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Electrum - Simply the best thin Bitcoin client

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Bitcoin - The Currency of the Internet

A community dedicated to Bitcoin, the currency of the Internet. Bitcoin is a distributed, worldwide, decentralized digital money. Bitcoins are issued and managed without any central authority whatsoever: there is no government, company, or bank in charge of Bitcoin. You might be interested in Bitcoin if you like cryptography, distributed peer-to-peer systems, or economics. A large percentage of Bitcoin enthusiasts are libertarians, though people of all political philosophies are welcome.
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Decred: Secure. Adaptable. Sustainable.

Decred aims to build a community-directed cryptocurrency whose security, adaptability, and sustainability make it a superior long-term store of value. It is achieving this aim by building the world's first truly decentralized autonomous organization.
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TOP HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE BITCOIN WALLETS

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What are the best software bitcoin wallets to use? /r/BitcoinBeginners

What are the best software bitcoin wallets to use? /BitcoinBeginners submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Online hackathon to advance freedom/privacy tech?

Hi everyone,
I was thinking about the best way to advance freedom/privacy tech, and I had this idea that surprisingly nobody seems to have had before ( ?) : what if there was an online hackathon built around agorist/crypto-anarchist tech ?
The principle would be identical to any hackathon : there would be a general theme (say, « privacy ») participants would pitch ideas and form teams (in a chat room, maybe Keybase ?), work on their projects then present them to a jury ; winners would take home some prizes.
Projects could be software (bitcoin wallet for instance) or hardware (3D printed guns, let’s say)
Some of the projects that could come out of such a hackathon could be launched into businesses : think about tech centered around encryption or cryptocurrencies. Others would be « illegal » if pursued to their full extent : something like darknet marketplaces for instance, and teams who work on such projects would be encouraged to open source their code, so that it may be useful to more « daring » individuals.
This could happen over a weekend, starting on a friday evening and ending Sunday afternoon.
Now I would love to launch something like this, I have participated in hackathons before, but I’ve never organized one. If some of you are interested in this type of project dm me, I certainly can’t do it myself so any help would be much appreciated.
What do you guys think?
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Online hackathon to advance freedom/privacy tech?

Hi everyone,
I was thinking about the best way to advance freedom/privacy tech, and I had this idea that surprisingly nobody seems to have had before ( ?) : what if there was an online hackathon built around agorist/crypto-anarchist tech ?
The principle would be identical to any hackathon : there would be a general theme (say, « privacy ») participants would pitch ideas and form teams (in a chat room, maybe Keybase ?), work on their projects then present them to a jury ; winners would take home some prizes.
Projects could be software (bitcoin wallet for instance) or hardware (3D printed guns, let’s say)
Some of the projects that could come out of such a hackathon could be launched into businesses : think about tech centered around encryption or cryptocurrencies. Others would be « illegal » if pursued to their full extent : something like darknet marketplaces for instance, and teams who work on such projects would be encouraged to open source their code, so that it may be useful to more « daring » individuals.
This could happen over a weekend, starting on a friday evening and ending Sunday afternoon.
Now I would love to launch something like this, I have participated in hackathons before, but I’ve never organized one. If some of you are interested in this type of project dm me, I certainly can’t do it myself so any help would be much appreciated.
What do you guys think?
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Growing PSBT support rocks... Cobo Vault now offers Bitcoin Only Firmware, so no vendor supplied software required. (Works with Electrum, Wasabi, Blue Wallet)... No mirco-SD juggling for small transactions either :) ... Multi-Sig coming next firmware update too... Cmon Ledger/Trezor...

Growing PSBT support rocks... Cobo Vault now offers Bitcoin Only Firmware, so no vendor supplied software required. (Works with Electrum, Wasabi, Blue Wallet)... No mirco-SD juggling for small transactions either :) ... Multi-Sig coming next firmware update too... Cmon LedgeTrezor... submitted by Crypto-Guide to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Growing PSBT support rocks... Cobo Vault now offers Bitcoin Only Firmware, so no vendor supplied software required. (Works with Electrum, Wasabi, Blue Wallet)... No mirco-SD juggling for small transactions either :) ... Multi-Sig coming next firmware update too... Cmon Ledger/Trezor...

Growing PSBT support rocks... Cobo Vault now offers Bitcoin Only Firmware, so no vendor supplied software required. (Works with Electrum, Wasabi, Blue Wallet)... No mirco-SD juggling for small transactions either :) ... Multi-Sig coming next firmware update too... Cmon LedgeTrezor... submitted by Crypto-Guide to BitcoinWallet [link] [comments]

Growing PSBT support rocks... Cobo Vault now offers Bitcoin Only Firmware, so no vendor supplied software required. (Works with Electrum, Wasabi, Blue Wallet)... No mirco-SD juggling for small transactions either :) ... Multi-Sig coming next firmware update too... Cmon Ledger/Trezor...

Growing PSBT support rocks... Cobo Vault now offers Bitcoin Only Firmware, so no vendor supplied software required. (Works with Electrum, Wasabi, Blue Wallet)... No mirco-SD juggling for small transactions either :) ... Multi-Sig coming next firmware update too... Cmon LedgeTrezor... submitted by Crypto-Guide to Cobo [link] [comments]

What is the best bitcoin wallet for software?

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05-19 18:15 - 'To elaborate, with your full node wallet, you get to choose what size block chain you support. You can choose to run the full node software that follows the 1mb (BTC) chain, or the full node software that follows the 32m...' by /u/buttonstraddle removed from /r/Bitcoin within 80-90min

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To elaborate, with your full node wallet, you get to choose what size block chain you support. You can choose to run the full node software that follows the 1mb (BTC) chain, or the full node software that follows the 32mb (BCH) chain, or the full node software that follows the 128mb (BSV) chain, or you can start your own chain at whatever blocksize you want and start mining it yourself.
The point is, by using your own software, you vote with your intentions. If I refuse to accept coins from the 32mb rulechain, then that's my preference. Just the same as if I refuse to accept MS Office documents, and only plain .txt files, then I am voting for my preference. "Sorry my text editor can't read your .docx file" is the same as "Sorry my node isn't showing your txn". Its not what some web block explorer says. Its not whether some Google docs website can read your MS Office document. Its what your software can recognize, because you only trust the software that you choose to run.
If enough people are like me, and want and choose the same thing, then a community/network starts to emerge. That's how this thing works. No one in control; each individual choosing. Developers are irrelevant if no one is going to choose to run that software. Yes, that means you need to have a technical understanding of the tradeoffs of both sides, so that you can make a conscious choice. You want to disrupt central banks, then you have the responsibility of educating yourself.
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Choosing a Crypto Wallet... Looking at the Bitcoin building blocks of a wallet (Keys, Wallet Interface, Nodes and Consensus network) Understanding the differences, strengths, weaknesses and trade-offs. (Comparing Exchange, Software, Hardware, Full Node)

Choosing a Crypto Wallet... Looking at the Bitcoin building blocks of a wallet (Keys, Wallet Interface, Nodes and Consensus network) Understanding the differences, strengths, weaknesses and trade-offs. (Comparing Exchange, Software, Hardware, Full Node) submitted by Crypto-Guide to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Choosing a Crypto Wallet... Looking at the Bitcoin building blocks of a wallet (Keys, Wallet Interface, Nodes and Consensus network) Understanding the differences, strengths, weaknesses and trade-offs. (Comparing Exchange, Software, Hardware, Full Node)

Choosing a Crypto Wallet... Looking at the Bitcoin building blocks of a wallet (Keys, Wallet Interface, Nodes and Consensus network) Understanding the differences, strengths, weaknesses and trade-offs. (Comparing Exchange, Software, Hardware, Full Node) submitted by Crypto-Guide to BitcoinCA [link] [comments]

Choosing a Crypto Wallet... Looking at the Bitcoin building blocks of a wallet (Keys, Wallet Interface, Nodes and Consensus network) Understanding the differences, strengths, weaknesses and trade-offs. (Comparing Exchange, Software, Hardware, Full Node)

Choosing a Crypto Wallet... Looking at the Bitcoin building blocks of a wallet (Keys, Wallet Interface, Nodes and Consensus network) Understanding the differences, strengths, weaknesses and trade-offs. (Comparing Exchange, Software, Hardware, Full Node) submitted by Crypto-Guide to BitcoinWallet [link] [comments]

Choosing a Crypto Wallet... Looking at the Bitcoin building blocks of a wallet (Keys, Wallet Interface, Nodes and Consensus network) Understanding the differences, strengths, weaknesses and trade-offs. (Comparing Exchange, Software, Hardware, Full Node)

Choosing a Crypto Wallet... Looking at the Bitcoin building blocks of a wallet (Keys, Wallet Interface, Nodes and Consensus network) Understanding the differences, strengths, weaknesses and trade-offs. (Comparing Exchange, Software, Hardware, Full Node) submitted by Crypto-Guide to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

What's the most secure software to generate a bitcoin paper wallet?

I want to try and play a little bit with the paper wallets and I'd like to generate my own, but I feel like doing it on the Internet is kinda risky. Do you guys know any open source software to do it?
Thanks!
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Bitcoin full node supported wallets software by ledger?

Hi community, can you explain briefly to me:
1) Which safe to use full node wallet apps exist for bitcoin, can you list some? I am only aware of bitcoin core.
2) Can you use a Ledger device with a full node wallet, with which full node wallets is ledger compatible, is there a full list?
3) Non full node wallets like the "Ledger Live" app use their own servers for transaction verification. What is the case if you use a full node wallet? On whose servers are you relying on when making transactions?
4) I have read about people using ledger+electrum+electrum server to run a full node. Is it mandatory to have an own server when using a full node wallet?
5) If there is no need for an own server: What pros/cons are there in terms of wallet security, using own electrum server vs. not having own server?
Thanks
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Remember folks, your Bitcoin isn't stored in your hardware/software wallet like a USB stick, but on the blockchain... The same private keys can be used across multiple devices at the same time... TL:DR - Vendor lock-in isn't a thing with decent wallets + keep your seed offline and secure

Remember folks, your Bitcoin isn't stored in your hardware/software wallet like a USB stick, but on the blockchain... The same private keys can be used across multiple devices at the same time... TL:DR - Vendor lock-in isn't a thing with decent wallets + keep your seed offline and secure submitted by Crypto-Guide to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Write a piece of software that will transform cheap usb sticks into bitcoin wallets, so we can combine them together into multisigs and have them stored into different locations for extra security.

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Bitcoin full node supported wallets software by ledger?

Ledger team, can you tell me pls,
1) Which secure full node wallet providers exist for bitcoin, maybe 2 or 3 options? I am only aware of bitcoin core.
2) Can you use a Ledger device with a full node wallet (by wallet i mean a software like bitcoin core), with which ones is the ledger device compatible, is there a full list? (or link me to a user friendly guide)?
3) Non full node wallets like Ledger Live use their own servers for transaction verification. What is the case if you use a full node wallet? On whose servers are you relying on when making transactions?
4) Issue of wallet recovery from a ledger device: I know that ledger provides you with a 24word mnemonic. But what about the raw private key string? How can you also as a second recovery method use the private key, where can you see it to back it up?
5) Is ledger nano (for recovery) fully compatible with this recovery mechanism available on github: https://github.com/iancoleman/bip39 ? And which of the different bip (derivation path) must we select for successful recovery? bip32/44/49?
6) What is the next step after we selected the right bip, what do you do with all the different "derived addresses" that are output? which of those listed private keys must you select, the one at the top?
Thanks
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My comments and suggestions and bugs with Nano S firmware 1.3.1

1) When entering a recovery seed, is it easy to mistake the i/I for an l/L. The letter "i" when capitalized should look like an "I" instead of "|", a serif font instead of a sans font.
2) As mentioned by another reddit user, auto shuffle only shuffles first four digits of pin, not all 8
3) It was stated that both PIN counters are independent, I don't believe this to be true from my testing. It appears that a successful second PIN will reset both counters. I'm assuming this was intended to prevent device reset, but should be documented, as I was intending to use an attached 2nd PIN with a random passphrase as my duress pin, while keeping the orginal pin one a secret. This would allow the attacker to brute force PIN 1 knowing PIN2.
4) If setting PIN2 to the same as PIN1, a error is displayed "SECRET PIN ALREADY IN USE", however in reverse, changing PIN1 to that of PIN2, won't display a message, perhaps this behavior is intended but a user won't know the end result of such action (I assume is overwriting or wiping out the attached second pin)
5) Set PIN1 to 5555, set PIN2 to 5556. Go to the settting Change PIN1. 1) choose the new pin code 5555, 2) confirm the new pin code 5555, 3) use the old pin of 5556 (PIN2) for the final screen, continue and the screen with get stuck on "Processing..."
6) Feature request: A setting for requiring a pin to send, this allows auto lock to be off and to use as a watch only wallet exposing only the public key, optionally this pin can be a custom string/pin. This mimics the functionally of software bitcoin wallets which open without a password but private keys are encrypted and a password is required to send.
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Can I send Bitcoins straight from Binance to my local Bitcoin wallet(the core Bitcoin software)?

Are they compatibile? some people say it's, some say otherwise. I'm not sure the correct answer. If they are, are there any extra fees? if they aren't, how can I workaround that?

edit: By using BEP2 network I mean. I missed that in the title.
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Are there any software wallets where i can actually OWN MY own bitcoin?

I know there are hardware wallets like ledger and nano etc... But most of my families crypto is on software and im trying to get them to switch to to a ledger but they dont want to so im trying to find a software wallet with their own private key and perferably one that doesent need kyc since some of them are underage thank you. Also it has to be an app for your phone or pc
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Wallet

Cryptocurrency Wallet
What is the cryptocurrency wallet? Just like your money wallet (You can store your money in the Pocket wallet) just like this, cryptocurrency wallet is the Devices or things that will store your cryptocurrency money in this things. If you want to store your physical money then you need to have a physical wallet but for the internet of money (Cryptocurrency) you need a wallet but not a physical wallet. There are different kind of wallet can be found, the major are given below: Computer software wallet Mobile software wallet Paper wallet Hardware wallet
Computer software wallet: Usually, computer software wallet is the wallet that can be installed on computer and then you can store your currency in these wallets. But there is risk to hack your computer that’s why this is also risk if you lose your computer, if hacker access your computer, hacker can transfer your fund to their wallet. You can download a computer wallet for your operating system from the official website of the cryptocurrency.
![Screen Shot 2018-04-15 at 3.37.22 am.png](https://steemitimages.com/DQmTcYzcZ8x6hXbutDnBq6qZEdhG7x5jWL42tSsYZ6fzgDt/Screen%20Shot%202018-04-15%20at%203.37.22%20am.png) Picture: Computer Software wallet download page on Bitcoin.com
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Mobile Software wallet: This is the same like computer software wallet but you also can store you cryptocurrency on mobile operating system such as android and IOS but risk are also same if hacker access in your wallet then hacker can transfer your all fund to their wallet. Some of the mobile cryptocurrency wallet are given below: Bread Coinbase Copya Freewallet Many more ![IMG_9567.PNG](https://steemitimages.com/DQmeDp18EXZ9xsY8BK9BJacp25nwRpEGu59CnrtmvgRcSPC/IMG_9567.PNG) Picture: Example of Mobile Cryptocurrency Wallet on IOS devices (Breadwallet)
Paper Wallet This is also another option to store your cryptocurrency but this is not popular as other so, in this paper wallet will be skipped but just let you know that this is the another option.
Hardware Wallet This is the best wallet till now, because of if you want to transfer your fund to someone you need to access your hardware wallet, that why, even if hacker hack your computer, hacker can’t transfer your fund without this wallet. So, this is the really good and for security as well protected wallet. In market there are two types of hardware wallet can found they are given below: Ledger wallet Trezor Hardware Wallet
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Getting started with Bitcoin Cash is super easy. The first step is to download a wallet so that you can begin participating in the Bitcoin economy. Most wallets are free to download and are easy to use that have a few key features such as sending, receiving, storing funds securely, transaction lookups, and more. A cryptocurrency wallet refers to a tool created to store, manage and transfer crypto token funds. Which style of crypto wallet serves you best? Cryptocurrency wallet explained Firstly, the best crypto wallet has very little in common with wallets, in the traditional sense: no assets are kept directly inside the Bitcoin (BTC) wallet,... Bitcoin.org is a community funded project, donations are appreciated and used to improve the website. Without legacy address support, you may not be able to receive bitcoin from older wallets or exchanges. This means any developer in the world can audit the code and make sure the final software isn't hiding any secrets. Most wallets have the ability to send and receive with legacy bitcoin addresses. Legacy addresses start with 1 or 3 (as opposed to starting with bc1). Without legacy address support, you may not be able to receive bitcoin from older wallets or exchanges. The Best Bitcoin Wallets of 2020 John Divine 6/23/2020. Coronavirus updates: 3 new states added to NY's travel advisory. Software wallets: Apps that you download to your mobile device or desktop.

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