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June 13, 2014, 08:29:08 PM
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Project has been sold,

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June 14, 2014, 05:00:33 PM
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Another First Open-Source Multisignature Bitcoin Wallet?

Now you really made me to wonder how many different wallets can be first to do the same thing... Smiley

For all I know, at least Gocoin, DarkWallet and Armory are open source and supporting multisig already.
Though none of them tells you "Launching Soon..." when you enter their webpage - with that feature you are probably very first, indeed  Wink

Check out gocoin - my original project of full bitcoin node & cold wallet written in Go.
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June 15, 2014, 06:26:29 PM
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Another First Open-Source Multisignature Bitcoin Wallet?

Now you really made me to wonder how many different wallets can be first to do the same thing... Smiley

For all I know, at least Gocoin, DarkWallet and Armory are open source and supporting multisig already.
Though none of them tells you "Launching Soon..." when you enter their webpage - with that feature you are probably very first, indeed  Wink

  I'm so-so-so sorry things take time, we'll use magic next time.

 We don't feel like launching something that's buggy and so technical it's unusable *Ahem* Wink

 This project is planned to take technicalities out of multisig and provide it so anyone can use it. It shouldn't matter if you're a long time bitcoin user or a first timer. ANYONE should be able to use bitcoin, and anyone should be able to adopt multisig.

 Remember adoption isn't magic either, and it takes time and someone to make things simple. Incase you forgot remember what the internet used to be before the first browser came out.

 See you on frozenbit.io

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June 15, 2014, 06:35:33 PM
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No worries, and no need to be sorry. I grabbed my chance to mark your ad a bit - I do such things, but it's rather meant to be a joke. People who know me get used to this Smiley

But I'm sure not only me, also other people on this forum, are waiting to see your project in the wild.
You would indeed be the fist online wallet that provides a multisig kind of security, where the wallet's owner holds one key (or two keys) while you (the server) are holding the other.
Assuming that I understood the concept correctly, reading your post, that's actually what I believe some people have been waiting for.

Check out gocoin - my original project of full bitcoin node & cold wallet written in Go.
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June 17, 2014, 01:13:30 AM
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No worries, and no need to be sorry. I grabbed my chance to mark your ad a bit - I do such things, but it's rather meant to be a joke. People who know me get used to this Smiley

But I'm sure not only me, also other people on this forum, are waiting to see your project in the wild.
You would indeed be the fist online wallet that provides a multisig kind of security, where the wallet's owner holds one key (or two keys) while you (the server) are holding the other.
Assuming that I understood the concept correctly, reading your post, that's actually what I believe some people have been waiting for.

 Yeah, that is the general concept. There is a little more going on, but we hide it behind a user friendly interface.

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June 17, 2014, 04:49:14 AM
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Very nice, Looking forward to this releasing but how is it different from GreenAddress.it though?


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June 17, 2014, 05:05:25 AM
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Very nice, Looking forward to this releasing but how is it different from GreenAddress.it though?



 Green address is neither open-source, 2 of 3 and you don't control your own keys. This is something FrozenBit is making possible. Any transaction from greenaddress has to go through their server to get signed. We use push tx with PUBLIC KEYS ONLY and send directly through the bitcoin network. All generation is done user (client) side and we don't intervene with how or when you spend your money. Assuming you can pass the 2fa.
 
 Also we're different because of how bare-boned we make multisig. Simplicity is how adoption occurs, we leave core functions in but hide them behind a nice interface.


 So in recap, we give users more control, more transparency and TRUE 2 OF 3 MULTISIG instead of 2 of 2 P2SH


 Interested in learning more? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u5q0JVDOxpo

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June 17, 2014, 05:58:11 AM
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First of all I would like to ask, you mentioned that "not even you can take our bitcoins" how will this be, when one performs a transaction the keys would show up on your side, how can one be sure that you wouldn't steal the coins.

Second, you mentioned that user can make cold-storage wallets, but then again, one would need to enter the keys on the website to perform transactions, again it would risk the bitcoins being stolen by you or a hacker.

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June 17, 2014, 02:28:30 PM
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First of all I would like to ask, you mentioned that "not even you can take our bitcoins" how will this be, when one performs a transaction the keys would show up on your side, how can one be sure that you wouldn't steal the coins.

Second, you mentioned that user can make cold-storage wallets, but then again, one would need to enter the keys on the website to perform transactions, again it would risk the bitcoins being stolen by you or a hacker.

 No private keys are required on the service, only public keys. However, you can do all generation through the service the AND project is opensource so you couldn't be more wrong and disinformed. I invite you to please read through the information provided, and if you have any questions please feel free to ask Smiley

 Also another point is we do NOT have a central server, we are a direct line between you and the bitcoin network.

 see you http://frozenbit.io

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June 18, 2014, 10:47:28 PM
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http://github.com/greenaddress should you have missed it!

Is your service live yet and where can i find your source code? How different is your service from BitGo?

If your service is not up yet, how can you compare it to other services that are actually live in production?

Wish you good luck with your project!

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June 20, 2014, 05:23:21 AM
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If your service is not up yet, how can you compare it to other services that are actually live in production?

Wish you good luck with your project!

 We have testing going on right now, I'm just repeating what people are telling me. Ofcourse, The whole nature of our service is not what I tell you, but what's in the code.

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June 30, 2014, 03:11:01 PM
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You may want to make sure you know what you talk about before parrot repeating things Cheesy

When you have time can you answer these questions?

Thanks!

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August 22, 2014, 01:03:52 AM
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 Yeah no problem, I answered them.

 Enjoy!

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August 22, 2014, 03:01:12 AM
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I like the site layout, it has a professional touch to it. I may try this out sometime!
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September 19, 2014, 02:08:13 PM
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Is there perhaps a TestNet version out one can test?
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September 24, 2014, 07:00:34 PM
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Is there perhaps a TestNet version out one can test?

 During the beta you'll have the option to use Real or testnet.

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September 27, 2014, 04:35:11 PM
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I signed up Smiley
waiting for the invite

 BE sure to watch your email in the coming weeks.

 Very nice guys! I've just signed myself up!
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October 08, 2014, 01:35:07 AM
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 Sorry for the weekend issue guys, we we're experiencing load issues. I can assure you we've adjusted for the large influx of users. Thank you for allowing us to gauge interest, so for to date we've have almost 5000 people signup for the beta and almost 3/4 of that activate their beta by email!

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October 27, 2014, 12:32:51 AM
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Over the past few months we've been on development mode

Not on github though - https://github.com/frozenbit (+ my personal favorite)

maybe having something here could help with the sc^H^H fundraising.

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October 28, 2014, 01:46:10 AM
Last edit: October 28, 2014, 04:53:53 AM by Jeff_Frozenbit
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Hello BitcoinTalk,

Before anyone else even thinks about donating to the address posted above and any other btc address associated with any of the 'Frozenbit' accounts posts, I would like to notify you that you are being SCAMMED.
The development team at FrozenBit is working out some administrative issues with our former CEO Calvin Harsh (also known as Calvin Harris). Please ignore anything posted by this account from 10/26/14 on out. Do not donate any funds to any wallet addresses posted throughout the duration of the accounts existence.
We are doing our best to work out this pressing issue and promise everything will be explained soon.
We thank you for your patience.

Kind Regards,
-Jeff Beaver
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