Sunday, July 9, 2017

Hero of the sandbox

Creating a Bitcoin Bank in Less Than Thirty Minutes With a $2 USB Drive

There are multiple ways people can store bitcoins offline, using either a paper wallet or hardware options from companies like Trezor, Opendime, Ledger, and Keepkey. However, bitcoin users can also create a bitcoin wallet on a far cheaper USB thumb drive as well to store coins offline.
Great, fully functional and holds bearer cash.  

Keep it safe, there is no hardware protection built in so if your wallet is stolen, you have to act quickly.  There should be some software tricks inside the wallet to make reverse engineering difficult, what those are, I dunno but I am reading the latest on masking techniques, as always.

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