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March 27, 2019, 07:44:51 AM
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Hello,

In doing some bitcoin development I found it frustrating that there was no easy accessible testnet wallet. After you do find a wallet you then have to go to a faucet and and load it up and wait for a few confirmations.

I decided to create a one stop place for getting bitcoin testnet coins and storing them.

http://bitburner.io/ 


When developers need some testnet bitcoins BTC they can come here to use their personal preloaded wallet.

Cheers!
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March 27, 2019, 06:44:30 PM
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Well done, didn't expect you made it shortly. Few comment, thoughts and question :
1. I tried it a bit and send/receive worked properly, even though it took few minutes.
2. Do you use browser cookies to store user's wallet?
3. It would be great if there's option to backup/restore wallet
4. After done testing, close my browser and open bitburner.io again, i got newly generated wallet. Is this intentional?

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March 28, 2019, 02:51:19 AM
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Fist off, Thank you for the feedback!

1. In my testing it seems to be pretty quick, Did you open two different browsers (not tabs) and try to send money back and fourth ?
2. I use a technique called fingerprinting to persist the session across the same browser.
3. Noted  Smiley
4. This is not intentional. As long as your browser fingerprint stays the same you should have the same funds. I have tested chrome, firefox, safari, and brave. Are you using something different?

Again, thanks for the feedback and the testing.
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March 28, 2019, 04:28:14 AM
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fingerprinting

is that even reliable? my information about this matter is limited but last time i checked this is not something you can really rely upon being unique.
by the way it works with my Firefox but not with my Google Chrome.

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March 28, 2019, 11:50:10 AM
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Fist off, Thank you for the feedback!

1. In my testing it seems to be pretty quick, Did you open two different browsers (not tabs) and try to send money back and fourth ?
2. I use a technique called fingerprinting to persist the session across the same browser.
3. Noted  Smiley
4. This is not intentional. As long as your browser fingerprint stays the same you should have the same funds. I have tested chrome, firefox, safari, and brave. Are you using something different?

Again, thanks for the feedback and the testing.

If you would like to change your browser fingerprint easily so you get new funds every time try our tool: https://kameleo.io/
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March 28, 2019, 03:47:13 PM
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Fist off, Thank you for the feedback!

1. In my testing it seems to be pretty quick, Did you open two different browsers (not tabs) and try to send money back and fourth ?
2. I use a technique called fingerprinting to persist the session across the same browser.
3. Noted  Smiley
4. This is not intentional. As long as your browser fingerprint stays the same you should have the same funds. I have tested chrome, firefox, safari, and brave. Are you using something different?

Again, thanks for the feedback and the testing.

1. No, i use your testnet wallet and bitcoin core tesnet wallet for testing (send from bitburner.io to Bitcoin Core and vice versa).
4. Whole testing process was done on modified Firefox to prevent fingerprinting with Tor connection (i know it's not good practice).

I won't recommend using fingerprint as privacy-oriented user (especially those who use Tor Browser) won't able to use your wallet.

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