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Bitcoin Security: Securing your wallet and alerting you to threats.

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Is there an optimal method to secure a bitcoin wallet?

I want to know the most reliable way to secure a bitcoin wallet. I want the best instructions to do this. How can this be devised? I ask because its a question that is likely to be posed by many new adopters.
Could a website be used to list all good methods and then have these rated or voted upon so the absolute best emerge? I can search the web for any number of methods but how can I know which is best?
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Is there an optimal method to secure a bitcoin wallet? /r/btc

Is there an optimal method to secure a bitcoin wallet? /btc submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Accessible Bitcoin wallet for the blind?

Update: Electrum appears to be at least partially accessible, but you need to use a recent version and some controls can only be accessed with object nav.
Hello,
I'm totally blind and interested in getting a secure hardware Bitcoin wallet.
The Electrum GUI isn't accessible to my screen reader, but I can use command-line tools if they work with hardware wallets. The more audio feedback the wallet gives (beeps, etc), the better, and I'd prefer physical buttons over a touchscreen (I'd need to memorize menus/on-screen prompts as presumably the wallet wouldn't speak). I also like the idea of the wallet functioning as a u2f key to protect access to exchanges.
Any suggestions?
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How can I open a safe and secure bitcoin wallet?

Still don't know much about bitcoin. I used Coinbase for awhile, but then started reading about people suspiciously losing money and not getting customer support from the company. I hear people talking about how they have their own bitcoin wallet without the help of a company. How? How can I create one?
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Why Use Bitcoin?

Satoshi Nakamoto originally created Bitocin as an alternative, decentralized payment method. Unlike international bank transfers, it was low-cost and almost instantaneous.
An added advantage for merchants (less so for users) was that it was irreversible, removing the threat of expensive charge-backs. In return, consumers benefit from a wider selection of merchants both domestic and international without worrying about exchange fees. Moreover, the details of their transactions are encrypted which protects their personal data.
The improvement in domestic payment methods and the rapid development of alternative (non-cryptocurrency) forms of international transfers, however, has reduced bitcoin’s advantage in this area, especially given its increasing fees and frequent network bottlenecks.
Furthermore, the increasing oversight and regulation to prevent money laundering and illegal transactions have restricted the cryptocurrency’s use for privacy reasons.
In some parts of the world, bitcoin is still a more efficient and cheaper way to transfer money across borders, and several remittance startups make use of this feature. Last year, Coinbase added cross-border transfers and custody services for high-volume clients in Asia and Europe. A recent partnership between crypto exchange Bitex and Uruguay-based banking service provider Bantotal now facilitates direct bitcoin payments across 60 banks in Latin America.
Bitcoin’s cost and speed advantages, though, are being eroded as traditional channels improve and the network’s fees continue to increase and availability remains a problem in many countries.
Also, a number of large and small retailers accept the cryptocurrency as a form of payment, although reports suggest that demand for this function is not high.
And many individuals feel more comfortable holding a part of their wealth in securely-stored bitcoin wallets, where a central authority cannot block access or take a cut. Since the coronavirus lockdown began in March, we’ve witnessed a surge in demand for bitcoin wallets as users search for alternative self-custody solutions. The pandemic has also seemed to accelerate the widespread adoption of blockchain technology, as more and more businesses, payments companies and e-commerce marketplaces turn to digital currencies, especially stablecoins.
Recently bitcoin seems to have assumed the role of investment asset, as traders, institutional investors and small savers have woken up to the potential gains from price appreciation.
According to some sources, bitcoin is increasingly being used for money laundering. But blockchain analytics startups and crypto tracing firms are rolling out new tools to help exchanges comply with anti-money laundering standards. And anyway, bitcoin is not, as is commonly believed, a good vehicle for money laundering, extorsion or terrorism financing, since it is both traceable and transparent – as a spate of recent arrests can attest.
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How safe and secure is CashApp as a bitcoin wallet? How much would you put in bitcoin vs cash in the bank?

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For those who are using Bitcoin Core or blockchain.com wallets and forget their password, running BTCrecover can be done securely, easily and cheaply on tented GPU power to achieve a 1000x boost in performance vs your CPU.

For those who are using Bitcoin Core or blockchain.com wallets and forget their password, running BTCrecover can be done securely, easily and cheaply on tented GPU power to achieve a 1000x boost in performance vs your CPU. submitted by Crypto-Guide to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

For those who are using Bitcoin Core or blockchain.com wallets and forget their password, running BTCrecover can be done securely, easily and cheaply on tented GPU power to achieve a 1000x boost in performance vs your CPU.

For those who are using Bitcoin Core or blockchain.com wallets and forget their password, running BTCrecover can be done securely, easily and cheaply on tented GPU power to achieve a 1000x boost in performance vs your CPU. submitted by Crypto-Guide to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

For those who are using Bitcoin Core or blockchain.com wallets and forget their password, running BTCrecover can be done securely, easily and cheaply on tented GPU power to achieve a 1000x boost in performance vs your CPU. (x-post from /r/Cryptocurrency)

For those who are using Bitcoin Core or blockchain.com wallets and forget their password, running BTCrecover can be done securely, easily and cheaply on tented GPU power to achieve a 1000x boost in performance vs your CPU. (x-post from /Cryptocurrency) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

How can I open a safe and secure bitcoin wallet? (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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For those who are using Bitcoin Core or blockchain.com wallets and forget their password, running BTCrecover can be done securely, easily and cheaply on tented GPU power to achieve a 1000x boost in performance vs your CPU. (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

For those who are using Bitcoin Core or blockchain.com wallets and forget their password, running BTCrecover can be done securely, easily and cheaply on tented GPU power to achieve a 1000x boost in performance vs your CPU. (x-post from /Bitcoin) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

How can I set password for my Bitcoin wallet

Please how can I secure my Bitcoin wallet with password. I'm using Bitcoin wallet as my wallet
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KuCoin, a major cryptocurrency exchange based in Singapore, has confirmed a security breach of its ERC20, Ethereum, and Bitcoin hot wallets, with hackers reportedly stealing more than $150 million worth of crypto and transferred funds to an unknown wallet.

KuCoin, a major cryptocurrency exchange based in Singapore, has confirmed a security breach of its ERC20, Ethereum, and Bitcoin hot wallets, with hackers reportedly stealing more than $150 million worth of crypto and transferred funds to an unknown wallet. submitted by GSaggin to cybersecurity [link] [comments]

The COBO Vault is a sleek hardware wallet with a beautiful touchscreen and is always airgapped. In this video I unbox it, go over security features, and install the Bitcoin-Only Firmware. Check it out.

The COBO Vault is a sleek hardware wallet with a beautiful touchscreen and is always airgapped. In this video I unbox it, go over security features, and install the Bitcoin-Only Firmware. Check it out. submitted by ChuckyBravo to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

I did a walkthrough/tutorial for the Cobo Vault. TLDW: pretty solid, open source, secure chip, optional bitcoin only firmware, air gapped txs, interoperable with Blue Wallet/Wasabi/Electrum/BTCpay to name a few. Thumbs up.

I did a walkthrough/tutorial for the Cobo Vault. TLDW: pretty solid, open source, secure chip, optional bitcoin only firmware, air gapped txs, interoperable with Blue Wallet/Wasabi/Electrum/BTCpay to name a few. Thumbs up. submitted by benperrin117 to BitcoinCA [link] [comments]

The COBO Vault is a sleek hardware wallet with a beautiful touchscreen and is always airgapped. In this video I unbox it, go over security features, and install the Bitcoin-Only Firmware. Check it out.

The COBO Vault is a sleek hardware wallet with a beautiful touchscreen and is always airgapped. In this video I unbox it, go over security features, and install the Bitcoin-Only Firmware. Check it out. submitted by ChuckyBravo to Cobo [link] [comments]

Market Research for cold storage.

Hello Bitcoiners! What a great week for Bitcoin! Many of us are starting to accumulate some real wealth, and for that reason securing your Bitcoin wallets is now more important than ever.
Recently, my partner and I were discussing the importance of cold storage, and how paper wallets, although convenient, simply are not robust and durable enough to be entrusted with large sums of Bitcoins. We believe your cold storage needs to be both fire proof and water proof for total peace of mind.
As of right now we are developing a rugged disaster proof prototype.
As we work on this prototype, I would love to get some feedback from the Bitcoin community. Is your Bitcoin wealth protected from flood and fire? Is the practice of redundancy important to you? Would a metal etched cold storage wallet be the kind of product you would invest in?
We would like to become THE trusted brand for cold storage, and we need your help!
Hit us with your comments ladies and gents!
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08-31 09:05 - 'Heh before you wrote this I tested it this morning. I've had a hardware wallet for a long time but never moved coin from it. Fucking glad for that extra bit of security' by /u/Raverrevolution removed from /r/Bitcoin within 723-733min

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Can bitcoin be transferred on paper? I've heard of paper wallets, but it sounds like that's mainly a way to keep one's entire wallet secure. Is there a way, for example, to print QR codes that will allow someone to receive a set amount of BTC from your wallet?

Like, if I want to pay with bitcoin at a store but they don't have a way to receive it digitally, could I just have like a little receipt printer connected to a hardware wallet that could print a code to transfer the necessary amount?
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How To Buy Bitcoins From Localbitcoins.com

How To Buy Bitcoins From Localbitcoins.com
How To Buy Bitcoins From Localbitcoins.com

How To Buy Bitcoins From Localbitcoins
LocalBitcoins is one of the trusted bitcoin trading platforms for peer-to-peer marketplaces. LocalBitcoins accepts over 60 different payment methods.
Any individual can buy bitcoin either online or in-person using LocalBitcoins. It seems to be an alternative to major bitcoin exchanges such as Binance and Kraken.

Escrow

LocalBitcoins puts the amount of bitcoin being sold in escrow.This escrow system, prevents your money from losing once you paid and provides your money, the complete security on bitcoins purchase time.
This feature is currently applicable only for the online trades and not allowed for local trades, where you meet someone face-to-face.
Most Trusted Payment methods on LocalBitcoins
Below listed are various modes of payment on Localbitcoins
  • Prepaid debit cards
  • Cashier's checks
  • Credit cards
  • venmo
  • Google Wallet
  • Paypal
  • Moneygram
  • Xoom
  • Wire Transfers
  • Western Union
  • Postal orders etc.,
How To Buy Bitcoin On LocalBitcoins
Here’s step by step procedure stated on how to buy bitcoin using LocalBitcoins, they are

Step 1: Open LocalBitcoins website

Initial step open the local bitcoin website, and make sure once that you opened the original website and not the website launched by scammers with the fake version
Step 2: Create an Account
Go to https://localbitcoins.com/registe
You get a free and secure online bitcoin wallet.
No additional apps are needed
If you already have a LocalBitcoins account, you can skip this step

Step3: Select an advertisement

From the advertisements list choose any one of the traders who have a good reputation score and a high amount of trades.
You can also check this from response time indicator shows, it clearly indicates you the status in different colours.
Green Colour: If a trader replies within five minutes
Yellow Colour: If trader replies within 30 minutes
Grey colour: If the trader replies slower than 30 minutes .
Additionally you can also click the 'Buy' button to view more information about an advertisement.

Step 4: Choose a payment method

Carefully select any one of the payment methods as listed above and press the buy button

Step 5: Pay the seller

Once you press the 'Buy' button you'll see more information about the advertisement, including the terms of the trade.
Read it all carefully before submitting the trade request, if you do not agree to trade with them, then you can go back to the previous page and choose another advertisement.
To start the trade, type in the blue box how much you want to buy, enter a message for the seller and click the Send trade request button to start the trade.
Be sure you're ready to pay when clicking the button, if you don't pay before the payment window is over, the trade will be automatically cancelled.
Step6 : Mark payment complete
If you are done on the payment, then click the I have paid button.
Once the trader has verified that your payment has been received your Bitcoin will be released from escrow and they are instantly available in your LocalBitcoins wallet.
And that's all you can successfully finish your first Bitcoin trade!
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I’ve been storing several different cryptos on applications like Electrum, Exodus and Trust Wallet. I’ve been thinking about going to a device like the Ledger Nano S for more security, but is it really that much more secure than especially Electrum? (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

I’ve been storing several different cryptos on applications like Electrum, Exodus and Trust Wallet. I’ve been thinking about going to a device like the Ledger Nano S for more security, but is it really that much more secure than especially Electrum? (x-post from /Bitcoin) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

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A Snapshot of #Bitball Ecosystem's next product, a #Decentralized #Crypto #Exchange - DEX-Bitball.com Trade #cryptocurrencies securely from your own wallets without any #KYC or #Registrations. #BTB #BTRS #DEX #Blockchain #Bitcoin #BTC #Cryptocurrency #Ethereum #Eth submitted by Bitball to u/Bitball [link] [comments]

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