balance/folder created by balio or
payment.zipfile generated by WebUI - you move it from online PC to wallet machine.
|If you have no client: use balio tool||If you have a running client: use WebUI|
There is a tool balio that can fetch a balance of your wallet from a public block explorers.|
Run the tool from a command line with the file name of your wallet as the command line parameter (e.g.
Eventually enter the list of space separated BTC addresses that you want to fetch the balance for (
This should create the
Note: fetching the balance this way exposes your privacy.
To use balio through Tor, set TOR environment variable in your system, pointing it to your tor's socks proxy (e.g.
Additionally, despite of using Tor, to further protect your privacy try to fetch balance of single addresses instead of entire wallets.
From the moment a content of |
To spend your coins, you can choose one of the two ways here. It is recommended to use MakeTx page that allows you to assemble a transaction using a convenient, interactive way.
balance/folder, from online PC to wallet machine.
walletcommand only on offline machine - one that never was nor will be connected to Internet.
wallet -send 1JbdKe4eBwtexisGTbCKY5v5CfphtdZXJs=0.01
-fee) allows you to control the transaction's' fee.
-send ...command, it will create a text file with a signed transaction. The file is named like
01234567.txt- this is the file you need to move to your online node in order to notify the network about your payment. Before you broadcast your signed transaction to the network, verify carefully that it does exactly what you intended.
|Wallet||WebUI (requires client)|
To see a decoded content of a transaction, execute:||
Use PushTx button or Upload Transaction File form.|
After you upload the transaction, you should see it decoded.
Then have a look if it makes sense. And if it does, send it away...
|WebUI (requires client)||TextUI (requires client)||Web services|
|Load the transaction using the client's WebUI. Click on the envelope icon with a green arrow to broadcast a loaded transaction to the network. Coming back to Transactions tab later, press the button in the "Own TXs" row, to see all the transactions you've loaded (those with a red background are yours). You can also unload a previously loaded transaction by clicking on the red X icon.||
Use any web page that allows you to push a raw transaction to the bitcoin network.|
• More at https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Transaction_broadcasting
Just copy the text from the transaction file, paste it into the form and push the button.
Note: being concerned about exposing your IP, you may want to access the web page via Tor.
The client never broadcasts transactions unrequested, so if your transaction does not appear in the chain soon enough, you may want to re-broadcast it, using the same method as for the initial broadcasting. There may of course be other reasons why your transaction does not get confirmed (usually because the fee was too low), in which case re-broadcasting it will not help you much.|
There is also a TextUI command