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  1. This video briefly explains the security of the Bitcoin. The security behind randomness within private keys. The viewer can learn what are paper wallets and what is exactly cold storage. This video is very educational and interesting to watch.
  2. UASF: The Revolt That Will Not Happen The User-Activated Soft Fork (UASF) wants to enforce SegWit against the will of the miners. After the movement had gained a growing momentum, it had to gulp serious drawbacks in the past weeks. Neither exchanges, miners nor Core developers stand behind it. Is this the end of the self-declared user’s revolt?... Read more Here: Follow BTCMANAGER for the Latest on FinTech, Blockchain, Ethereum, and Bitcoin!
  3. What are the different types of Cryptocurrency wallets? There are several types of wallets that provide different ways to store and access your digital currency. Wallets can be broken down into three distinct categories – software, hardware, and paper. Software wallets can be a desktop, mobile or online. Desktop: wallets are downloaded and installed on a PC or laptop. They are only accessible from the single computer in which they are downloaded. Desktop wallets offer one of the highest levels of security however if your computer is hacked or gets a virus there is the possibility that you may lose all your funds. Online: wallets run on the cloud and are accessible from any computing device in any location. While they are more convenient to access, online wallets store your private keys online and are controlled by a third party which makes them more vulnerable to hacking attacks and theft. Mobile: wallets run on an app on your phone and are useful because they can be used anywhere including retail stores. Mobile wallets are usually much smaller and simpler than desktop wallets because of the limited space available on a mobile. Hardware: wallets differ from software wallets in that they store a user’s private keys on a hardware device like a USB. Although hardware wallets make transactions online, they are stored offline which delivers increased security. Hardware wallets can be compatible with several web interfaces and can support different currencies; it just depends on which one you decide to use. What’s more, making a transaction is easy. Users simply plug in their device to any internet enabled computer or device, enter a pin, send currency and confirm. Hardware wallets make it possible to easily transact while also keeping your money offline and away from danger. Paper: wallets are easy to use and provide a very high level of security. While the term paper wallet can simply refer to a physical copy or printout of your public and private keys, it can also refer to a piece of software that is used to securely generate a pair of keys which are then printed. Using a paper wallet is relatively straightforward. Transferring Bitcoin or any other currency to your paper wallet is accomplished by the transfer of funds from your software wallet to the public address shown on your paper wallet. Alternatively, if you want to withdraw or spend currency, all you need to do is transfer funds from your paper wallet to your software wallet. This process, often referred to as ‘sweeping,’ can either be done manually by entering your private keys or by scanning the QR code on the paper wallet. My name is Ameer Rosic, and I'm a serial entrepreneur, investor, marketing Strategist and Blockchain Evangelist
  4. Blockchain

    THE WORLD IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS We are on a mission to build a more open, accessible, and fair financial future, one piece of software at a time. Our technology is revolutionizing the financial services industry by empowering millions across the globe to authenticate and transact immediately and without costly intermediaries. Blockchain is the world's leading software platform for digital assets. Offering the largest production block chain platform in the world, we are using new technology to build a radically better financial system. ANALYZE Bloomberg for block chains INNOVATE First in leading edge research BUY/SELL The simple, secure and seamless way to buy and sell digital currency TRANSACT #1 way to buy, store & transact digital assets BUILD Leading block chain development platform

    We have more than 20 years of experience building and reviewing security applications, and have active in the cryptocurrency field. We have designed new bitcoin-related cryptocurrency protocols and discovered and reported various security vulnerabilities. Our software development service includes helping customers define product specifications, designing UI & UX design, integrating applications, QA, deploying the product to a hybrid cloud environment, and continued support. WHY COINFABRIK? UNRIVALED TECHNICAL EXPERTISE IN CRYPTOCURRENCIES AND BLOCKCHAIN DEVELOPMENT Our blog is full of knowledgeable articles by our team of experts in the field. Our reputation is based on our work for many top blockchain influencers. QUICK RESPONDERS We understand the time pressures of technology implementations and software development. Our team can efficiently integrate with yours to reach your goals. CUSTOMIZABLE SOLUTIONS The market does not offer software to fit every business’ needs. We can work with you to find the best way to do what you need done. Our thorough knowledge of currently available technology allows us to write your solution on top of existing software when designing something from scratch is unnecessary. CoinFabrik provides full stack services including Smart Contract development, back-ends implementing RESTful APIs, web Dapp front ends, and mobile applications written for iOS and Android. SECURITY EXPERTS CoinFabrik's founders come from the software security industry. All team members are familiar with security threats and know how to develop secure Smart Contracts and secure code in general. We take pride in our carefully written code. CRYPTOCURRENCY SUPPORTERS We have been playing with and working on blockchain development from the early stages. We use and accept Bitcoins. We believe in blockchain technology’s capacity to disrupt Fintech.
  6. I have largely lost interest in Bitcoin, but have been maintaining my wallet active. I now feel that it is not worth 60 GB of disk space, and want to change over to a lighter less burdensome version. I prefer a desktop version. Any suggestions as to which I should choose?
  7. Hi, I wanted to show you my current project, a solar powered staking wallet. My goal is to derive a small income by staking a few crypto coins in a reliable stable setup that runs off my own energy resources. I built a small PV/battery electric system that runs two raspberry pi's which stake HoboNickels and Jimbucks. A few details: 60 watt 12vdc solar panel Panel rotates on an axis parallel to earth's poles (i.e. it points to the north star). This allows one to point the panel at the sun throughout the day, doubling power output over fixed panels. Mounting bracket is made from standard 1/2 inch iron pipe and fittings. 20 amp PWM charge controller charges a flooded deep cycle lead acid battery and provides current protection. 12vdc to 5vdc buck converter powers 2 raspberry pi's and USB hard drives dedicated to hold swap files, operating system, wallet software, and data. Each Raspberry Pi runs one coin wallet daemon, HoboNickels in one, Jumbucks in the other. A few photos
  8. General Bytes, a bitcoin and blockchain technology provider, has manufactured a new bitcoin wallet card that can be used at every Near Field Communication (NFC) point of sale. A Czech Republic-based Bitcoin hardware manufacturer, General Bytes, decided to replace QR codes with NFC bitcoin wallets for bitcoin point of sale (POS). The company thinks that the new NFC technology can simplify the user experience while transacting with bitcoin. Meanwhile, other market experts and competitors think introducing NFC technology into bitcoin POS machines won’t really make a big difference as they are all automatic systems. You can read more info and take part in the discussion here:
  9. Security features will make all of these mobile solutions stand or fall. In the cryptocurrency world, users can protect their mobile wallets with a pin code, and make backups of their private keys. Since there is no third-party service provider involved – such as a bank – there is no need for additional security in most cases. But that does not mean these solutions are safe from harm by any means.
  10. PayPal has an interesting history of admiring Bitcoin, from afar. Their Vice President, Hill Ferguson, once said Bitcoin is “the perfect currency, by design.” PayPal’s founder, Peter Thiel, also said “I do think Bitcoin is the first [encrypted money] that has the potential to do something like change the world. Bitcoin is what PayPal was supposed to be.” PayPal has integrated Bitcoin into its Venom app, so you can trade BTC through sites like Paxful and LocalBitcoins. Now, PayPal looks to be building the final step in its belief in Bitcoin’s future, as they are building their first digital currency wallet.
  11. Look at your wallet in your pocket right now. It holds debit and credit cards, change, dollar bills, parking cards, store gift cards and more. Shouldn’t your online wallets do that same? There are dozens of online companies and wallets that handle one form of currency, yet aren’t even close to the functionality of the wallet in your pocket, which we’ve been using for hundreds of years. Isn’t it time for one wallet to do it all, whether it is fiat or cryptocurrency. NetCents says it is time to upgrade your online wallet with the NetCents wallet.
  12. If there is one major thing the recent Cryptsy issues have taught us, it is how users should never store funds on an exchange platform for too long. This is not just true for the world of Bitcoin and digital currency, but also for any financial platform in existence. The main difference is how Bitcoin stimulates users to take control of their finances, whereas fiat currency does not.
  13. There are many different bitcoin wallets available to the every day user. There are different wallets for different platforms and each have their strengths and weaknesses. The charts below highlight the most popular bitcoin wallets available on the market. We compare their features such as platforms supported, whether it is open source, where are the private keys stored, and the type of wallet that it is. Software Bitcoin Wallet Reviews Electrum Bitcoin Wallet Review Up first is the Electrum Bitcoin Wallet for your desktop. It comes in first because it is the most versatile desktop wallet available. It has a developers console which enables full control over your coins. You are able to generate custom transactions from files, and able to create watch only addresses to keep your cold storage funds safe. Not only that, but Electrum provides an easy to use interface for funding wallets. Multibit HD Bitcoin Wallet Review Multibit HD is another great light desktop wallet. It offers almost identical features that Electrum provides. However, Multibit does not support multisig wallets. On the other hand, Multibit also offers seamless support with Trezor, a bitcoin hardware wallet. The GUI on electrum and multibit is a bit different. If you need more complex features like being able to rebroadcast a transaction, exporting private keys of certain addresses then Electrum is the way to go. But for a personal user, Multibit is a great alternative. Breadwallet Bitcoin Wallet Review Breadwallet is our highest ranked iOS wallet available. If you are an iPhone user and need your bitcoins on the go, you can’t go wrong with Breadwallet. The keys are stored on your phone and upon the first installation you are provided with a recovery seed which you can use to recover your bitcoins in case the phone gets stolen or accidentally erased. Furthermore, Breadwallet is a HD (Hierarchical Deterministic) Wallet meaning that with the seed you are able to recover all of your addresses and labels. Read More:
  14. Check out our Bitcoin Beginner, Intermediate and Hardcore Quizzes! Earn Badges and challenge yourself - the whole point is to educate the community and spread the word of Bitcoin & Crypto Currencies - to get people thinking and understanding what is under the hood! We're surprised at how low the average is so far! Can you do better!
  15. iOS wallet choices were once much more scarce than they are today. Though the choices were limited, each wallet was a strong candidate for storing funds. The high bar that has been maintained drives innovative features to new wallets, leading to a variety of choices for the Apple-friendly. YardWallet is a HD wallet with a multisig vault. Although little information was previously available about the company, Hongfei Tien, founder of YardWallet, was kind enough to explain the company, and the features packed into the new iOS wallet. Read the full article on BNC News here
  16. is your social gateway to the world of crypto currencies! We show live streaming prices, charts and analysis from all of the top crypto & bitcoin exchanges. We compare mining equipment, exchanges, mining contracts and wallets ... so you don’t have to! We are social too, letting you choose your profile giving you the ability to review and have your say to help the community grow stronger! We want your feedback so together we can help push through the adoption and use of digital currencies! We have Coins & Analysis See which coins are doing what. Compare prices on different exchanges and see the breakdowns in volume by exchange – Compare Liquidity Fees and methods to get your money in and out – plus check out reviews to see what other users are saying. You can see the latest tweets from the devs and chat with other CryptoCompare users! We have Guides We have guides across the board – from basic introductions into “What is Bitcoin and What are digital currencies” to more technical articles such as “How does Elliptic Curve Cryptography work”. If you have any suggestions as to how we can improve what we’ve written – comment below each article and we’ll update it to include your feedback ASAP! We have Reviews You can review on our site – one of the key ingredients that we believe is missing in the crypto space. Although crypto currencies are showing a hotbed of innovation which we want to encourage and be a apart of – we also want the community to be able to have their say on what is good and what isn’t so good. That way we can be sure of what people like and what works – and catalyse adoption of Crypto Currencies and Bitcoin by making it easier for newbies to get involved. Have your say, Help people and grow the community. So compare exchanges – give your feedback on AML and KYC procedures – are they too onerous – did support get back in touch after you had a problem. Is your mining provider late again on another delivery – or has your mining contract provider disappeared into thin air. Does your wallet provider have good functionality – or has the app been unloved for too long. Tell other people what you think! We are Social We are social too - that is when we’re not typing away at our keyboards knee deep in some code! We want you to talk and chat about the markets set your profile and share what you know and think with other community members. Why is Litecoin CNY trading so high... is it the same old evasion of capital controls or is there something more positive or sinister going on.... Talk about a new altcoin that has been released – good features or is it just another clone looking to be a pump and dump. Coins Compare the markets for different coins – is the Euro seeing more volume today on the back of the Greek crisis or not! Switch seamlessly between different currencies to see how each pair trades and check out our aggregated index and markets breakdown to see where the volume is coming from. Watch your trade go through an exchange to make sure it has been executed. ExchangesCompare exchanges – see who is charging what for transacting on their exchange and see what their deposit and withdrawal methods are. Do other users recommend this exchange or are there customer service or execution problems! MiningCompare mining Companies and their products. Are users receiving their products on time and are the cloud mining contracts easy to operate. Compare their costs on a number of metrics. Do you want a Scypt miner or a scrypt mining contract... search our database and we’ll give you the answer! WalletsCompare our wallets – see what our users say and whether they recommend using the software. Do you want a cheap wallet in a second to store on a bit of paper or do you want a top of the range bitcoin safe like Trezor. Do you want multi crypto storage or want to access you wallet through an app on your Iphone or Android device. Or do you want to download the Bitcoin core client – if so have a good time waiting for the blockchain to sync up! ProfileCreate a profile, follow other users and exchanges, miners or wallets to see what they are saying. Earn points from reviewing products and being active on the site! Personalise how you want to be updated (whether you do at all) via email with all the latest buzz and conversations. Tailor your gateway to the world of crypto currencies. ForumsChat with others on our forums about exchanges or coins! If you find any bugs let us know please – one of our team will pick it up and fix it ASAP as we want to make the user experience as enjoyable and as accurate as possible! About Us!At CryptoCompare we pride ourselves in showing the most accurate live prices, charting and market analysis from 25 of the top crypto exchanges globally. Our content editors keep the mining data, be it company, mining equipment or mining contracts up to date with the latest pricing and products available on the market. Our wallets section has a comprehensive list of wallets that will help you find the best wallet for your needs. We have over 1500 trading pairs and over 500 crypto currencies or crypto assets in an easy to understand and intuitive format. The Company has five main pillars of wisdom for our build - Design, Ease of Use, Scope of Data, Social Interactivity & Data Integrity - which we believe are key to providing a useful and compelling service. And best of all, everything is free of charge. Our streaming prices update a number of other metrics in real time, so users can stay abreast of the latest price movements. Our analysis shows users where Bitcoin is being traded and for which fiat countries and at what volumes - again on a real-time basis - you can switch easily between local currencies to get your own personal view of the markets you want to look at. Our goal is to give you the the whole market from all the markets. We believe that blockchain tech has some way to go in providing mass adopted solutions, and that a major hurdle to doing so is in providing users with a reliable and integral platform with which to do so. We do not provide any trading facilities on our site, just conglomerated and refined data from other exchanges, with the view to helping users pick the most beneficial exchanges for their use.
  17. Bitcoin wallets may one day come in a thousand different styles and sizes, and have just as many functionalities, but when you boil it all down there are three core traits that must be addressed; Security; Keeping your coins safe from all types of attack. Simplicity; Making it so user-friendly that everyone's grandmother can figure it out. Privacy; Stopping people from attaching your name to your transactions. It is often debated if a single wallet can ever be truly perfect in all three areas at the same time.Zooko's triangle defined three desirable traits for a network protocol, and described how a protocol can have only two attributes at the same time. In exclusive interviews with BraveNewCoin, leaders at four of the top Bitcoin wallet companies were asked if Zooko’s triangle could be applied to a Bitcoin wallet, can a wallet balance all three traits, and what would the result look like. Read the full article on BNC News here
  18. Announcement - Bitcoin Priest ----------------------------- Please let us announce our brand new site, Bitcoin Priest - A priest, who evangelizes Bitcoin! Bitcoin Priest is a collection of the best Bitcoin sites of five category: Gambling, Wallets, Exchanges, Shops and Faucets. You can comment and rate any sites uploaded, moreover you can submit your favourite bitcoin sites if it fits to one of the above mentioned categories. There are already hundreds of sites uploaded, and the number is increasing day by day! Are you a bitcoin site owner? You can promote your site easily by sending some bitcoins to its promotion address (Your site will be ranked after its promotion address received at least 0.01 BTC). The more bitcoins you have sent to promote your site, the higher it will be found by visitors. Are you new to Bitcoin? Do you want some for free? You can use our faucet! You can use it easily by solving a captcha. Do you want even more? Send your referral link to your friends for a 25% bonus after their faucet claims! If you have any questions or suggestions please feel free to contact us by sending an email to Kind Regards, The enthusiastic team of Like us on facebook; Follow us on twitter; Add us on Google+
  19. Joe Jones is working on A New Gold and Silver Image! And we are going to Make Gold and Silver Edition Wallets Each wallet will aim for having different features! We Are Planning on having the First Versions of these wallets out for #Cryptmas!!! (© PopularCoin)!
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  21. Hi, i'm making my own coin, and i've compiled the daemon on linux, (ubuntu saucy) but then when I try to compile the wallet, I get this error. I run the qmake command and get this. root@----coin:~/----coin# qmake "USE_UPNP=-" RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_bg.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_ca_ES.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_cs.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_da.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_de.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_el_GR.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_en.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_es.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_es_CL.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_et.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_eu_ES.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_fa.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_fa_IR.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_fi.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_fr.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_fr_CA.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_he.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_hr.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_hu.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_it.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_lt.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_nb.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_nl.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_pl.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_pt_BR.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_pt_PT.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_ro_RO.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_ru.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_sk.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_sr.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_sv.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_tr.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_uk.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_zh_CN.qm' RCC: Error in 'src/qt/bitcoin.qrc': Cannot find file 'locale/bitcoin_zh_TW.qm' Then, after when I run the make command anyway, I get this at the end of the compile. In file included from src/qt/aboutdialog.cpp:1:0: src/qt/aboutdialog.h:4:19: fatal error: QDialog: No such file or directory #include <QDialog> ^ compilation terminated. make: *** [aboutdialog.o] Error 1 Any ideas why this is happening? Also, I know it's a pain in the ass for the Windows wallets, but I got errors with that too. I have all 3 dependencies plus mingw-w32, and I have msys. This is my file's windows section. windows:LIBS += -lshlwapi LIBS += $$join(BOOST_LIB_PATH,,-L,) $$join(BDB_LIB_PATH,,-L,) $$join(OPENSSL_LIB_PATH,,-L,) $$join(QRENCODE_LIB_PATH,,-L,) LIBS += -lssl -lcrypto -ldb_cxx$$BDB_LIB_SUFFIX windows:LIBS += -lws2_32 -lole32 -loleaut32 -luuid -lgdi32 LIBS += -lboost_system-mgw46-mt-sd-1_53 -lboost_filesystem-mgw46-mt-sd-1_53 -lboost_program_options-mgw46-mt-sd-1_53 -lboost_thread-mgw46-mt-sd-1_53 BOOST_LIB_SUFFIX=-mgw46-mt-sd-1_53 BOOST_INCLUDE_PATH=C:/deps/boost BOOST_LIB_PATH=C:/deps/boost/stage/lib BDB_INCLUDE_PATH=c:/deps/db/build_unix BDB_LIB_PATH=c:/deps/db/build_unix OPENSSL_INCLUDE_PATH=c:/deps/ssl/include OPENSSL_LIB_PATH=c:/deps/ssl And I get this error while installing berkeleyDB. What am I doing wrong? checking whether we are cross compiling... configure: error: in `/c/---coin/libs/db-4.8.30.NC/build_unix': configure: error: cannot run C compiled programs. If you meant to cross compile, use `--host'. See `config.log' for more details. BerkeleyDB configure failed. Any help would be highly appreciated. Thank you!
  22. GoldBars (GBS) Will Be Guaranteed In Any Future Change Or Transfer With technology moving very quickly its important to know that if there has to be changes in the future to wallets, encryption type or any form of transfer any existing mined amounts would be honoured. This is critically important so that miners deposits can be sent to a claim department and remimbursed for the full amount in any new wallet or replacement ecosystem. To give you an example of why this might occur please read below; "Whilst our intention is to manage virtual commodities such as virtual gold now and in the future, there may come a time when the international community pass legislation that may require GoldBars to be handed over to them to manage and maintain (such as a co-ordinated world government organisation similar to G8 or the UN). This would be a lengthy process but also firmly establish GoldBars GBS as the primary virtual commodity. It is likely however that they may want to develop the virtual commodity strategy further which would mean changing available numbers to mine, changing core and wallets which would normally occurr in losses." "It is our position, in this eventuality, that a proposal would be put forward, and that no right to claim by any authority or international community over GoldBars GBS would be accepted UNLESS all currently mined deposits were value guaranteed and/or refunded in other cryptocurrency with real world value. This is a step to protect the deposits and investment made by miners to date and in the future". If you have any questions please let us know, we will continue work on the CCI Trust policies and procedures before making future key presentations.