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Bipartisan Senators have introduced a new bill to classify Bitcoin and Ethereum as "Digital Commodities", under CFTC's jurisdiction and away from the SEC. Here is a look at the Digital Commodities Consumer Protection Act

Bipartisan Senators have introduced a new bill to classify Bitcoin and Ethereum as "Digital Commodities", under CFTC's jurisdiction and away from the SEC. Here is a look at the Digital Commodities Consumer Protection Act

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Problems with Antminer S19

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Is this a mistake posted on Amazon?? This is a metal card used for seed phrase backup. It's supposed to be no-tech device but it's description says it stores 1GB Storage and uses Micro SD. WTF?!

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Patience is a virtue!

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Question about running my own node. It’s a set and forget or I need to personally verify everything?

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Question about hardware wallet testing

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Question about hardware wallet testing..

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Two critical weaknesses of hardware wallets you need to consider

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Bitcoin Node

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Looking for some hard-to-find answers regarding cold storage and safety

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Bitcoin Rules To Live By Starting Today!

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Bitcoin Rules To Live By Starting Today

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Bitcoin full node - Setup

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Buy the new Razer Blade 17 and pay with Bitcoin to get 3% off!

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Bitcoin node build - Corrupted laptop

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so my dad might have done Bitcoin back when it started...

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Russians prepping for SWIFT lockout like

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How Russians will handle SWIFT lockout - BITCOIN EDITION

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Potential for crypto rewards in gaming tournaments?

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You can easily run a full bitcoin node (not to be confused with a miner) using a raspberry pi and a 1TB SSD with Umbrel software

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You can easily run a full bitcoin node (not to be confused with a miner) using a raspberry pi and a 1TB SSD with Umbrel software

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There is a Better and Cheaper Way to Hide Your Crypto Keys by Spankmyhairyasss

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Cold Card Micro SD Cards + 12 Words = 24 Word Seed Plate?

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Tax free crypto retirement account

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Let's deep dive on USDT's and USDC's much cooler older brother the Terra ecosystem. Understanding the economic model behind Terra - an ecosystem which hopes to provide global, algorithmic stablecoins.

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Best practice to store private key for containerized apps in the cloud

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How to avoid scams while using hardware wallets, Metamask, and crypto in general

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MoonDAO now allows BONDING! (4,4)- One of the only DAOs that has honest developers!

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Looking to buy a Cold Case but it has an option to buy SD cards...why?

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Digital backup of private key

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I want to be my own bank, how do I protect my assets like one?

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How to reset AvalonMiner Controller password?

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I don't have the numbers but it should be easy to look it up. I can just tell you what I remember from 20 years ago, when we did operate with floppy disks with under 1 MB per disk and today you can buy 1 TB SD card no problem (that's 1,000,000x). The hard drives sizes were in small number of GBs (10, 20). So that is 1,000x improvement. The bandwidth we had was 56k modems, that's about 2.5 minute for 1 MB download, if you were lucky. Today I've got 50mbit fiber, so that's roughly also 1,000x improvement. But I'm in first world country, that's not what Bitcoin is concerned with really. Bitcoin is developed to be usable in third world countries. So my numbers are irrelevant really. You need to look it up for those countries.

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That's where the air gapped function shines. So the Coldcard wallet has a micro SD card slot on it. You can make it so that say you want to send bitcoin to someone, you go through the transaction on your PC, and then when it's time to sign it, you take out the micro SD from your PC, put it in the cold card, okay the transaction, then put it back into the PC and the transaction gets broadcasted. Say the Coldcard had malware on it and you never connected it to a PC, how would it carry out the function to steal? Even if something were to change the contents of the SD card, the wallet on your PC would just end up failing the transaction. &#x200B; Additionally I believe its firmware is open-source so if you knew how to read code you could completely scour through it all and compile it yourself.

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So that's what SD stands for in SD card. TIL

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Yes for me. There is a great potential for web3 or blockchain-based applications to place in future as some firms/businesses are already utilizing it. Actually, IBM is one of the most prominent companies to prioritize blockchain in its future business model. How it's using blockchain: Microsoft's Azure platform is helping to establish blockchain in companies across a variety of sectors. There is also a filed patent shows that Apple is aiming at improving system security by using blockchain technology to verify the authenticity of timestamps. This could help to protect critical data on SIM cards or SD cards. Also Amazon is using their Amazon Managed Blockchain (AMB) to set up our Hyperledger Fabric network.This enables their customers to track products on the blockchain from the farm all the way through to consumption. Other notable corporations active in the blockchain inv estment space include Google parent company Alphabet, and financial institutions including BlackRock, Morgan Stanley, and Goldman Sachs. Thanks I've known Telos Network earlier. They are one of the good blockchains who embrace web3 projects. They are quite young (launched in 2018) but really working hard in the blockchain industry and now able to develop over hundreds of applications. Check it more at telos (dot) net for more info.

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What a stupid fkin market. Keep doing shit like this, I'm sure global acceptance will SD

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I want to know whether each PS5 is going to be running a full node and the size of the blockchain that is going to be used. Imagine it is 100GB, you will need to buy a huge storage SD card just to play it and if it isn’t on for a certain amount of time, what is the duration to sync the blockchain. If it’s just a centralised database but stored in a blockchain form on all the information, I’m going to be so disappointed.

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If happy to be corrected, here I go. Coldcard is much more safer. Why? -It’s completely air-gapped, meaning you never connect it to a computer. -it doesn’t has its own software wallet, so no needing to trust the same manufacturer. -comes with a tamper evident bag with matching serial number between bag and device. -you power it with a 9volt battery so you don’t even need to conect a usb to it. -all transactions are signed via micro SD card so the seed is literally never in contact with anything only. -Bitcoin only, no shitcoins. Yes, ledger is fine. It’s secure. I’ve used it for a long time. But cold card is so much better in every single way.

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Not for SD cards on android. Also; that's only if your phone is on. If it's turned off they can't bypass encryption without a backdoor. In the US they probably have access to backdoors, but not here

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Not really. You gotta turn it on (especially if you have an SD card), bet there are a lot of people that don't. You can't just crack encryption. You can only try to bruteforce it, but as long as your password isn't password you should be good.

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I'm #76 woot ![gif](giphy|IwAZ6dvvvaTtdI8SD5|downsized)

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Yeah the whole blockchain is around 400GB which fits perfectly well on my 2TB SSD connected to my Raspberry Pi. The 32GB SD card is just for booting up the Raspberry Pi and does not store the blockchain.

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I planned to make a separate post regarding the electricity cost after one month of running the node. But here are the hardware parts I am using as of now: \- Raspberry Pi 4 with 4GB RAM \- A 2TB SSD (I know it's way too exaggerated but the prices didn't differ much compared to a 1TB SSD. Also I'm planning on running the node for a long time.) \- 32 GB SD card for booting up your Raspberry Pi \- The original Raspberry Pi power cable + an ethernet cable **Adding it all together you'll end up with round about $200-$220**

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Buy a Trezor instead. Or if you are super-paranoid and somewhat dexterous with SD cards, buy a Coldcard. Ledger (the company) has demonstrated certain lack of professionalism in the past. YMMV of course.

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Hmm.. I have the one that doesn't have NFC, and I've found it reasonably convenient to use the micro SD. I wish they'd make one that looks like a 1990s calculator - it almost does already.

Mentions:#NFC#SD

backups! you can easily clone tails usb keys along with their persistence volume with monero you "just" have to get a usb and put feather wallet on it, put the desired seed in and put them in the persistence volume then copy it to other usbs your wallet will be encrypted with two passphrases or one depending on whether you choose to encrypt the wallet too (you should) and you'll have backups! by the 321 backup rule you should also have it on hard drives and micro SD cards in totally different places and steel plates too if you're into that

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Raspberry Pi 4 + 8GB RAM - new, ebay, $160 SD Memory card, about 32 GB, $10 Raspberry Pi Power supply, 3.0 Amps, $10 2TB external HD, Best Buy, $60 About $250, give or take. You'll need another (PC) computer from which you will remotely log into your R-Pi.

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You can show them on the display, export a file with the first one or two hundred on an SD card, or just show a qr code on the screen. Some people don't want to put even an xpub onto a computer.

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So you have to transfer them on an SD card like a PSBT or just copy them manually? That sounds like a huge hassle compared to having a watch only software wallet. What's the advantage of doing it only on the hardware wallet?

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You are right about that, it was just the first that came to mind. For non technical people MyNode or Umbrel is more easy. It's basically just flashing an SD card and you are ready to go.

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* Can operate fully airgapped - transactions are transferred between it and the computer only via an SD Card. (There are more convenient ways, but this is the recommended standard.) * Anti-phishing mechanism (the PIN input is enhanced to ensure that you don't input the full PIN into a trap device). * Multitude of trick/duress PIN setups with decoy wallets, brick PINs etc. * The device case is transparent, the microcontroller and the two independent security elements are clearly visible, so you could possibly see signs of tampering with the chips themselves. * Generate entropy for your seed by rolling dice yourself. * Paranoia everywhere. * Cypherpunk look&feel.

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The main reason is that it has an airgap which helps you isolate it from the internet. Txs are signed via SD card. Also if someone gets physical access to your trezor device they can brute force the pin in minutes.

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Checkout Foundation Passport. It's a more user-friendly version of ColdCard. You can use this wallet in an air gapped fashion, where you build your transaction in your wallet software, like Sparrow Wallet, then save that partial transaction to an SD card. You transfer the SD card to the hardware wallet and it will sign, then you move the SD card back to your computer to broadcast. Basically, your seed phrase and resultant keys will only ever exist on that device, outside of your seed phrase backup. The point being, you never ever type your seed phrase into any electronic device (other than your disconnected hardware wallet). You never share the words, type them on a keyboard, or utter them aloud. You don't need to get out of Bitcoin, you just need to follow this one simple practice of protecting your seed phrase.

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ahhh damn, sorry I was distracted. my brother swallowed my SD card and singing all the songs on it. I must stop him before he continues with my private video files. brb

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Anyone tried PiTrezor DYI hardware wallet based on raspberrypi ZERO along with passphrase ?. Data is stored on SD card(make copies to prevent damage / theft), use passphrase for additional protection.

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Hi all! Before I start, I'm no computer wiz... keep this in mind as you read on. Just got my first raspi 4 (2GB) and have umbrel on it downloading bitcoin core. It's uptime is currently around 2 days and I'm at 11.59% synchronization (yikes). I have a 1TB HDD (think that's the name) as my storage device. Also a 128 GB micro SD. So this is literally all I can afford at the moment, upgrading isn't an option. Any tech/math people able to calculate how long it'll take? Or is there a way to get an estimate on umbrel? Not sure our internet upload/download speed or anything like that. We're tight on cash and its the poor people's internet lol. I'm just a normal person trying to use bitcoin to have a future. I'm kind of thinking it may take a month at this rate, but I sure hope not. I guess patience is a virtue, though. Thanks in advance. God bless!

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The operating system runs on an SD card which is not ideal for robustness, they also struggle with some of the CPI intensive tasks like validation of blocks. Not to mention running a software package someone else manages the updates for and integrates is kinda against the ethos of bitcoin being trustless. Still, if you opt for that route then a raspi4 isn't a disaster for running a lightning node on, just make sure you keep the seed backed up and your channel.backup file regularly backed up in several safe locations. When bitcoin core releases a new version don't just blindly update it, find out what the update does and decide if you want it or not. If you are buying a pi from scratch you can often pickup and ex office desktop for a similar price and run that as a lightning node. It will cope with the demands of a 24/7 server better (though it will use more energy). Your choice.

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Save it in an encrypted (password-protected) file, on a micro SD card. Glue the microSD card in the cover of a "family photos" book thing. Give the book to your mom as a present. Save the password everywhere on your computer, send it to yourself via email, write it down on paper. Nobody will ever find the sd card (so if anyone finds the password you're fine), and you're certain you'll be able to get the card back if you need it. This works for brothers/sisters, friends, etc. Don't make this your \*only\* backup. But it works very nicely as an extra backup, for safety.

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Users have the option of sending Bitcoin from the exchange to the *same* receive address multiple times. They would not need to power up the ColdCard. Users have the option of powering up the ColdCard to generate a new receive address, and then turn it off. The SD card is typically used only for spending transactions. For me, that is a very infrequent event.

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In the case of ColdCard, there is a program running on the PC, which has NO KEY information, but it keeps track of Bitcoin's blockchain. A person would use that program to generate an *unsigned* transaction, transfer that transaction to an SD memory card, physically move that SD card to the ColdCard device, have the CC device sign the transaction, using the private key, move the SD card back to the first computer, then broadcast the signed transaction.

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> It doesn’t matter. it may not to you, it does to me. >The data transfer window is tiny. yet long enough for data to be transferred... > What’s happening is the same as with the cold card, a QR code is not the same as a saved file to a SD card. The first is unreadable to the human eye and is potentially not static. Files on an SD card do not have this problem. > a psbt gets generated in your wallet and then your mobile or desktop wallet displays the psbt as a QR code. The seedsigner reads it and shows you what it’s asking and gives you the option to approve or deny like common hw’s. I'm aware >Then if you approve the transaction, it shows a qr on ITS screen that your mobile or desktop wallet can read in order to broadcast the tx. This is the part I don't feel comfortable with for large amounts >It the exact same function as a coldcard: handing over a partially signed bitcoin transaction, then getting it signed and sent back. nope, it may serve the same function, but it does not have the same properties. That is my point of contention. It's arguable that QR codes, because they cannot be verified by the human eye, inherently require trust as they are being displayed for their duration. Not so with SD card files. >It’s happening offline just like with coldcard. not the point. >The awesome difference is that you don’t have to mess with sd’s and use qr’s instead. >No room for the qr to do anything malicious in this setup. debatable >It’s the ultimate lazy man’s offline signer i'll agree with you there.

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I'm not really a fan of the QR code, since the security auditing function is somewhat lacking and requires more trust than a file on an SD card.

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The routing protocol is called DARP, decentralized autonomous routing protocol. It uses ipv6 segmentation and SD-wan tech. Compatible with ipv4 since it the encapsulates packets. Discover ability comes from people running DARP nodes. The beauty of DARP is its critical mass users/nodes is low in order to find the optimal path. It’s doesn’t need extreme adoption like BGP since it runs on top of the internet as an overlay. Incentives are set for those who run DARP nodes. BGP has a governing body, but the governing body for DARP and its network is the token holders. They are not rushing into a DAO for those very reasons you listed. They are learning from others mistakes before making the leap.

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If you can, fly over here to San Diego. Find a dentist in TJ. Some even have shuttles that will pick you up in SD and drive you over the border to the dental office. Much cheaper and lots of skilled labor. A lot of them even work in San Diego/La Jolla on work visas through a chunk of the year.

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The user doesn't have to trust the software which is pre-loaded onto the device The user is able to load a fresh copy from a binary package provided by the developer. A diligent developer recognizes the principle of reproducible build. He provides a public copy of the source code, and instructions to build the binary package from that source code, such that following the instructions creates a package which is byte-identical to the distributed binary package There's a bootstrapping problem in that the binary package is usually loaded via a USB port and requires permanent ROM containing the loader This is similar to the PC problem of trusting the BIOS - you can't trust a PC BIOS, even they phone home If you're using mass-market commodity hardware, there are devices which load the loader from the first partition of whatever is plugged into the SD or USB socket. The loader can be made so small that its binary can be audited directly. See https://guix.gnu.org/ In that vein, a user can buy a Raspberry Pi Zero, put a loader on partition 0 of a microSD, operating system and application software on partition 1, after verifying that the loader is harmless and the software hashes match reproducible build hashes All the software source code for the Trezor hardware wallets is published. A user can build an ARM binary from the Trezor source and install it on a Raspberry Pi

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Coinkite has all the resources you need for that information. Air gapping your hardware means it is never connected to the internet, ever! This is achieved by using a Micro SD instead of plugging in your wallet to a computer.

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There is no reason that the firmware not being open sourced should be OK with you. This means not you, nor anybody else besides the ledger employees know what's really going on. Also, when you use the ledger software, you're connecting to ledgers bitcoin node and they can monitor and record every transaction you make. Combined with your IP address, you could determine your exact identity. This is bad. Getting your coins off exchanges is absolutely the highest priority, even if it's with the ledger. Kudos to you my friend. But this community is about not trusting, and when you use a ledger wallet, you're trusting a lot. Moving forward, I would recommend looking into a fully open source hardware and software wallet. Without a doubt the best hardware product on the market for bitcoin is ColdCard. Foundation Passport used their open source firmware with their super user friendly hardware that includes a nice screen and camera for scanning QR codes. These devices can also be operated in air gapped mode, so you load a transaction file from your wallet into an SD card, put the SD card in your Coldcard or Passport, sign it, then put the SD card back into your computer for your software wallet to read and broadcast. For software wallets, I highly recommend Sparrow. You can use this with your ledger right now and ditch the ledger live software. You lose all the fancy styling and bells and whistles, but the experience is invaluable as it really helps you understand your UTXO set, coin control, what the inputs and the outputs of the transaction actually look like, etc. Finally, run your own node. This is the final step in true self sovereignty. If you're not running your own node, you're gathering all of your utxo info and broadcasting all of your transactions to someone else's node and hoping they aren't actively monitoring/recording anything, and that the responses are honest. You can easily build one with a Raspberry Pi for a couple hundred bucks. I recommend Raspiblitz.

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Some apps store data on SD cards and the data there is shared.

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Raspberry pi are awesome, they're as secure as you can make them. You can easily install a basic operating system on an SD card and use it as a cold wallet. I have two of them just for running little home computing projects, like you can make a [DNS level ad block with Pi-hole](https://pi-hole.net/) for your entire home and even extend it to your mobile browsing.

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Coldcard allows for offline transaction signing using a micro SD card.

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Many hardware wallets allow something called a passphrase which is like an additional word. It can be anything you want so yes you can add words to extend your seed phrase in this way. Your second question is phrased in an inaccurate way, and I want to provide clarity (even though you may know this already). Bitcoin isn't actually stored in these devices. The devices are merely a way to interact with the blockchain which is where the coins *are* "stored". To answer your question, you can use a software wallet on a non internet connected laptop to interact with your hardware wallet, which is used to sign transactions that can be put on an SD card. That SD card can then be inserted in an online computer and the transaction can be broadcasted from there. This is called air-gapping your hardware wallet and is a very secure way of signing transactions (or generating receive addresses). That security comes at the cost of convenience though so you have to decide for yourself if it's the right method for you

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Coldcard seems to be a very popular option.. seems like the primary data transfer mechanism is the SD card though.. I like the qr code reader option.

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Depends on the hardware wallet. Coldcard, for example, can export an extended public key to a file written to a micro SD card, which can be imported into Electrum on a computer with access to a copy of the blockchain to create a watch-only wallet.

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I run a node on my PC, because a raspberry pi 4 kit is too expensive (+SSD, SD Card etc) I accumulate Bitcoin instead and wait

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Hey! 1. Yes, you can use Passport for any derivation path, 2. To manage risks involved with using 3rd parties, we self-host our support desk chats and customer email marketing tool and purge data after 60 days 3. Compared to our competitors such as the Trezor Model T and CC, our device is well priced. Passport also ships with accessories (industrial grade micro SD card, charging cable, and iOS/android micro SD adapters) Hope this helps!

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Another step to the ultimate win. ![gif](giphy|IwAZ6dvvvaTtdI8SD5|downsized)

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If you can handle flash drives and Micro SD cards, it's as easy as file transfers.

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The hardware is designed not to be able to even share the seed. It would require some undocumented hardware feature, or some as yet unknown exploit. As well as that, you’d need to be using software on your computer that knows how to read and share the seed. These clients are open source so it’s unlikely it would get through a review process. If you’re that worried about it, the best option is to use your own offline computer you control for offline transaction signing. Or to get a hardware wallet that communicates via SD card or QR codes..so you can inspect any data transfer.

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1. Don't store the seed. Encrypt the seed with a password, and keep the encrypted seed and the password separate 2. Don't keep them separate in the same place, keep them in different countries ideally (parents, friends, etc). 3. Waterproof whatever you use (SD cards, punched metal plates) 4. Get a shovel and bury the stuff, you're hodling until 2082 anyway. 5. Don't have all of it in the same wallet, have a dozen different wallets 6. Have multiple copies of each wallet This protects you from: * Theft * Fire * Loss It's just some work to set up. You can always do more work, and the more work you do, the safer you are.

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I dont have a hard ware wallet, but I want to share with you the real purpose in my view of the hardware wallet. the hardware wallet allows you to avoid ever entering your seed phrase on any computer ever. The reason you'd want to avoid this is a concern that whatever computer you'd type it in to might be somehow "recording" what you're doing. and possibly somehow get your seed phrase. &#x200B; using the hardware wallet, you can create a seed phrase on the hardware (and this hardware is incapable of connecting to internet and would function inside a faraday cage with 0 cell or internet service anywhere.). So you create the seed phrase, then you can actually generate a bitcoin sending transaction on the hardware wallet, then you can use an SD card to write the transaction from the hardware wallet, and take that SD card and put it in a computer connected to the internet, and from there you can "broadcast the transaction" this allows you to send bitcoin without ever exposing your seed phrase on any internet connected device for example. &#x200B; additionally you could of course generate a receiving address as well to receive bitcoin. &#x200B; if you ever wanted to check the balance of the wallet, you could look up the addresses on a blockchain explorer and you'd see their contents. &#x200B; Again I have no hardware wallet. for now ive held off it. I see a hardware wallet as similar to just having any laptop that you use solely for bitcoin. but of course you gotta add in those asterisks I mentioned &#x200B; you could also use a very old laptop that simply did not have the ability to connect to wifi (a laptop created before wifi technology was widespread), and use it in a similar fashion. &#x200B; another idea is we might want to use the device exclusively for bitcoin because we dont want to download some virus that may somehow watch what we type in to the keyboard and then take our bitcoin or something.

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I agree words have meaning, sort of like "misnomer". A literal air gap in modern computing means nothing because network connections can literally travel through the air (also I'm using the word literal in it's literal sense, not the ever increasingly popular figurative usage). Air gapping is a commonly used info sec term that describes a secure setup such that the system or network that is described as air gapped has no direct connectivity to the outside world. The term originated before the hardware, operating system support, FCC designated radio frequency ranges and standardize communications protocols existed. At the time the only standardized way to network systems together was over copper wires connecting them. Thus an air gapped system meant one that had no physical connection to the outside world, and in modern day is still used to describe the same sort of environment and adding a wireless network card to such a system or network would make it no longer air gapped despite still having no static physical connections. Data transfers between such systems or networks is achieved by manual delivery of media. This security measure can be compromised, but it prevents active compromise because even if an attacker manages to get a payload into the system via the disconnected media data transfer the attacker has not established remote access. In those days the common method of physical transfer was magnetic tape media, which was sometimes various forms of rolled tape, and later similar media physically shaped into a disk. These were called floppy disk and somewhat like "air gapped" their name was somewhat of a misnomer in later years when the floppy media was enclosed in hard plastic inflexible cases. In modern day an SD card or USB thumb drive operates in a similar manner as these floppy disks, they are used to manually transfer data between two systems. In the tech world you'll find tons of misnomers as tech progresses faster than common nomenclature keeps up. Another example would be SSD drives (which replaced platter based hard drives) which have no actual drive mechanism. Then you have cases like the afore mentioned floppy disk where it's technically accurate but on it's face due to lack of knowledge people tend to think it's a misnomer. Another example of this is the measurements of data storage where people assume that 1 gigabyte would mean 1 thousand megabytes, when the actual amount of megabytes is 1024. The application of metric terms isn't inaccurate though it might seems so on it's face until you understand that these are measurements in a base 2 system instead of the standard base 10 system that is usually used for mathematics and scientific measurements. So given the non literal misnomer technical term in the modern nomenclature, u/TheoHW was wrong. The fact that you can get malware on an air gapped system is immaterial, the security strategy it describes doesn't seek to prevent malware but remote access. It is usually combined with other security protocols to prevent the introduction of malicious software. Any time you transfer data you potentially allow malware infection malware can just as easily be passed via an optical scanner protocol as it could with an sd card, the lack of physical touching has no bearing on things. Iranians experienced this a few years ago with stuxnet, their command and control systems for their uranium enrichment was air gapped and yet they were still infected by some frankly quite amazing malicious software that reported to the console the proper enrichment metrics while telling the centrifuges improper metrics costing them time and ruined batches.

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I wouldn't call it airgapped, you can still transfer malware on the SD card optic scanner would be airgapped

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You can use it entirely airgapped using the SD card slot. You can create paper wallets on the device that aren't associated with your private key at all and you can setup your wallet using dice rolls if you want to create your own entropy. There is more and going on their website and doing a decent amount of research into each device to see if it meets your needs is a good idea.

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obviously, just increase allowed error to +/- 2 SD and you're good to go (; Maybe also tweak the model to fit data and pretend that it is a genius invention (;

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The op didn't mention either gold or SD boxes.

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Skeleton wallet with micro SD card. Use on any laptop anywhere with no worries.

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You can buy SD cards for $5. You can use existing power cables and chargers/battery packs, there's nothing special required for Coldcards. You don't need their metal backup equipment either.

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> but the SD card method keeps the Coldcard from ever touching an internet connected device. So does USB. There is as much of a connection. If something were to mess with the USB communication it wouldn't be that much different from tainting an SD card with some malware to target a hardware wallet.

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Sure, but the SD card method keeps the Coldcard from ever touching an internet connected device. Just another layer of protection for the truly paranoid

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Or USB. It's really not any different. The SD card is just another method for doing the same thing USB does.

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Fair. Then you need to make sure of the following: * Your keys are generated locally on your machine and you're sure you have no malware. * your printer has no long term image storage, or you remember that it could compromise your keys so you never e-waste it, you destroy it at end of service (and yes people trolling printers and hard drives at e-waste places is a real thing and AFAIK not actually illegal \[though obviously what they do with the data may be\]). * you use a \*laser\* printer, not an ink jet. This is so water is much less of an issue. * you store them somewhere with the same respect as storing cash. E.g.: I'm fine with having a hundred bucks in my desk drawer, if it goes up in smoke it's not the end of the world. I would not, however, have 10 grand in that same drawer for longer than it took me to get it to the bank. * Ideally you print two copies and they are stored in separate, secure locations. Maybe one in a safe at home, one in a safe deposit box. Good luck :) &#x200B; Cons: if you use the old wallet format (sha256 brainwallet) it is very insecure and should not be used, so make sure you use a more modern wallet format. Another option is something like Exodus and storing the wallet file on an SD card or USB key that you secure and keep separate from your PC unless actively transacting. This would be nearly as cheap as paper and give you the convenience of a modern wallet software package...

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But the computer could install malware on the SD

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An air-gapped hardware wallet means that it’s a hardware wallet than never connects to the internet. Technically, Ledger and Trezor do connect via USB/Bluetooth so they cannot be considered an air-gapped wallet. Coldcard is considered an air-gapped wallet. To spend you have to transfer an SD card from the wallet to the computer. So technically, Coldcard (which is a bitcoin only hardware wallet) is considered more secure than Ledger/Trezor.

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Just send them an address from your wallet every pay period. Or you could make a wallet specifically to receive work income from and send them an address from that wallet each pay period. I wouldn't trust a company to be secure enough to securely hold more than 1 address at a time. For example, a coldcard can generate a file with 250 addresses on it on a micro SD card. But who's to stop some hacker from swapping them out over time?

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![gif](giphy|IwAZ6dvvvaTtdI8SD5|downsized)

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While using a micro SD card, would approving the transaction need approval from the device? Much like a ledger or Trevor.

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cold wallets like the coldcard can be airgapped. ie you dont need cords at all. you can instead use an SD card to transfer data between the coldcard and your computer to broadcast transactions.

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Keep it up Alts. ![gif](giphy|IwAZ6dvvvaTtdI8SD5|downsized)

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Tbh i Think one of the best solution for security is getting a dedicated device like a tablet, installing Exosdus, Metamask and a couple other software wallets( you can have even multiple wallets for redundancies if one falls) It's my plan probably the start of next month to secure my Angelblock NFTs and my Algorand, even stocks so i don't have it on pc: buy a tablet, put a good password on it( write it down on a notebook) install a lot of wallets for every chain(back up their passwords and recovery words again in that book) install Either Brave browser, Opera or Mozzila, i will need to check out which one, personally i use Brave on most of my devices, install a 2FA app to apply to all wallets and everything money related It is a one time setup, all passwords and words noted down, and whenever not using the device, i will activate airplane mode and just hide the tablet or I guess put it on a stand near my setup, basically keep it away from webcams and away from humans besides me. best security against online hacks? just don't be online kinda deal. Purge my pc and laptop of anything crypto so it is one tablet. maybe store all of that on a SD card just to be able to recover easily

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Right now?I got them on a SD card on my laptop, pull it out anytime i go anywhere shady or such, Got my Metamask Angelblocks on there, my Algorand which is a big part of my port, i'd rather those not be stolen from a shady connection This way i can work on my pcs and not be afraid of links since i have no actual wallets on it or such, But i wanna soon get a tablet kinda device, for cheapish, and put the SD card on it, a hard password on it, 2FA on all wallet apps, and airplane mode always on unless I wanna use the wallets and keep a portable battery in my car if i ever run out of battery for it when i go somewhere, It'll basically be a hardware wallet at that point, but more interactive, maybe there is gonna be an open source OS for devices coming out and ill use that when it happens

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There are three I would consider to use with my phone. First is [Coldcard](https://coldcard.com/) which passes transactions between the iPhone and the wallet with an SD card so you need an iPhone adapter. Next is [Keystone](https://keyst.one/) who are a little newer but far easier to use while still being airgapped like Coldcard. Keystone is used with a phone by passing transactions through scanned QR codes. Lastly and my personal favorite is [Foundation Devices](https://foundationdevices.com/) which works just like keystone with airgapped QR codes. These guys are new on the scene but check all the right boxes like full open source everything, made in USA, broad compatibility etc. Unfortunately whichever you choose the wallets that are usable with mobile phones are a little more expensive. Hope this helps.

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I'm at the part where I see an image of a link that ends with ...SD0.jpg I tried to make the box bigger, but it says there is an edit protection When I try to remove it, it asks for a password

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We are early prices are back! ![gif](giphy|IwAZ6dvvvaTtdI8SD5|downsized)

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No worries, your BTC is still safe on the blockchain, even if the coldcard dies. The cold card is just a safe way to control your keys to the BTC. If the coldcard dies you can still get your BTC with your seed. You can also use the SD slot to make an encrypted backup of your coldcard. With the SD card and a password (ideally stored in different locations) you can restore your settings onto a different coldcard. It has a ton of features so it can be as simple or complicated as you want it to be!

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The cold card has physical buttons, but based on your description, he may still not be able to use that by himself of he uses the SD card (it's fidgety). An idea of the type of devices he can use might be helpful. If you have a keyboard or accessibility input devices, there's a chance that the SeedSigner will work with it since it takes usb input and if not, tweet at @seedsigner because I'm sure they would lap up the chance to work with you to build something that is accessible. That would be a massive win and you'd be an invaluable contributor to bitcoin for it. ❤️❤️❤️

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Yes. I also recently used a microSD -> SD -> iPhone w/BlueWallet to setup a watch-only wallet.

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> spending. PSBT just like a hardware wallet which provides SD card as a means for transferring from the online to offline side.

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Umbrel is pretty good, but you might have to be familiar with a few things like reflashing an SD card, or SSH in to fix something, as its not always perfect and gets stuck sometimes.

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Noob question incoming Cold Card users: After I sign the transaction and it gets confirmed on the network can I delete all the files I made on the SD card? the two .psbt and the final .txn files? Is there any reason to keep them after it is confirmed on chain?

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Lets party! ![gif](giphy|IwAZ6dvvvaTtdI8SD5|downsized)

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I had a cassette player then a cd-player Walkman. Then mp3s came out, then cloud storage, and now I can hold a terabyte of information on a micro-SD card. Don't underestimate technology. Just wait till all the robotics and AI come out, so many people are going to be left behind.

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Ya I was talking today with someone about humanoid robotics in homes and manufactures. An estimate came out on when we will start seeing prototypes come out, and it is September this year. The person didn't believe me, and then I pointed out remember this [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67CUudkjEG4](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67CUudkjEG4) 12 years ago [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SD6Okylclb8](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SD6Okylclb8) 8 years ago [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVlhMGQgDkY](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVlhMGQgDkY) 6 years ago [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tF4DML7FIWk](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tF4DML7FIWk) 9 months ago And Disney [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oyXl3IhonRM](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oyXl3IhonRM) late 2021 (robot spiderman to do stunts) &#x200B; We spent more time trying to figure out how to just get the thing to stand and then walk vs everything else. We went to something a 3 year old already master, to stuff people who been doing stunts their entire life might not even be able to do. When you look at this in detail, all manufacturing jobs in the next 5 years are realistically not going to be there. Even things like mechanics on cars might be more done by robotics. &#x200B; When you look at AGI, we are getting stupid close. And that is showing in 5 years we are likely to have a version 1 which will give us the AI and robots we would want in homes as our friends. Even getting AI to replace jobs like drivers, news host, artist, movie writers, etc it is getting stupid close to when we will see some of that. Like there is already 100% self driving taxis in some areas in the USA, there has been test in China on using AI as a news host, AI is already challenging jobs like graphic artist, and so on. And for the many, it's like it happened overnight. But for those who been around this for some time, we know it has taken a decades of work getting here.

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You’ll also need a SSD case, a cooling case for your raspberry pi, ab ethernet cable, a usb c type charger and a SD card reader to flash your SD card.

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If you're not familiar with the raspberry pi I would say Umbrel is the simplest to install and run. You literally flash an image to the SD card, plug it all in and it does everything for you. It's also very simple to manage once up and running because it uses a GUI instead of CLI. The apps are also a huge plus since they also run through the GUI and everything is just click to install and open. I've been running umbrel for about a year so I don't know if other "node in a box" setups have stepped up their GUI. I initially tried raspibolt and couldn't get through the setup, then tried regular bitcoin core and eventually landed on umbrel which has worked great for me. That being said, the biggest complaints I see about umbrel are the fact that it's still in development stage and some updates cause more problems than they fix. For the most part everything runs fine after an update but I've had an issue before. Worst case scenario youll have to re-flash the SD and go through the setup process with your seed but the blockchain will still be on the SSD so no IBD. The best solution is to hold off on updates for a week or two until it's been vetted or only if it has a new feature you want. Just make sure to turn off auto updates. I would stay away from just running Bitcoin Core itself off the pi since it requires quite a bit of Linux skills to get everything set up for youupdated. Lastly, Umbrel has also been the easiest way for me to figure out lightning since it come with the umbrel package. Just remember that umbrel does everything over Tor so it can be quite a bit slower than using clear net but this is a huge upgrade to privacy.

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