‎Mycelium Bitcoin Wallet on the App Store

yesterday i got transferred a full bitcoin to Mycelium iPhone wallet, the transaction is still unconfirmed almost 24 hour later. now the other problem that i have is that my iPhone (7) is dying i literally can't manipulate it, what will happen with the transaction if i restore to a new wallet ?

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Hello, I just transferred some bitcoin from Coinbase to mycelium wallet on iPhone. However I’ve just seen that mycelium has been removed from the App Store. Should I be worried about receiving the money on mycelium? The app has been acting strange as well

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I downloaded the Mycelium Bitcoin wallet for the iPhone. Do I need to sign up on a website to start receiving money?

I'm set to receive some money in Bitcoin, so I downloaded the Mycelium wallet to my phone to receive it. What comes next though? How do I find my Bitcoin Address?
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Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: I have been depositing small amounts of bitcoin into my wallet for a while Today checked my wallet on the iPhone and all my coins deposited before 28th November are gone and transaction history shows /r/mycelium

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: I have been depositing small amounts of bitcoin into my wallet for a while Today checked my wallet on the iPhone and all my coins deposited before 28th November are gone and transaction history shows /mycelium submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Mycelium wallet for iPhone: where are my private keys stored? /r/Bitcoin

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Bug in the Mycelium iphone wallet - be careful /r/Bitcoin

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Help. Lost unlocked iphone with Mycelium wallet on it. /r/Bitcoin

Help. Lost unlocked iphone with Mycelium wallet on it. /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Old MyCelium wallet on iPhone 6S, app no longer supported, lost 5K CAD... /r/Bitcoin

Old MyCelium wallet on iPhone 6S, app no longer supported, lost 5K CAD... /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Change to iphone 11 mycelium

Hi I recently bought the new iPhone and I’m having trouble restoring my wallet on mycelium. Can anyone help me? The old iPhone was an iPhone 7
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Transferring BTC from an exchange to my Mycelium wallet

I have Bitcoin in a Gemini Exchange account and I would like to move it to my own wallet. I've already set up Mycelium Wallet on my iphone. The whole process seems somewhat straightforward, but because I am a beginner and because I want to make sure I don't lose my funds, I thought I would reach out and ask others with more experience. Basically my question is...
What are the steps to send bitcoin from my Gemini exchange account to my Mycelium wallet, (which is set up and backed up on my phone)?
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Mobile wallet for Android?

Hi there! Is it safe to use Coinbase and coinbase wallet? Or Mycelium? Coinomi? Who had an experience with a mobile Android wallet? Need your advice 🤜🤛
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Thoughts on Mycelium Wallet?

Is it safe to send coins from Mycelium to DNMs or do they track like Coin Base?
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Is mycelium a reliable wallet?

I am using Xapo and tbh I am very happy with it. But I read about the Xapo experience of a user here so I am thinking of going in for another wallet. I downloaded Mycelium and on the face of it I am finding it easy.
I want to know whether it is a reliable wallet or not. I have already copied and safely stored the seed.
Thanks in advance.
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MyCelium confirmations

Hey guys I have purchased bitcoin from Coinmama and still have yet to see it in my iPhone Mycelium Wallet. When I look at the blockchain it says there are 22 confirmations. Its also been around 4 hours or so. Is this a normal wait time for around $230 worth of bitcoin with this many confirmations? Below is the transaction to wallet address 1AbL26bt18z25LDkDNHYXmLMMx4oKdeS3p

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Trouble with First Wallet (Mycelium)

I have some bitcoin on an exchange, and I wanted to try out a wallet. I plan on getting a hardware wallet, but before doing so, just wanted to try out a wallet on my phone. After looking around a bit, I decided to use the Mycelium wallet.
I transferred about $300 USD in BTC to my wallet. That went fine. Then I decided to try to send money to somebody. So, I installed Mycelium on my wife's iphone and sent her $40. My app indicated the transaction cost would be only 0.46 USD.
She received approximately $25.00. The transaction details show 0.00004927 BTC, at a rate of 25sat/byte.
How is it possible that I am missing nearly half the money I sent to her? Surely that can't be workable system for using bitcoin as a medium of exchange. Am I doing something wrong, or should I be using a different wallet?
I've tried a couple more smaller transactions, and I'm seeing similar ratios on terms of the amount sent / the amount received.
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Beginner's Guide to Trading Crypto. Part 11

Beginner's Guide to Trading Crypto. Part 11

Money Loves Security And So Do Cryptos: A Brief Guide Down Crypto Wallet Lane

Since time immemorial people have been keeping their money and valuables in safe places. Be they purses, clay pots full of coins buried in their backyards or treasure chests hidden in caves with piles of bones strewn around to keep unwanted visitors at bay, they means conceived for safekeeping hoarded valuables are just as creative as they are limitless.
The advent of cryptocurrencies as a new class of valuables and assets instantly spawned the need to keep them safe from the clammy hands of criminals. The logical solution was to develop wallets that would be used to keep cryptos safe. As a result, a multitude of wallets have emerged offering all kinds of added services to their users while remaining means of storage at heart.
There is a huge variety of wallets available: Coinomi, GreenAddress, Blockchain.info, Atomic, Exodus, Jaxx, Electrum, Copay, Bread, Airbitz, Armory, Mycelium, Blockchain Wallet and dozens of others, each offering their services to suit any taste.

Types Of Wallets

There are several types of wallets available to users and everyone must decide for themselves which one suits their needs best.
Hardware wallets: These are the most secure and reliable wallets available, since they are not connected to the internet at all. Hardware wallets are like flash memory cards that store the user’s cryptocurrencies and access offline. A bright example is the Trezor wallet, which is deemed to be impermeable to hackers. Unless the user loses the device itself, it is safe to assume that the cryptos will stay on it indefinitely and no one will ever gain access to them.
Online, Web or Hot wallets: These are online services, or online wallets that offer to store the user’s cryptos online with direct access to the internet at any time. In essence, online wallets are online accounts in which users store their funds. The risks are very high, since exchange wallets are routinely being hacked and the cryptos stored therein stolen.
Desktop wallets: Desktop wallets are software programs that can be downloaded and installed on a PC and will only be accessible from the device they were downloaded onto. The risks are the same as with hot wallets and another added inconvenience is that loss of the device or loss of access to it means loss of all cryptos stored on it.
Mobile wallets: Mobile wallets are software programs that can be downloaded onto a mobile device, such as a phone or a tablet. There are wallets for Android and iPhones and all of them bear even greater risks than hot wallets. Since mobile devices are susceptible to theft and a variety of viruses, it is extremely risky to store cryptos on them. Though access to the cryptos without private keys is impossible, unless the user stores them on the device, loss of all cryptos with the mobile device is guaranteed.
Paper wallets: Paper wallets are offline cold storage for cryptocurrencies. This is by far the safest means of storing cryptos, which includes printing the public and private keys on a piece of paper and storing it in a safe place. The keys are printed in the form of QR codes for convenience. With paper wallets, the user has complete control over their funds and the only risk lies in losing the piece of paper with the keys.
Other types of wallets: Apart from the five main types of wallets, there were attempts at creating other types of services, such as atomic wallets using atomic swap technology and even combinations of mobile/hot/cold wallets. Despite limited success, hybrids models of wallets did not become popular.

Main Pros And Cons

When looking at wallets and their main advantages and disadvantages, it is easiest to speak of the division between cold and hot wallets.
When speaking of cold wallets, such as the Trezor Bitcoin wallet and Ledger Nano S or X, the same issue will be observed, and that is the fact that such wallets can be physically lost. Though anyone who ever finds them will never be able to gain access to the stored cryptos without the private keys (unless they are pasted on the device), loss of all cryptos on the device is guaranteed. In addition, cold wallets can be difficult to install and are inconvenient for frequent use.
Hot wallets are far more susceptible to risk than their cold counterparts. Though hot storage is much faster and convenient with a wide variety of options from Coinbase to Blockchain.info, the risk of cybercrime runs high. Mobile or desktop storage is also considered to be hot storage and is also risky, if the device is damaged or destroyed.

Bitcoin Problems

Bitcoin, as the firstborn cryptocurrency, was born with a number of defects. One of the main problems of the king of cryptos is the yet unsolved scalability problem. This refers to the limit on the amount of transactions the Bitcoin network can process due to the limited size of and frequency of blocks in the Bitcoin blockchain.
Said problem poses some difficulties to all Bitcoin users and leads to what is known as backlog in the blockchain. The backlog leads to long queues of transactions in the system. With the average transaction time in the Bitcoin blockchain being around 7 transactions per second and the theoretical maximum standing at 27, it is not difficult to understand how long users of the blockchain have to wait for their transactions to pass in times of heightened demand – the time is in the hours and sometimes even days.

Bitcoin Wallets Review

Since Bitcoin is the most popular cryptocurrency on the market, it is logical to judge wallets by their support of the first cryptocurrency. As such, the following will be a brief review of some of the best and most popular Bitcoin wallets on the market.
Online Bitcoin Wallets
Online or web wallets are the most popular ones out there and the best Bitcoin wallet overall is widely considered to be Blockchain.info, which is easily accessible and convenient for everyday use with good security. As an anonymous Bitcoin wallet, Coinbase follows in the lead with its ability to store a multitude of various coins, but with the same security risks that are inherent to all hot wallets.
Android Bitcoin Wallets
Android is the most popular mobile system in the world and plays host to a number of good mobile wallets. The best Android Bitcoin wallet is widely considered to be the Electrum Bitcoin wallet with its excellent reputation, good security and convenience. Though Electrum has some occasional glitches, they are never critical. Another excellent wallet for Android is the Coinomi wallet with its support for a wide variety of cryptos and excellent user support, which even allows for restore options using special phrases. Coinomi has its issues as well, such as occasional exchange glitches, but the many pros outweigh the cons.
Bitcoin Hardware Wallets
The undisputed leaders as the best hardware wallets for Bitcoin are Ledger Nano X and S, Trezor T and Trezor One, and Keepkey. Bitcoin hardware wallets are comparable in their security, accessibility and usability. The difference is mainly in the price, which ranges from $165 for Trzeor T to $59 for the Ledger Nano S model. In fact, the Ledger Bitcoin wallet is often called the king of hardware wallets. The KeepKey Bitcoin wallet is the in the top three hardware wallets as a convenient and stylish device. Though KeepKey supports over 40 assets, it still lacks coin support.
Bitcoin Wallets For iPhone
iPhone’s iOS system is the second most popular for mobile devices in the world and has support for some good wallets as well. The best iOS Bitcoin wallet for iPhone is considered to be the Abra software, which offers credit card support for topping up crypto balances and a good user interface, which is even more oriented at exchanges. The next software is Edge, formerly known as Airbitz. The Edge wallet is best known for high security and good user-friendliness along with multi-currency support.
Bitcoin Wallets For Windows
Bitcoin wallets for PC are very popular and Windows is leading the way with some excellent offers for wallets. Atomic is by far the most advanced and the best option for Windows users as it offers Atomic swaps technology as its basis. The application offers a wide variety of operations and supports over 300 cryptocurrencies. Exodus is the second most popular choice as a desktop only wallet with support for Bitcoin and many other altcoins. Exodus offers its users a good interface and it is free for use.
Bitcoin Wallets For Mac
Since Atomic and Exodus are cross-platform wallets, they can be used on Windows and Mac. Apart from them, there are also Jaxx and Electrum, which can be used on Mac. Jaxx is a multi-currency wallet with support for around 40 cryptos and has a PIN feature. In addition, Jaxx is free for use. Electrum is one of the oldest desktop wallets and is a lightweight wallet that does not require the full blockchain to operate, meaning less storage needed for its operation. The wallet requires a PIN and is essentially a desktop bank with good security and usability. Electrum is also a Bitcoin wallet for iPad, since it can be used on mobile platforms.
Bitcoin Paper Wallet
Since storing cryptos online on exchange or hot wallets or even on devices is risky, it is oftentimes more convenient to use a simple printer to print out the keys and store them. BitAddress offers a convenient and easy to use, step by step guide to creating a paper wallet with the added benefit of sleeping in peace, known that nothing and no one will ever threaten your Bitcoins.


When embarking on the journey of creating your first wallet, think well of which type to use. The type will depend on the priorities that stand before the user. If security is paramount, then paper or cold storage wallets are the go-to solution. If frequency of use is the name of the day, then hot wallets and their inherent risks are the best way to go.
The most frequent questions related to wallets are how to add money to a Bitcoin wallet and how to set up a Bitcoin wallet. Both questions have no single answer, as each wallet offers its own instructions on how to top up balances and how to set them up. Therefore it is recommended to study all instructions carefully prior to operation.
Either way, there is no silver bullet and some features will have to be sacrificed in deciding how to store cryptocurrencies. The one thing that is constant is the need to store Bitcoins and cryptos and make use of them.

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Bitcoin Mobile Wallets in 2018 (Android/iOS)

Whenever i install a mobile wallet on some of my friends or families phone i try to only install open source software that definitely has you in charge of your private keys! There are some key things that every bitcoin wallet should provide, like segwit support for example.

So far my knowledge is this:

- Samourai (Android only / Still in Alpha / wont let you use BitPay / Full Segwit support / Open source / Experimental privacy features)
- GreenAddress (Not the most modern Interface / Privacy concerns with email/sms login? but ok / Segwit support (fully supported? not sure?) / Open source / iOS & Android supported )
- Blue Wallet (iOS only / Still early development / Full Segwit support / Open Source )
- Edge (Only client side open source / focus not only bitcoin / actually not sure if the fully support segwit) <- actually im quite skeptical about this wallet for some reason maybe someone knows more about it

all the other apps like CoPay, Mycelium, Electrum, Jaxx, Enjin either dont support segwit fully or are not fully open source.
what am i missing? are these the only few options if you want full segwit support, open source bitcoin wallets? its ok if the wallet i am looking for is only supporter on either iOS or Android but it seems there are still few options that live up to high standarts.
Id like to hear your alternatives or your thoughts for this topic since i think its a very critical thing for user adoption not to have scammy wallets full of advertising with no security or privacy standards.
I mainly use Samourai myself but its not a officially stable wallets by the developers even but i support them so this is why i use it. But you can't recommend it to someone new or as a standard kind of soloution.
For iOS my experience is very limited since i never owned an iPhone but its a huge market and i used to recommend Copay but i think its not a very good option.. for the moment i would go for GreenAddress or BlueWallet.

Let me know what ou think please

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Anyone else just switch from iPhone to Android? Tips for the newly converted?

My first computer was an Apple IIe, on which I learned to program in BASIC, and played text games like Zork.
I have been an Apple loyalist ever since, though some of the products sucked. Apple was the outsider, the dark horse, the creative, playful, anti-establishment computer. Remember the first Macintosh? The 1984 commercial?? iTune? The advent of the iPhone?
Now, Apple is the establishment, Steve Jobs is dead, and I'm done buying Apple products. As of yesterday, I'm using a Samsung Galaxy 4 mini and loving the universe of bitcoin-related apps.
Anyone else switch over recently? Tips? What are the best bitcoin apps?
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[Help Please] Transfered btc to mycelium wallet - and now I can't send them anywhere?

using an iphone6 - transfered btc to my mycelium wallet (no problems) - multi confirmations - now I try to send them (also tried to send entire amount) nothing happens when I press send.
What am I doing wrong?
Edit - I've tried sending less, and sending full wallet amount. Everything seems fine but nothing happens when I press the send button. Just nothing.
Edit It appears the app is no longer in the app store. Sad Panda.
Thanks !
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Migrating from Mycelium (using 12 word seed backup)

A year or so ago I tried getting my friend into bitcoin. I had him download the Mycelium wallet onto his iPhone and sold him a small amount of bitcoin which I transferred to Mycelium address.
He recently got a new phone and would like to restore the wallet from the 12 word backup seed phrase (edit and no longer has acess to the old phone). I would prefer to use a different wallet than Mycelium. What are some SIMPLE iOS wallets that will accept the 12 words backup seed phrase exported by Mycelium?
P.S.: Mycelium is an HD (Hierarchical Deterministic) wallet. Not sure if this matters but it caused me all kinds of hassles when trying to recover my BCH air drop.
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Can someone pitch Mycelium?

I have seen so many wallets and so many people talking about Mycelium. Is it the best? If so, what makes it better than the rest of the wallets like blockchain and coinbase wallets? Thank you for the information.
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