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April 06, 2012, 10:30:04 AM
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Easywallet.org features:

- works like a native app with iPhone - easy and fast
- also works the same way in android
- Easy to use currency conversions
- Anonymity & privacy: new bitcoin addresses generated generously, and all bitcoins within the service are mixed => very good level of privacy provided, outsiders can't figure out your financial information from your purchases/transactions
(note: the static address and transaction history is enabled by default, because the wallet is targeted towards newbies. Turn these features off, if you want anonymity/privacy.)
- Fees are 0.002BTC per outgoing transaction, which includes bitcoin network fee. Transactions between easywallet instances are free and instant.

To create a new wallet: https://easywallet.org

FAQ etc.: https://easywallet.org/faq

Also includes simple API. I myself have a very simple setup, where my wallet has always at least certain amount of bitcoins in it (min 50 EUR, max 100 EUR, for example). If I receive too much bitcoins, or the exchange rate goes up, the cron script automatically deducts from my easywallet. Or when I spend too much bitcoins, drinking at Room 77, the script automatically reloads my wallet each hour.

https://github.com/kangasbros/Easywallet.org-tools

Coupon feature: https://easywallet.org/coupons

Perfect for re-selling bitcoins easily to your friends!

The security precautions:

- Encrypted everything: All private keys and other crucial information is stored on ecrypted truecrypt volumes. This protects against Linode-style attacks, because if you reboot the server you need to mount the devices.
- Tor: all outgoing connections are done via Tor. This adds anonymity.
- Key hashing: only salted hashes are stored in the database. If the attacker gets the database, it isn't possible for him to get the actual URL keys. This means also that the admin of the site can't figure out the secret URLs.
- Hourly backups.

Any feature requests, feedback, etc. very welcome!

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April 06, 2012, 10:50:29 AM
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Cool site, cool django-bitcoin!

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April 20, 2012, 12:51:45 AM
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To create a new wallet: https://easywallet.org

Any reason http://www.easywallet.org shouldn't either resolve or get a redirect if it needs to be http://easywallet.org?

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April 20, 2012, 02:23:23 AM
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I'd love for the addresses to come 'used' so that they have firstbits already. And of course then you could display the firstbits.

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April 20, 2012, 02:48:22 AM
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Like that it's mobile friendly, but scanner bounces the QR code to a Google search for the URL. Might want to fix that when it goes gold.
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April 20, 2012, 07:18:17 AM
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Any reason http://www.easywallet.org shouldn't either resolve or get a redirect if it needs to be http://easywallet.org?

Thanks, just noticed this problem today. Will try to fix it ASAP.

I'd love for the addresses to come 'used' so that they have firstbits already. And of course then you could display the firstbits.

Sorry, I'm not going to implement that. I think the anonymity might be in danger if I implement something like this. And also it would be lots of work, and I don't personally see the benefits. Thanks for the feedback anyway Smiley

Edit: to clarify, my philosophy with bitcoin is that it should be as cash-like, anonymous as possible. This means one address for one use, etc. Firstbits doesn't go well with that philosophy.

Like that it's mobile friendly, but scanner bounces the QR code to a Google search for the URL. Might want to fix that when it goes gold.

How do you reproduce that error? What scanner app did you use? What phone/model etc? That sounds pretty dangerous...

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April 20, 2012, 11:27:08 PM
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Google Goggles on Android 2.3

I think it might have something to do with starting the URL off with 'http:/', one slash instead of two.
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April 21, 2012, 10:22:28 AM
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Google Goggles on Android 2.3

I think it might have something to do with starting the URL off with 'http:/', one slash instead of two.

Oh now I spotted the error, so it was with the QR code URL... Going to fix it ASAP.

Edit: fixed now.

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June 01, 2012, 03:10:50 PM
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Now there is a new service, built on top of easywallet.org, which allows you to spam your bitcoins to multiple email addresses! You know, all your friends want 0.01 bitcoins, right?

http://mater.dy.fi/

It is more like built as an example how easywallet.org API can be used. The source code is on github: https://github.com/nikla/bitcoin_spammer

Other than that, we also wrote a short guides how to use easywallet.org, for example: https://easywallet.org/en/bitcoin_for_iphone

I'd love for the addresses to come 'used' so that they have firstbits already. And of course then you could display the firstbits.

I changed my mind about this, I'm probably going to develop firstbits in a way which doesn't compromise privacy. Hopefully I will have time for it soon Cheesy


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June 01, 2012, 03:11:47 PM
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I'd love for the addresses to come 'used' so that they have firstbits already. And of course then you could display the firstbits.
I changed my mind about this, I'm probably going to develop firstbits in a way which doesn't compromise privacy. Hopefully I will have time for it soon Cheesy
Why doesn't someone code up a C++ patch and build firstbits into the satoshi client?

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June 01, 2012, 03:34:01 PM
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Why doesn't someone code up a C++ patch and build firstbits into the satoshi client?
Turn the question around, why would someone do that ?

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June 01, 2012, 03:45:01 PM
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Why doesn't someone code up a C++ patch and build firstbits into the satoshi client?
Turn the question around, why would someone do that ?
No need to depend on an external service, less likely to be inaccurate if coded properly.

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June 02, 2012, 04:22:47 AM
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@kangasbros:

I have to say I really like EasyWallet.org. I love the features and I hope you have much success with it.  Smiley
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June 02, 2012, 10:48:06 AM
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Why doesn't someone code up a C++ patch and build firstbits into the satoshi client?

Why don't you do it? Cheesy

I was thinking about tomse kind of python script, offline solution. However not very high at my priority list...

@TraderSteve thanks for the feedback! Smiley

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June 02, 2012, 02:01:58 PM
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Why doesn't someone code up a C++ patch and build firstbits into the satoshi client?
Why don't you do it? Cheesy
Because unfortunately I don't know how to code. Sad

Which makes me also ask: why are the firstbits between blockchain.info and firstbits.com different? That seems to be some kind of poor coding.

Example addresses: 1FreenodeMrq7gKn91wR4meJKEbi9RNa8M and 1FReeNodEPpTjSZaCdfk6Ai93CHwhcP3iz

On firstbits.com, the first address has a firstbits of 1freenodem, and on blockchain.info it has a firstbits of 1freenode.
On firstbits.com, the second address has a firstbits of 1freen, and on blockchain.info it has a firstbits of 1freenodep.

Both addresses were first seen in block 182600, as a sendmany transaction, and the first example address was the first in the transaction list. Therefore, 1freen should map to the first address, as it does on blockchain.info, and not to the second address, as it does on firstbits.com.

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June 02, 2012, 02:58:43 PM
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As a reminder, Instawallet.org is also available as a mobile app on Android phones (instawallet in Google Play store) and iOS phones (FriendlyPay in AppStore).

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June 03, 2012, 07:23:09 AM
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As a reminder, Instawallet.org is also available as a mobile app on Android phones (instawallet in Google Play store) and iOS phones (FriendlyPay in AppStore).

Hmm, wasn't FriendlyPay pulled from the App Store? I really can't find it...

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June 03, 2012, 08:06:50 AM
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Hmm, wasn't FriendlyPay pulled from the App Store? I really can't find it...

The link to it is in the wiki, not sure if it has been dropped by Apple:

 - http://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Mobile_Payment_Apps

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June 03, 2012, 09:20:36 AM
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Hmm, wasn't FriendlyPay pulled from the App Store? I really can't find it...

The link to it is in the wiki, not sure if it has been dropped by Apple:

 - http://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Mobile_Payment_Apps

I confirm: as of today it is available from the appstore (search: friendlypay)

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I confirm: as of today it is available from the appstore (search: friendlypay)

Not actually from all appstores... But whatever.

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