DIY Hardware Wallets, Part II:
There are two important categories of DIY hardware wallets that you can build from general-purpose electronic devices: the ones that run a ported firmware (a group of coders make a well-tested software available on more common hardware), and the ones that run original code.
Why is every Bitcoin skeptic citing its lack of utility as its biggest flaw? Everyone is comparing Bitcoin to digital gold or digital real estate, but has everyone forgotten that it’s a currency? It’s like asking for people to demonstrate your iPhone’s ability to open a beer. It can’t, it’s a phone!
DIY Hardware Wallets, Part I: Building Your Own Trezor One, Model T and BitBox02
We are living in the golden age of DIY hardware. Thanks to advancements in microprocessing and production/distribution, today we can purchase tiny yet powerful computers at surprisingly affordable prices – and then use them to perform surprisingly-complex tasks
The Stigma Behind Bitcoin
Just like Bitcoin, the overwhelming majority of CoinJoin users are average people. From die-hard libertarians to people trying to use Bitcoin in a country where it is curtailed, there are many reasons to want privacy and Wasabi Wallet is the solution in an ecosystem where there is none.
Wasabi Wallet vs Electrum: What’s the Difference?
Created in 2011 by Thomas Voegtlin and constantly improved since, Electrum is the absolute benchmark by which Bitcoin desktop wallets get evaluated. It’s also no surprise that whenever Bitcoin fork projects were created, Electrum was among the
Wasabi Wallet 2.0 Update
We have established the main framework for our upcoming 2.0 release. We published the research paper for our new CoinJoin protocol, WabiSabi and the user interface will be much more intuitive. We are aiming to offer privacy for everyone and to make privacy the default.