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What is Bitcoin SV?
Bitcoin SV is an electronic cash system. It is both a currency and a payment network.
Bitcoin SV allows electronic payments to be sent directly from one person to another. A public ledger (blockchain) stores every transaction and is kept updated and secured by a global system of servers (miners) who receive fees for performing this work. Bitcoin SV transactions occur instantly, are extremely secure and have extremely low fees (approx. USD$0.001 per transaction).
Check out the Bitcoin SV Wiki for more info. https://wiki.bitcoinsv.io
What is the Nobl wallet?
Using Bitcoin SV is like using email — you send funds “from:” your wallet “to:” another wallet. Nobl makes it easy. To access your wallet, you will need to set a PIN and use it each time you open your wallet. This way, you can be sure your funds are safe, even if your phone gets into the wrong hands.
In the wallet settings is a backup button. Write down the 12 words displayed and keep them in a safe place. As long as you have that backup phrase, you can always access your funds.
How secure are my funds?
The Bitcoin SV system and your Bitcoin SV funds are extremely secure. We suggest you create a PIN to prevent someone from accessing your wallet and your funds.
It is also highly recommended that you write down your Nobl user password and the Wallet Backup phrase. With those written down and stored securely, you will always be able to access your funds, even if you lose your phone.
Where can I buy Bitcoin SV?
You can buy Bitcoin SV on a cryptocurrency exchange such as Bittrex, or directly from a broker such as https://buybsv.com. As an alternative, you can also buy another cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin BTC or USDC from an exchange like https://coinbase.com and then use a cryptocurrency swapping service like https://simpleswap.io to swap those coins for Bitcoin SV.
Once you have purchased BSV, send it to your Nobl wallet. See How do I receive funds?
How do I send funds?
From the Nobl wallet, you can send funds directly to someone else, whether they are a Nobl user or not. If they are a registered Nobl user, simply enter their username (eg. @noblguy) in the “To” field. If they aren’t a Nobl user, either enter their Paymail address, their Bitcoin SV wallet address or use the camera to scan the QR code of their Bitcoin SV wallet. Next, enter the amount you wish to send, then tap “Send”. That’s it!
How do I receive funds?
To receive funds from someone else, you have a few options. You can give the other party your Paymail address, which is simply your Nobl username followed by @188.8.131.52 (eg. firstname.lastname@example.org). You can show or send a screenshot of the QR code of your wallet address, or you can copy and send your Bitcoin SV address. There is nothing personal on your Receive page, and showing this to anyone poses no security risk. All the information shown here is public.