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It's important to have good knowledge of Bitcoin and you can left your job to go into Bitcoin investment.

Is this related to bitcoin?

Bitcoin discussion / Re: What is your favorite #Bitcoin Slang?
« on: May 24, 2023, 05:22:01 AM »
#HODL is my favorite 8)

Bitcoin discussion / Re: how to create paper wallet
« on: May 24, 2023, 05:03:37 AM »
Creating a paper wallet manually can be a secure way to store your crypto assets offline. You can follow the steps given below to create a paper wallet manually:

Understand the Basics: A paper wallet is essentially a physical printout or written copy of your public and private keys. The public key is used to receive funds, while the private key is needed to access and transfer those funds. It's important to keep your private key secure and secret, as it grants access to your funds.

Generate a Private Key: To generate a private key manually, you can use a secure random number generator. You can roll a dice multiple times (e.g., 99 times) and convert the resulting sequence of numbers into a binary format. You can then convert the binary format into a base58 format (using a conversion table) to obtain a private key.

Derive the Public Key: The public key is derived from the private key using a specific algorithm, such as Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC). Without going into the intricate details of the algorithm, you can use an online tool or programming language to perform the necessary calculations to obtain the public key.

Calculate the Bitcoin Address: The Bitcoin address is derived from the public key using a series of cryptographic functions. The most common way is by performing a SHA-256 hash followed by a RIPEMD-160 hash on the public key. You can use a programming language or a tool with SHA-256 and RIPEMD-160 functions to perform these calculations.

Print or Write Down the Details: Once you have obtained the private key and Bitcoin address, you can either print them out on a piece of paper or write them down manually. Make sure to use clear handwriting and keep multiple copies in a safe and secure place.

Fund Your Paper Wallet: To send funds to your paper wallet, you can use any cryptocurrency exchange or wallet that allows you to send funds to a specific Bitcoin address. Simply enter the Bitcoin address of your paper wallet as the recipient when making a transaction.

Remember, creating a paper wallet manually requires a good understanding of cryptographic principles and proper security practices. Ensure that you are in a secure environment, use trusted tools for calculations, and double-check your work to avoid any mistakes. Additionally, consider the risks of handling private keys physically and take necessary precautions to protect your paper wallet from damage or loss.

It's important to note that the above guide is a simplified explanation, and for a comprehensive understanding, you may want to explore cryptographic concepts further. Always prioritize security and consider seeking advice from experienced crypto enthusiasts or professionals when handling significant amounts of cryptocurrency.

Newbies / What is the difference between Bitcoin and altcoins?
« on: May 24, 2023, 04:48:51 AM »

I am familiar with Bitcoin but a few days ago I heard about Altcoins and I also check it on Google but did not get satisfactory results. Could anyone please let me know what are altcoins and what's the use of it? What is the difference between Bitcoin and altcoins?

Thanks in advance.


In European countries like Germany, are there any tax implications for owing or trading Bitcoin? If yes! then how much do they levy tax?

Thanks in advance

Bitcoin discussion / What Is The Current Rate Of Bitcoin?
« on: May 23, 2023, 06:59:59 AM »
I wanted to know the best resources to get the prices of Bitcoins.

Thanks for sharing this I received many messages from unknown profiles claiming authorized partners of Bitcoin and they are giving free Bitcoins by sharing some confidential information about me. But I ignored them.

Deutsch (German) / Glad to be a member of this community
« on: May 23, 2023, 06:26:41 AM »

I am feeling very happy to be a member of this community. As an experience, I respect community guidelines and will make an important contribution to making the community healthy and the best place to share ideas and knowledge.


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