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November 07, 2016, 04:25:07 PM
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Have anyone heard anything from mSIGNA? It havent been updated in months and I been debating on if I should just ignore that wallet or should give it a try. I been using armory and since 0.95 release I decided to keep using it as my primary wallet but mSIGNA caught my eye because of how I can connect to a bitcoin node (which is somewhat a good thing for me to run a bitcoind on a local machine).
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November 07, 2016, 06:30:31 PM
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Have anyone heard anything from mSIGNA? It havent been updated in months and I been debating on if I should just ignore that wallet or should give it a try. I been using armory and since 0.95 release I decided to keep using it as my primary wallet but mSIGNA caught my eye because of how I can connect to a bitcoin node (which is somewhat a good thing for me to run a bitcoind on a local machine).

I tried it a long time ago and I didnt like it. It felt overly complicated, but its very powerful. On the other hand basic features like signing a message are not possible.
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November 07, 2016, 07:25:48 PM
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Have anyone heard anything from mSIGNA? It havent been updated in months and I been debating on if I should just ignore that wallet or should give it a try. I been using armory and since 0.95 release I decided to keep using it as my primary wallet but mSIGNA caught my eye because of how I can connect to a bitcoin node (which is somewhat a good thing for me to run a bitcoind on a local machine).

I tried it a long time ago and I didnt like it. It felt overly complicated, but its very powerful. On the other hand basic features like signing a message are not possible.

I've checked it out and it dont seem that complex to me, but yea the downside of it is the lack of signing messages. I dont think its that hard to implement since the source code is available, but it havent been updated in a long time and dont know if its worth using.
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