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    Re: Subway purchased with bitcin

    Anyone know a good Android app for that Bitcoin wallet/pay thingy?

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    Re: Subway purchased with bitcin

    Quote Originally Posted by Shami-Amourae View Post
    Anyone know a good Android app for that Bitcoin wallet/pay thingy?
    Blockchain.info has an Android app that is good. link to blockchain app in play store here

    Mycelium is another. link to Mycelium thread on the bitcoin forum
    link to Mycelium app in play store here.

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    Re: Subway purchased with bitcin

    Quote Originally Posted by sirgonzo420 View Post
    I use blockchain myself. Secure wallet, as well as convenient. Can access your coins via computer, and cell phone once you link your cell up to the account. Can also remove the cell phone if for some reason it gets lost or stolen.

    Another wallet service that is offering something a little different is called bitgo.com

    Supposedly they use a 3 way authentication method in order to send bitcoins from the address, and they only have access to 1 of the authentication and not the private key.

    Here is Bitgo's white paper: https://bitgo.com/p2sh_safe_address
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