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Favorite wallets to use with Jade

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Low-Custodial hybrid hot / cold DCA method guide for HWWs

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WTF

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Bitcoin core trouble

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Bitcoin Core Data Migration to Citaldel or other OS?

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Start9 Question

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Bitcoin workshop heater

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Sonar acquires $2M in funding and soon moves to Arbitrum

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Driving me crazy!! Bitcoin core / Sparrow wallet connectivity issues, cant figure it out!!

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how can i check my funds in electrum if i have my 24 words + passprhase

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How to navigate this upcoming bull run? Please critique my plan.

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Amidst legal dramas, crypto behemoths bet on innovation

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Linux OS/VPN on chrome box

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TelegramOS ($SLURP) Utility Token!

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TelegramOS ($SLURP) utility token

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Chromebook or another device good for DEFI?

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Host your own Payment System with your own Bitcoin & Lightning Node, you can even add your own Nostr Relay in PC or Mac for Free, see video.

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Help with Full Node and Sparrow please!!

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So I got this spam email with someone's bitcoin address lol

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QANplatform Launches the Quantum-Resistant Private Blockchain: The New Era for Web3 OS – | Press release Bitcoin News

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Crypto hot wallets on chrome OS / extension?

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Should I get the Saga (Solana mobile phone)? Is it worth it?

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I keep my bitcoin in electrum on a bootable Tails OS harddrive. Is this safe enough??

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Bridge>add network>add token>add more networks>add more tokens>swap>bridge again>wrap and unwrap is the stupidest shit I ever had to do just to accomplish one simple transaction.

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Why do you think Microsoft, Google, and Apple are not supporting crypto wallet efforts.

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Alpine Racing 3D Reddit collectible avatars -

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Problem with Linux arm version of BitcoinCore

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Every post is about corruption or fraud. I’m adding 1+

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Scam: Email blackmail campaign

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Using Old Laptops and mining rigs to run Full Node and Lightning nodes

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Which mobile phone is best for multiple crypto wallet ?

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PSA running a node CAN be simple.

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Setting up a node in a new OS - Ubuntu

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Android app for watch only wallet using own node?

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Hardware wallets

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GrapheneOS, a privacy preserving mobile OS, just got permanently locked from their PayPal account that they used to receive donations. The alternative solution?

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Blockchain will be the Linux of financial systems if it isn't already

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Feedback from bitcoiners using the new Umbrel Home?

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Full Node - Mini PC recommendation

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Create your own hardware wallet tutorial.

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Somebody getting scammed out of 700K worth of NFTs by a malicious contract is not some flaw in the system that inhibits mass adoption, it's extremely negligent user error by a person who has brazenly ignored all security advice.

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Storage Discussion

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Did I purchase/transfer Monero correctly & efficiently?

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Ledger claiming to be Open Source? "WE ARE OPEN SOURCE AND DEVELOPER-FRIENDLY"

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Bitcoin Stack Advice

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How to Upgrade my bitcoin daemon?

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Atomic Wallet user, status: Not Hacked

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Mac OS Compromised with Atomic Hack

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Mac OS Comprised in Atomic Hack

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How to (instruction) quickly make wallet with right balance of safety and usability

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Ledger CEO Evades Answer About Potential Subpoena Response

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Wake up again - it's 2032...

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Ledger announces they will accelerate opensource road map and delay the release of Ledger recover Service.

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Hate to state the obvious but don’t store your crypto in your daily driver devices if you haven’t got a HW wallet !

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Nothing has changed. Ledger OS has always had access to your keys.

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An extract from Coin Bureau newsletter regarding the Ledger fiasco

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The ultimate security setup, IMO

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Is your smartphone fit for Web 3.0? Tectone OS runs on all mobile devices, Android and IOS, and provides users with a Web 3.0 data layer to manage and share data. Our OS leverages the power of blockchain to provide users with enhanced security features and control over their data.

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How Open-Sourciness Prevents the Ledger Seed Issue

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hardware wallets - here are the facts

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Ledger and hardware wallets - here are the facts

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Ledger and hardware wallets - here are the facts

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How Open-Sourciness Prevents the Ledger Seed Issue

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How Open-Sourciness Prevents the Ledger Seed Issue

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Bitcoin Core PSBT error: unable to decode psbt

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Only ever use open source hardware wallets...and always use Linux

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"If you opt-in for the service, as a user, you'll have to enter your PIN and consent to the backup process. Then the OS will encrypt and split the shards to send them to 3 different parties." - Ledger CTO

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Permissions and Wallet Security

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Question regarding safety of my cold storage setup

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This is a beginner friendly interface to send and receive crypto I made. If you like it I will add more currencies and features.

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Help with bitcoin core

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What are you all doing to prepare for another bull run?

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Katheer Project | Decentralised Blockchain Linux based operating system | NFT Marketplace | Wallet | Audited and KYC | Launching on 2nd May

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Katheer Project | Blockchain decentralised Linux-based operating system | Audited and KYC | NFTs Marketplace | Wallet | Launching on 2nd May

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Katheer Project | Blockchain decentralised Linux-based operating system | Audited and KYC | NFT Marketplace | Wallet | Launching on 2nd May

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How to Stay Secure from the Perspective of a Cyber Security Professional

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Please help. Trying to verify signatures for recent bitcoin core download on linux

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Can I run Bitcoin core on OS 10.9.5?

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Config settings for node & BTC RPC Explorer on a Mac?

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Crypto is hella strsssful. Everyday I wake up not knowing if my wallet will be empty. Whenever Metamask takes too long to show my balance I freak out. Even as someone in IT

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Bitcoin node on off

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An update on the crypto hack currently taking place

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Serious Apple OS Vulnerability Could Jeopardize Crypto Security

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Linux Mx (Desktop) and Raspberry OS node

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Fricking Wallet Apps

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Stephen Gary Wozniak and Steve Jobs are Satoshi Nakamoto

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Is my cousin getting scammed in some way? (Explanation in post)

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Wow Reddit avatars gen 3 has been a shit show, everyone loses but the artists, Reddit, and bots.

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Why you should be using Linux while moving coins on MM etc, and why it isn't as hard as it seems

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[SATIRE] Steve Jobs, the CIA, Facebook and the real truth behind Bitcoin

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Steve Jobs, the CIA, Facebook and the real truth behind Bitcoin

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Why your hardware wallet wont protect you [SERIOUS]

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Verified: Apple included in each release of MacOS the Bitcoin white paper

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Solutions On Setting Up A Bitcoin Full Node

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Introducing OpenSea Pro

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What is the most secure btc node + miner setup?

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1 in 3 US Crypto Investors was the victim of a hack. Here are some good tips to help you take caution

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Reddit hasn't learned - TLDR Bots are still winning!

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How to protect your crypto accounts tips for device and network security and password management

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What we in crypto can learn from Linus Tech Tip hack

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Windows was not the best OS back then, yet they emerged as the winner. Crypto: much, much more competition.

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Learn how to create and use a Bitcoin wallet. [https://electrum.org/](https://electrum.org/) [https://electrum.readthedocs.io/en/latest/](https://electrum.readthedocs.io/en/latest/) A 'hot' wallet is fine. Learn how to send and receive sats. Then once you are comfortable with that you can create your own cold storage wallet. [https://electrum.readthedocs.io/en/latest/coldstorage.html](https://electrum.readthedocs.io/en/latest/coldstorage.html) For any serious Bitcoin computing it is IMO best to only use Linux OS.

Mentions:#IMO#OS

I third that. Anyone that dm's instantly gets blocked. If it can't be said in public reddit forums, where it can be scrutinized, then I'm not interested. Oh, and seriously consider running TrackerControl and Blokada5 on your devices, if you're not already running a privacy centric OS like GrapheneOS. But as always, dyor first. Don't trust, verify.

Mentions:#OS

use tails OS for free. Open a wallet save the keys. then use the master public key on your desktop. you can send to that wallet at any time and watch it. FOR Free ! save the keys on something that will last hundreds of years

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Bonds are usually issued for years, doesn't seem a good match for Anal OS

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Download Tails OS. Run it from your labtop. It has electrum built in. SAVE YOUR KEYS. boom you have a cold wallet that can go hot anytime. you can use presistance mode and keep the wallet on there. but if you dont save your keys your fucked... always... always save your keys

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Not really. Hot wallet rely on the security of your smartphone/PC OS. Since it is always an internet-connected device, there is always an attack surface of a remote attack. Secondly, your OS is not designed for security, it is designed for utility. The more apps you have, the more updates are required to both OS and apps, the more are the chances of a zero day attack.

Mentions:#PC#OS

Hi-the best wallet for Mac OS/Ios please?

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If you only recently made these changes to the laptop then stop using it. Make a clone of the drive and you can *maybe* do recovery on the drive and there is slim chance those sectors haven't been written over. Otherwise if you were using that laptop after reformatting/installing new OS it then those wallet files are gone.

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You're tech savvy but don't know that installing a new OS would "affect the hard drive at all"? Props for using 'affect' and not 'effect', though.

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As a raspi3 umbrel user, I second the idea of a more powerful device and OS. If I did it all over again I'd get a Start9 enterprise pre build or similar. Rp4 and umbrel combo is too weak and finicky.

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This is what Apple claims: > Your fingerprint data is encrypted, stored on disk, and protected with a key available only to the Secure Enclave. Your fingerprint data is used only by the Secure Enclave to verify that your fingerprint matches the enrolled fingerprint data. It can’t be accessed by the OS on your device or by any applications running on it. It's never stored on Apple servers, it's never backed up to iCloud or anywhere else, and it can't be used to match against other fingerprint databases. https://support.apple.com/en-us/105095 I’m sure if it is ever proven that Apple is lying and uploading the fingerprints (or the hashes), there will be quite the backlash

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I have to learn how to flash a cell phone with a new OS? I don’t think I have an old phone.

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I do it the same way but i have linux installed on usb stick. So its live usb with tail OS linux installed. And seedphrase on a peace of paper

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if you are a operator of a bitcoin mainnet network node, you are almost at the point where 1TB hard drive is not enough to store OS, full blockchain data and electrum server database.

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In general the standard libraries will not do the heavy lifting themselves but will call OS. So then it depends on which OS you use and then OS may rely on which HW you use. So ... it's tricky.

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I'm not the person going ad-hominem. You've already dismissed everything I've presented, so please look elsewhere in the thread where OP has put forth their own case, and linked another resource which documents some examples of ways in which OpenBSD has stayed ahead of Linux in terms of a security-focused OS. It's the same information I've been working from when debating with you, but documented in more detail than I have time or energy to do in a reddit thread. I just want you to see that I'm not a lone crazy as you seem to dismiss me; credible people within our community and the greater IT field do agree with my position, whether you do or not.

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The first jump from exchange to self custody is risky. Read read read, and make sure to understand what you're doing. It's from this step that most Bitcoin are lost (either immediately or down the line). Some people analyze their risk and determine that exchanges are the safest place for them. You don't control the keys, so there's big risk there - but if your life situation means you can't easily maintain safe personal belongings (homeless, deployed, etc.), an exchange may be a good option. Software wallets are just as susceptible to self-loss as cold wallets, but can offer safe cloud storage with proper encryption. It has it's tradeoffs as well, but it may be something to look into in your case. You'd create your wallet on a clean offline machine (people recommend Tails OS running from a flash drive), using a wallet that supports transaction signing like Electrum. You'd put the seed phrase in an encrypted file, using something like VeraCrypt or Cryptomator. The password becomes your weakness, so this needs to be chosen carefully. The wallet can go in the encrypted file, and a watch-only wallet can go on your phone, PC, etc. so that you can still receive Bitcoin to it and monitor your wallet without risk of it being stolen on the online machines. When it's time to send Bitcoin, you'd create an unsigned transaction from your watch-only wallet, spin up your secure system (Tails in this example), and sign the transaction from your wallet (Electrum supports this), then transfer it back to your online machine and broadcast it to the network (from your watch-only wallet). This process replicates what hardware wallets do (secure generation, transaction signing, broadcasting), the difference is how the seed and wallet are stored. The weakness introduced is your encryption password, but with strengths like safely storing your encrypted seed anywhere. In a situation like I'm describing, writing down your seed or storing it plaintext in personal belongings is not a secure option. This setup was the default best in class secure option before hardware wallets became an option. For some people it's still the best option. I use it, as well as many others. Some form of this is the method used by exchanges too for their cold wallets. It's tried and true. If the risks are acceptable, you can try it out.

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You won't even hazard a guess as to what you think the second-hottest OS is? At this point I'm just trying to understand your thinking. You seem to be approaching this as religious dogma rather than a technical question. The BSD's, and OpenBSD in particular, have had credibility among cypherpunks since the very dawn of the movement. It's just silly to dismiss them in this way. Frankly it makes you look ignorant.

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I'm not "the big man on security." I am not a security professional nor do I hold myself out as such. You are reading many things into my comments which I never said. I don't have studies and data to support my thesis because it is plainly obvious to me. It's something I deal with in my daily life. You're the person making a truth claims (Linux is the bestest and most secure OS), so the burden of proof is not on me. You go on and on about other OS's being subverted by corporate interests, when Linux development for the past decades has been largely steered by the likes of IBM and Redhat. I'm going to make one more attempt at a productive conversation. In your mind, which OS is the second-hottest for malware?

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That's weird. When I scan my Windows box, I come up with zero Windows trojans (and lots of harmless Linux malware, so my experience is the inverse of yours). You accused me of going after the messenger, and yet you're the only person in this thread making ad-hominem attacks. You've repeatedly attacked my credibility as a person, rather than engage with the substance of my claims. And now you are literally name-calling. Let's try this from another angle, because I am genuinely curious what your belief is here. If not Linux, then in your opinion, which is the second hottest OS for malware? And are you able to support your opinion with any studies or statistics?

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Just scanned my laptop and found 45 WINDOWS Trojans- this is a regular thing but fortunately they have never affected my Linux system because they target windows. In over 20 years of using Linux I have never had any malware but I nevertheless regularly scan for malware and to date it is mostly Windows targeted malware that does not negatively impact my Linus system. You have not produced any convincing or credible evidence that Linux is seriouysly impacted by malware relative to the corporate sponsored OS because the evidence does not exist. All we have is corporate patsys spouting disingenuous FUD. Linux and Bitcoin share a similar ethos of distrusting established corporate state surveillance data farming rentseekers.

Mentions:#OS#FUD

I admit the study probably has flaws, sure. Your fixation on the OS integrity is a bit misplaced. If your user account handling your Bitcoin operations is breached, practically speaking that is *just as bad* as an OS level compromise. Most Linux malware does not rely on root compromise and only targets user accounts, and this does not make it any less effective. > IE the 'report' is disingenuous FUD and would not be proffered by any genuine participant in a good faith contest of ideas. No, that's a much more extreme statement. Also, not a great look in this community to dismiss criticisms as FUD. > Your credibility is thus shredded. LOL. You are just looking for any excuse whatsoever to dismiss me out of hand, aren't you? This is your own cognitive bias at work. You really, *really* don't want to believe that Linux is probably the second-hottest OS for malware. So you are looking for any reason to say "I don't have to listen to this guy." > Not sure how else to check my laptop for Trojans than using a scan - you the self proclaimed expert might have another way.. Generally if I download malware, it's intentional and I know where I've chosen to store it, so no scans needed. I don't have trojans pop up randomly on my systems because I practice decent data hygiene. > As a Linux system user I have never found any instance of where by data and system has been compromised and the vast majority of malware I have found has been windows trojan which do not compromise my system. "Nothing bad has ever happened to me, therefore people who behave as I do are entirely free from danger." It's not a very convincing statement.

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You are admitting the one and only referenced report you have provided is biased and not applying a scientific approach but rather a skewed and corrupt approach by not reporting how many times an OSs actual integrity is breached but in how many malwares are found lurking but not whether or not they pose a risk to that particular OS. IE the 'report' is disingenuous FUD and would not be proffered by any genuine participant in a good faith contest of ideas. Your credibility is thus shredded. Not sure how else to check my laptop for Trojans than using a scan - you the self proclaimed expert might have another way...or you are again reverting to your customary ad hominem attack default. As a Linux system user I have never found any instance of where by data and system has been compromised and the vast majority of malware I have found has been windows trojan which do not compromise my system.

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You can make unsubstantiated claims of employment experience of Linux but since they are not and cannot be substantiated they are baseless claims in this context. Can you name the malware you have dealt with regarding Linux? Can you provide any credible references showing consumer level Linux OS experience anywhere near the level of malware exposed compared to Windows? The truth is they dont and you cannot provide credible sources claiming otherwise because all you are doing is spouting baseless FUD. I have used Linux as a consumer and never experienced any issue with malware.

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You've misquoted me. I never said "mainly desktop." What I was referring to is the fact that certain forces within the development community, spearheaded by Redhat and Poettering, introduced many breaking changes in a relatively short span of time which were made in order to prioritize desktop computing. The systems family of services is the most visible example of this. Which OS do you think first solved the 2038 problem with 64 bit time_t? Hint: it wasn't Linux. Look. You're speaking with someone who has been using Linux for more than a quarter century, with contributions in multiple distros, and who works a 40 hour/week job where at least half my time is spent dealing with Linux malware. And yet you feel like you can just categorically dismiss my claims and tell me I need to study Linux more. This is amusing to me. Does it not even occur to you that you might be speaking with somebody who has more knowledge and experience on this topic? If "other corporate sponsored surveillance systems" includes Macos and iOS, then I would disagree because I am confident Linux has a more active malware ecosystem than the Apple family of OS's. The actual statistics here might surprise you: https://9to5mac.com/2023/04/27/malware-threat-report-mac-risk-vs-windows-and-linux/ Now if you'll excuse me, I am going to get back to working on taking down Linux malware installations, as I do for about 3/4 of my work week, every week.

Mentions:#OS

I use almost exclusively laptop and linux Ubuntu and Debian and have never experienced any problems plus have installed debian and ubuntu for family and friends and they have also found the OS great and reliable. Never once have I or anyone I know had any issues with malware- not that you do not ideally need to take basic precautions but the presence of malware is MASSIVELY less an issue than with Windows and other corporate sponsored surveillance systems claiming otherwise is complete and baseless BS for which you cannot provide any credible evidence. Linux ethos is consistent with Bitcoin- anyone who understands both systems knows this- the fact you do not know this is something I cannot remedy but only time and increased study on your part might fix.

Mentions:#OS#BS

Specifically, I'm not a fan of the focus on desktop computing, and the fallout that's brought us, speaking particularly about the direction Redhat and Poettering took the OS. I'm not just being an oldster about systemd itself; its companion services and changes required for its dependencies have introduced a lot of annoying things. I shouldn't have to troubleshoot dbus messaging service on a headless server for example. Then there's the fact that the Linux ecosystem is also absolutely chock full of malware, probably second only to Windows in that regard. Linux users tend to have a false sense of security where malware is concerned. My rebuttal to your usual post is that people should run the OS which they are competent and comfortable enough with. There are competent IT professionals in this world who can get a Windows box into the most secure possible state a Windows box can be in, but who have zero experience with Linux and who would make rookie mistakes when trying to secure it. Those people shouldn't be forcing themselves to use Linux.

Mentions:#OS

What is your problem with literally every other OS in the world?

Mentions:#OS

Linux kind of sucks though. It's 100% fine to use OpenBSD, FreeBSD, or whatever reasonably secure OS you're comfortable with.

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Pricey third party HWs are anathema to monetary sovereignty, security and integrity. Learn how to build your own cold storage and avoid such vulnerabilities and dependency as you have fallen into. [https://electrum.readthedocs.io/en/latest/coldstorage.html](https://electrum.readthedocs.io/en/latest/coldstorage.html) Only use Linux OS for any serious bitcoin computing.

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ICP's UX > atomic swaps, if you prefer clunky then stick with clunky. Some people use Linux without a GUI, most want a better UX from their OS. >Why would anyone move from AWS to a blockchain? A single vertical tech stack which covers the gamut from hosting to database to security versus the current meta of a hodge podge array of services you have to Rube Goldberg together which increases vectors of attack every step of the way plus it's cheaper in the long run. Ingress is free on AWS vs the $5/GB/yr for ICP but egress is where AWS make their money with AWS currently costing ~$0.023/GB versus ICP's $0.0002733/GB. The only instances where AWS wins is for bulky long tail data which is never accessed, so the gargantuan amounts of photo or video content generated by users is currently very unsuited to the IC. As for smart contract hacks, you have to understand the vast gulf between how many smart contract hacks (generally coded by relative novices in terms of cybersecurity) there are per year Vs the 300m+ attempted ransomware attacks per year, with entire health services of countries having been crippled by them in the last few years? Incomparable and an ill-considered argument that's very reminiscent of what Jamie Dimon would say about any crypto at all. Might as well pull the plug on the whole industry, centralisation is king because nothing really bad happens with the current tech stack, just several hundred million instances of attempted ransomware attacks and thousands which are successful. Anyway, I doubt facts will ever change your mind so have a lovely day!

You understand the ethos of crypto: Not your wallet not your coins. I have another one: Not your storage, not your data. Why oh why would anyone store personal, private information on someone else's drive??? A lot of people disagree with me on this. I have been a pc user since 1992 win 3.1 for workgroups. I have owned 8 machines with every windows OS except 8. Never would I conceive of using rented storage space with any third party let alone Google, the biggest fascist surveillance whore in the history of civilization. Give it a pretty name "the cloud". The idea of trusting them with wedding pictures, family pictures, tax returns, love letters. You have to be insane. I have 4 external drives, less than $100 each. 10 terabytes total. LaCie and west dig. They work fine. Do yourself a favor. End your sub to google, buy a few drives and maintain them yourself. All precious data is completely within your ownership and control. Put your seed phrase in a few places on these drives and then airgap them - unplug when done using them. No cloud ever. No googel, no aws, no azure or whatever they call windows cloud, no Carbonite. NONE OF THEM. Own your info and don't let anyone else have access to it. You're welcome.

Mentions:#OS#NONE
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Only use Linux OS for any serious BTC computing. Secure cold storage is best achieved without any dependence upon third party HW type gadgets with their inherent vulnerability to loss, theft, hacking, fraud and malfunction. Instead learn how to build your own cold storage- its not difficult AND FAR MORE SECURE LONG TERM. [https://electrum.readthedocs.io/en/latest/coldstorage.html](https://electrum.readthedocs.io/en/latest/coldstorage.html)

I remember the prompt that you are talking about. It is not “optional” because it is not asking you whether you want it or not. They have the same prompt to upgrade their Ledger program for the OS. But this is not “optional” in that you are presented with two options, yes or no. What is happening is that the system needs the user to take specific actions for the upgrade or if it is the program, it needs administrative privileges so it needs user’s consent. That doesn’t mean that it is optional because there is no alternative to install. You can delay granting the consent but it will keep annoying you until you grant such consent. An optional install allows you to upgrade onwards without requiring you to install a functionality. This is not optional, there is no way to upgrade your firmware without installing the hot wallet functionality.

Mentions:#OS
r/BitcoinSee Comment

OK. So I ran this. Thank you for the recommendation. Result: Big 'ol red FAIL. When prompted to save the html report (I'm using the free version) I told it "y", and I understand it puts it in the EFI/Boot partition, but when I reboot the computer into the native OS, it doesn't recognize the drive and tells me I need to format it, so I don't know how to actually find that html file? Maybe it only saves it for the paid version? Luckily, I took a picture of the final test result (see below). I understand it failed more than half the tests, but does this tell me that the error is the RAM? Or could it also be the CPU? I don't understand what any of the data below "# Tests Passed" actually means. For example, the manual describes: CPUs that detected memory errors, as "List of CPU cores that detected memory errors". But that doesn't really clarify what "(0,2)" means. Does that mean that neither of my CPU's 2 cores have any memory errors and the issues are isolated to RAM? Appreciate any help! CPUs Active 2 CPU Temperature (Min/Max/Ave) 47C/70C/61C RAM Temperature (Min/Max/Ave) -/-/- # Tests Completed 48/48 (100%) # Tests Passed 25/48 (52%) Lowest Error Address 0x19182DA98 (6424MB) Highest Error Address 0x19182DA98 (6424MB) Bits in Error Mask 0000000010000000 Max Contiguous Errors 1 CPUs that detected memory errors (0,2)

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Get a Linux OS laptop or desktop. Load Electrum wallet. Learn how to create cold storage. Do not rely upon expensive proprietary third party HWs - they are inherently flawed in many ways. Learning how to create and operate your own cold storage is all you need and costs little or nothing to do.

Mentions:#OS
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In my more than 25 years of experience in IT working with end users I can tell you that any current distro of Linux is not an OS for the ordinary people … unless you consider OSX, iOS or Android a Linux distro …

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Running Linux is extremely easy- I have set up multiple friends and family with it and they all love it- that you think it is difficult shows how little you know and probably how little you are aware of the massive flaws and vulnerabilities in the other OS's. Ask Ed Snowden if you are still unsure.

Mentions:#OS
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Not a tech guy. Proceeds to suggest running Linus OS. 🙄

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Get a Linux OS on laptop or desktop. This eliminates most risks. Use Electrum wallet. It comes with ability to cold store- free. Only use Linux for any serious Bitcoin computing. Its not difficult.

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BTC and ETH are, of course, the obvious winners, but I am a huge fan of the modularity narrative, so I can’t overlook Cartesi. As an app-specific rollup, your app gets its own virtual machine, so it won't compete for blockspace with other DApps but still has the same security as the base layer you choose. Cartesi's VM can run a full Linux OS, so developers aren’t stuck with one programming language like on other blockchains—they can use any mainstream language, tools, and libraries to build DApps.

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Electrum works really well for this. Try to use a old camera that isnt connected to the internet for copying your QR pub keys Look into Down Loading Tails OS to a thumb drive. It has Electrum preloaded and will be beneficial.

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If you are paranoic, get Raspberry zero (without WIFI/BT module). Check signatures and install Raspberry Pi OS and NEVER connect it to Interner or home network. Download Ian Coleman tool (https://github.com/iancoleman/bip39). Throw a physical dice to obtain entropy and enter it into Tool. Engrave obtained seed phrase. Copy public addresses to Excel and use them to receive funds. But for spending, you will have to trust something, either hardware wallet or Electrum in cold mode...

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> Modify it to add complexity: "MyDogBrunoBrunoBornIn2010!" This adds no meaningful complexity or security. Any password cracking software would crack that basically exactly as quickly as the original phrase you modified. This is bad advice. > Security Let's compare this to best practice security for wallets: hardware wallets. With a hardware wallet, your seed is stored inside and is only exposed elsewhere as a (hopefully) securely stored plaintext seed. This means that in order for your funds to be stolen, someone either has to: A. Steal your physical seed, B. Steal your hardware wallet and your pin, or C. Steal your hardware wallet, buy fancy expensive hardware wallet cracking tools, and use it expertly to extract the seed. By contrast, your tool potentially exposes the seed to whatever machine is running easySeed. You need to trust that easySeed and github/microsoft aren't compromised, as well as the machine and OS you're running easySeed on. In order to actually make this reasonably secure, you need to know how to and successfully execute a process to airgap the given machine, which makes it useless in the future for most things computers do (which usually involve networks). This is a time consuming and error prone process. Because of this, I would say that the security of this method is funcitonally quite a bit worse than using a hardware wallet. > Privacy Again, comparing to hardware wallets, this doesn't give better privacy. Any normal self-custody wallet has literally no trackable digital footprint at all. > What better place than your own mind The most common way for bitcoin to be lost is not theft, its forgetting passwords or losing your seed. Human brains are not good at storing exact rote information like this and you have to be reasonably disciplined in order to do it. A brain wallet is good for very niche use cases - like traveling across certain international borders, or being a refugee, or living in a place where thugs come around and steal people's shit all the time. For most people, a hardware wallet is vastly superior.

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I have some Tails OS USB sticks with encrypted persistant storage with my passkeys. Without my password, the persistant storage will not open.

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I would argue that bitcoin isn't doing the job. Volatility and high fees, slow tech. Other blockchains do much better in Terms of speed and transactioncost, price stability is provided by stablecoins. Question is if they should create and own stable value or peg to an existing Currency. :) it's like in the 90's with all the different OS, in the end only windows, Apple & Linux survived as big players.

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No bud. Just no. Below are the Network & Hardware reqs for a rpc node. Source: https://docs.solanalabs.com/de/operations/requirements Networking: Internet service should be at least 1GBbit/s symmetric, commercial. 10GBit/s preferred. Hardware Recommendations The hardware recommendations below are provided as a guide. Operators are encouraged to do their own performance testing. CPU 12 cores / 24 threads, or more 2.8GHz base clock speed, or faster SHA extensions instruction support AMD Gen 3 or newer Intel Ice Lake or newer AVX2 instruction support (to use official release binaries, self-compile otherwise) Support for AVX512f is helpful RAM 256GB or more Error Correction Code (ECC) memory is suggested Motherboard with 512GB capacity suggested Disk PCIe Gen3 x4 NVME SSD, or better Accounts: 500GB, or larger. High TBW (Total Bytes Written) Ledger: 1TB or larger. High TBW suggested OS: (Optional) 500GB, or larger. SATA OK The OS may be installed on the ledger disk, though testing has shown better performance with the ledger on its own disk Accounts and ledger can be stored on the same disk, however due to high IOPS, this is not recommended The Samsung 970 and 980 Pro series SSDs are popular with the validator community GPUs Not necessary at this time Operators in the validator community do no use GPUs currently RPC Node Recommendations The hardware recommendations above should be considered bare minimums if the validator is intended to be employed as an RPC node. To provide full functionality and improved reliability, the following adjustments should be made. CPU 16 cores / 32 threads, or more RAM 512 GB or more if account-index is used Disk Consider a larger ledger disk if longer transaction history is required Accounts and ledger should not be stored on the same disk

Source: https://docs.solanalabs.com/de/operations/requirements Hardware Recommendations The hardware recommendations below are provided as a guide. Operators are encouraged to do their own performance testing. CPU 12 cores / 24 threads, or more 2.8GHz base clock speed, or faster SHA extensions instruction support AMD Gen 3 or newer Intel Ice Lake or newer AVX2 instruction support (to use official release binaries, self-compile otherwise) Support for AVX512f is helpful RAM 256GB or more Error Correction Code (ECC) memory is suggested Motherboard with 512GB capacity suggested Disk PCIe Gen3 x4 NVME SSD, or better Accounts: 500GB, or larger. High TBW (Total Bytes Written) Ledger: 1TB or larger. High TBW suggested OS: (Optional) 500GB, or larger. SATA OK The OS may be installed on the ledger disk, though testing has shown better performance with the ledger on its own disk Accounts and ledger can be stored on the same disk, however due to high IOPS, this is not recommended The Samsung 970 and 980 Pro series SSDs are popular with the validator community GPUs Not necessary at this time Operators in the validator community do no use GPUs currently RPC Node Recommendations The hardware recommendations above should be considered bare minimums if the validator is intended to be employed as an RPC node. To provide full functionality and improved reliability, the following adjustments should be made. CPU 16 cores / 32 threads, or more RAM 512 GB or more if account-index is used Disk Consider a larger ledger disk if longer transaction history is required Accounts and ledger should not be stored on the same disk

You could safely store it in Keepass or Veracrypt file. Done on offline live linux OS. But, as said, then you have to store Keepass password, which has to be equally strong as seed phrase. And you have done - nothing. Just engrave it into INOX plate and store in safe location. or better - engrave as shamir secret and store in multiple locations.

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Upgrade to Linux OS, update Bitcoin Core to 27. No you are not helping stability of the network with old node, likely unreachable externally.

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Do not bother with hardware wallets. They are a false sense of security at best. you need a dedicated offline linux machine if you want real cold storage. No hardware wallet can overcome the security flaws in a closed source OS. That said, probably noone is going to attack you for 4k; you could put that on your phone and be fine. But if you put a single sat on a windows machine, expect to lose it - even with a hardware wallet.

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>Innovation doesn't need to be driven. People like have like ideas man For individuals you are correct, innovation does not need to be driven, it's from inside. But individuals do not drive innovation. Businesses do. Businesses are what makes innovation successful when looking at the big picture and not individual small success stories. Businesses main drive is money, patents are what enables businesses to get money from innovation. >Core to capitalism Here is the definition of capitalism >Capitalism is an economic system characterized by private or corporate ownership of capital goods, by investments that are determined by private decision, and by prices, production, and the distribution of goods that are determined mainly by competition in a free market. The essential feature of capitalism is the motive to make a profit. Notice the essential feature is to make money. Creating the next big thing is one of the best ways to make money. Apple did it with the iPhone, the revolutionalized the smart phone market and made tons of money. Patents are important so that businesses can turn there RnD into a product to make a profit, which again is the very core of capitalism. >I don't want an iPhone. I want a jPhone, kPhone, and mPhone competing for market share. The consumer comes out ahead that way and gets the most product for the least money. You have various different types of android devices, those are you jPhone, kPhone, mPhone. Apple should be in no way required to allow other hardware manufacturers use their own OS for their phones. They have every right to make it exclusive to iPhones. That's not a monopoly though, because the smart phone mark has all sorts of android devices as well. >Patents are an idea. You can own a product. You can't own the idea of that product of that product is built. You can own a book. You can't own the specific combination of words in some language in some order in that book So you think all IP should just be given out for free, meaning movies have no copyright, songs are not owned by the musicians. People have no rights to their creations....is that really your stance.....say you write a book, but since you can't own an ordering of words, I can copy your book and say this is my creation...is that your honest to goodness stance of what would be proper.... I'll give you a hint, you very well can own an ordering of words that results in story, writers have rights to their stories. You are just rambling nonsense, bullshit propaganda like I mentioned before.

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Never. ETH curently has some advantages over BTC but they are all going to fade away with BTC L2 solutions like upcoming Sovryn's Bitcoin OS and other familiar projects. Then all the good things of ETH will be also be available on BTC. Number of alts will get smaller and btc will only get bigger. IMO

For me a realised OS of about 50%. And opportunity loss of about 80%

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No not trolling, just pointing out that you are using a ridiculous hyperbolic situation to justify your convoluted key management. If you are not actually naked, and you really need access to all your BTC on a whim while you travel all you need is a hardware wallet and a bootable USB stick with your trusted OS on it and you can use almost any computer. Alternatively if you just need “spending BTC “ put some small portion on a phone wallet.

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This will come down to a personal opinion. Firstly, you have to load up on the safest of assets which are BTC & ETH. My long-term altcoin play is Cartesi - An Application Specific Rollup architecture, which dedicates a rollup to each dApp with its own Virtual Machine for full computational power and no blocksize competitions with other dApps. The integration of a full Linux OS also broadens developer capabilities, enabling the use of familiar software development tools and languages for more complex and advanced dApps. It's just a gamechanger imo.

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Pro-standalone: - can run 24/7 uninterrupted, so it's there wherever you need it, without having to catch up sync for whatever time frame it was off, and doesn't interrupt your usage of the system meanwhile - for raspberries and similar there are guides specifically written for the appropriate OS (it matters for certain usecases, f.ex for using additional software such as Joinmarket, Electrum Personal Server, Lightning routing etc) Contra: - additional hardware required It doesn't really matter either way. Bitcoin Core is just a software, it's mostly a preference of your own and the reason why you are needing it for.

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If your dad just needs to get up to speed with using a computer/laptop and an OS, you might try your local library, mine hosts general computer classes for seniors to learn the basics, for free.

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Get Linux installed. Try our a liveUSB of Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Pop OS, Xubuntu, Bunsen Labs, Linux Mint, etc..  They are all a trade off of gimmicks, bloat, and memory usage.

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those viruses can switch your clipboard addresses without getting detected, i had to reinstall OS to make it stop, since the nativirus couldn't detect the malware.

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>What is a better method than test transactions? I ask because that is thrown around here as good advice , thanks (1) avoiding address reuse. This means never saving or reusing old addresses. Whitelisting is idiotic too; if its in your "whitelist" its used and old, and should never be used again. (2) secure transport of destination addresses from the receiving party to your system, for example, https, a GPG message, or a libsodium message. (3) neither party using windows OS

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My best guess is, it is a brain wallet. Brain wallets use a pass phrase to create addresses and are not very safe. Your can try this method: Go to https://brainwalletx.github.io/ Scroll down, select the link "download zip" Move the downloaded file to an OFFLINE COMPUTER, that is not connected to internet. Once you're done with everything, wipe the hard disk of the computer and install fresh OS. THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT FOR THE SAFETY OF YOUR FUNDS. On the offline computer, extract the zip file, and open in a web browser. Type in your pass phrase in the associated field. Type the exact phrase. Uppercase and lowercase, spaces, everything matters. It gives you 2 addresses: compressed and uncompressed. You can switch between the two using the "point conversion" button. Write both addresses on a piece of paper exactly as they appear. Lowercase and upper case matters. Go to an online computer, go to mempool.space or Blockchain.com Type in the addresses in their search bar. If there is any balance on any of the addresses, it will show you. Reply to this messages here if any of them show any balance and I'll comment how to get them out. Do not DM me, reply here, so everyone can check. Do not reply to any DMs

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This is why one morning my dad found me having switched his OS to Linux with a theme that keeps Solitaire exactly the same set of clicks away and an email client that strips all links and image bugs

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u/No-City94 Bravo! Appreciate the steps as this helped me get Umbrel running on mine. Only issue I'm having is the fan on the Argon One V3 case. It WILL NOT come on under Umbrel. It spins up on boot but can't get it working in the OS. Have followed steps in the instructions, even disconnected the fan from the case and reconnected directly to Pi board. Nothing... Very disappointing for what is an expensive case.

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CP/M was already a thing! Not only was there a multi-platform OS, you could get the trilogy of business apps on it - Wordstar, Supercalc, and dBase II. And if you wanted to develop programs - Microsoft actually got their start with things like BASIC, FORTRAN and COBOL on CP/M. Not to mention Borland's Turbo Pascal and Hi-Tec C. There was a reason Microsoft used a clone of CP/M for the 8086 to sell as MS-DOS....

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BBS systems were relegated to specifically nerds and college punks. And yes, computers were useful for all sorts of stuff in the early 90s and some stuff in the late 80s. But in the early 80s? There just wasn't any software, any OS, much of anything unless you had a million dollars and a team of engineers like NASA or a big company.

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My god your fkn article is about the fact that hardware wallets aren't really air-gapped. > Air-gapped cryptocurrency wallets are believed to hold private keys stored in them secure, but an Israeli researcher has demonstrated that attackers can leak the keys from such wallets in a matter of seconds. Quit with the google searches ffs. I have already covered this: https://old.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/1cfej47/how_do_i_go_about_getting_a_hard_wallet/l1qkbtu/?context=3 > You don't know what an injection attack is. You would see that on an SD card as a file. In order for that vulnerability to be possible, the OS of the network connected computer would need to be compromised, the SD card would need to be compomised, the SD-card ports on both the network connected computer AND the hardware device would need to be compromised. ALL of that would need to be done in person, short of infecting EVERY SD Card and SD Card reader. > And none of that drivel has anything to do with the vulnerability of connecting a device to a network connected computer. You know the only thing that would need to be compromised? The USB cable, or the hardware device which you have no way of validating, or the network connected computer. Because the keys are connected to a network. Which is the vulnerability that cold storage mitigates. You don't know what the fk you're talking about.

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Quit with the google searches ffs. I have already covered this: https://old.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/1cfej47/how_do_i_go_about_getting_a_hard_wallet/l1qkbtu/?context=3 > You don't know what an injection attack is. You would see that on an SD card as a file. In order for that vulnerability to be possible, the OS of the network connected computer would need to be compromised, the SD card would need to be compomised, the SD-card ports on both the network connected computer AND the hardware device would need to be compromised. ALL of that would need to be done in person, short of infecting EVERY SD Card and SD Card reader. > And none of that drivel has anything to do with the vulnerability of connecting a device to a network connected computer. You know the only thing that would need to be compromised? The USB cable, or the hardware device which you have no way of validating, or the network connected computer. Because the keys are connected to a network. Which is the vulnerability that cold storage mitigates.

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you can run a node using windows mac or most any OS

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I can access my bitcoin in an emergency from just about anywhere. All I have to do is buy a laptop and a thumbdrive and get on coffee shop wifi to make a bootable live OS. Can anyone else access my bitcoin? Well they have not succeeded so far. So I guess my needs are covered with my setup. And that's what matters.

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Buy a hardware wallet. Follow instructions. If you want a PC hot wallet get one from electrum.org Phones have some options too, depends on the OS.

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Someone was saying the other day how Oasis could be the OS (read, framework) for the ASI alliance - playing on the word oasis. And since the latest brand refresh, Oasis has come so close to making it a real possibility. The way Oasis has planned [decentralized confidential computation](https://oasisprotocol.org/blog/decentralize-all-the-things) and the Runtime Off-chain Logic (ROFL) framework is going to revolutionize AI in blockchain and crypto space. With a bull run expected in the crypto markets, this is great news for the buildup and sustainability of crypto AI, imo.

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China's economy continues to deflate, which actually isn't bad, even though mainstream economists say it is. I have learned, they are only speaking about multi-nationals when they speak, so bad for them, I guess. More countries drop the USD (which I predicted would happen between 2021 and 2023 back in 2018 because FED said they planned digital dollar. I was wrong on the WHY but right on the time). As the USD is dropped, more countries will start to give middle finger to the USA for better deals, or they get kicked out (See: West African Nations, one by one, first EU, now USA literally several countries in this past week alone kicking USA out). This will cause Americans to have a savings drop to 600B down from 800B (but that number is skewed with BILLIONAIRES in there, because that number should have dropped last year, but added another 50B, maybe because they are giving free money to all the non-citizens they are letting in the country and they are opening accounts?). I also see in the short term, USA losing AI and electric car might to China, even though china is slightly behind in AI. It will only take about 3 to 8 months. I work directly on the ground with a few companies right now, and betting big that they take off (so I can get my payday lol). I would like to point out that the trade war is already on. China was holding off for the longest, but now they have directly started banning american companies, stopped the iPhone for Chinese government officials, and every single time an American politician visits their country, they have a major release from Huawei or other tech giant, and massive sales from the Chinese citizens ensue. Huawei had a new phone release, then Xaomi with a car, then Huawei with Harmony OS major update (that was the last 3 visits respectively). USA has shot itself with the foot, and taken the EU with it. This is due to the dominant society wanting control, mainly in a race-based system, and secondarily for the ones of same race, a class-based one. The multinationals are doing what's in their best interest, aka, drain all money out of the west and suck up like transaction fees the profits as they head to the East and Global South. It's pretty straightforward when you see it that way. Not sure if China and other nations care much about that, but they do want their own economies to thrive.

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It depends on _how_ safe you want to be. Lots of systems either spy on you or ship with backdoors or can get infected with malware. So any time you do anything with your computer or smart phone you're opening yourself up to some risk. Then storing your information on-line means you're putting your information on another computer. So you either need to trust the encryption/keys you used to protect the information or trust the owner of the computer you uploaded to to keep your information safe. Each computer your data touches increases your risk. Now if you're using a live or pristine OS on a computer without any backdoors then you're mostly safe. And if you use good encryption on your data before uploading you're still probably mostly safe. But each step, each extra copy of the data, means you need to trust more people and more layers of the software and storage involved.

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What about future compromises that are able to read parts of memory that have deleted on the OS but still remain on the drive.

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Thank you. But I fail to install the Start9 to the Pi 5. Here's the error - "The installed operating system does not indicate support for Raspberry Pi 5 Update the OS or set os\_check=0 in config.txt to skip this check." and Device tree file "bcm2712-rpi-5-b.dtb" not found

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This is definitely not to replace a hardware wallet, this is not meant to be used everytime you want to use your wallet but only to store your seedphrase. And if you use a hardware wallet you need to store it safely. Regarding the "reading the ram of another process" well, okay sure, as said previously, you can use Qubes OS or Tails OS, but it is even more trivial to read your seedphrase on your piece of paper or any media that it is on in plain text

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It's been around for years... like everything they have now included some "ai" into it but you don't have to use the AI features... but the software you're looking for .... and please do your own research... like if you asked what OS should I use and someone says 'windows or linux' ... the most famous software you're looking for is haasbot ... [https://www.haasonline.com](https://www.haasonline.com) ... no affiliate link. I'm not getting paid to share this... its just what I used with a quant friend of mine back a few years ago (before it had any AI built into it) and it does everything. Very steep learning curve but you'll find years worth of information about it online / youtube etc. It is software that can do what you are asking for and many people use it for exactly what you want to do too. It's one, if not the, leading automated trading software that professionals use. Like protools for audio or adobe for designers. Haasbot is the software for traders. Big learning curve though, just like with any professional software.

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I guess this could work but it seems less secure (private key is still on a usb stick which can get corrupted, stolen, copied etc) than just buying he wallet. They aren’t that expensive and are easier to use than booting another OS just to send coin

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