Miner fees are the cost your wallet pays for the computing power which confirms transactions on the Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash networks. Similar to an email address, there is no risk of sharing this information with other users! Settings, is home to all your wallets addresses for all of the wallets supported currencies. Show xPub: This option allows you to view the categorys xPub. Imported addresses are not backed up by the recovery phrase. You can also sign a message with the address.
How can I tell if I have multi-signature on my Xapo account? It's a great option for paying BitPay invoices because it dynamically calculates sufficient miner fees. Click, more Options to the right of an imported address to archive it, view its private key, or sign a message from the address.
Network Cost Fee, the, network Cost fee included in your invoice total covers the Bitcoin or Bitcoin Cash miner fee cost of BitPay's transaction sweep for your payment. If someone obtains your xPub, they may be able to monitor your transaction history and disrupt your access to your wallet. If your wallet doesn't show you which addresses it used to send the money, that's no problem. We recommend the open source, bitPay bitcoin wallet app. You can see that in this transaction money from 5 addresses was transferred to 2 addresses. Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash are secure currencies for the internet. It is normal to have a new address for every costumer since a customer's money doesn't necessarily come from a single address. To unarchive an address, click More Options Unarchive. For security and ease of use, we recommend sweeping any balances stored on imported addresses to your default wallet. From an outside perspective (everyone but you these addresses are independent of each other. Miner fees are not BitPay fees, and they cannot be refunded. These fees can be higher or lower depending on the number of transactions waiting to be confirmed on the Bitcoin or Bitcoin Cash networks.