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Andreas Schildbach's Bitcoin Wallet 4.0 Released

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Help deciding a Lightning invoice mime-type

Hi. I was tasked to propose a suitable mime-type for Lightning Payment Invoices (https://github.com/lightningnetwork/lightning-rfc/blob/maste11-payment-encoding.md )
It was suggested that URL's would be enough, but Andreas Schildbach (Bitcoin Wallet for Android) proposed mime-types for usage with NFC and such. https://lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipermail/bitcoin-dev/2017-June/014472.html
What do you think about application/lightning-payment+bolt11 ? BIP70 uses application/bitcoin-payment. Those payment requests may also one day support Lightning, but it would not be bolt11. That is a rationale for putting bolt11 in the mime-type for the format specified in BOLT 11.
Since Lightning might some day support cross-chain swaps, I don't think it makes sense to put "Bitcoin" in the mime-type.
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How to create a wallet using my Backup from Bitcoin Wallet App?

Hi Folks,
I was able to decrypt my Bitcoin Wallet backup file (the one on Android by Andreas Schildbach/Bitcoin Wallet developers) via
openssl enc -d -aes-256-cbc -a -in bitcoin-wallet-backup-2017-09-28 -out output_file_decrypted -md md5
now I got a decrypted file beginning with:
org.bitcoin.production
How do I proceed to import that wallet into ElectronCash? Thank you!
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Private way to buy bitcoins?

So, I am trying to get some bitcoin in as distant of a way as possible from my real-world identity. I don't want to "connect to my bank account" how Coin Base works (though Coin Base seems like a good concept to me). I made a bitcoin address through the Andreas Schildbach Bitcoin Wallet for Android. I put my address into the coin sites, and later the following shows up on http://www.coinbox.me/
http://i.imgur.com/CwLfWdU.png
"You'll get paid as soon as you reach 0.00005500 BTC."
"Total paid: 0.00000100 BTC"
So . . . it doesn't work?
I want to use something like Local Bitcoins so I don't have to send dollars over the net (very hard to distance dollars from myself). I thought the faucet would be good because I didn't want to buy from somewhere that identified me. Paypal doesn't let you pay for bitcoins, right?
Anyway. Anyone know a reasonably private way to obtain bitcoin? (looking for small amounts to test, don't want to put hundreds of dollars in.)
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Bitcoin Wallet Developer Andreas Schildbach: I Will Not Invest My Time in Lightning Networks

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Bitcoin Wallet Developer Andreas Schildbach: I Will Not Invest My Time in Lightning Networks

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Interview [mit Andreas Schildbach] zur Spaltungsgefahr beim Bitcoin: "Es ist kein Entweder-oder"

Interview [mit Andreas Schildbach] zur Spaltungsgefahr beim Bitcoin: submitted by herzmeister to BitcoinDE [link] [comments]

Interview with Andreas Schildbach (maintainer of bitcoinj and Bitcoin Wallet on Android) about the looming hard fork

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Interview with Andreas Schildbach (maintainer of bitcoinj and Bitcoin Wallet on Android) about the looming hard fork

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In the mind of Bitcoin Wallet developer Andreas Schildbach

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Interview with Andreas Schildbach (maintainer of bitcoinj and Bitcoin Wallet on Android) about the looming hard fork

This is an automatic summary, original reduced by 84%.
Zwei Vorschläge für eine Prokotolländerung beim Bitcoin spalten die Community - und vielleicht bald das Kryptogeld selbst.
Zwei Vorschläge polarisieren dabei die Bitcoin-Szene: Die Entwickler des Referenzclients Core haben eine Protokolländerung namens SegWit vorgeschlagen, die das 1-MByte-Limit für die Datenblöcke unangetastet lässt, dafür aber die Transaktionen verschlankt.
Das wäre nicht nur kein Bitcoin mehr, weil das Satoshi-Paper eben Proof-of-Work beschreibt, sondern auch, weil der Wechsel den sozialen Kontrakt verletzen würde, den die User mit Bitcoin eingegangen sind, als sie sich welche gekauft haben.
Ich finde, es wäre vergleichbar mit einer Änderung der maximalen Obergrenze an Coins, die ja auf 21 Millionen festgelegt ist.
Das hat sich beim Internet gut bewährt, siehe TCP/IP. Auch die bidirektionalen Payment Channels, die im Standard des Lightning Networks beschrieben sind, finde ich gut, weil elegant.
Leider ist die vorletzte Fragen irreführend formuliert: Die erwähnte Initiative zielt nicht auf Abschaffung des Proof-of-Work-Mechanismus, sondern eine Änderung des dafür verwendeten Hashing-Algorithmus.
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See Andreas Schildbach (of Bitcoin Wallet) trying to talk some sense in #bitcoin-dev via IRC - and meeting a wall, of course.

[...] 10:02 aschildbach: Fee is a constant too 10:02 sipa: ouch 10:02 aschildbach: constant per KB of course 10:03 sipa: i guess that's possible as long as you can easily push out updates 10:03 aschildbach: Fee shouldn't go up anyway, so that's no problem. 10:04 sipa: well it certainly can gonup if there is more transaction demamd 10:04 sipa: *go up 10:04 aschildbach: If that "go up" is persistent, users will go away. 10:04 aschildbach: So it can't go up higher than "perceived free". 10:05 aschildbach: But back to my question: What's the exact dust amount in sat.? [...] 10:13 sipa: in 0.12, the mempool will be limited by increasing the relay fee when it grows too big 10:14 sipa: in practice, it seems that will result in lower relay fees than 0.11.1 10:14 aschildbach: I would make more sense to increase the block size instead. 10:14 aschildbach: Because otherwise the users run away. 10:14 sipa: or some types of transactions become uneconomical, and others take over 10:16 aschildbach: Well it's not going to happen in a clean way. The market is not transparent enough for users to decide what kind of transactions they can do and which they can't. 10:16 aschildbach: Unless Bitcoin degrades into an Inter-Banking thing only. 10:16 sipa: please 10:16 sipa: i understand your view, but there are a lot of concerns here 10:18 aschildbach: Sure [...] 
http://bitcoinstats.com/irc/bitcoin-dev/logs/2015/11/28
It's sickening. Ditch this Blockstream Core travesty of a Bitcoin node!!
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On-going work: Coin Selection Simulation | Andreas Schildbach | Sep 21 2016 /r/bitcoin_devlist

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See Andreas Schildbach (of Bitcoin Wallet) trying to talk some sense in #bitcoin-dev via IRC - and meeting a wall, of course. /r/btc

See Andreas Schildbach (of Bitcoin Wallet) trying to talk some sense in #bitcoin-dev via IRC - and meeting a wall, of course. /btc submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Interview with Andreas Schildbach (maintainer of bitcoinj and Bitcoin Wallet on Android) about the looming hard fork

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Bitcoin Wallet Developer Andreas Schildbach: I Will Not Invest My Time in Lightning Networks

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I need some help with the Bitcoin wallet by Andreas Schildbach

So I downloaded the android app bitcion wallet by Andreas Schildbach and it gave me a Bitcoin address.
So then I used the Canadian site https://quickbt.com/ to send 0.03 or about $35 dollars worth to the address giving to me by the wallet.
Will it appear automatically?
Do I need to do anything with the app so it knows the coin is there?
when you first install the app does it take a long time to snyc?
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Interview mit Bitcoin Wallet Entwickler Andreas Schildbach

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Bitcoin Wallet Developer Andreas Schildbach: I Will Not Invest My Time in Lightning Networks

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Possible to recover bitcoin? Had a wallet app (andreas schildbach) on an android phone. Please help!

I am posting this for a friend. He was having issues with his phone, and took it to his provider. They did a factory reset on it and lost all of his apps. He does however, have the original address with the coin on it. He is fairly new to bitcoin, and has been stressing. So here I am asking my friends here at Reddit. Thanks for any help!
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Bitcoin Wallet Developer Andreas Schildbach: I Will Not Invest My Time in Lightning Networks

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Myceilum 1.2.9 out, now you can post buy ads in addition to sells.

Myceilum 1.2.9 out, now you can post buy ads in addition to sells. submitted by kilorat to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

How to use Bitcoin Tip Jars on YouTube - #LifeonBitcoin youtube.com A beer payed with testnet coins on Lightning Networks at ROOM 77 IN berlin YouTube Zombey - YouTube

heise online sprach mit dem Berliner Entwickler Andreas Schildbach, der bereits seit 2010 in Sachen Kryptogeld aktiv ist und eine der beliebtesten Bitcoin-Wallets für Android geschaffen hat. Er ... Andreas Schildbach, one of the developers of the popular Bitcoin Wallet app for Android and maintainer of alternative Bitcoin implementation Bitcoinj, calls for a block-size increase to allow for more Bitcoin transactions.Rather than relying on additional layers built on top of the blockchain, Schildbach believes the network should be designed to scale “on-chain”, too. Officially called “Bitcoin Wallet” in the Android store, this groundbreaking wallet is known among the bitcoin community as Schildbach’s wallet, named after its developer Andreas Schildbach. Mr. Schildbach recounts, in an interview with ihb.io , that he decided to develop his wallet after a particularly frustrating episode in which paying at a Bitcoin-accepting restaurant in Berlin back ... Andreas Schildbach, einer der Entwickler der beliebten Bitcoin Wallet App für Android und Betreuer der alternativen Bitcoin-Implementierung Bitcoinj, fordert eine Blockgrößenerhöhung, um mehr Bitcoin-Transaktionen zu ermöglichen. Anstatt sich auf zusätzliche Schichten zu verlassen, die auf der Blockchain aufbauen, Ich nutze dazu die App von Andreas Schildbach "Bitcoin Wallet". Ein Wallet auf dem Handy muss besonders sicher sein. Das von A. Schildbach war mit das erste dieser Art auf dem Handymarkt und gehört wohl auch zu den zuverlässigsten einer mobilen Wallet. Probleme? Die gab es noch nie und das Wallet hat viele Transaktionen verzeichnet. Beachtest Du all diese Vorschläge, wirst Du gut in Dein ...

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How to use Bitcoin Tip Jars on YouTube - #LifeonBitcoin

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