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January 06, 2016, 05:17:31 PM
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Hey guys!

A while back I was the developer for a project called The Staker
http://cointelegraph.com/news/113996/blockchain-technologies-inc-releases-staker-a-customizable-hardware-wallet

The guy who convinced me to build it had promised me a share of revenue and that he was going to market and sell devices, this was not accomplished and he has since gone MIA.

So, I thought this project would be best open source
https://github.com/kamronk/AtHomeWallet

I've written a blog post about this application, and have provided deployment instructions in case you would like a password protected web based UI for your rasb pi or other micro-PC that has a cryptocurrency wallet installed on it.

The blog post with instructions can be found here:
http://kamronk.com/bitcoin-wallet/

Screenshots of a bitcoin version of the UI can be seen here as well:
http://imgur.com/JCXWqSE,1jBOmj8,vfm1Smo,MY2FYpB,VvmDq0x#0

It can work for any cryptocurrency that utilizes the standard JSON-RPC interface and functions found in the original bitcoin source. The list of cryptocurrencies that don't support this interface, is much shorter than the list of them that do.

So, it can work with almost any altcoin, as well as bitcoin.

I'm not sure where else I should be sharing this, so please let me know if this is not the proper forum (or mods feel free to move please).

With the recent popularity of 21.co's device, I thought people may be of interest in this type of app as well as the instructions to deploy and use it.

Please let me know if you have any questions, recommendations or issues found in the code. I'd like to make this as useful as possible.

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http://bitcoinintroduction.com/
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