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Opening a bitcoin wallet

We highly recommend that you download and use the MultiBit wallet, which is very easy to use, safe, and free of charge.

In a short manual we demonstrate how to install and create a new bitcoin wallet and how to send or receive bitcoins.

1. Downloading the wallet

Download the MultiBit wallet on this website: https://multibit.org.

-     After downloading, open the program and install it on your computer.
-     Start the wallet.

2. Creating new wallet

To create a new wallet go to File -> New Wallet.

Choose where you want to save the new wallet on your computer. Using this saved file you operate your wallet - thus you may send bitcoins from this wallet to other wallets. If you want to use your wallet on another computer, it is necessary to copy this file to the other computer (for instance by using USB Flash drive or by sending it via e-mail).

For better security of your wallet we highly recommend you to set a password. You may do it as follows:

Choose File -> Add Password

3. Sending bitcoins

First we enter the address, on which we are sending the bitcoins.
Next we enter a description of the transaction (it is not required)

Eventually the most important step - we enter the amount in bitcoins.


Example:

Jacob bought 0.21 BTC on the BitStock exchange. He wants to transfer bitcoins from his wallet to his friend’s wallet. Thus he enters the address of the wallet (for instance: 1Mw85GBmBGeQMtT5hizLs69uh8gdxA5ZV3), which his friend has told him. Next he enters 0.20 BTC as the amount. 0.2 BTC and also a fee amounting 0.0001 BTC are subtracted from Jacob’s account. The balance of Jacob’s wallet will be 0.0099 BTC.

4. Receiving bitcoins

You may find the address of your wallet, on which others may send bitcoins, under the Request tab.

lick on a button next to this address to copy it and by pressing Ctrl + V on your keyboard you may paste it elsewhere (chat, e-mail, when receiving bitcoins etc.).

All the transactions, which you have made through this wallet in the past, may be found in the Transaction section. You may also find any transaction on the website http://blockchain.info. Blockchain info.