIP32JP's SegWit repo submitted by Quantumbtc to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Looking For Community Help To Review Possibly Malicious Script.

Hello,
The situation I'm currently in can be found here. TLDR: Basically I copied down my 51 character private key wrong, but I am convinced it is 99.9% correct. Now I was given a script to try and remedy this situtation by someone I believe to be with good intentions in truly helping me. Before running the script and adding insult to injury if my coins were to be stolen. I would like to ask the community whether or not this script is malicious. I don't have any "in-person" Bitcoin friends I can trust to talk about this let alone anyone knowledgable enough with computer science to help me in my current situation so I'm stuck trusting the hopefully good people on the internet and in this community. I know all about Dave with wallet recovery services, but I'm still cautious as I would have to send him the entirety of my private key. If anyone is local to Utah and can help I would be interested in meeting.
The instructions I was given are here
For this script to work it needs to be run on linux with electrum bitcoin wallet installed with no wallet ever created. If do not have linux a good bootable linux with electrum included is TAILS at https://tails.boum.org just copy paste the script into a file called bit-recovery.sh and make it executable with command chmod +x bit-recovery.sh then run with command ./bit-recovery.sh This script will generate and scan all possible keys assuming one letter was incorrect when saving the original private key. 
THE SCRIPT
echo "Please input private key to recover then hit enter:" read inputkey #Correcting key into BASE58 characters from supplied key #Replacing zeros and capital O's with lowercase o #Replacing capital I's and lowercase l with number 1 correctedkey=$( echo $inputkey | sed -e 's/0/o/g' | sed -e 's/O/o/g' | sed -e 's/I/1/g' | sed -e 's/l/1/g' ) clear echo "Try this key. If this is still incorrect, please hit enter to continue so we can generate list of possible corrected keys, or Ctrl+C to cancel" echo "Corrected key format" echo $correctedkey read -p "" #Bitcoin addresses utilize Base58. A set of 58 alphanumeric symbols consisting of easily distinguished uppercase and lowercase letters (0OIl are not used). Corrections to compensate for these unused characters have already been implemented in previous step. echo $correctedkey >> possible_private_keys.txt awk -v list=123456789ABCDEFGHJKLMNPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijkmnopqrstuvwxyz -v string=$correctedkey 'BEGIN{for(i=1;i<=length(string);i++){for(j=1;j<=length(list);j++){print substr(string,1,i-1)substr(list,j,1)substr(string,i+1)}}}' >> possible_private_keys.txt echo "Assuming that original private key had one typo, all possible private keys are saved in the file possible_private_keys.txt there should be about 3,000 keys total" echo "" echo "To scan private keys for balance, hit ENTER. (Must have Electrum installed first)" awk '$0="electrum restore "$0' possible_private_keys.txt > key_scan.sh chmod +x key_scan.sh ./key_scan.sh #echo "Import this private key database into a bitcoin wallet. Electrum is one known wallet that can import a file containing multiple private keys. Wait for import to complete then check balance to see if funds have been recovered" #echo "" #echo "Note: If file is too large to import, then can split file into parts to try each part individually" #IGNORE note do dev for bitcoin cli compatibility. for i in `cat list`; do echo "bitcoin importprivkey $i; sleep 1"; done 
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#Mixin Kernel Utilizes #UTXO Model of Bitcoin to Handle Transactions.#CryptoNote one-Time Derivation Algorithm also used to Improve Privacy as there are no Address Reuse Issues that come with it. The Three Ghost Output Thresholds used will Improve Privacy While also Forcing the Outputs Random Amount

#Mixin Kernel Utilizes #UTXO Model of Bitcoin to Handle Transactions.#CryptoNote one-Time Derivation Algorithm also used to Improve Privacy as there are no Address Reuse Issues that come with it. The Three Ghost Output Thresholds used will Improve Privacy While also Forcing the Outputs Random Amount submitted by Dozzylinks to CryptoCurrencyTrading [link] [comments]

Looking For Bitcoin Community Help To Review Possibly Malicious Bitcoin Script.

Hello,
The situation I'm currently in can be found here. TLDR: Basically I copied down my 51 character private key wrong, but I am convinced it is 99.9% correct. Now I was given a script to try and remedy this situtation by someone I believe to be with good intentions in truly helping me. Before running the script and adding insult to injury if my coins were to be stolen. I would like to ask the community whether or not this script is malicious. I don't have any "in-person" Bitcoin friends I can trust to talk about this let alone anyone knowledgable enough with computer science to help me in my current situation so I'm stuck trusting the hopefully good people on the internet and in this community. I know all about Dave with wallet recovery services, but I'm still cautious as I would have to send him the entirety of my private key. If anyone is local to Utah and can help I would be interested in meeting.
The instructions I was given are here
For this script to work it needs to be run on linux with electrum bitcoin wallet installed with no wallet ever created. If do not have linux a good bootable linux with electrum included is TAILS at https://tails.boum.org just copy paste the script into a file called bit-recovery.sh and make it executable with command chmod +x bit-recovery.sh then run with command ./bit-recovery.sh This script will generate and scan all possible keys assuming one letter was incorrect when saving the original private key. 
The Script
echo "Please input private key to recover then hit enter:" read inputkey #Correcting key into BASE58 characters from supplied key #Replacing zeros and capital O's with lowercase o #Replacing capital I's and lowercase l with number 1 correctedkey=$( echo $inputkey | sed -e 's/0/o/g' | sed -e 's/O/o/g' | sed -e 's/I/1/g' | sed -e 's/l/1/g' ) clear echo "Try this key. If this is still incorrect, please hit enter to continue so we can generate list of possible corrected keys, or Ctrl+C to cancel" echo "Corrected key format" echo $correctedkey read -p "" #Bitcoin addresses utilize Base58. A set of 58 alphanumeric symbols consisting of easily distinguished uppercase and lowercase letters (0OIl are not used). Corrections to compensate for these unused characters have already been implemented in previous step. echo $correctedkey >> possible_private_keys.txt awk -v list=123456789ABCDEFGHJKLMNPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijkmnopqrstuvwxyz -v string=$correctedkey 'BEGIN{for(i=1;i<=length(string);i++){for(j=1;j<=length(list);j++){print substr(string,1,i-1)substr(list,j,1)substr(string,i+1)}}}' >> possible_private_keys.txt echo "Assuming that original private key had one typo, all possible private keys are saved in the file possible_private_keys.txt there should be about 3,000 keys total" echo "" echo "To scan private keys for balance, hit ENTER. (Must have Electrum installed first)" awk '$0="electrum restore "$0' possible_private_keys.txt > key_scan.sh chmod +x key_scan.sh ./key_scan.sh #echo "Import this private key database into a bitcoin wallet. Electrum is one known wallet that can import a file containing multiple private keys. Wait for import to complete then check balance to see if funds have been recovered" #echo "" #echo "Note: If file is too large to import, then can split file into parts to try each part individually" #IGNORE note do dev for bitcoin cli compatibility. for i in `cat list`; do echo "bitcoin importprivkey $i; sleep 1"; done 
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Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Mixin Kernel utilizes the UTXO model of Bitcoin to handle transactions. The CryptoNote one-time derivation algorithm is also used to improve privacy as there are no address reuse issues that come with /r/mixin

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Mixin Kernel utilizes the UTXO model of Bitcoin to handle transactions. The CryptoNote one-time derivation algorithm is also used to improve privacy as there are no address reuse issues that come with /mixin submitted by SimilarAdvantage to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Mixin Kernel utilizes the UTXO model of Bitcoin to handle transactions, and CryptoNote one time key derivation algorithm to improve privacy, since there is no address reuse issue!

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12-18 03:42 - 'Hey, that's awesome btw I found out about this AWESOME utility called 'bitcoin-counter.exe.vbs.zip', can you provide me your primary email address so I can send it over? / s' by /u/narwhal_pineapple removed from /r/Bitcoin within 30-40min

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SegWitAddress.org Bitcoin Paper wallet This is a simple bitcoin paper wallet generator that utilizes Segregated Witness (SegWit) Pay To Witness Public Key Hash (P2WPKH) addresses and transactions. This repo uses the BitcoinJS library and was built from BIP32JP's SegWit repo

SegWitAddress.org Bitcoin Paper wallet This is a simple bitcoin paper wallet generator that utilizes Segregated Witness (SegWit) Pay To Witness Public Key Hash (P2WPKH) addresses and transactions. This repo uses the BitcoinJS library and was built from BIP32JP's SegWit repo submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

WARNING!Please guys be extremely careful!

WARNING!Please guys be extremely careful!
I hope my story will help some of you to never repeat my mistake.
I just got scammed the way I never even thought is possible ( some of you might heard about this but I never heard until today).
Decided to cash some money out thru Coinbase, logged-in and copied BTC wallet address thru built-in Copy function as it shows on the screenshot below.
Logged in Binance to sent the BTC to Coinbase and just pasted the address from the buffer without second thought. Pushed the transaction. 1hour later I realized that its different address and only first 4 symbols are same. Somehow my copy-paste buffer changed the address from right one to wrong one.
Money lost. No way to recover it. Please dont repeat my mistake do not blindly trust to copy-paste buffer , your computer could be infected with malware that swaps addresses and it will be too late when you realize that.

P.S:
Since Coinbase not showing whole address and first 4 symbols were the same it was very easy to overlook
https://preview.redd.it/iem7nkx97aj51.png?width=373&format=png&auto=webp&s=1343cc72036278e982cd54b80e48eaf99dac2a8b
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I have moved my coins into a Segwit address using the Ledger Nano S, which is great, but when do we start seeing mass utilization of Segwit addresses? /r/Bitcoin

I have moved my coins into a Segwit address using the Ledger Nano S, which is great, but when do we start seeing mass utilization of Segwit addresses? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

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