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April 08, 2013, 02:02:27 PM
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Would I be able to put the wallet on a network share then access it with multiple computers? If possible, would it cause the wallet to get corrupt?


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April 15, 2013, 01:40:55 PM
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I'm interested in a very similar way.

Is it posible to use the hot-amory with two cold-amorys?

I though about this:

-One Hot-Amory on my Server without Keys (so no problem if it got hacked or other bad things)
-One "Cold"-Backup on my Laptop. This Wallet not really cold yust on my laptop "aka" semi-cold for small amounts
-One Cold-Backup on a secure Machine without Internet for bigger amounts...

Can Amory handle this? Or do I need 2 Hot-Amorys for 2 Cold-Amorys?



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April 16, 2013, 02:45:43 PM
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I have a similar setup.  One Armory with two watch-only wallets on my laptop.  One of the full wallets is in a virtual Linux machine on the same laptop, that virtual machine has no internet access so it would be very difficult for malware to grab the wallet file and key-log the password.  The other full wallet is on a raspberry pi with no internet connection at all, so that is even more secure (and for slightly larger amounts, although I cannot really use the words "large amounts" in connection with my wallets).
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