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October 15, 2017, 05:11:28 PM
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I'm looking to purchase a new laptop and I want to know, which brand would be best compatible with #Bitcoin core wallets and upgrades.

What security services should I use?

Judging how no one is letting up in this fork debate I see that in the future bitcoin wallet providers will be speaking out on which chain they will be a part of. I just want to be as close to correct as possible.

Call 2X BTCCorp for all i care im not with corporate espionage
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October 15, 2017, 05:18:09 PM
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I'm looking to purchase a new laptop and I want to know, which brand would be best compatible with #Bitcoin core wallets and upgrades.

Any brand. It's irrelevant...

What security services should I use?

Depends on the platform, but mostly your brain and a disconnected ethernet cable if you want a cold storage Cheesy


Judging how no one is letting up in this fork debate I see that in the future bitcoin wallet providers will be speaking out on which chain they will be a part of. I just want to be as close to correct as possible.

Whatever your hardware choice, it will be irrelevant for any fork...
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October 15, 2017, 05:45:43 PM
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I'm looking to purchase a new laptop and I want to know, which brand would be best compatible with #Bitcoin core wallets and upgrades.

What security services should I use?

Judging how no one is letting up in this fork debate I see that in the future bitcoin wallet providers will be speaking out on which chain they will be a part of. I just want to be as close to correct as possible.

Call 2X BTCCorp for all i care im not with corporate espionage

I don't think laptop or desktop brands matter in any way for the bitcoin. Wallets are available to download for all Operating Systems too, so those won't matter either.
For security, you'll have to take care of it manually. Strong passwords, no public Internet usage, private systems for yourself to keep your funds etc. These all are measures to be taken by yourself and has nothing to do with what system or machine you use for the purpose.
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October 15, 2017, 06:06:03 PM
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The brand of the laptop id irrelavent what matters, to my knowledge its the operating system that matters. Most wallets are available with Windows, Mac and Linux.
Make sure you have a credible antivirus, do not click on links you don't know the source to, do not log into public WiFi. To be honest as far as I'm concerned its safer to have a separate laptop for daily use and for bitcoin transactions.
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October 15, 2017, 06:20:43 PM
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I'm looking to purchase a new laptop and I want to know, which brand would be best compatible with #Bitcoin core wallets and upgrades.

What security services should I use?

Judging how no one is letting up in this fork debate I see that in the future bitcoin wallet providers will be speaking out on which chain they will be a part of. I just want to be as close to correct as possible.

Call 2X BTCCorp for all i care im not with corporate espionage


Lol. Whatever you choose won't kake any difference bruh! Lol. Doesn't matter if you go for a laptop or anything else as long as you disconnect it from the internet it is good for security. Well, depends on how much you know on protecting your bitcoins.

Now for wallets, we really cannot say which is which because nothing stays the same in this world forever. So the only thing you can rely on for deciding is your own guts. Opinions are nice but still, what makes the decision is you. So gather as much knowledge as you can while you're here. Every piece of information is important. It is easier to do things yourself than to rely oj others(if you get my point).


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October 15, 2017, 06:44:01 PM
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I'm looking to purchase a new laptop and I want to know, which brand would be best compatible with #Bitcoin core wallets and upgrades.
Buy anything brand you like, it hardware doesn't matter at all. Every modern laptop/PC will we more than sufficient to run Bitcoin Core.
There are no beter or worse pieces of hardware, just follow the general rule of picking hardware: more expensive = better performance, usually.

What security services should I use?
What do you mean security services? Just download a wallet, protect it with good passwords, preferably use some kind of password manager for that/
And use digital hygiene is a must, install antivirus, anti-malware or even better create a paper wallet or offline wallet to keep the most of your Bitcoins there.

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October 15, 2017, 06:49:55 PM
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Most of the new Brands will fit the needs for most wallets, so you do not have to worry much about that. There are people

running desktop wallets on much older notebooks without any problems. You might have to invest in the biggest HDD you

can afford, because the Blockchain is growing bigger by the day.  Grin

I saw somewhere that someone was running a Full node on a Lenovo T440 Thinkpad with an Intel i5, 4GB of RAM and a

500GB HDD.  Wink

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October 15, 2017, 06:58:56 PM
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I saw somewhere that someone was running a Full node on a Lenovo T440 Thinkpad with an Intel i5, 4GB of RAM and a 500GB HDD.  Wink

With the blockchain size reaching 140 GB, that guy is soon going to run out of space.  Grin
Unless you are not going to use your laptop for anything else, I think 4 GB of RAM will not be sufficient. It is best to get one with at least 6-8 GB of RAM.


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October 15, 2017, 07:01:34 PM
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It doesn't mater which brand but make sure to always update your OS (Windows, Linux or Mac OS) and use a Firewall. Also use brain.exe and do not install too much browser add-ons or other potential spyware and use ad-blocker to keep your machine clean.
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October 15, 2017, 07:28:07 PM
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I'm looking to purchase a new laptop and I want to know, which brand would be best compatible with #Bitcoin core wallets and upgrades.

What security services should I use?

Judging how no one is letting up in this fork debate I see that in the future bitcoin wallet providers will be speaking out on which chain they will be a part of. I just want to be as close to correct as possible.

Call 2X BTCCorp for all i care im not with corporate espionage

I'm not the most security conscious or knowledgeable person & my opsec isn't great but I'll make an attempt to answer this.

It could be best to avoid brands like Lenovo which are rebranded IBM bought out by china. The chinese have a history of "accidentally" installing backdoors on products like smart phones. Earlier this year there was a news story about as many as "700 million" android phones being infected by a chinese backdoor. I can't remember confirmed cases of them installing backdoors on laptops or desktops but better safe than sorry.

Compatibility with core wallets isn't something I know much about. Sometimes standard PCs and laptops have better compatibility than macs. Other than that it doesn't matter.

Security wise, if anti virus is constantly running in the background it has a tendency to destroy hard drives faster. Scanning periodically typically allows hardware to have a longer lifespan. Standard windows firewalls are heavily targeted. Some type of 3rd party software firewall, which is less targeted than standard windows fw is preferred. If security is a high priority a hardware firewall is also a good idea.

Browser extensions like noscript which block unauthorized objects and scripts can be good for preventing browser based attacks.

Also for security purposes, its good to disable windows 10 logging user data via default. Other good practices are to avoid porn sites, warez sites, streaming sites--virtually any website which hosts banner ads which can serve as known attack vectors.

Sorry to say there is a very long and detailed check list truly security conscious people follow. Most of us probably don't have the time for it.

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October 15, 2017, 07:31:20 PM
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Laptop brand doesn't matter, any brand would do. The OS and the antivirus is what matters. Choose an antivirus that can protect you from ransom wares and spywares.

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October 15, 2017, 07:32:32 PM
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Laptop and use hard wallet its more secure no one can touch your bitcoin if you do that then add code in laptop for more secure i think the best is you have 3 gadgets like cp,laptop and desktop security atleast dobt forget any code or password,i think also write in notebook or paper your password incase of emergency or what ever happen

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Exodus is a good "offline" wallet with a beautiful UI.  If you want to be even more secure I would recommend a Trezor or Ledger hardware wallet, they're a bit pricey, but at least you can sleep easier at night.
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October 15, 2017, 08:10:35 PM
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I'm looking to purchase a new laptop and I want to know, which brand would be best compatible with #Bitcoin core wallets and upgrades.

Choose what ever you wanted, it's doesn't matter what brand of Laptop or Desktop you pick

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What security services should I use?

You need more secure operating system, either Linux, BSD or IOS.


However, if you really care about security, you should buy hardware wallet.

https://www.buybitcoinworldwide.com/wallets/
The three most popular and best Bitcoin hardware wallets are:

Ledger Nano S
KeepKey
Trezor


or if you wanted a security without spending a few bucks, paper wallet is the right choice for you.
https://blockgeeks.com/guides/paper-wallet-guide/
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October 15, 2017, 08:19:05 PM
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I'm looking to purchase a new laptop and I want to know, which brand would be best compatible with #Bitcoin core wallets and upgrades.

What security services should I use?

Judging how no one is letting up in this fork debate I see that in the future bitcoin wallet providers will be speaking out on which chain they will be a part of. I just want to be as close to correct as possible.

Call 2X BTCCorp for all i care im not with corporate espionage

Any brand will do. But if you are getting a brand new laptop, look for latest hardware and with a good amount of HDD. Probably around 500 gig to 1 tera will be a safe bet if you are going to run full node and using bitcoin core wallet.

As far as security, buy as well a good anti virus like Kaspersky because we all know that bitcoin and crypto has been the target for many hackers now. A good anti-virus will be a good start to prevent that kind on intrusion.

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October 15, 2017, 08:24:42 PM
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for me use two laptop one only to open your wallet and don't install too mach apps or software and be up-to-date all the time don't install anything not required and you will be safe 
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I'm looking to purchase a new laptop and I want to know, which brand would be best compatible with #Bitcoin core wallets and upgrades.

What security services should I use?

Judging how no one is letting up in this fork debate I see that in the future bitcoin wallet providers will be speaking out on which chain they will be a part of. I just want to be as close to correct as possible.

Call 2X BTCCorp for all i care im not with corporate espionage
Theres no brand required as long it can download bitcoin core wallet and do have internet to download the chain then you are good to go and also security aspects? Then dont let your private keys disclosed publicly or keep your laptop free from virus or malware which would potentially stole important informations on your wallet. Its no actually connected on the fork which you are trying to speak on here.


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October 15, 2017, 08:35:20 PM
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If we talk about security aspects please consider only hardware wallets.Noone is guaranteed in online world,spcially for crypto valuable assets. It is worth to purchase offline personal notebook and never use it for other things.



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October 15, 2017, 08:36:09 PM
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Laptop brand doesn't matter, any brand would do. The OS and the antivirus is what matters. Choose an antivirus that can protect you from ransom wares and spywares.

Antivirus is definitely a crucial factor, no doubt about that, but it's important to understand that even the best antivirus software engines can't protect you in all cases. Very recently, the very popular cleaning software CCleaner was messed with, and none of the plenty antivirus software engines started alerting users that they installed malicious software. It was pointed at various multinationals (likely for espionage purposes), but it could be used to gain access to each and every computer it was installed on. It just shows that no matter how many precautions are taken, you will always be extremely vulnerable. I use it too, but I haven't updated to a newer version since 2015, which helped me in this case. And for whatever reason, it only affected 32bit systems.

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October 16, 2017, 12:48:41 PM
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Most of the new Brands will fit the needs for most wallets, so you do not have to worry much about that. There are people

running desktop wallets on much older notebooks without any problems. You might have to invest in the biggest HDD you

can afford, because the Blockchain is growing bigger by the day.  Grin

I saw somewhere that someone was running a Full node on a Lenovo T440 Thinkpad with an Intel i5, 4GB of RAM and a

500GB HDD.  Wink

What does HDD mean and what is it's function?
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