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Say and I want to buy a few coins and keep them aside for a while, seeing it as some future profit

How do I do this?

I do not have a computer that can sit and cut all day, but a miserable AIR MacBook

What are the options for transferring money to MTGOX to buy coins?

And what is the general concept of this site?

I have my personal wallet, and have the account at MTGOX.

So I transfer money to an account at MTGOX, and from there after I converted it in Bitcoin I have to move back to my wallet, or is it as if linked and synchronized between the two?

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And what are the cheapest options for the Israeli public to transfer money to MTGOX for the purchase of coins?

In addition, many documents are required to register. What is really binding and what is not?

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You can use Israeli merchants like Bitcoil or BitcoinIsrael or find a private seller at localbitcoin.com

The mtgox exchange is recommended only if you are dealing with high amounts due to bank transfer costs abroad.

The wallet on the stock exchange is not synchronized to the personal wallet, but is separated from it for safety purposes. Every time you want to move You will need to initiate a transfer between the wallets.

Say and I want to buy a few coins and keep them aside for a while, seeing it as some future profit

How do I do this?

I do not have a computer that can sit and cut all day, but a miserable AIR MacBook

What are the options for transferring money to MTGOX to buy coins?

And what is the general concept of this site?

I have my personal wallet, and have the account at MTGOX.

So I transfer money to an account at MTGOX, and from there after I converted it in Bitcoin I have to move back to my wallet, or is it as if linked and synchronized between the two?

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I did not transfer money there so I have no advice on the best or cheap way.

Enough photocopy of a passport or other official document in English and if I also remember an account with your address in English.

Apparently the customer is still downloading the block (Bitcoin's transaction history) that can make the computer cumbersome. And check to see if you have a current version of the customer.

And what are the cheapest options for the Israeli public to transfer money to MTGOX for the purchase of coins?

In addition, many documents are required to register. What is really binding and what is not?

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Thank you for the information.

As for the wallet, I am indeed with the latest version but I find it hard to understand anything very basic about it.

I downloaded the software, it filled the e My poor few GB are good, and that's it.

What distinguishes this wallet and what makes it to be but only mine?

Say and I want to access my wallet from the phone, what am I doing to make sure my wallet is not lost and always will be mine?

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So in fact when I install the client on the computer it downloads a record of all Bitcoin transactions on the network (and therefore requires a lot of information)

And from there to manage a wallet I actually should always be up-to-date about this information and devote some volume for the goal?

So when I back up my wallet, what do I actually back up? The same huge information block I have on my computer?

Only an initial definition of the client on the computer downloaded me back to 8, what dimensions is swelling?

Maybe I need to make sure it works on an external disk in the first place because I have the whole thing ..

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Thanks for the answer about the wallet, (on the previous page) ..

Oddly, I did not see her a few days after I raised the question, so I will have to break the sequence of topics in the forum with this strange structure :) (More correctly without structure) .. Because I have a really important question:

I plan to create a wallet for savings, which will be as safe as possible, according to the following instructions:

http://startbitcoin.com/how-to-create-a-secure-bitcoin-wallet/

The instructions there are not relevant to the question, only the final situation - that I will have a safe and clean wallet on my USB flash drive, for that matter empty wallet, after I copied and saved an address created by this wallet for the receipt of Bitquins.

I also have a wallet .

So let's say I buy Bitcoins every month and put them in my wallet , Then transfer them to my savings wallet using the address I saved earlier. I can see that the money has gone out of my wallet , But would not like to connect the Internet savings wallet unless I wanted to sell Bitcoins away.

Am I taking a certain risk by not checking that the money really goes into the savings wallet?

Do I have a way to check the transaction approval not through the savings wallet? What can I do if I do check through the new wallet and see that the coins did not fit into my wallet, even though they came off my original wallet, is there any place to go to solve the problem? And if I suppose I check once a year, does this reduce my chances of solving it?

Thanks again ..

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Thanks for the answer about the wallet, (on the previous page) ..

Oddly, I did not see her a few days after I raised the question, so I will have to break the sequence of topics in the forum with this strange structure :) (More correctly without structure) .. Because I have a really important question:

I plan to create a wallet for savings, which will be as safe as possible, according to the following instructions:

http://startbitcoin.com/how-to-create-a-secure-bitcoin-wallet/

The instructions there are not relevant to the question, only the final situation - that I will have a safe and clean wallet on my USB flash drive, for that matter empty wallet, after I copied and saved an address created by this wallet for the receipt of Bitquins.

I also have a wallet .

So let's say I buy Bitcoins every month and put them in my wallet , Then transfer them to my savings wallet using the address I saved earlier. I can see that the money has gone out of my wallet , But would not like to connect the Internet savings wallet unless I wanted to sell Bitcoins away.

Am I taking a certain risk by not checking that the money really goes into the savings wallet?

Do I have a way to check the transaction approval not through the savings wallet? What can I do if I do check through the new wallet and see that the coins did not fit into my wallet, even though they came off my original wallet, is there any place to go to solve the problem? And if I suppose I check once a year, does this reduce my chances of solving it?

Thanks again ..

First of all, there is always risk. You may make a mistake at the destination address and the coins will reach someone else (a small chance). You can search the database files (block) that come down with a regular wallet and see. There is nowhere to turn to solve. That's the whole thing of decentralized. There is no central authority.

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So what I understand is that if something went wrong and the money came out of my wallet but did not reach the savings wallet, and there was nowhere to go to solve it, there was really little point in checking the savings wallet, and it could stay where it was. Then when the day comes when I want to use it, I'll put it in its original folder, and when all the blocks come down it will be updated.

In other words, to be sure - because it's important, let's say that for 4 years I sent 10 Bitcoins a month from my wallet to my savings wallet. And I saw that each time the money went down from the chain's purse, and let me assume that I did not make a mistake in the address I put. My savings wallet originally was empty, and there was no computer connected to the Internet. After 4 years I want to see what savings wallet mode, and then I turn the computer through © © ¢ § § ¨ × § × © bitcoin Qt | §, ¨ ¨ §), © ¢ × ¢ © § ¨ , £ ¨ § ¨ § ¢ - © ¨ × § ©© × ¢ | -4 © ¨ ×.

So it's true, what I wrote or missed something ??

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Does it work so easily?

That is, I opened a wallet once, saw the address where I could send money to my wallet

I send there, no matter if my wallet is open or not, synchronized with the network permanently or not

It's enough that I backed him up (which, according to what I saw, weighs less than Mega). When I activate the wallet in the future and synchronize it, will it contain all the money I ever sent to the address I saw?

How does this address appear unique to me?

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So what I understand is that if something went wrong and the money came out of my wallet but did not reach the savings wallet, and there was nowhere to go to solve it, there was really little point in checking the savings wallet, and it could stay where it was. Then when the day comes when I want to use it, I'll put it in its original folder, and when all the blocks come down it will be updated.

In other words, to be sure - because it's important, let's say that for 4 years I sent 10 Bitcoins a month from my wallet to my savings wallet. And I saw that each time the money went down from the chain's purse, and let me assume that I did not make a mistake in the address I put. My savings wallet originally was empty, and there was no computer connected to the Internet. After 4 years I want to see the status of the savings wallet, and then I turn on the computer through a new ubuntu operating system on a USB flash drive, reloading installs bitcoin Qt and creating a wallet, overwriting it with my savings wallet (which is empty) I wait a few hours for all the blocks to come down, and in the end I'm supposed to get an updated wallet - which should include all the Bitkins I've sent myself on 4 for the last few years.

So it's true, what I wrote or missed something ??

The answer is also to Eran. Yes, it can be done. Create an empty wallet, store it disconnected from the network, send coins to his address and access them years later. https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/How_to_set_up_a_secure_offline_savings_wallet

The link also explains how you can make sure to send the correct address without activating the wallet.

The system is built to issue unique addresses and will never issue an identical address to an already created one.

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I made a wallet, encrypted it with a password, and backed up.

The total backup is 50.

In fact, all that is in it is the private key belonging to the same general key that I send money to, so it is the only way to get my coins?

The same backup of the wallet is indeed a .dat extension, but I tried another client (Multibit) and for example it works a little differently, and among other things its backup is .wallet.

Should I actually stick to the same client from beginning to end (or until I transfer funds from one wallet to another)?

Do you know places without lots of fees to buy coins?

I came across bitcoil but are currently inactive

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