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Bitcoin Exchange Wallets

In a managed online wallet, everything is controlled by the wallet’s provider. You have an account with the provider with a username and password, much like an email account or an internet forum account, and you can log onto your account and send and...

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Brain Wallets: The What and the How

Of all the formalized monetary systems that have ever been used by mankind, Bitcoin is unique in the fact that it exists entirely as pure information. The blockchain, the database storing Bitcoin transactions so the system can figure out who owns wha...

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Traditional Bitcoin Client/Wallet

Traditional Bitcoin clients are ordinary programs that you download onto your computer. Receiving, verifying and sending transactions is all done from your machine and your computer connects to the Bitcoin network directly. Advantages include: Not re...

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Instawallets

After the failure of MyBitcoin in August, managed online wallets have become much less popular unless there is some compelling feature that makes them more convenient (eg. also being a currency exchange), although the one that remains is Instawallet....

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Solving the Slow In-Person Transaction Problem

One of the crucial features for a digital transaction medium to be viable for payments made in person is that it should be reliable, and nearly instant. A transaction, once created by the sender, should appear on the receiver’s device within one to t...

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Critical Vulnerability Found In Android Wallets

A critical security vulnerability has been found in Android which renders bitcoins stored in Android Bitcoin wallets vulnerable to theft, and the exploit is currently being used in the wild to steal people’s bitcoins. Several people have reported tha...

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