Any alternatives to inputs.io?

https://inputs.io/ was hacked recently losing over 4100 BTC. My question is: Is there any alternatives to inputs.io?

asked 11 Nov '13, 05:29 Tommyaka 614 Tommyaka's gravatar image

I will not trust on such sites in future. I lost all my bitcons on inputs.io

(11 Nov '13, 08:24) swapnilamb... swapnilambuskar's gravatar image

There are a lot of Online Wallets:

  • blockchain.info
  • bips.me (off-chain transactions)
  • coinbase.com (off-chain transactions)
  • coinex.pw
  • strongcoin.com
  • ...

For security reason you should not trust, all those services. The all could get hacked like inputs.io. You should never store most of your bitcoins at an online wallet.

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answered 11 Nov '13, 19:18 55555 462 55555's gravatar image
edited 12 Nov '13, 19:52

yes. Blockchain.info

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answered 11 Nov '13, 12:45 CronJ 761 CronJ's gravatar image

Does that allow off-chain transactions?

(11 Nov '13, 13:18) Tommyaka Tommyaka's gravatar image

no off-chain transactions. Off-chain transactions = shared wallet = highly insecure. Its better to do on-chain and get higher security.

(11 Nov '13, 13:33) CronJ CronJ's gravatar image
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