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For questions or issues relating to the IOTA Wallet and how to mitigate/avoid these issues.

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Right now there is not a great way to do this in a single instance on your PC. Your best bet will be to open a VM and open another instance of the IOTA wallet there. …
answered Dec 23 '17 by aboose
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password to access the balances inside the addresses in the Tangle that you own. Therefore, your Seed is what you are trying to store securely. You have several options: 1) Paper wallet: Write your … it. 2) Digital Encrypted wallet: Put your seed into an encrypted password manager database, such as Keepass. Set your password and save the database file onto a USB drive. Your personal access code …
answered Nov 29 '17 by aboose
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Your IOTA are not stored on your phone, they are stored on the decentralized tangle. Your seed is your password to access your IOTA, anytime, anywhere. As long as you have your seed saved in a place o …
answered Dec 1 '17 by aboose
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The only distinguishing factor between wallets is the seed itself, as you have described in your original post. The wallet program itself has nothing to do with giving separate gifts to separate … mediums you have such as PCs or backup hard drives you have in your house just in case. Finally, log into each seed with your wallet and create addresses, then log into your original wallet and send …
answered Dec 5 '17 by aboose
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, download the light wallet from github: https://github.com/iotaledger/wallet/releases Then, input the seed you came up with there. Then, you can create addresses. …
answered Nov 29 '17 by aboose
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No, if you have no access to the seed, it is impossible to obtain the funds. That is why doing what you did (sending test amounts) is a good habit.
answered Nov 29 '17 by aboose
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Some people are seeing issues where they have generated addresses post-snapshot that were pruned, which are identical to pre-snapshot addresses. This poses a risk because if you re-use these addresses …
asked Dec 1 '17 by aboose
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For example, I withdrew 5 MIOTA from Bitfinex to my light wallet seed. I see 6 duplicate transactions, 1 of which went through and is reflected in my total balance, but the other 5 saying pending. What are these pending transactions, why do they exist, and is it okay that they are there? …
asked Nov 30 '17 by aboose
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Sergey, there should be no serious risk. Here is a step by step process: 1) On Wallet B, generate a new address. 2) Once it is generated, send that address to the computer with Wallet A, via … email or otherwise. You are at no risk publically sharing the address. 3) In Wallet A, go to the send tab and send the amount of IOTA you want to send to that address. 4) Wait for your transaction to …
answered Dec 28 '17 by aboose
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It has been observed that the more addresses in your wallet, the longer it takes for your computer to retrieve all associated addresses from the Tangle. The new wallet should remedy this -- it will …
answered Dec 10 '17 by aboose
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The action that will compromise your security is sending a transaction from the same address twice. That is what address reuse is: sending a transaction from the same address twice. You CAN do this …
answered Dec 7 '17 by aboose