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I use the original client, but I don't know where can I find my Bitcoin address. Can someone help me?

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    You don't have "an address", you have many addresses. Though Bitcoin doesn't force you to do this, Bitcoin was built in a way so that you have a new address for each transaction where you receive bitcoins. – Stephen Gornick May 17 '12 at 17:04
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    I think this question needs to be rephrased to include the version number, or it may become confusing as changes are made to the client. @Rowt, can you do that please, since you know which version you have? – Highly Irregular May 17 '12 at 20:43
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  1. Open the standard client
  2. Go to "Receive coins" tab
  3. You will have a list of addresses you can use

If you want to create a new address, just click "New Address..." on the bottom of the window.

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IF you are running the MultiBit wallet, you can find your Bitcoin Address here: 1) Go to the Request tab, 2) Your address

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  • The is explicitly asking for the Satoshi Client, not Multibit. – cdecker Nov 29 '13 at 9:17

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