re: the movie.
Wake me when there's a web interface.
I'm waiting for the movie.
As knotwork said, videos have been posted already. Links are also on the OT Wiki (main page.)
FYI: New videos have already been recorded. I am about to post 10 more + and recording a few more tonight.
----------------------------------------------------------------------re: the web interface.
There are only two ways you are going to have a web interface on OT....
1. You trust the web server operator to manage your private keys.
(See previous incidents:
Bitcoinica, MyBitcoin, MtGox, etc.) Not only that, but you trust that the code is perfect, with no cross-
site scripting, no buffer overflows, no sql injection, etc being possible. You also trust hackers not to
get in. You also trust the day-to-day security practices of your web site operator, as well as any of
their employees who might have access to your private key, with which your money is ultimately controlled.
I don't know why people prefer this so much but I do understand the market need for a web interface.
I will be happy to work on this project also, but it will need to be a commercial project or otherwise
funded. How much free work do you expect from me? Roll up your sleeves!
2. My preference: Make a commercial-quality client which operates as a systray icon, having only a menu
as its interface (and some dialogs.) Then make lightweight plugins
for Chrome, Firefox, i2p, Skype,
Retroshare, AppScale, OpenStack, Magneto, Joomla, etc. This is the most secure way to do it, and also
gives the widest range of integration at the cheapest maintenance cost.
What I'd do, for those preferring ( 1 ) over ( 2 ), is just have a green button on the UI that says something
like, "Click here to download the installed version or Mobile app. It's more secure!" And migrate people over.
And make sure installable versions are available for all platforms.
Once people are storing their wallets on their mobile devices, these devices are going to start getting hacked.
We need mobile devices that use smart cards or usb keys, where we can run the OT engine / Bitcoin engine
(any crypto) outside of the device itself. Preferably also where we are using Serval protocol for voice and
CJDNS for data, and Mesh networks--these sorts of things, not centralized providers. And digital cash is
necessary to solve issues of resource allocation that will arise.
What is a good device we can buy now, and use as a normal phone, that we can later upgrade the software on
and it will function as described above?