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Ayuda!, Como Configurar mi ESP32 para NerdMiner Bitcoin ?

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Trying to find a hardware wallet

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Nerd Miner Review: I bought a BTC lottery miner, now I am an active part of the BTC network!

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Watchout using open source WiFi

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IPOLLO V1 MINI CLASSIC WIFI $580 USDT/Pc.

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Just some noteworthy ways to avoid getting hacked

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shIT

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Full node - Raspberry Pi 4 - WIFI

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What coins in your portfolio has been sleeping but in which you HODL WIFI changing faith?

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I took a 2 weeks+ break from everything crypto

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10 Crypto Security Tips You Must Follow

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Guide on making incredible gains with almost no effort

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Understanding scams on mobile devices.

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Mobile device security education for crypto.

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Recent Sovereignty Concerns with Bitcoin

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Is it safe to connect the Ledger Nano S to the computer that had an issue like this? (a little complicated issue)

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Using Tails as a cold storage

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NANO transactions are still not getting confirmed. BEWARE IF YOU ARE MAKING ANY TRANSACTIONS

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generating seeds and segwit addresses using Pything bitocin library.

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For those paranoid hodlers without hardware wallets. (or even new guys looking to find a goo secure way to generate a seed)

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What Kind of Computer Equipment And Component's Would Someone Need To Build A Small Upto Medium Sized Data Mining Operation? MSI B550M PRO-VDH WIFI Motherboard.

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Please Put In "Layman's" Term's I'm No Cyber Whiz, Or Computer Scientist. I'll Use A MSI B550M PRO-VDH WIFI Motherboard And I'll Also Have A Dell Optiplex 755 Desktop Computer.

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If you use a Pi Zero without WIFI, I'd still consider it very safe. The software is open-source. There isn't much a compromised firmware could do.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Every single time someone recommended doing any key management with a website, I would condemn them and tell them how completely and utterly irresponsible they are to create such a website and tell people its safe to use. All the irresponsible idiots that naively thought it was ok to do what they were doing because they personally weren't trying to steal people's money have a lot of the blame. I'll say it again: **It was always crazy and stupid to do key management on a web application. Yes, EVEN IF YOU DOWNLOAD IT AND TURN OFF YOUR WIFI. Doing that is not airgapping.**

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

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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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Tangem is based in Switzerland and ships from Hong Kong, not a big deal. Seed is generated with the Phone in airplane mode with WIFI OFF. Tangem is for those who like to keep it simple but still have good security. Credit card sized Cards and a Smart Phone, can't get much simpler than that. I've been using mine for 3 months, no problems.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

This. Old desktop which even dont have WIFI/BT modules. Erase disk with DBAN. Install Linux Mint and Electrum from USB, check all signatures before. Never ever connect UTP or other cable or USB again. Connect just USB camera for scanning QR code for signing transactions. Run Electrum in cold mode. That's it.

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Haha, my L1 gems like QANX and RIO, along with privacy and DePIN projects like WIFI and ZANO, are holding strong during these dips.

r/BitcoinSee Comment

There are a variety of YouTube videos and articles breaking down the options more thoroughly, and it's always wise to get various opinions. Searching "2024 crypto wallets" should generate enough samples. Essentially, there are cold and hot wallets, and some subcategories. Most secure to least secure are: 1. cold and airgapped, meaning a cable is required to connect to your pc/phone; 2. cold and not airgapped, meaning you can connect by BT or WIFI 3. hot wallet, meaning it is an APP or PC software that you connect to the APP's / SW's site for access, trades, and storage. Trade-offs are security versus accessibility (storage for HODL versus market access for trades/swaps). If you're only wanting to securely store for years, then #1 is your go-to. If you buy #1 or #2, only buy direct from the manufacturer. As to where to store the physical wallet and the recovery details and seed phrase, there are various opinions on that. Finally, a key consideration is your pc and/or phone that you access your crypto with needs security to be as tight as you can get it (NSA-level LOL). Some argue for dedicated tech just for crypto.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Actually a really interesting question rather than just looking for the next meme coin or shit coin that has no use case. Unfortunately Reddit is the worse place to ask this question due to the fact that the replies to anything are overwhelmingly negative. If I had to choose i would stick to the DePin sector and say any token that has a cloud computing utility aimed towards AI due to the need for computing power as AI advances. $AKASH could be an example of this. I don’t hold any before people start with the shill nonsense. Another could be $NUCO nuco cloud based in Germany I believe. Another example that I do hold and I like as a use case would be $WIFI token from WiFi Map. It is an established app (on the App Store)with millions of users world wide and is constantly adding new regions. It allows you to connect to WiFi anywhere in the world using local WiFi hotspots without the need of being connected to a mobile carrier. I think it’s great for poorer regions to be able to access the internet and for travellers to remain connected. The token is earned in app by adding additional hotspot locations.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

In fairness, OP is full of shit. It takes 5 seconds just for the app to load, then you have to enter your passkey, then you have to navigate to the missions tab (3-8 second load), then you have to unlock the missions (more waiting) and do the status check. I used it stopwatch. It takes almost 30 seconds. 802.11 ax WIFI, at home alone, 10 feet from the router, on a gigabit connection. He also must go to the store 14 times to open the rewards and I'm sure he spent a large amount of time checking every day to see how close he was to getting a mystery box.

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Fingers crossed, mate. I'm not only hoping on dVPN but also on some other trends including FET (AI), WIFI (DePINS), QANX (QR) and ZANO (Privacy).

r/BitcoinSee Comment

no, my Cold Wallet is never connected to USB / Internet / WIFI.

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The DePINS and RWA narratives are on fire at the moment. Managed to lock in up to 7x profits from my investments in MATTER, WIFI, and STBU. Now, setting my sights on the hot QVM narrative as we face the looming quantum threat. I'm building up my stash of QANX in anticipation of what's to come.

r/BitcoinSee Comment

Having said that, unless it has autonomous WIFI connection, it should be safe. Honestly, the way seed phrases work is just pure probability but there is always the slight chance you get Satoshi's exact seed phrases haha.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

A factory reset phone with software update, Electrum installed, and WIFI turned off is not a bad option. In addition to what others have commented, you could make the phone tamper-evident by putting tamper-evident labels on it (so that you would know if someone opened it). Between uses, you could put it inside an envelope sealed with another tamper-evident label. If any of the labels were compromised, you could simply restore the wallet on another device.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

This is the way of the true bitcoiner… also, you can save the website IAN COLMAN BIP39 tools and on a STRIPED DOWN (no SSD/HD/WIFI/NETWORK etc computer), use DICE (like even 10 dice at a time etc) and throw them 10 dice x10 times to give you 100 dice roles… Imput the data on the offline/striped down computer will give you your own bitcoin keys. Not for computer illiterate people, I consider this at least intermediate level… the “average” person should stick to a good quality signing device like a COLD CARD etc.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

How do you interact with the world if you're not connected? 5G connection or HOME WIFI = 99.99% no risk... Unless you have crap installed on your device.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

In theory it's a great idea! If you loose your primary device with codes you're kinda fucked. BUT what I did was completely wipe and old phone, and only run google Authenticator on it. I never have to connect it to the WIFI for anything else. It has all the codes on it in case I loose access to my primary device.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

IF DERE’s NO EWEKTRIC GRID DERES NO CWPTO!!! DID U KNO DAT BWO? IF DA GOVERNMENT TURN OF DA WIFI YOU BE LUCKY TO GET ANY WIFI -anoneatsworld

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Before even talking about regulation, protection or other, I will tell you a basic anecdote. I live in Belgium, I was robbed and my devices were reconnected to WIFI at the thief's. It was 3 years ago, all you had to do was make a request to the internet provider to have the location of the thieves and the police did nothing. Thieves have been playing with my switch for 3 years. So until they move to catch thieves of "virtual currencies", it's not in Europe that they will be in danger...

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

In a decentralized WIFI no one can see you’re browsing porn!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I have a 25yo car that I haven't washed in over 5 years, I dress in rags, and no one would ever guess that I have WIFI in my cardboard box.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

If you really want cheap "paper" wallet, just buy RassperryPI Zero for 5$ (it is totaly offline, even dont have WIFI/BT chip), download Electrum, copy to RPI with USB key, ***verify PGP***, install. Generate new wallet, write down you seed and store it. Then you can save in Excel any number of public addresses and use them as "paper" wallet. When you will need to spend them, you have a seed stored. You can even use Electrum on offline RPI0 as cold wallet, just to sign transactions.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Nice, different way of cold storage. Even comes with a Linus end around to stop WIFI hackers.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Best is to use AirGap wallet with an old modded device with SIM removed, WIFI disabled and phone hardware locked with reset after certain number of passcode failure attempts

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

ya i kinda want to do the same thing. I've been asking laser engraver makers if their machines have any built in memory. If they don't you could buy a $30 laptop with no WIFI, engrave then destroy the laptop. so far no luck. you can look into salt water etching, although a dog tag will be difficult, metal business card size is probably doable

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Assume that 50% of Windows PCs on this planet are hacked and regularly browsed by non-owners. We don't hear about it because usually there is nothing there to find, hackers look here and there and just move on. Why would someone store thousands and not spent $50 on Ledger Nano S? Or have USB stick with Ubuntu, boot it when WIFI and Ethernet are disabled, sign transaction with keys located there, copy it to regular system ssd (file with transaction, not the keys), then boot Windows, re-enable Internet, send transaction (this is too much for me to not spend $50, but I'd totally be doing it before age of 30).

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Would still open a ticket, just in case he has WIFI in jail. He has nothing to do there, might as well handle tickets.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

The WIFI at the mental hospital is working again.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

“We suspect you own 10BTC”. Me “I don’t. Please prove I have controlling power over those wallets you’ve identified”. Quickly spin up new wallets and move them through mixers (using a few simple http requests sent through my raspberry Pi connected to public WIFI) and poof, BTC invisible.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

*The mental hospital WIFI is back up*...

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

WIFI is fine. I used to have my node in the kitchen just as a conversation starter when guests were around.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I like how you think. An average person consumes and discards a lot of plastic, energy to run his automobile, and the energy provide to him WIFI, minerals and metals that make up your phone or computer, Now multiply this with billions . Ditto, ditto, ditto. Whats my point ?? I got no point, just taking the argument to it's logical conclusion.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

There are a number of utility like projects on the go. Helium Network - WIFI hotspot network competing with Amazon sidewalk, there are many similar projects. Theta Network - decentralized web services and more Akash - Another decentralized web service Sentinel & Mysterium - Decentralized VPN There are a ton more I just don't want to put that much into it and haven't looked in a while.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Nice time of the year to take a trip to mars if i do say so myself . No WIFI there to goggle at the charts

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r/CryptoCurrenciesSee Comment

I don’t do anything financial on strange WIFI… is it worth the risk?

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r/CryptoCurrenciesSee Comment

I’m mostly a top 10 coin guy… meaning I’m old with more to lose. Where I HAVE gone out on a limb (but still following the above) I’ve picked up bags of KDA (imagine BTC and ETH had a designer baby), HNT (physical WIFI), CKB and ONE (both interoperability plays).

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

WIFI might be a challenge 6ft under

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>in which you HODL WIFI changing faith? Can’t wait for algo to moon so I can avail that 100 mbps plan

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

is it more safe to trade via WIFI or cellphone 5g network in general? thanks for clarifying in advance.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

> The average person would never want to touch an asset where a 20%+ dip is a very real possibility. The price is going to have to become more predictable before your average mom and pop want to buy. Was the concept of crypt to ever try and replicate a stock market? I thought it was to offer a variation of currency to pay for goods and services. Cryptocurrency should not have ever been about "getting rich" but that is the flavor we are about today. It's merely an investment tool, and the technology behind it is of less importance. Anyone will buy any coin if they think they can make 10x, 100x, 1000x on it as a money making tool. Crypto in general is still too tech heavy and tech savvy for the avg person to ever wrap their heads around. The households in this country who still have members of the family relying on their kids to fix their computer problem, or get some streaming platform to work cause THE WIFI is down are still way too high.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Don't know if that advice is good because now i will have a notification that will remind me to check the charts. I think best advice is to turn off WIFI, Turn of DATA MOBILE, put on Airplane mode, Remove SIM, Destroy SIM, Destroy Smartphone. Remove Internet Cable From PC, delete C://Windows fodler, Destroy PC.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Radio waves... which are connected to a LAN/WAN (local or wide area network) that handles the processing of the radio waves data, then would if we're talking about an existing chain like Doge still make it's way back to the internet at some point to validate blockchain transactions, prices etc. StarLink is radio waves, 3-5G is radio waves... WIFI is radio waves..., none of this is new, or ground breaking... rural and off grid regions already use combinations of these different technologies to relay to one another and then ultimately get back to a ground station that would connect to the internet. If it does not get back to the internet, then it's not Doge, it's some regional offline local network doing it's own chain over local wireless super centralized... kind of pointless.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

WIFI extend internet and add values to it but lightning has nothing to do on Bitcoin enhancements.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

You summarized and said it better than me! I think holding your own keys is important, but we have to remember this is a society we had to invent a WPS button for because no one could be bothered to enter their WIFI password on devices, so I am only trying to get Bitcoiners to understand and manage realistic expectations.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Could this get me in trouble if I use the company network for it? Its an open WIFI for visitors so we do have a lot of freedom here. But sending the same request over and over again in a fraction of a second will somehow stick out right?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>I think getting involved with HNT is not the worst speculative investment you could make Ya I'm hopeful for the long term. But it clearly isn't what most are thinking from the mining side. I do think if they fix a handful of things like promoting backup for outages due to storms or whatever, use relay system for if your net gives out you can still do what you need to, and so on. I think it could be worth while. I think they will take off or someone will when WIFI comes out. Like I've heard of why not star link, but there is problems with that. For 1 it's a $500 hardware for you to have your own internet and 2 it's $100/m. Where most people mostly are text based (email, FB, etc) and the rest is streaming like YouTube or Netflix. Very few use a ton of data so having a global mesh internet system to bypass corrupt ISP might be something. ​ Something I'm going to push to HNT a way to even use cars on the road to do this. Basically a way where people can plug in things into their USB or cig lighter in their car which acts as a hotspot. Get enough of them in an area and have at least 1 or more talking to the internet and you have your own network. The only worry they might have is legal, but since you're using your private internet it shouldn't be a problem. Even more if they partner with a logless VPN like PIA which hides any possibility that your home/car/boat/plane/etc has these devices.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

So it's not a WIFI network. It is a WAN but it is using a RF signal tech called LoRaWAN, and is intended to supply small bandwidth IoT devices with a network so they don't get raked over the coals to transmit data over wi-fi. As far as hotspot density in your area it can definitely be an issue, and is affected by was is refferd to as Reward Scaling. The network is broken down into layers of Hexagons and if your hexagon overlaps another hotspots you will be scaled accordingly. This sounds worse than it is but is something to keep in mind. My hotspot in Miami is in a very popular area but is scaled to maybe .8

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm glad you asked! First, understand that I live on weekly paychecks from manufacturing general labor, so this is all I think about all day when I can't check the prices on my *escape plan*. The truth is, I really want to stake an NFT of my employee ID as a clock-in mechanism and be paid based on the labor matrix of each unit I help produce during the time I spend on the production floor... And there will be a universal oracle solution for location based clocking out using my personal device and a local WIFI intranet web portal (with MAC address whitelist) that connects to the wallet my NFT is staked from, or to be real worldly: as soon as I move out of Wifi range, the company's Oracle smart contract updates the MAC Address connection verification contract which triggers the Employee ID NFT to unstake, and I am "clocked out". The dividends from the staking contract are paid in local currency stable coin, created by a DEFI loan against the value of our product: An NFT of a business invoice is purchased and we all get paid based on the size of our "time" in the labor contract. The actual payment will be an LP token that auto swaps and burns when the Invoice NFT's Defi loan is payed off by the purchaser when the product is delivered. The value of the NFT Invoice comes from the proof of liquidity in the wallet that made the order; you must purchase the NFT for the value of the order in the stablecoin that we are paid in, this way, each company doesn't need a custom token chain and airdrop marketing ploy. No more wooden nickel shitcoins for small businesses. Honestly, we should have started this ten years ago.

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one day this price swings will be gone it will be like 5% upb5% down and crypto wont matter anymore (the tech) will give it time. Like Hotch says a WIFI moment where it all just works.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It’s clear someone or some entity is paying her to talk like always. The moron can’t even figure out WIFI.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

WIFI = to connect to the blockhain Camera = to scan QR codes contacts = to send btc to contacts run at startup = every app does, to be able to receive notifications

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I’ve been there too on business, Mumbai and Bangalore, and thé WIFI is spotty at best.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I ran home after work to get WIFI and bought more ETH and got an entry on DOT... missed the juiciest part of the dip though, lol.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Not mean or to long at all my friend. I think what i want to touch on is your response of its not main stream like tiktok or insta. Completely agree. but those are main stream in a lot of ways because of their ease of use. Its not complicated, take picture/video and upload. boom done. Thats why i say that exchanges like Coinbase are fantastic. Super easy to use for anyone. I dont even believe the younger generation, other than a handful have the capacity to understand crypto. For instance, my 18 year old nephew called me a few months ago because he was having computer issues. I asked whats going on and he said his wifi keeps getting in and out. I said well im pretty sure when we (me and him) built his computer together, we didnt put a wifi card in their because you wanted to connect with ethernet for gaming. He reiterates that wifi just wasnt working. After about 20 minutes he explains to me that when he shakes the WIFI CABLE, his internet will go in and out. This dummy didnt even know that was an ethernet cable, much less even knew that wifi was when you wirelessly connect to the internet. Thats why i dont hold out hope for the younger generation. They may have grown up with the tech, but they are just as clueless as grandma and grandpa.

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

There is. You're just relying on someone to do it for you. - [ ] Use a dedicated email for each exchange. Do not send anything else to that email. EVER! - [ ] Every place you login should have its own password. Each exchange, wallet and email should have its own password. - [ ] Use dedicated, unique and complex passwords for every place you login for crypto. Each exchange / wallet should have its own password. - [ ] Never save passwords on your phone under autosave. - [ ] Never keep passwords in your phone period. Don't even take pictures of them. Do not store passwords electronically ever! - [ ] Keep two copies of your passwords in safe locations. - [ ] Do not use cloud services to backup your phone - [ ] Never click on links, text from people you don't know - [ ] I use two phones. One for nothing but crypto. I never take calls, text or surf the web on it. It is strictly for crypto. - [ ] Use Google authenticator. Keep it saved on more than one device so you always have a backup. - [ ] Do not use text messages for your 2FA. SIM swaps can still steal your info and drain your accounts. - [ ] Enable whitelisting so that no one can get into your account and immediately transfer coins out. On Coinbase Pro it takes 48 hours to add a new address. Gives you time to lock your account if needed. - [ ] Use a VPN if possible. - [ ] Never use WIFI locations that you don't know. I never use WIFI for my crypto phone. VPN should be used if you do. - [ ] Use Yubikey to make it impossible for a scammer to take your crypto. KEEP TWO of them, one as a backup so you don't get locked out if you lose or damage one. Redundancy is key to your security. Have backups of everything needed to get into your accounts. If you do these things you cannot be scammed or hacked at this point in time. Always look for new security measures as threats come up.

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Let's talk security We all hear so many people being scammed. Most people are not ready for the crypto world due to a lack of knowledge on internet security. Most of us were never taught this stuff. Exchanges are not going to accept liability for our personal lack of understanding on internet security unless it gets regulated that way. - [ ] Use a dedicated email for each exchange. Do not send anything else to that email. EVER! - [ ] Every place you login should have its own password. Each exchange, wallet and email should have its own password. - [ ] Use dedicated, unique and complex passwords for every place you login for crypto. Each exchange / wallet should have its own password. - [ ] Never save passwords on your phone under autosave. - [ ] Never keep passwords in your phone period. Don't even take pictures of them. Do not store passwords electronically ever! - [ ] Keep two copies of your passwords in safe locations. - [ ] Do not use cloud services to backup your phone - [ ] Never click on links, text from people you don't know - [ ] I use two phones. One for nothing but crypto. I never take calls, text or surf the web on it. It is strictly for crypto. - [ ] Use Google authenticator. Keep it saved on more than one device so you always have a backup. - [ ] Do not use text messages for your 2FA. SIM swaps can still steal your info and drain your accounts. - [ ] Enable whitelisting so that no one can get into your account and immediately transfer coins out. On Coinbase Pro it takes 48 hours to add a new address. Gives you time to lock your account if needed. - [ ] Use a VPN if possible. - [ ] Never use WIFI locations that you don't know. I never use WIFI for my crypto phone. VPN should be used if you do. - [ ] Use Yubikey to make it impossible for a scammer to take your crypto. KEEP TWO of them, one as a backup so you don't get locked out if you lose or damage one. Redundancy is key to your security. Have backups of everything needed to get into your accounts. If you do these things you cannot be scammed or hacked at this point in time. Always look for new security measures as threats come up.

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I wrote this up yesterday just for this. Let's talk security We all hear so many people being scammed. Most people are not ready for the crypto world due to a lack of knowledge on internet security. Most of us were never taught this stuff. Exchanges are not going to accept liability for our personal lack of understanding on internet security unless it gets regulated that way. - [ ] Use a dedicated email for each exchange. Do not send anything else to that email. EVER! - [ ] Every place you login should have its own password. Each exchange, wallet and email should have its own password. - [ ] Use dedicated, unique and complex passwords for every place you login for crypto. Each exchange / wallet should have its own password. - [ ] Never save passwords on your phone under autosave. - [ ] Never keep passwords in your phone period. Don't even take pictures of them. Do not store passwords electronically ever! - [ ] Keep two copies of your passwords in safe locations. - [ ] Do not use cloud services to backup your phone - [ ] Never click on links, text from people you don't know - [ ] I use two phones. One for nothing but crypto. I never take calls, text or surf the web on it. It is strictly for crypto. - [ ] Use Google authenticator. Keep it saved on more than one device so you always have a backup. - [ ] Do not use text messages for your 2FA. SIM swaps can still steal your info and drain your accounts. - [ ] Enable whitelisting so that no one can get into your account and immediately transfer coins out. On Coinbase Pro it takes 48 hours to add a new address. Gives you time to lock your account if needed. - [ ] Use a VPN if possible. - [ ] Never use WIFI locations that you don't know. I never use WIFI for my crypto phone. VPN should be used if you do. - [ ] Use Yubikey to make it impossible for a scammer to take your crypto. KEEP TWO of them, one as a backup so you don't get locked out if you lose or damage one. Redundancy is key to your security. Have backups of everything needed to get into your accounts. If you do these things you cannot be scammed or hacked at this point in time. Always look for new security measures as threats come up.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

One more thing I can think of. No joining WIFI hotspots that you don't know. Lots of fake WIFI spots setup to get into your phones.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

USB? I'm with your friend.. really low probability someone is monitoring the usb traffic. The guy would basically be there trying to steal important details. I'm with you.. your friend is taking a risk he shouldn't.. it's just not probable to bite him in the arse. if it was WIFI printing.. then that would be much more risky... depending on proximity to others who might want to listen in.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I moved $500 profit from another project into Safemoon March 15th. It gave me well over 10 Billion tokens. I cashed out $1500 just after the free fall started and I’m leaving the rest in for now, purely out of morbid curiosity (still green though). That sub is unreal! They’re still yelling(gurgling) “buy the dip!” as the water rises above their lips. God forbid you state a fact that is remotely critical of the project or team because the roar of FUD will leave you reeling. The homeless looking Wizard shops for super cars like most people shop for socks, and the CEO goes through Rolex watches like Prince Andrew goes through 14 year olds. Safemoon Mark got hired on to the team and promptly released his own token…which just got “hacked” of $4million. He is nowhere to be found because Caribbean resorts don’t have WIFI beachside. All the while the infatuated cheerleaders swoon and “buy the dip!”

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Another big tip, if you are planning on using your phone despite OP saying don't. Please be cautious of connecting to an unknown WIFI. Use your 4G or make sure you are only connecting to secure WIFI.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Damn it's hard to believe this was written in the 80s. Talk about foreshadowing. This is like the 'I thought of WIFI in the 80s' dialogue from Tron: Legacy.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Hell if they are willing to go that far. Make an Alt Account. Use a VPN, go to a café with WIFI post the entire correspondence. (I do not actually recommend this, however would love to see this done.)

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I have not even swapped mine over to a hardware wallet yet, I know I should and have looked into the one I want, but it hurts me to spend the money. So me teaching someone who knows nothing about crypto would prob not end well. My computer is hardwired and I can shut off the WIFI settings and follow other safety protocols like going offline to run javascript wallet? Any reason not to use bitcoinpaperwallet?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Will probably drop more, I might have to check profitability in terms of ETH when I get WIFI set up.

Mentions:#ETH#WIFI
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

for a few years around that time the SSID of my WIFI was Hide Yo Kids Hide Yo WIFI

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>EFANI Thanks man for EFANi, I haven't heard of it. Is it possible to use second phone, but without SIM card, and only connect to the internet via home WIFI?

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

can you show a bitcoin in a museum as art? That will be the greatest modern art ever invented - just the empty room with WIFI signal. The exxhibition will put a description of the artwork: here in this room, over wifi network bitcoin are being traded online. Price of this artwork will reach millions of worthless dollars. Peak of humanity indeed

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Just got off a 15 hour plane ride with no WIFI. Thank you people for holding the first down!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Oh no. Ive commented and now there is a visable WIFI called Police Surveilance Van 2 showing lol.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

BTC has a 10 year track record, how many coins were supposed to be a BTC killer? yet, BTC is still no 1. True about the BTC vs Gold thing. Unfortunately Nano is no the answer. Been here since 2015, had enough time to prove it's useful but here we are. Only thing Nano really achieved was gaining a bunch of delusional followers. Also, crypto is pretty much useless when it comes to using it on a day to day basis. We are decades away from using crypto on a daily basis. Nano is fast and feeless, great. I can't spend it anywhere, I can't pay bills or buy groceries with it so what's the point? This applies to all coins currently, the only thing you can really do with crypto is trade with it or use it as a hedge(why people are buying BTC). Crypto should be seen for what it is, a money making opportunity. A way to be financially better off. Once crypto goes mainstream and you can use it to pay bills, groceries etc. You're not going to give a shit about the underlying tech. Just like you don't care about HTTPS, fibre, emails, WIFI etc. We're all here to make a bit of money and you say you're only here for the tech you're just full of shit.

Mentions:#BTC#WIFI
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

So lets talk about how you can avoid this shit in the future for anyone who cares to read: IMO this is best steps for security / safety. 1.) Get a laptop from a retailer. Any will do. FRESH out of box (aka not used). ONLY use for crypto. NEVER for anything other than things like '[coinbase.com](https://coinbase.com)' or coinbase pro. Whatever exchange you are using. Keep it UNPLUGGED from the internet and DISABLE wifi or dont get one with WIFI enabled. Maybe look into getting a good firewall set up on this computer, just in case. STOP clicking on random shit. STOP putting in your password, ANYWHERE other than the official website that you use. Make damn sure you are on the official website every time. 2.) Buy a Yubikey from [Yubico.com](https://Yubico.com) ONLY buy stuff like this from official websites. Use this as your '2FA' for your exchange of choice. They can hack your info but they cant physically press a button that you have in your house. Unless they are.. in your house which then you have other problems.

Mentions:#WIFI#STOP
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Undeniable proof of Binance fraud in future contracts https://youtube.com/shorts/PskUF-9kGvo?feature=share Here look at the Mark price fluctuate in the mobile app and see how it remains stable in the computer BROWSER application 1) BINANCE APP IS NOT BEING USED ON THE COMPUTER 2) BINANCE APP IS BEING USED ONTHE MOBILE Otherwise all other. Factors remain the same. 1) same Contract BNBUSD 2) SAME crypto currency’s exchange (BINANCE) 3) SAME WIFI CONNECTION 4) SAME TIME YET... you will DIFFERENT Mark price in MOBILE BINANCE APP AS A RESULT OF CLEAR PRICE MANIPULATION THROUGH BINANCE APP AI. We have been calling for the CFTC and various other global agencies that prevent fraud and ensure fair and equitable trade practices worldwide to look into this since December 2020.

Mentions:#WIFI#TIME
r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Comment

But I go and create WIFI, which is essentially a copy of SIFI and then poach SIFI investors that got in later with a “just like SIFI but you’re early” pitch, how will SIFI grow? Then a few days later HIFI comes out and offers essentially the same thing as WIFI and SIFI but now “you’re in earlier”. Then a day after that MYFI comes out. And on and on and on. Pretty soon the shitcoin gamblers cash stash is stretched and you’re invested in a few of these HOGE (near) copycats in an entire ocean of HOGE copycats hoping new investors choose SIFI over WIFI, HIFI and MYFI

r/BitcoinSee Comment

I live in a rural area and my ISP limits the total gigabytes I can download to 25GB per month which has to suffice for all of my routine uses like browsing, videos, software downloads, emails, etc., as well as anything like downloading blockchains. It is for this reason that I don’t run a regular Bitcoin node. I can connect my Android phone to my WIFI but whatever it downloads counts against my monthly limit. I would like to experiment with running a Lightning node. 1) Would it be feasible for someone with my download limits to run a Lightning node? 2) How much download capacity per month would a Lightning node require? 3) What would be a good wallet for me to experiment with if I’d like to run a node under these conditions? Thanks for any advice.

Mentions:#GB#WIFI
r/BitcoinSee Comment

> Security Advisory > Concerning web-based wallets. Why are they so insecure? > > In order to allow law enforcement and intelligence agencies to intercept encrypted messages, HTTPS implements a well-known backdoor. > > The certificate for a site's public key can be issued by 600+ different certificate authorities, some of which are very shady. Therefore, any attacker on a node in between your device and the website server can intercept the public key and the real certificate and replace it by a fake couple of credentials. > > From there on, the Man In The Middle (MITM) can completely decrypt your not so secure communications over HTTPS. A large number of attackers, working various WIFI locations, telecom operators, and backbone operators will automatically harvest userids and passwords from multiple known sites such as indeed blockchain.com. They also intercept a massive number of fiat banking logins and passwords, usually, with a view on selling them on the darknet. > > Therefore, a thefting occurrence is just a question of time. All that needs to happen, is that one node on the route between your computer and the website happens to be compromised. > > This type of attack is typically automated with tools such as: https://mitmproxy.org. > > A fourteen year old script kiddie can learn how to do that in just a few weeks. > > This problem also arises when using websites such as coinbase.com. An exchange that you access through the browser is an accident waiting to happen. It is just a question of time and your money will be gone. You can still use them for small amounts if you make sure not to leave your coins on the exchange's website for extended periods of time. > > In other words, never use a web application for secure computing. Websites can simply not be secured. This is by design so. Thank you. So what do you suggest?

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

--------------------- Security Advisory --------------------- **Concerning web-based wallets. Why are they so insecure?** In order to allow law enforcement and intelligence agencies to intercept encrypted messages, **HTTPS implements a well-known backdoor**. The certificate for a site's public key can be issued by 600+ different certificate authorities, some of which are very shady. Therefore, any attacker on a node in between your device and the website server can intercept the public key and the real certificate and replace it by a **fake couple of credentials**. From there on, the Man In The Middle (MITM) can completely decrypt your not so secure communications over HTTPS. A large number of attackers, working various WIFI locations, telecom operators, and backbone operators will automatically harvest userids and passwords from multiple known sites such as indeed **blockchain.com**. They also intercept a massive number of fiat banking logins and passwords, usually, with a view on selling them on the darknet. Therefore, a **thefting occurrence** is just a question of time. All that needs to happen, is that one node on the route between your computer and the website happens to be **compromised**. This type of **attack is typically automated** with tools such as: https://mitmproxy.org. A fourteen year old script kiddie can learn how to do that in just a few weeks. This problem also arises when using websites such as **coinbase.com**. An exchange that you access through the browser is an accident waiting to happen. It is **just a question of time** and **your money will be gone**. You can still use them for small amounts if you make sure not to leave your coins on the exchange's website for extended periods of time. In other words, never use a web application for secure computing. **Websites can simply not be secured.** This is by design so.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yeah i agree, like with so much tech around us we don't need to understand how it works, e.g TV's, WIFI, computers, credit card payments etc we just need to know how to use it. However at this point the use of crypto isn't really obvious, unlike with a TV, Computer etc the benefits are immediately obvious to a user. At the moment people don't really know how/why/what they'd do with most of these coins.

Mentions:#TV#WIFI
r/BitcoinSee Comment

--------------------- Security Advisory --------------------- **Concerning web-based wallets. Why are they so insecure?** In order to allow law enforcement and intelligence agencies to intercept encrypted messages, **HTTPS implements a well-known backdoor**. The certificate for a site's public key can be issued by 600+ different certificate authorities, some of which are very shady. Therefore, any attacker on a node in between your device and the website server can intercept the public key and the real certificate and replace it by a **fake couple of credentials**. From there on, the Man In The Middle (MITM) can completely decrypt your not so secure communications over HTTPS. A large number of attackers, working various WIFI locations, telecom operators, and backbone operators will automatically harvest userids and passwords from multiple known sites such as indeed **blockchain.com**. They also intercept a massive number of fiat banking logins and passwords, usually, with a view on selling them on the darknet. Therefore, a **thefting occurrence** is just a question of time. All that needs to happen, is that one node on the route between your computer and the website happens to be **compromised**. This type of **attack is typically automated** with tools such as: https://mitmproxy.org. A fourteen year old script kiddie can learn how to do that in just a few weeks. This problem also arises when using websites such as **coinbase.com**. An exchange that you access through the browser is an accident waiting to happen. It is **just a question of time** and **your money will be gone**. You can still use them for small amounts if you make sure not to leave your coins on the exchange's website for extended periods of time. In other words, never use a web application for secure computing. **Websites can simply not be secured.** This is by design so.

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