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October 28, 2011, 02:23:10 PM
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That has already happened.  Go to www.bitaddress.org, save his single .htm file, put a copy on an offline machine that's connected to nothing but a printer, and voila, you have a secure paper wallet factory complete with QR codes.

Yep, that's exactly how I started my process... But I wanted to paperize encrypted private keys, rather than simply store the unencrypted paper QRCodes gererated by bitaddress.

I ended up using a barcode scanner to input the address/keys from the bitaddress sheet into text files, gpg'd those batches and pipe it to a qr encoder, then import the qrcodes to a word doc to print and PDF it for distribution.

I wrote up a noob guide about the simple side of the process here: http://bitcoinintro.com/offline-storage-of-bitcoins/

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October 28, 2011, 06:02:22 PM
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created enough interest already, ive sold the software and rights to it for quite a bit. so who ever said "you will not make a dime...".


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October 28, 2011, 06:36:51 PM
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"you will not make a dime...".


You mean Satoshi, right? 8D Curious, Did you accept fiat or BTC?

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October 29, 2011, 12:53:40 PM
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created enough interest already, ive sold the software and rights to it for quite a bit. so who ever said "you will not make a dime...".





I'm offering TEN TIMES what he's paying ! I will pledge my whole stash of one billion premined trollars, the alternate currency i'm releasing.
C'mon man, give us a chance to invest in this baby. It's a monster I tell you !
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October 30, 2011, 12:52:59 PM
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created enough interest already, ive sold the software and rights to it for quite a bit. so who ever said "you will not make a dime...".

Taking this into trolling territory now, huh? Somehow I like that more -- scamming is a dirty business without exception but trolling can sometimes be beautiful. Smiley

I wonder if your buyer is interested in transport infrastructure, I've got a really nice bridge I've been trying to sell for a while.
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October 30, 2011, 02:51:52 PM
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created enough interest already, ive sold the software and rights to it for quite a bit. so who ever said "you will not make a dime...".

Taking this into trolling territory now, huh? Somehow I like that more -- scamming is a dirty business without exception but trolling can sometimes be beautiful. Smiley

I wonder if your buyer is interested in transport infrastructure, I've got a really nice bridge I've been trying to sell for a while.

  Does that bridge happen to be located in Alaska by chance?

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October 30, 2011, 08:46:41 PM
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I think it's in the Moon.

(I dont always get new reply notifications, pls send a pm when you think it has happened)

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September 20, 2012, 05:30:42 AM
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So, I'm guessing btc-e, bitcoinica, bitfloor didn't use these type of wallets.

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September 21, 2012, 04:39:27 PM
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Scam, scam, scam! No "access control" or encryption will really save you if your computer is compromised by remote access trojan. Trust me, I have spent years on malware and hacking scene and I know it. I have stolen about 400 Bitcoins that I own right now. And even this was a free time leisure and for fun.

Tape backup is no more reliable than regular hard drive backups. For my own servers under my control I have slowly abandoned LTO tapes in favor of regular offline HDD backups because they are cheaper and faster than LTO tape. And the backup is only a protection in a case if server is hit by 88mm armor piercing round, it does not protect from hacking or anything else.

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September 21, 2012, 04:53:02 PM
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If someone can spend them, someone else can steal them.
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September 21, 2012, 04:58:59 PM
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If someone can spend them, someone else can steal them.
One thinking people!

It is only matter of tweaking the hacking "payload" software to bypass the "protection". The biggest pain in ass was mobile phone authorization but it was bypassed by "synchronization" and installing malware on phone also. The only real problem now is people losing they own coins because phone or mobile subscription was cancelled or subverted by network operator.

Think again people! All things are simple. Keep Your computers clean and safe. Even 20$ router can do the job!

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September 21, 2012, 06:09:05 PM
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Nothing is impossible. Don't say that too loudly. You'll basically be issuing a challenge to all the hackers out there :O

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September 21, 2012, 07:28:59 PM
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You guys realize you've resurrected a thread that is almost a year old?  Wink  I was about to comment on-topic but then decided against it after looking at the date.  Smiley

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September 22, 2012, 02:38:12 PM
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You guys realize you've resurrected a thread that is almost a year old?  Wink  I was about to comment on-topic but then decided against it after looking at the date.  Smiley
It is better to resurrect old topic than create new topics with same question again and again. It will be like TrueCrypt forum when noobs constantly ask about implementing data destruction on wrong password and DRM capabilities in TrueCrypt.

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