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the new bitcoin.com wallet is..'quite different compare to last time i used'

any good open source bch wallet for android left...
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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 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 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 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]

Pull Transactions with Multisig

Due to the lack of a central authority, you cannot "charge" someone else for Bitcoin. This can especially be a problem for big in store merchants accepting bitcoin as payers have to scan the merchant's address QR code, enter the displayed amount, and press send on their wallets. This creates hassle for users of Bitcoin wallets compared to fiat payment apps such as apple pay or google wallet.
My solution to this is the use of 2 of 3 multisig addresses, with 2 keys kept on the user's device and 1 key kept on a payment provider server for each address with funds. This creates a "spending" wallet that users load funds to prior to use. This configuration of keys guarantee that the funds cannot be taken by the payment provider without the user's authorization at any time. In addition, funds can be transferred to and from the spending wallet freely by the user without the agreement of the payment provider. This feature preserves the censor free characteristic of bitcoin.
When the user creates a payment wallet on device, two public keys generated on the server is coupled with a public key belonging to the payment service, creating a multisig address for users to load funds into. The address would be kept on the server as well.
In a payment, the merchant terminal initiates the payment via an api call to the payment provider server with information including merchant credentials, payment address, and charged amount. During this step, the server validates the credentials of the merchant and creates an incomplete record on payment provider server. The merchant can then scan the payment barcode of the payer (similar to Alipay's model) or read payer information by NFC. The information passed from the payer includes the multisig addresses, the public keys behind the multisig addresses as well as change multisig addresses. The merchant terminal then contacts the server with such information and the server pushes incomplete transaction data for the user device to sign internally. The user review transaction details and confirms the transaction, broadcasting it. No private keys will ever be given to any other party in this model.
In conclusion, I think these functionalities will greatly improve convenience of using Bitcoin for purchases and promote adoption while keeping the principle of Bitcoin intact. You are welcome to give suggestions in the comment below. Thanks!
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We compared 7 different Bitcoin hardware wallets so you don't have to.

We compared 7 different Bitcoin hardware wallets so you don't have to. submitted by Bull127 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

nopara73, creator of Wasabi Wallet: "Compared to privacy coins Wasabi is just a temporary hack. I think without Confidential Transactions, as the transaction fees grow, privacy will be priced out of Bitcoin's main chain."

nopara73, creator of Wasabi Wallet: submitted by geonic_ to Monero [link] [comments]

Why is it not as easy to set up a wallet for Monero (XMR) on my ledger compared to Bitcoin Cash which was very simple to do.

I've recently started holding bitcoin cash and it was so simple, today I decided I'd like to hold Monero as well but its not as simple to set up.
Will it ever be easier to set up a wallet for Monero on my ledger?
Is there any plans to simplify this, so that I can just install the app and add an account.. i would much appreciate it
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BCH idea: Comparing the carbon footprint between BCH and BTC payments within the Bitcoin.Com wallet

BCH idea: Comparing the carbon footprint between BCH and BTC payments within the Bitcoin.Com wallet submitted by Egon_1 to btc [link] [comments]

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The joke continues bitcoin.com wallet this time video evidence.. part Il ..you can clearly see how it manipulated the fees you can’t transact even with super economy and with normal fees its now up to 5$ from yesterday’s 3$ . You can see my yesterdays post to compare same amount lol

The joke continues bitcoin.com wallet this time video evidence.. part Il ..you can clearly see how it manipulated the fees you can’t transact even with super economy and with normal fees its now up to 5$ from yesterday’s 3$ . You can see my yesterdays post to compare same amount lol submitted by Cryptoguruboss to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

#crypto #cryptonews #bitcoin @nocroom #Easy way to compare the wallets supporting BIP70 and/or SLP tokens on bestbchwallet.com :

#crypto #cryptonews #bitcoin @nocroom #Easy way to compare the wallets supporting BIP70 and/or SLP tokens on bestbchwallet.com : submitted by PooPoster1 to Cryptoandme [link] [comments]

I am new to the Crypto world and just bought my first bit of Bitcoin. Since I don't know much about how to keep my coins safe myself, am I better off keeping them in Coinbase (as compared to moving them to a paper wallet or some other wallet)?

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Am I the only one who finds DASH graphical design and UI bad compared to the design of various bitcoin websites, wallets etc?

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Top 22 Best Bitcoin Wallets Comparison 2019 | Updated BTC Wallets Compared

Top 22 Best Bitcoin Wallets Comparison 2019 | Updated BTC Wallets Compared submitted by perky_coder to coinswitch [link] [comments]

Top 22 Best Bitcoin Wallets Comparison 2019 [BTC Wallets Compared]

Top 22 Best Bitcoin Wallets Comparison 2019 [BTC Wallets Compared] submitted by cs_moderator to BitcoinCA [link] [comments]

Bitcoin.com wallet has surpassed 3m downloads, congrats! The wallet works fine, however I think you should give the UI an upgrade. The design is far from great compared to other wallet providers. Time for a makeover, stay on top of the game no hating. I like the wallet. /r/btc

Bitcoin.com wallet has surpassed 3m downloads, congrats! The wallet works fine, however I think you should give the UI an upgrade. The design is far from great compared to other wallet providers. Time for a makeover, stay on top of the game no hating. I like the wallet. /btc submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin.com wallet has surpassed 3m downloads, congrats! The wallet works fine, however I think you should give the UI an upgrade. The design is far from great compared to other wallet providers. Time for a makeover, stay on top of the game no hating. I like the wallet. /r/btc

Bitcoin.com wallet has surpassed 3m downloads, congrats! The wallet works fine, however I think you should give the UI an upgrade. The design is far from great compared to other wallet providers. Time for a makeover, stay on top of the game no hating. I like the wallet. /btc submitted by cryptoallbot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

Hey Wallets: lower the fees you're paying on transactions. The bitcoin price has rose a lot and fees are even higher than they should be compared to the size of the transaction backlog.

Thank you
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01-12 12:33 - '[quote] ​ / You should never download Samourai Wallet from non-official/shady webpages. They provide the SHA-256 key of the official APK so you can compare that with the APK which you have downloaded before install...' by /u/yilmzfurkan removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-5min

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I downloaded the latest of [Samourai Wallet]1 (not from Play Store, but from an online APK I found, as I do not have Play Store installed on my phone).

You should never download Samourai Wallet from non-official/shady webpages. They provide the SHA-256 key of the official APK so you can compare that with the APK which you have downloaded before installing it. ([[link]14 )

Two or three days ago, [they removed some privacy features from the wallet]3 because of stupid and irritating Google policies that everyone here hates. They said they were moving to F-Droid soon with the full-featured app. That was nice, but am I wrong or they could have done this before they were forced to trim the app? Devs already know Google was applying these pathetic policies, they just tried to apply for an exception — as stated on their blog post.

AFAIK Samourai Wallet added to Play Store ~2016. Google didn't had that policy back then it came out recently ([[link]15 ) If you know how F-Droid works its really slow to update apps since they build it their own and there are lots of apps to be build in general I am also a huge F-Droid fan don't forget to donate/contribute to F-Droid they are doing an awesome work. Samourai Wallet is still in Alpha and it needs to be updated regularly and be shared fast so Google Play is a decent way to do it also it helps to see statics (default by Google if you have Google Services installed on your phone Samourai don't include any trackers, their Exodus Privacy Report here: [[link]16 ) and improve the app fixing bugs etc. are easier since the feedback mechanism which Google Play has. Also a little but non-important thing is Samourai back-end is currently not open-sourced they are working on that if they would add it to F-Droid now they would probably marked as promoting non-free network not so important but a little note. (I don't mean here that their back-end open sourcing is not important the notice mark on F-Droid is not important. Please don't try to draw the subject here.) They will be added to F-Droid really soon once they hit stable and completely open sourced their back-end.

Another thing I found is people (users) openly contradicting the privacy statements made by Samourai — [this particular one]6 being the most “extreme”, as it comes from what it seems to be an eminence here. I know Bitcoin is not oriented towards privacy and that privacy is very difficult to implement, but this made me think: why, for example, cannot I connect to a trusted node without having to run a full node myself, specially configure it and use a VPN to connect to it? Why there seems to be an interest in promoting transaction casting through Samourai servers? Also, what are Ricochet, STONEWALL and PayNym? I suppose they are their implementation of different Bitcoin Improvement Proposals, but can they be trusted? Some users in this sub say there’s something shady with this app.

They stated that clearly and that's why they are still on Alpha. They have explained to these numerous times ([[link]17 ) Also that's really hard to be a light wallet as you stated that the safest way is running your own node to maximize your privacy. As I told this is why they are still in Alpha once they release their back-end you can run their implementation on your full node and fully bypass their infrastructure. They are also working on a plug&play node ([[link]18 ) For their Ricochet, Stonewall and Paynym features you can have a look at their webpages. ([[link]19 , [[link]20 , [[link]21 ) They are all open-sourced features and processed on the client, not on their servers.

Then, there is [this serious claim]12 from a user saying that Samourai Wallet lost some of his bitcoins. I won’t get into details, but it was kind of scary to me since other users told him they were in the same situation.

Welcome to the Bitcoin world while financial sovereignty is something awesome it comes with huge responsibility don't going to list here examples which people lost a ton of bitcoins from paper wallets, other wallets, mistakes etc. I remember that guy as you can see in the comments Samourai team tried to help him also I and my friends tried to help him lots of hours (the chat history is available on Telegram group if someone wants to see it feel free to join and read it its pretty long btw) I invited him to the group ([[link]22 ) and he was a pretty good guy he didn't accused Samourai but just wanted help. The Github repository is there you can search the code/commit history and see that there is nothing wrong in private key generation the problem isn't on the Samourai side.

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