Can I convert a Bisq address, with its private key, into a paper wallet?
I’m sure you can.
You would have to dump those private keys first.
You should be aware of the risks of displaying your private keys, as if you have any malware on your computer it is more likely to grab your keys when you try to export your private keys.
That being said, in order to display your private keys you need to remove password from your wallet, restart the app and press alt+j to dump the private keys.
From there you can use whatever sofware you usually use to a paper wallet (perhaps offline version of bitaddress.org).
But a paper wallet does not need the paper.
It’s just a public address, and a private key.
Manuscript, or by Notepad.
It’s not like this?
Well I don’t know really. It just made sense to me that paper wallets are private keys written on a paper. I am not sure that you get any higher security by putting it in a digital form and you do lose some security if you don’t encrypt the private keys when you store them.
Paper is used by paper wallets to save you from someone hacking your bitcoins (malware infections). Using a digital form doesn’t really add none of security, but perhaps it adds some benefit of usability for you, I don’t know.
I wouldn’t advise to hold your private keys in an unencrypted digital document.
If I convert a Bisq address, with its private key, into a paper wallet, I need to remove it from Bisq, right?
How can I remove that address from Bisq?
I don’t see why you would need to remove it, but there is no way to remove a single address from Bisq. You can simply backup a wallet however and create a new one with new addresses.
Then you can delete the old wallet, even tho I wouldn’t recommend it.
But you should also know that there is no supported way of importing an address either. So in case you wanted to keep your Bisq address on a paper wallet and then import it back later, it ain’t going to work. You can still import it in other standard Bitcoin wallets of course.