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June 16, 2014, 05:09:30 AM
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Thanks for your reply ..

I personally think that a multi coin / multi sig / brain wallet with both
hot and cold storage solutions needs to be developed
to facilitate widespread public acceptance/usage of crypto currency ..

There was no internet ( as we've come to know it )
before Marc Andreessen's Mosaic/Netscape Navigator browser in the mid 1990's
The browser was the disruptive technological development that led to explosive internet growth

The key to future crypto currency growth is the wallet ..
It's got to be 'elegant' and idiot proof for widespread adoption ..
The simpler the wallet/user interface the better ..
  

Triff ..


I think that is one of many keys to frozenbit. Simplicity with the highest security.

 Simplicity is indeed the goal, and the focus of the frozenbit project. Let anyone be able to adopt bitcoin and you have an ecosystem not a niche.

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June 16, 2014, 09:16:17 AM
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Don't Dark Wallet and Armory both already support multisig?
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June 16, 2014, 03:16:20 PM
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Don't Dark Wallet and Armory both already support multisig?

 Thanks for the question. Dark wallet and armory are technical multisigs in which normal people aren't inclined to use. Also both are unethical to put any coins into due to there unstable nature. So in short they DO NOT support multisig, but they have their first steps in place.

 FrozenBit Will be usable anywhere without a central server holding your keys. It'll also allow anyone to able to use our technology due to the simplicity we're broadcasting.

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June 16, 2014, 11:44:41 PM
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Don't Dark Wallet and Armory both already support multisig?

 Thanks for the question. Dark wallet and armory are technical multisigs in which normal people aren't inclined to use. Also both are unethical to put any coins into due to there unstable nature. So in short they DO NOT support multisig, but they have their first steps in place.

 FrozenBit Will be usable anywhere without a central server holding your keys. It'll also allow anyone to able to use our technology due to the simplicity we're broadcasting.
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June 17, 2014, 01:12:25 AM
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Don't Dark Wallet and Armory both already support multisig?

 Thanks for the question. Dark wallet and armory are technical multisigs in which normal people aren't inclined to use. Also both are unethical to put any coins into due to there unstable nature. So in short they DO NOT support multisig, but they have their first steps in place.

 FrozenBit Will be usable anywhere without a central server holding your keys. It'll also allow anyone to able to use our technology due to the simplicity we're broadcasting.

 Overall that is the general concept. It's going to be a little bit more technical for us, but we hide that behind the interface which is more user friendly.

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June 17, 2014, 01:44:23 AM
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Multiplatform Secure Bitcoin Wallets still just a concept.
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June 17, 2014, 02:13:47 AM
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Multiplatform Secure Bitcoin Wallets still just a concept.

 Actually that couldn't be more wrong, there is a beta test going on right now. It's just not public until all bugs are phased put. We know this is the best course of action to take so we can be confident users will have the best experience.

 So lets recap, It's a promise not a concept.


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June 17, 2014, 07:41:14 PM
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Multiplatform Secure Bitcoin Wallets still just a concept.

 See post above.

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June 18, 2014, 03:24:57 PM
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Multiplatform Secure Bitcoin Wallets still just a concept.

 See post above.

 Hey what's meant by watch only address? Does that mean I can upload my keys to the site and spend funds?
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June 19, 2014, 12:18:47 AM
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Multiplatform Secure Bitcoin Wallets still just a concept.

 See post above.

 Hey what's meant by watch only address? Does that mean I can upload my keys to the site and spend funds?

 Watch only means you enter an address, without the keys and able to track it's inputs and outputs.

 Currently we don't want to have people enter keys because of the trustless nature of the service. We may consider allowing users to import their own wallets, but
currently no.

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June 20, 2014, 02:38:20 AM
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So what all does Frozenbit have planned besides a wallet/storage? Are they going to be like coinbase too?
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June 20, 2014, 03:14:27 AM
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s simple to use wallet for everyone.

ok so to log in
1 username
2 password
3 email username
4 email password to check for email from frozenbit
5 the 2FA code to verify

to spend
2 multisigs

SEVEN pieces of information.. i can convince my grandma that she has Alzheimer using frozenbit, way way way long before convincing her to use bitcoins using frozenbit

some actual constructive advice
advertising:
either keep the platform as laid out above and advertise is to only: escrows, groups, co-ops
or change the platform to be just an offline transaction signer, remove any login requirement so that all people have to do with the offline script is put in their privkey, destination(s) and amount. to send only the signed tx to a PUSHtx gateway, and advertise it as the simplist way to send bitcoins.

I DO NOT TRADE OR ACT AS ESCROW ON THIS FORUM EVER.
Please do your own research & respect what is written here as both opinion & information gleaned from experience. many people replying with insults but no on-topic content substance, automatically are 'facepalmed' and yawned at
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June 20, 2014, 03:20:48 AM
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s simple to use wallet for everyone.

ok so to log in
1 username
2 password
3 email username
4 email password to check for email from frozenbit
5 the 2FA code to verify

to spend
2 multisigs

SEVEN pieces of information.. i can convince my grandma that she has Alzheimer using frozenbit, way way way long before convincing her to use bitcoins using frozenbit

 Yes, thank you franky. We do take our process very seriously. We feel we can stay proprietary and be opensource by having these in place. Let's take a step back and examine other options and their process.

 -Blockchain, 2fa possible but traditionally you just spend.
 -Coinbase, They control your keys
 -Greenaddress, multisig, but central service.
 -Coinb.in, unable to use compressed keys and has no HD or P2SH implementatin
 -Dark Wallet, Created a negative stigma, multisig is too technical

 So thus we present frozenbit, something so easy franks grandma can use Smiley

So what all does Frozenbit have planned besides a wallet/storage? Are they going to be like coinbase too?

 We have planned implementations of bip 71, and escrow situations very soon.

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June 20, 2014, 03:33:15 AM
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Hopefully this project is coming along well! Can't wait for the release ^_^
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June 20, 2014, 04:42:13 PM
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Here we go again ..
Another tale of wallet woe ..

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=659146.0

I'm assuming the OP isn't running a scam in the referenced thread above ..

I have to say that there are at least a couple of threads on a daily basis
that deal with someone having their pocket picked of BitCoin or Altcoins ..

Maybe the solution is no wallet on the local computer ..
Offline cold storage for coins you plan to hold ..
Hot wallets need to be 'brain' wallets ala NXT ..

Wallets still need an additional security feature ( or two ) from within
the wallet that requires an action on the part of the wallet owner prior
to allowing a 'transfer' of coins to take place ..

This whole cryptocurrecy revolution is going to be relegated to a minor
financial sideshow until the wallet 'issue' is resolved once and for all ..

Triff ..
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June 21, 2014, 07:01:27 PM
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Here we go again ..
Another tale of wallet woe ..

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=659146.0

I'm assuming the OP isn't running a scam in the referenced thread above ..

I have to say that there are at least a couple of threads on a daily basis
that deal with someone having their pocket picked of BitCoin or Altcoins ..

Maybe the solution is no wallet on the local computer ..
Offline cold storage for coins you plan to hold ..
Hot wallets need to be 'brain' wallets ala NXT ..

Wallets still need an additional security feature ( or two ) from within
the wallet that requires an action on the part of the wallet owner prior
to allowing a 'transfer' of coins to take place ..

This whole cryptocurrecy revolution is going to be relegated to a minor
financial sideshow until the wallet 'issue' is resolved once and for all ..

Triff ..

 That's why we are creating multisignature wallets, he says his computer is compromised. In multisignature systems more than just his computer needs to be compromised in order to sell funds. Also they'll have to pass the 2fa to send which is unlikely.

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June 22, 2014, 10:56:05 PM
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Looks like alot of work is getting done, can't wait until this launches.
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June 23, 2014, 07:25:41 AM
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SITE IS NOW UP, IT HAS A SSL CERTIFICATE.

 Note, no functions are up yet. Please point out anything that could be fixed and any security holes you find.

0.05BTC for every security based bug fixed.

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June 23, 2014, 09:56:33 AM
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you should auto-redirect from http to https.

And why are you asking for a phone number? it should be optional.

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June 23, 2014, 10:33:35 AM
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And why are you asking for a phone number? it should be optional.

Yes please, no phone number, thank you.

BTW: I tried to register but nothing happened, just the same screen showed up again with empty fields when i clicked "REGISTER" button... no error message, nothing...
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