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So I've created a Paper wallet using bit address.org, and have joined Blockchain.com, but can't find out how to link the two?

Also the strategy I'm using at the moment-till maybe "you" say otherwise, is-I've bought Bitcoin using Coinbase, and am trying to send money to my bitaddress.org Paper Wallet-but Coinbase isn't showing me how to do this? So I can then register the transaction-and others on the Blockchain on blockchain.com Do you think I'm using the right strategy?

Thoughts

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    Welcome to bitcoin.SE! Its great that you're doing research and asking questions, you'll find lots of friendly people here that are happy to help :) re: "Do you think I'm using the right strategy?"- no, I would consider your setup to be unnecessarily complex and insecure. As a new user, I wouldn't recommend you use a paper wallet, improper use can lead to loss. For more info see en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Paper_wallet . I would also generally avoid web-wallets (like blockchain.info), take a look at bitcoin.org/en/choose-your-wallet and choose a wallet that suits your needs well. – chytrik Dec 26 '18 at 2:47
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When you are in your Coinbase account use their "Send" feature to send coins to your paper wallet. It will then prompt you for a wallet address to send the coins to. Enter your paper wallet address there. Choose the amount to send, etc.

More here: https://support.coinbase.com/customer/en/portal/articles/971437-how-do-i-send-digital-currency-to-another-wallet-

If you are keeping the coins for yourself, there are better alternatives than paper wallet. If you are giving as a gift, just make sure recipient knows what to do or no do with the wallet.

  • Thank you so much Fraggle. I'm wondering if you'd be open to a Skype chat for some more questions? Perhaps i could send some bitcoin your way, for your time? I could forward my questions to you first perhaps? Thank you again. Ernie – E.Jermaine Dec 27 '18 at 11:05

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