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I installed Bitcoin core recently but its not synchronizing right now. I sent one address from file menu like this below to one of my friend and he is send me some Bitcoin:

13BuBwcQM2WwedYzqkccovjYYPKBAc6RWE

The problem is that I haven't enough storage in my PC to download all of the data so I can't synchronize my bit-coin core and it shows 0.00 balance. I have another Bitcoin wallet in https://blockchain.info site

How I can send my Bitcoin to my new wallet?

If I uninstalled my Bitcoin core wallet, will my bit coin be lost?

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The good (or bad) news is that your friends hasn't sent you any bitcoins to address 13BuBwcQM2WwedYzqkccovjYYPKBAc6RWE yet so ask him not to do so until you configure your account to blockchain.info or another online wallet.

Before you proceed with deleting your local wallet, keep the wallet.dat file so you will be able to restore it later on if needed.

  • so you mean that before synch Bitcoin core the address is not valid and no body can not sent bitcoin. am i right? – Mohammad Apr 1 '15 at 11:28
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    @Mohammad no, the address is valid, it just hasn't received any funds because most probably nobody has sent funds to it. – George Kimionis Apr 1 '15 at 12:18
  • thanks but actually there was two address and i check it at blocktrail.com my it has 0.095 bitcoin at it has money that my friend sent so what should i do right now i have a valid address with 0.095 bit coin and my pc wallet is not synch. how i can send it to one online wallet that i have,whiteout synch my pc wallet – Mohammad Apr 1 '15 at 12:30
  • @Mohammad OK so that's another address I guess. Go to your RPC console and type in: listreceivedbyaddress 0 false, then unlock your wallet if locked and run the command: dumpprivkey ADDRESS, where ADDRESS is the address you'll get from the previous command. Then import this private key to blockchain.info and you're good to go. – George Kimionis Apr 1 '15 at 12:52
  • thanks ,i m new in it,can you please help me how i can access to my RPC console – Mohammad Apr 1 '15 at 13:21

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