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November 01, 2013, 07:51:33 AM
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On Let's Talk Bitcoin episode 11, there was talk of a feature where you could print out K pieces of paper, and you'd need K/2 + 1 of them to restore your wallet, eliminating the chance that someone finding one of your backups could steal your coins. I've looked around in the expert settings of Armory and it looks like it's not released yet. Have the devs commented on a timeline for this feature?

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November 01, 2013, 12:00:51 PM
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Try the fragmented backups in the "RAM-Reduction & Backup Center Testing (version 0.89.99.Cool"
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Preview of an interview with Alan Reiner of Armory can be found in E54 - Towards a Bitcoin Future near the end. Full interview in E55.

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