BitCoin ONE Wallets + Staking

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Smart Pool:

1 % of rewards in the smart pool

and 10 % of withdrawal amount.

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0,99 Euro

10 % of withdrawal amount

Price will be changed depending on price.

When people do not have reinvest enabled then the stakes go to the web-wallet of the stakes earned.

Withdraw from web-wallet is 2 coins.

But then those stakes does not earn interest in the pos pool.

So you will basically just be staking on the amount you deposited

without interest.

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Learn how to set up your BitCoin ONE proof-of-stake wallet.

Includes: how to download wallet, how to encrypt wallet, how to backup wallet, how to create a wallet address. Based on BitCoin ONE, but works for most proof-of-stake/masternode wallets.

This guide will work for your BitCoin ONE wallet, and most other proof-of-stake wallets are similar.

Remember, it is extremely important to encrypt your wallet and create a backup if you are running your proof-of-stake wallet on a VPS.

Follow these basic steps to get started.

Step 1: How To Download Wallet


DOWNLOAD v 2.0.1

New update (you can still run version 2.0 with no issues)

You need to download the correct wallet for your OS.

Most versions of Windows use the Windows 64 Filesystem version.

Download “” and extract the compressed folder.


Do save the new wallet as BTCONE2 and not in the same directory or name as old folders or directory, since this will cause problems.

And remove old Bitcoin ONE Folder before installing.

Can be found in C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Roaming\BTCONE

Put “bitcoinone-qt” on your Desktop for easy access.

This file opens your wallet.

Right click and click “Run as administrator”.

Make sure to accept incoming connections and click on “YES” if you are asked about this.

You may have to click “More Info” in a new window in order to run the program.

Step 2: How To Encrypt Wallet

If you’re opening your wallet for the first time, the wallet should connect to the network and begin syncing the blockchain.

Look at the progress bar bottom of the wallet where it in the start says “X number of weeks behind” After this the wallet is Sync and when this is over you can send coins and receive coins.

Place your mouse over the bar or the icons in the lower right corner for more info.

It’s time to encrypt your BitCoin ONE wallet using a password.

Click the Settings drop down and click “Encrypt Wallet…”

The next step will ask you to enter a password.

Do not lose or forget this password, or you will lose all of your coins. Create a secure personal backup of this password.

Your wallet will now close to complete the encryption process.

Now, your wallet file is encrypted.

Step 3: How To Back Up Proof-Of-Stake Wallet

Backing up your wallet is easy, and it’s a built-in feature to all wallets.

Click the File drop down and click “Backup Wallet…”

Save your wallet with any file name.

Make sure to send your wallet file to external storage, especially if you are using a VPS.

This file will be the only way to recover your coins if something goes wrong with your VPS or computer.

If you’re on Windows, the directory for the wallet file is probably located in:


To restore a wallet from a backup, rename the backup file to wallet.dat and place it in the BitCoinONE folder.

Step 4: How To Create A Wallet Address

Creating a wallet address is easy. From your proof-of-stake wallet, you can create as many unique addresses as you’d like.

Any address generated from your wallet can be used to receive coins, and it is very helpful to generate new addresses for specific payments.

To start, switch to the Receive tab.

You can create and manage all wallet addresses in the Receive tab.

Click “Request Payment” to create a new wallet address.

You can assign a label, amount, or message to go with the address.

These fields are for your personal records.

Each address will function the same way regardless of what you enter.

That’s it!

You’ve generated a unique, new wallet address.

Click “Copy Address” and send coins to begin staking

or setting up your masternode!

Staking happens automatic by having your wallet

run in the background and being open.

Step 5: How To Send BTCONE Coins

Sending coins is pretty straightforward.

  1. Enter BTCONE wallet Address
  2. Enter Amount
  3. Click on Send







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