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December 31, 2018, 05:35:31 PM
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Happy new year to everyone! I am too not so sober to type more. See you next year and may your coin pouches become heavy!
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December 31, 2018, 05:38:38 PM

Last charts of the year WO's , have a safe and happy New Year.

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#stronghands2019

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As an aside on a personal note, I created over 1,080 images this last year for your viewing pleasure. That is even with the 6 month sabbatical I enjoyed over the summer. I plan on starting fresh charts after new years but will break out the OR when appropriate.

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Thanks for your contributions buddy, and happy new year!

I've created approximately 600 shitposts this year, and have posted 24 ass pictures.

I've created over 500 posts that I thought were hilarious and not one person laughed! Cheesy


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December 31, 2018, 05:41:54 PM

Last iteration yielded over 30% gain on my play money.

All closed now, and my heart is light as a feather.

Some call you a slut, but you've always been a good lady to me.
Thank you, bitcoin!
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December 31, 2018, 05:46:27 PM

Last iteration yielded over 30% gain on my play money.

All closed now, and my heart is light as a feather.

Some call you a slut, but you've always been a good lady to me.
Thank you, bitcoin!
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30% ?  For the year's trading activities?
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December 31, 2018, 05:46:37 PM
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Speaking of January 3rd, has somebody mentioned it's Bitcoins 10th Birthday? In that honor, counter is appropriate:

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Edit: Timer to Genesis block creation, of course.

isn't that already passed ?

bought the 10year anniversary nano ledger....?

That was the celebrating the anniversary of the white paper. Genesis block anniversary is indeed 3rd Jan.
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December 31, 2018, 05:49:08 PM
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Happy New Year to all the WO.

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December 31, 2018, 05:49:09 PM

Speaking of January 3rd, has somebody mentioned it's Bitcoins 10th Birthday? In that honor, counter is appropriate:

Online counter

Edit: Timer to Genesis block creation, of course.

isn't that already passed ?

bought the 10year anniversary nano ledger....?

That was the celebrating the anniversary of the white paper. Genesis block anniversary is indeed 3rd Jan.

and again learned some new things

Cheesy
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December 31, 2018, 05:50:26 PM

New year

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December 31, 2018, 05:51:41 PM
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Private key==bitcoin.

I... am confused as to why anyone here would be confused about this?

It’s still there Cheesy

Somebody is definitely going to steal it.

It's a BIP38 password encrypted paper wallet. Impossible to sweep without knowing the password...

+1, Your funds are safe as long as you remember the passphrase.

IMO, keeping a BIP38 password makes your paper wallet less secure. There's a good chance that you'll forget that phrase by the time you need to extract bitcoin out of your paper wallet. Roll Eyes

Compare the probability of getting your piece of paper stolen and the probability of forgetting the password; there are more chances that you'll forget your password!
That depends entirely on your mental faculties. There is basically zero chance that I will forget my passwords, but sometimes I leave Stuff lying around where I didn't quite intend to. Also, I have this boat, and at times tragic accidents happen...
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December 31, 2018, 05:53:21 PM
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Speaking of January 3rd, has somebody mentioned it's Bitcoins 10th Birthday? In that honor, counter is appropriate:

Online counter

Edit: Timer to Genesis block creation, of course.

isn't that already passed ?

bought the 10year anniversary nano ledger....?

That was the celebrating the anniversary of the white paper. Genesis block anniversary is indeed 3rd Jan.

and again learned some new things

Cheesy

For the second time i'm not sure if you are joking, that's why haven't responded to you the first time.

BTW, exact time when Satoshi pressed the button is January 3rd, 18:15:05 UTC
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December 31, 2018, 05:59:33 PM

Speaking of January 3rd, has somebody mentioned it's Bitcoins 10th Birthday? In that honor, counter is appropriate:

Online counter

Edit: Timer to Genesis block creation, of course.

isn't that already passed ?

bought the 10year anniversary nano ledger....?

That was the celebrating the anniversary of the white paper. Genesis block anniversary is indeed 3rd Jan.

and again learned some new things

Cheesy

For the second time i'm not sure if you are joking, that's why haven't responded to you the first time.
i'm gonna be very very very quiet (as in quiet of shame Roll Eyes )

I did not think about it, but when I bought those white nano ledgers for the 10year anniversary ..... there was clearly written WHITE PAPER anniversary, not thinking more as 2 seconds there Roll Eyes .... now I know its obvious and not the most smart thing i said right there

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December 31, 2018, 06:01:09 PM

I have a Ledger Nano S, which is solid. And I have a Keepkey, which is a POS.
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December 31, 2018, 06:24:34 PM

Speaking of January 3rd, has somebody mentioned it's Bitcoins 10th Birthday?

As I understand it, that is the reason that date was chosen for PoK.
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December 31, 2018, 06:26:57 PM

I have a Ledger Nano S, which is solid. And I have a Keepkey, which is a POS.

Having had experienced usage of both the Ledger Nano S and the Trezor 1, I prefer the Trezor 1, so far.  I have not had any experience with Keepkey, so I appreciate your comparing it to the nano s.
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December 31, 2018, 06:49:22 PM

I discuss the whole content of that video in this thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5090244.msg48978949#msg48978949

It is in spanish, but if there is some interest I could translate it.

TLDR: All those potential attack vectors requiere physical access to the device among other things. And even if all requirements would be met (which is already enough negligence on the user part) there are also additional countermeasures for additional security (ie. passphrase).

No all.

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stealing the paper or the device is the same just a very littke of weight difference

The difference is, if you steal my TREZOR, you ain't getting my coins... You need both my TREZOR and what's in my brain to get to my coins. But if you steal Jimbo's paper wallets, you already have his coins...

use nano s/blue myself same thing .....

Did you watch that video?

Your blue is transmitting, just make sure a usb cable is plugged in to add an antenna boost.

Fantastic signals and how to find them.

https://youtu.be/Y1OBIGslgGM?t=1735

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December 31, 2018, 06:50:25 PM

got ledger nano's and blues myself ..... also happy with those

I have a Ledger Nano S too. Also a good device.
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December 31, 2018, 07:06:53 PM

Okay guys, there seems to be some misunderstanding with respect to paper wallet security.  Now, the misunderstanding might lie with me or it might lie with you so I am putting some Bitcoin on the line here as a test.  If you are correct, it should be as easy as 123 to steal the .0123 Bitcoin I have secured on this paper wallet.  If I am correct, then I can relax.

My fully exposed paper wallet:



Go 4 IT!  I will monitor the balance.






Is Bip38 a thing?

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Private key==bitcoin.

I... am confused as to why anyone here would be confused about this?

It’s still there Cheesy

Somebody is definitely going to steal it.

It's a BIP38 password encrypted paper wallet. Impossible to sweep without knowing the password...

Beat me, guess I should read entire thread first! Cheesy
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December 31, 2018, 07:10:35 PM

Private key==bitcoin.

I... am confused as to why anyone here would be confused about this?

It’s still there Cheesy

Somebody is definitely going to steal it.

It's a BIP38 password encrypted paper wallet. Impossible to sweep without knowing the password...

+1, Your funds are safe as long as you remember the passphrase.

Or store it on a hardware wallet Smiley

Private key==bitcoin.

I... am confused as to why anyone here would be confused about this?

It’s still there Cheesy

Somebody is definitely going to steal it.

It's a BIP38 password encrypted paper wallet. Impossible to sweep without knowing the password...

+1, Your funds are safe as long as you remember the passphrase.

IMO, keeping a BIP38 password makes your paper wallet less secure. There's a good chance that you'll forget that phrase by the time you need to extract bitcoin out of your paper wallet. Roll Eyes

Compare the probability of getting your piece of paper stolen and the probability of forgetting the password; there are more chances that you'll forget your password!

Store in a separate place.
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so representing who ??
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