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July 22, 2014, 02:30:18 AM
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Paper wallets (3 copies, each stored in a different location) created in a secure environment with the private key encrypted using BIP38. Here is a tool I created for myself and my clients:

http://coinkee.com

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July 22, 2014, 02:31:59 AM
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Coinkee looks really nice. Is there any topics on bitcointalk for coinkee?

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July 22, 2014, 02:52:22 AM
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Coinkee looks really nice. Is there any topics on bitcointalk for coinkee?

Not yet, it's fairly new. I will publish a deterministic build in the near future so people can check the source code or create their own. All I've done is create a custom Ubuntu LiveCD/USB combo with a pre-installed light version of bitaddress.org. It's nice and clean and I use it all the time to generate paper wallets for all kinds of use cases. What's great is that the private keys never touch the internet until I choose to "cash them in" and when I do that I transfer the change to a new cold/paper wallet. Mycelium android wallet is good for that.

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