Ethereum Wallet: Sechs Wallets für Ether (ETH) im Vergleich

Official Wallet from ethereum.org is not working for me. I sent ETH to there but now when I want to send it, it just stalls.(OSX)

I got the latest update. It just seems hangs and says CONFIRMING, and then eventually says Transaction Declined.
What can I do to fix this? How long should it usually take?
Can I restore the wallet somewhere else? I have a password and keystore file.
EDIT: While we're on the subject, can anybody recommend an ETH wallet that generates a new receive address every time?
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How to configure Parity on OSX so it is only running when Ethereum Wallet or mist is open? And how do I disable Parity autostart on system startup?

Like a fool I ran the code that it suggested after the install. Now my CPU is at 50% with Parity always running, even when Ethereum Wallet or Mist is closed.
How do I disable autostart? How can I get it so that it only runs when EW or Mist is open, then closes when I close those apps?
The code I ran was: brew services start ethcore/ethcore/parity --geth
Thank you.
EDIT: One more question, where is the chaindata folder for Parity on OSX? And how do I actually verify that it's parity that is running and not Geth when I am running Mist or EW?
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BUG: Ethereum Wallet & Mist are unable to sync in OSX Sierra.

Passing this along. I've seen a few other reports online, but had made the upgrade overnight before seeing it.
Is this a geth level issue that's being worked on by devs?
SOLVED: Thanks fjl
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Wallets that you can change Bitcoin into Ethereum on either Android or OSX

Any recommendations ?
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Problems with Ethereum wallet in OSX

Hi all,
After installing the latest version of the Ethereum wallet (0.8.3) I'm not able of use my wallet, it got stuck in 2,283,416. I'm using OSX Sierra. I don't know the reason of this, other people have the same problem with Mist : https://github.com/ethereum/mist/issues/1195 There a possible solution for this? What is the reason of this "problem"?
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Wallets that you can change Bitcoin into Ethereum on either Android or OSX /r/BitcoinBeginners

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Ethereum Wallet 0.7.4 - DAO Balance Issue on OSX

Hi,
I have run 2 different tests sending Ethereum and DAO tokens to my account.
I can see the balance of Ethereum but the DAO balance is unavailable, ( not listed ).
I have tried many different suggestions setting the Watch Token but without any positive results.
When I check the DAO token balance on http://etherscan.io/ I can see all test transfers I have done, so the system recognize them.
I have triple check the account number ( I have set the main account ) but the Watch Token is grey and not allow me to take any actions:
http://screencast.com/t/or7GRGnTw
I am using Ethereum Wallet 0.7.4 on OSX El Capitan
I would love to get a solution on how to fix this issue.
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Complete Guide to the Eidoo App

One of the most popular multi-currency wallets: here is our complete guide to Eidoo
Eidoo is a multi-currency wallet available for Android and iOS. A widely announced Desktop version (OSX, Windows and Linux) has been available for some time now and is finally stable. It currently supports Bitcoin, Ethereum, ERC20 and ERC223 tokens, and numerous other cryptocurrencies.
Very easy to use app, it provides a high level of security and a hybrid exchange inside the application. Our complete guide to Eidoo will mainly cover the Android version with some references to the desktop version.

Almost all ICOs are designed using the Ethereum blockchain and the related tokens are based on the ERC-20 standard.
ERC-20 is the standard used for smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain and defines a set of rules for the implementation of tokens within the network itself.
You will therefore need a compatible wallet to send the tokens earned through Airdrops or purchased in the pre-ICO phase in case you do not want to move them to the exchange on which they will be exchanged.


In our opinion, Eidoo is the wallet par excellence for these digital coins and in this guide we will explain in detail how to use it as well as provide further details and news on its various ecosystem.

The first time with Eidoo.
1- Download the app from the Reactive Store at the S.O. of your smartphone or at the following link: https://eidoo.io/

Complete Guide Eidoo
2– Once started you have to choose whether to create a new wallet - in the case of the first use - or recover an existing wallet.


3 - Enter the password you will need to access the application on your device and confirm "terms and conditions".

Complete Guide Eidoo
4 - In the next screen select BACK NOW and re-enter the password to access the 12 words of the PASSPHRASE. If you want to recover your previous wallet, the RESTORE screen will appear (IMG 6b).


Complete Guide Eidoo

5 - Make a note of these 12 words somewhere as only thanks to these will you be able to recover the contents of your wallet in case your device is lost or the PC hard disk fails. On the next screen, enter them in the order listed.

Complete Guide Eidoo

6 - Here we are inside your personal wallet. By clicking on the top right, your Ethereum address will appear on which to receive the coin and tokens. Click on one of them and access the information screen (IMG 13). Pressing TRANSFER at the bottom will open a further screen where you can enter the destination Ethereum address and the amount to be transferred. Click on Advanced to establish the amount of Gas (Ether) to be used according to the urgency of the transfer (IMG 14).


It is possible to make a quick swap between cryptocurrencies, a bit like it happens on Coinbase, or buy them by credit card or bank transfer.

Complete Guide Eidoo

Let's now go deeper into the Eidoo App.
7 - Let's now access the menus below. Exchange is now active and you can exchange various tokens with each other directly within the application. Through the Trading Wallet you will first have to move the cryptocurrencies you wish to dedicate to trading from your Personal Wallet to the Eidoo Hybrid Exchange. Trading fees are unfortunately quite high.


Complete Guide Eidoo

8 - Eidoo Crowd. Shows a list of ICOs supported by Eidoo that you can participate in after evaluating the opportunity.


9 - More. In this section you can:

a) connect to your account on the Eidoo website for data verification

b) back up the wallet and change the Password

c) save the most used Ethereum and Bitcoin addresses

d) select the desired language

e) select the traditional reference currency

f) show hidden assets

g) add an unknown token. Force token enrollment will be used in the event that your tokens appear on Etherscan.io without being able to see them in your wallet. By entering the address of the smart contract (on how to use etherscan and smart contracts we invite you to read our Guide to Airdrops) you can insert them in your wallet.

h) enable notifications

i) share usage data anonymously

l) reset the application (you will not lose your tokens)

m) Send a report if there is a problem with the application

Desktop version 2.1.4

Complete Guide Eidoo


9 - Finally, by clicking on the Eidoo icon at the bottom center, a screen will open that will show the amount of your Edo, the Eidoo token.


10 - Every time you access Eidoo, even if it is not actually closed but placed in the background, you must enter the password.


See you soon for the next guide!

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https://eidoo.io/ico-engine/

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Introduction to The Quantum Resistant Ledger

Overview
Introduction
Quantum computers, which have at times been dismissed as a physical impossibility, have gone from the realm of "if" to the realm of "when" over the last decade.
QRL was early to recognize the threat quantum computers posed, not just to data security of the world, but blockchain as well. In response, we created a fully open source (MIT)[1], independently audited[2,3], blockchain platform[4,5], secure against even an attack from quantum computers[6].
With security as a foundation, we've developed a feature rich platform with things like notarization[7], multisig transactions[8], and an Ephemeral Messaging System[9]. This is all done with performance[10] in mind to handle volumes expected of any enterprise-grade blockchain. Future developments include Smart Contracts, and PoS.
QRL is backed by the research of individuals, organizations and institutions, with citations from several[11]. We are commited to the scientific philosophy to development with 3 open research grants[12].
Sources
  1. MIT License: https://github.com/theQRL/QRL/blob/masteLICENSE
  2. X41 D-Sec: https://github.com/theQRL/audits/blob/masteX41-theQRL-Review-2018-Final-Report.pdf
  3. red4sec: https://medium.com/the-quantum-resistant-ledgered4sec-security-audit-563ecfe04c75
  4. API: https://api.theqrl.org/
  5. Documentation: https://docs.thqrl.org/
  6. XMSS: https://nvlpubs.nist.gov/nistpubs/SpecialPublications/NIST.SP.800-208-draft.pdf
  7. Notarisation: https://docs.theqrl.org/tools/notarisation/
  8. Multisig Transactions: https://medium.com/the-quantum-resistant-ledgethe-qrl-bromine-hardfork-a-look-inside-2eed61ea90fd#3065
  9. Ephemeral Messaging System: https://github.com/theQRL/ephemeral/blob/masteEMS_whitepaper_v1.pdf
  10. QRL Technical: Weeks 36-37: https://medium.com/the-quantum-resistant-ledgeqrl-63813234ef23
  11. Citations: https://theqrl.org/research/#s:citations
  12. Research Grants: https://theqrl.org/research/grants/
Wallets
Web
Mobile
Desktop (binary)
QRL Markets
An up to date list can be found at https://theqrl.org/markets/
Official lines of communication
Is blockchain really at risk of Quantum Computing?
In short, it's not a matter of if, but when quantum computing is capable of breaking ECDSA P-256 (what Bitcoin, Ethereum and most blockchain projects use). We've put together a site called Frequently Asked Quantum Questions which has plenty of sources and should answer many of your questions: https://faqq.info/.
Worth a read is a multipart series put together by one of our community members, QRCollector.
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Roses are red, Violets are blue, Geth now supports Hardware wallets too! (v1.5.9)

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Best Ethereum Wallets

Best Ethereum Wallets
When you start using cryptocurrency the number one problem is to find a secure wallet. In this article, we will introduce the most popular Ethereum wallets.

Hardware Wallets

We start with hardware wallets. These wallets provide offline storage for cryptocurrency. This kind of Ethereum wallet is considered to be the most secure.
https://preview.redd.it/86nocaff0mh31.jpg?width=720&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=7a6d4e9a4ef9945eec416583d487e5553c4377e9

  • Trezor
Originally Trezor was developed for Bitcoin. Now it supports more different cryptocurrencies including Ethereum. This ETH wallet will work in tandem with your MyEtherWallet.Trezor is famous for the features that make it very secure. It provides 2-factor authentication, advanced cryptography and the opportunity to check transaction details before you confirm.
On the other hand, there are a couple of disadvantages. Such as the cost: the Trezor wallet is pretty expensive. If you are not a regular user you probably should consider cheaper wallets. Also, it takes time to access your holdings with this wallet.Thus using Trezor as Ethereum wallet may be a little inconvenient if you are a common user.

  • Ledger Nano S
Ledger Nano S is also a hardware wallet. It connects with any computers via USB. The most important feature of this wallet is security. As well as Trezor it provides 2-factor authentication. Aside from this, this Ethereum wallet has a PIN code to secure the device itself and also you can back up your account on the recovery sheet. Ledger Nano S gives users an opportunity to check details of transactions before the confirmation.
The main disadvantage of the Ledger Nano S wallet is the price. It is cheaper than Trezor, but it is still pricey.

  • KeepKey
KeepKey is a hierarchical deterministic (HD) wallet. It is also in the group of hardware wallets. KeepKey supports a lot of cryptocurrencies.The fact that this is an HD wallet allows users to generate private keys in an unlimited quantity. Undoubtedly this adds to the security level. Moreover, with the help of this device, you review and confirm every transaction. You can also set up a PIN code and a recovery sentence to make sure your holdings are secured enough.
It is easy to start using the KeepKey wallet. You need to download a couple of applications. One is to create a wallet. And with the help of the second one, you will be able to connect to KeepKey through Chrome.
Talking about the disadvantages we should mention the price. It is one of the most expensive wallets on the market to use it as ETH wallet.

Web Wallets

The great thing about web wallets is that you can easily access them. All you need is an internet connection.

  • MyEtherWallet
Unlike the most part of hardware wallets, MyEtherWallet is free. Nonetheless, it provides a high level of security by allowing users to store their keys on their own computers. There is no necessity to give any private information when creating a wallet.This Ethereum wallet interrogates with some hardware wallets such as Ledger Nano S and Trezor. Also, this platform gives an opportunity to write smart contracts.
In addition, MyEtherWallet provides automatic back up. So users should not remember about this by themselves.Moreover, it’s possible to get a paper Ethereum wallet by going to the “Wallet Info” section.
https://preview.redd.it/j7wzg5ki0mh31.png?width=1088&format=png&auto=webp&s=41383744e961877ba6acbf128be7fdcb2f4baf77

  • Coinbase
First of all, Coinbase is an exchange platform. Usually, it is not recommended to store cryptocurrency on the stock platforms. But Coinbase is often considered to be an exception. This platform has a wallet that is suitable for use as ETH wallet. It is easy to use and has an intuitive interface.
One of the major drawbacks of this wallet is that users don’t control their private keys.

  • MetaMask
MetaMask is not just a popular Ethereum wallet. It is a browser extension. It can be installed on a number of browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, and Opera. This form allows accessing your holdings easily.The good thing is that you don’t need to provide personal information for the registration. Also, there is an opportunity to store the private key on your computer.

Desktop Wallets

There are wallets that are made in the form of a software program. They can be installed on your device. Such wallets are called Desktop Wallets.The security level of these wallets is not as good as of hardware ones.

  • Exodus
Exodus is a multicurrency wallet. So it can become your ETH wallet.It is famous for its user-friendly interface. It is a good wallet for those who only start their journey into the cryptocurrency world. Exodus supports ERC20 tokens.Users store their private keys on their computers. This increases the security level. Exodus has a backup feature.
The drawbacks of Exodus are that there is no possibility to add any custom tokens and a small list of ERC20 tokens.

  • Atomic Wallet
Atomic Wallet has a very convenient interface which is suitable even for the beginners. It supports Ethereum and all the ERC20 tokens.The wallet supports atomic swaps. So you can not only have one wallet for Ethereum and all the ERC20 tokens but also exchange them with another user.
Unfortunately, it doesn’t have a hardware wallet yet. So the level of security may not be very high.

https://preview.redd.it/e13whvvl0mh31.png?width=1024&format=png&auto=webp&s=8ee93d65adfcee76b0f8043c6ae1e4c022c16c0b

  • Mist
Mist is the official Ethereum wallet. So it is a full node wallet. Full node wallet downloads the whole Ethereum blockchain on users’ computers. In other words, it downloads all the data about the ETH network. This type of wallet makes any user a full-fledged member of the blockchain.
Mist has developed the way to allow users to interact with their ETH storage easily. It is free. Users don’t provide private information during the process of registration. The only way to access your wallet is to use a password. Your private keys are stored on your computer.The Mist wallet supports smart contracts.

Mobile Wallets

Sometimes it is more convenient to use a mobile wallet, which can be installed on your mobile devices. This type of wallets provides quicker access to your storage wherever you are. Mobile wallets are easier to use than desktop ones, but it is riskier.

  • Jaxx Liberty
Jaxx is free. It supports a lot of cryptocurrencies including ETH. It can work on different platforms such as Linux, Windows, and OSX. There is also an extension for Chrome browser. The interface of Jaxx wallet is simple and good to use.
However, the security of this wallet raises some questions.

  • Coinomi
Coinomi is an Android app. It is easy to use and supports a wide range of cryptocurrencies. With this wallet, you don’t have to think about backup. Coinomi has a feature that helps you to keep all the information. It is secure enough. Your private keys are nowhere but on your device. Coinomi protects the user’s identity when they sign up.
Unfortunately, so far there is only an app for Android.

https://preview.redd.it/4iyn26do0mh31.png?width=1604&format=png&auto=webp&s=7a9d58bb81911aa336aa93320dbdae5f763d4a3e

Paper Wallets

Paper wallets allow printing private keys on paper. And this printed document is used as a wallet. These wallets are not that easy to access. Although the level of security is relatively high.

  • ethaddress
In case you are looking for a way to store your ETH in the most secure Ethereum wallet, but you are not ready to pay for a hardware one, try ethaddress. This wallet is free. It provides a high level of security.

  • WalletGenerator.net
The core of this key-generating wallet is 99% identical to the well-considered bitaddress.org.First of all, it’s necessary to download this website from Github, unpack and open the index.html file directly from your computer. The code version control allows to significantly simplify the mutual verification of the executable code. For more security, disconnect from the Internet at the time of creating your wallet.

How to keep your wallet in security?

Whatever wallet you choose you want it to be as secure as possible. Here are some ideas on how to achieve this:
  • Choose a wallet that suits your requirementsAll wallets are aimed at different goals and ways to use. Some of these wallets offer high security, some provide you with easy access for fast trading. Therefore, you should choose exactly what suits your needs best.
  • Keep your private key safeAlways make sure that your private key is secure and is stored in a safe place. Moreover, do not share your private keys. No, not with friends. Not even with your parents.
  • Set up 2-factor authenticationSome wallets offer this feature to increase the security of your coins. Do not ignore 2-factor authentication, set it up for extra confidence in protection against theft.
  • Backup, backup, and backupNothing protects you better from unforeseen accidents than a good old backup. This way you can keep access to your coins.
  • Store your funds offlineWith all the security levels offline wallets are still the most secure ones. Therefore, it is better to keep large amounts of ETH coins only on offline wallets.

https://preview.redd.it/fg2c449q1mh31.jpg?width=1216&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=559936b2921ebac41e7cef64187b1920453cf229
To sum up, you should choose the best Ethereum wallet by yourself based on your needs. All wallets have both advantages and disadvantages. Simply decide which feature is more important to you.We wish you an easy choice of the best ETH wallet and the safe storage of coins.

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Don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have via [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]).
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Best Ethereum Wallets

Best Ethereum Wallets
When you start using cryptocurrency the number one problem is to find a secure wallet. In this article, we will introduce the most popular Ethereum wallets.

Hardware Wallets

We start with hardware wallets. These wallets provide offline storage for cryptocurrency. This kind of Ethereum wallet is considered to be the most secure.
https://preview.redd.it/ovlczorz6mh31.jpg?width=720&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=eba30a80ba4fd2928272f3fa8dcef39da0177a8f

  • Trezor
Originally Trezor was developed for Bitcoin. Now it supports more different cryptocurrencies including Ethereum. This ETH wallet will work in tandem with your MyEtherWallet.Trezor is famous for the features that make it very secure. It provides 2-factor authentication, advanced cryptography and the opportunity to check transaction details before you confirm.
On the other hand, there are a couple of disadvantages. Such as the cost: the Trezor wallet is pretty expensive. If you are not a regular user you probably should consider cheaper wallets. Also, it takes time to access your holdings with this wallet.Thus using Trezor as Ethereum wallet may be a little inconvenient if you are a common user.

  • Ledger Nano S
Ledger Nano S is also a hardware wallet. It connects with any computers via USB. The most important feature of this wallet is security. As well as Trezor it provides 2-factor authentication. Aside from this, this Ethereum wallet has a PIN code to secure the device itself and also you can back up your account on the recovery sheet. Ledger Nano S gives users an opportunity to check details of transactions before the confirmation.
The main disadvantage of the Ledger Nano S wallet is the price. It is cheaper than Trezor, but it is still pricey.

  • KeepKey
KeepKey is a hierarchical deterministic (HD) wallet. It is also in the group of hardware wallets. KeepKey supports a lot of cryptocurrencies.The fact that this is an HD wallet allows users to generate private keys in an unlimited quantity. Undoubtedly this adds to the security level. Moreover, with the help of this device, you review and confirm every transaction. You can also set up a PIN code and a recovery sentence to make sure your holdings are secured enough.
It is easy to start using the KeepKey wallet. You need to download a couple of applications. One is to create a wallet. And with the help of the second one, you will be able to connect to KeepKey through Chrome.
Talking about the disadvantages we should mention the price. It is one of the most expensive wallets on the market to use it as ETH wallet.

Web Wallets

The great thing about web wallets is that you can easily access them. All you need is an internet connection.

  • MyEtherWallet
Unlike the most part of hardware wallets, MyEtherWallet is free. Nonetheless, it provides a high level of security by allowing users to store their keys on their own computers. There is no necessity to give any private information when creating a wallet.This Ethereum wallet interrogates with some hardware wallets such as Ledger Nano S and Trezor. Also, this platform gives an opportunity to write smart contracts.
In addition, MyEtherWallet provides automatic back up. So users should not remember about this by themselves.Moreover, it’s possible to get a paper Ethereum wallet by going to the “Wallet Info” section.
https://preview.redd.it/rtvnw6p37mh31.png?width=1088&format=png&auto=webp&s=46fdf6af91d12fccc41d5a0d3fe3ee32ffce61dd

  • Coinbase
First of all, Coinbase is an exchange platform. Usually, it is not recommended to store cryptocurrency on the stock platforms. But Coinbase is often considered to be an exception. This platform has a wallet that is suitable for use as ETH wallet. It is easy to use and has an intuitive interface.
One of the major drawbacks of this wallet is that users don’t control their private keys.

  • MetaMask
MetaMask is not just a popular Ethereum wallet. It is a browser extension. It can be installed on a number of browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, and Opera. This form allows accessing your holdings easily.The good thing is that you don’t need to provide personal information for the registration. Also, there is an opportunity to store the private key on your computer.

Desktop Wallets

There are wallets that are made in the form of a software program. They can be installed on your device. Such wallets are called Desktop Wallets.The security level of these wallets is not as good as of hardware ones.

  • Exodus
Exodus is a multicurrency wallet. So it can become your ETH wallet.It is famous for its user-friendly interface. It is a good wallet for those who only start their journey into the cryptocurrency world. Exodus supports ERC20 tokens.Users store their private keys on their computers. This increases the security level. Exodus has a backup feature.
The drawbacks of Exodus are that there is no possibility to add any custom tokens and a small list of ERC20 tokens.
  • Atomic Wallet
Atomic Wallet has a very convenient interface which is suitable even for the beginners. It supports Ethereum and all the ERC20 tokens.The wallet supports atomic swaps. So you can not only have one wallet for Ethereum and all the ERC20 tokens but also exchange them with another user.
Unfortunately, it doesn’t have a hardware wallet yet. So the level of security may not be very high.
https://preview.redd.it/a810i9277mh31.png?width=1024&format=png&auto=webp&s=6b57cce28966819ea9922675e0c64180996eb9da

  • Mist
Mist is the official Ethereum wallet. So it is a full node wallet. Full node wallet downloads the whole Ethereum blockchain on users’ computers. In other words, it downloads all the data about the ETH network. This type of wallet makes any user a full-fledged member of the blockchain
Mist has developed the way to allow users to interact with their ETH storage easily. It is free. Users don’t provide private information during the process of registration. The only way to access your wallet is to use a password. Your private keys are stored on your computer.The Mist wallet supports smart contracts.

Mobile Wallets

Sometimes it is more convenient to use a mobile wallet, which can be installed on your mobile devices. This type of wallets provides quicker access to your storage wherever you are. Mobile wallets are easier to use than desktop ones, but it is riskier.

  • Jaxx Liberty
Jaxx is free. It supports a lot of cryptocurrencies including ETH. It can work on different platforms such as Linux, Windows, and OSX. There is also an extension for Chrome browser. The interface of Jaxx wallet is simple and good to use.
However, the security of this wallet raises some questions.
  • Coinomi
Coinomi is an Android app. It is easy to use and supports a wide range of cryptocurrencies. With this wallet, you don’t have to think about backup. Coinomi has a feature that helps you to keep all the information. It is secure enough. Your private keys are nowhere but on your device. Coinomi protects the user’s identity when they sign up.
Unfortunately, so far there is only an app for Android.
https://preview.redd.it/75o14iff7mh31.png?width=1604&format=png&auto=webp&s=280cdfaf6ea98e90f626e7bd9e2c3edbf2fd6ba2

Paper Wallets

Paper wallets allow printing private keys on paper. And this printed document is used as a wallet. These wallets are not that easy to access. Although the level of security is relatively high.

  • ethaddress
In case you are looking for a way to store your ETH in the most secure Ethereum wallet, but you are not ready to pay for a hardware one, try ethaddress. This wallet is free. It provides a high level of security.

  • WalletGenerator.net
The core of this key-generating wallet is 99% identical to the well-considered bitaddress.org.First of all, it’s necessary to download this website from Github, unpack and open the index.html file directly from your computer. The code version control allows to significantly simplify the mutual verification of the executable code. For more security, disconnect from the Internet at the time of creating your wallet.

How to keep your wallet in security?

Whatever wallet you choose you want it to be as secure as possible. Here are some ideas on how to achieve this:
  • Choose a wallet that suits your requirementsAll wallets are aimed at different goals and ways to use. Some of these wallets offer high security, some provide you with easy access for fast trading. Therefore, you should choose exactly what suits your needs best.
  • Keep your private key safeAlways make sure that your private key is secure and is stored in a safe place. Moreover, do not share your private keys. No, not with friends. Not even with your parents.
  • Set up 2-factor authenticationSome wallets offer this feature to increase the security of your coins. Do not ignore 2-factor authentication, set it up for extra confidence in protection against theft.
  • Backup, backup, and backupNothing protects you better from unforeseen accidents than a good old backup. This way you can keep access to your coins.
  • Store your funds offlineWith all the security levels offline wallets are still the most secure ones. Therefore, it is better to keep large amounts of ETH coins only on offline wallets.
https://preview.redd.it/z05sf6ci7mh31.jpg?width=1216&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=546eed6ba6fc867ff4999d77ef88c6baeaeea8f3
To sum up, you should choose the best Ethereum wallet by yourself based on your needs. All wallets have both advantages and disadvantages. Simply decide which feature is more important to you.We wish you an easy choice of the best ETH wallet and the safe storage of coins.

Feel free to follow our updates and news on Twitter, Facebook, Telegram and BitcoinTalk.Read what the customers say about SimpleSwap on Trustpilot.Don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have via [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]).
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The Ark Coin's Value

Hey, everyone. We know there has been a lot of FUD and confusion over what exactly the Ark coin does lately. So to add on to our post 6 months ago outlining The Ark Team's Vision, we're going to go into what exactly your red triangles will do for you and to address some of the questions people raised that caused a lot of FUD.

Quick refresher

What will the coin be used for?
Firstly, fees on the Ark blockchain must be paid in Ark. That's the case for most cryptos. If you make a transaction on Blockchain A, the transaction fee is denoted in Blockchain A's coins. Since the Ark blockchain is meant to be used as a "highway" to transmit messages between blockchains, the demand for Ark coins will increase as more blockclains join the Ark Ecosystem.
Why would anyone connect their blockchain to Ark?
You've all heard this before and it's outlined in The Ark Team's Vision. But as a refresher, the Ark software stack makes it stupidly simple to launch and customize your own blockchain. Right out of the box, developers get access to Ark's ecosystem of plugins to customize their network (like the ArkVM), a mobile wallet that's in both the Android and iOS store, a desktop wallet that works on Windows, OSX, and Linux, and a beautiful explorer. It just works with a single click of a button in the upcoming Pushbutton Deployable Blockchains feature.
Here is what led to a lot of anxiety
Will these pushbutton deployed chains be relying on Ark?
No. Not inherently. Not like how ERC20s rely on the Ethereum blockchain where fees (gas) are paid in ether. Ark's scalability plan works by segregating dapps into their own blockchains as to not bog down the main Ark chain. This also has the effect of decoupling the dapp/bridgechain's coin from the Ark coin.
Doesn't this mean the Ark coin is useless then?
No. Every chain deployed using the Ark stack will be automatically integrated with the greater Ark Ecosystem out of the box. Of course they can always choose not to and modify their core codebase to be incompatible with the Ark protocol while getting the codebase, plugins, fancy wallets, and explorer for free.
What if every bridgechain decides to do that?
The same risk exists for every crypto project because they're all open source! But there is greater incentive for them not to for Ark or any incumbent player because of the network effect and preexisting infrastructure. A competitor would have to get the same $200M in funding that the Ark team has, build out their own ACES marketplace or trustless swap infrastructure, and convince people to leave the Ark community to join them. Is it possible? Sure. Is it likely? Not in our opinion.
Feasibility of economics aside, bridgechains will also get instant liquidity by being able to exchange their coins for Ark without having to wait to get listed on an exchange. This also means people are incentivized to have their bridgechain ICO accept Ark and set aside a portion of that to provide liquidity for their investors and to facilitate communication with the Ark blockchain.
What if a bridgechain becomes really popular? Why wouldn't I just hold their coin instead of Ark?
This was brought up on Slack and Matthew_DC answered it but probably wasn't clear due to how hectic it got in there.
Think of it this way: Yes, you can just hold Persona if all you use and plan on using in the future is the Persona blockchain. That would be akin to living off Amazon giftcards in real life.
Ark is like cash. You can use it for every chain in the ecosystem. Cash is inherently more valuable to more people which is why you usually see giftcards on sale for less than its fiat value.
It's also possible that the bridgechain will outperform Ark, but then you could just hedge your bets and swap your Ark for that coin then swap back later. The relationship between Ark and bridgechain coins will be similar to Bitcoin and altcoins.
What do you mean I can use Ark on other chains?
Here's a visual representation
  1. Imagine a single universal Ark Ecosystem wallet holding ARK that has a nice UI with a list of dapps in the ecosystem.
  2. You select a dapp in the wallet.
  3. You send a tx from the wallet using Ark with instructions in the Smartbridge field.
----Everything below this line is transparent to the user----
  1. The Ark gets converted to dappCoin via an intermediary like ACES or some other node network to facilitate swaps
  2. The intermediary node receives Ark and uses the dappCoin on the dapp chain to do whatever it is the user wanted to do using the instructions in the Smartbridge field.
  3. The dappchain responds to the request to the intermediary.
  4. The intermediary sends an Ark tx with the results of the dapp computation/action in the smartbridge field.
----Everything above this line is transparent to the user----
  1. After 8+ seconds, user's wallet shows them the result of their interaction with the dapp bridgechain.
This is where the Ark coin will deliver the most value for holders. The Ark coin will be a universal "omni-coin" that will instantly shapeshift into bridgechain coins to interact with the bridgechain dapp.
Holders will want Ark to interact with dapps. Developers will want Ark to build out their bridgechains and to fund their ICOs.
Can't someone just clone Ark, make some improvements, and use their coin as the omnicoin?
Yes. There is nothing stopping anyone from doing that.
There is also nothing stopping anyone from making some improvements to Ethereum, porting all the existing erc20s and dapps and trying to supplant Ethereum. They can do all of that but the chances of them succeeding in converting enough users over to them are slim.
For someone to supplant the Ark blockchain and Ark coin, they would need orders of magnitude better technology (users won't switch for marginal improvements), set up their own coin swap infrastructure, compete against a preexisting community, and have at least as much funding as the Ark team has right now. And any marginal tech improvements they make can just be merged into the Ark codebase because everything is open source.
We hope this addresses everyone's concerns and is easier to read than the meandering slack log that was posted yesterday. Feel free to ask any questions you may have and we'll try our best to answer them.
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FAQ & Daily General Discussion - December 22, 2017

Welcome!
As only 2 stickied threads are possible, we have decided to combine the "Are you new here" and the daily discussion thread. XRB is attracting more and more people, both veterans and newbies in the cryptoworld. As XRB is quite a bit different than other coins/blockchains, it's normal that a lot of users have (the same) questions. So please, before making a new thread, read this post first and use the search bar! Threads that are created which contain a question to which an answer is available here, will be locked and directed to this post.
 
Guidelines for posting in this thread:
 
Questions, debates, meta issues, etc are all welcome. Breaking news should be posted separately from this thread. Rules:
 
Be respectful to one another. Follow the golden rule. No trolling or shilling.
 
Guidelines for posting new threads:
 
Is your thread something that does not fit in the daily thread or in another 'general' thread? Do you have a question, and it's not in the list below? Do you have exiting news to post? Did you use the search bar first? Good, go ahead :-)
 
The Whitepaper: In logical order, we start with the whitepaper. It contains the complete details about RaiBlocks, including some more technical details. Even if you're not technical, take a quick look at it. It will explain a lot! https://raiblocks.net/media/RaiBlocks_Whitepaper__English.pdf
 
The FAQs: Now the technical FAQs, a document explaining how it works, how it compares to other coins, ... https://raiblocks.net/media/RaiBlocks_FAQ.pdf
 
Let's keep a decent overview of other, more practical questions :-)
 
How do I buy or store XRB? Check out these guides: https://www.reddit.com/RaiBlocks/comments/7i0co0/the_definitive_guide_to_buying_and_storing/ https://www.reddit.com/RaiBlocks/comments/7iv89b/how_to_buy_xrb_without_waiting_for_a_transaction/
 
My desktop wallet isn't syncing! Do the numbers between the brackets still move? Good. The numbers before the parentheses are the number of blocks the wallet has verified, the numbers between parentheses is the amount of downloaded-but-not-yet-verified blocks. Is the wallet unlocked? Good, it needs to be unlocked to be able to sync. Still nothing? Go to 'accounts' - 'use account'. Still nothing? Close the wallet, reopen it.
 
What is a representative? Ah, so you haven't read the whitepaper haven't you... When conflicting blocks arise, a vote will have to be cast on which block to accept. Since you won't be online 24/7, you can outsource your voting power to a representative, who are online 24/7. They cannot access your funds, and you can change it anytime.
 
What is the incentive to run a node? Apart from helping the network and making it more secure, this user gives a detailed answer: https://www.reddit.com/CryptoCurrency/comments/7j4xgt/i_just_sent_1000xrb_from_one_wallet_to_anothedr4l587/
 
My transaction isn't visible in my wallet or it says 'not pocketed' on the block explorer! Is your wallet fully synced? Yes? Good, it needs to be completely synced before it will show your balances. Nothing? Go to "https://raiblocks.net/account/index.php?acc=ADDRESS HERE". Do you see the transaction there (as 'not pocketed')? Good, that means that it's just a matter of showing it in your wallet, the coins are linked to your address already. In your wallet, go to 'Accounts' - 'Use account', 'Back', 'Advanced' - 'Search for receivables'. Did it work? Good. If not, go to 'Advanced' - 'Account explorer', hit refresh. Still nothing? Close/kill the wallet and reopen it. Still nothing? Go to 'Advanced' and change the unit from Mxrb to xrb and back to Mxrb. Stillll nothing? Fine, make a thread!
 
The syncing is sooo slow!! On HDD, it can take a couple days for it to sync. Why? Every block is only 400bytes in size, they all need to be written on your HDD. SSD takes about 12h. Check the bottom of this post for a shortcut if you use HDD (or SSD and have no patience :-) ).
 
My withdrawal from BitGrail/Mercatox isn't working!! BitGrail and Mercatox are having quite some issues, both due to a bug in their RaiBlocks node, and because of being overwelmed. They have to do each withdrawal manually. Log a ticket and have patience! Mercatox support: https://mercatox.com/support BitGrail support: to be added when they're back
 
We need a new exchange & website & ...!! Indeed, large exchange would be super!. But before that, we need a new website, mobile wallets, ... Those are in the make. Don't ask about the new exchanges, no one knows!
 
What is the incentive to run a node? There is no monetary reward, but tread this post/comment! https://www.reddit.com/CryptoCurrency/comments/7j4xgt/i_just_sent_1000xrb_from_one_wallet_to_anothedr4l587/
 
We're limited to 7k TPS, how's that scalable!? The current limitation of 7K TPS is a hardware limitation of writing data to the disk, not a protocol limitation. As hardware improves, so will the TPS limit.
 
Does the receiver account have to be online when I create my send transaction? No, whenever the send transaction goes out, the funds are "not pocketed" by the receiver. The funds are as good as the receivers and cannot be revoked by the sender. "Not pocketed" funds do NOT expire.
 
What are "not pocketed" funds? A transaction consists of a "send" and a "receive" transaction. During the period where a "send" doesn't have its partnering "receive" transaction, the accounts are considered "not pocketed" by the recipient. "Not pocketed" funds are securely the receiver's funds. Once the receiver's wallet comes online, is fully synced, and unlocked, the funds will automatically be signed into their account chain.
 
What are the requirements to run a node? Currently the only real recommendation is to have a fast storage medium, such as an SSD instead of HDD. This is because currently the full node software does a lot of disk I/O for rapidly processing transactions. This may change with future full node versions that better utilize available system RAM and relax disk I/O.
 
What do the numbers at the top of the desktop wallet mean? The numbers will look like: processed (unprocessed downloaded) Where "processed" is the number of downloaded blocks that your node has processed, and "unprocessed downloaded" are blocks that your software has downloaded but not processed yet. To be fully synced, all blocks must be processed. As new transactions are created on the network, they will be downloaded into the "unprocessed" category to be subsequently processed.
 
How can I run a full node? The desktop wallet is already a full node! Just by running it you are helping
 
Can I send funds to my wallet before it is synced? Yes. Funds can be sent to any "xrb_" address, even if they were created in an offline environment. RaiBlocks is exactly the same as ethereum or bitcoin in this sense. The funds will show up when the wallet is fully synced with the network. Make sure to back up your seed!
 
How do I backup my wallet? Just write down your seed and keep it in a safe place. All accounts generated from that seed will be generated again (in order) when you restore that seed.
 
Can I reuse an address? Yes, unlike IOTA you can reuse addresses like in Bitcoin and Ethereum. Please understand the reasoning for this; IOTA does this because it is a drawback to the quantum-proof digital signature algorithm they use. RaiBlocks' current digital signature algorithm is not quantum proof, but the devs have expressed interest in changing to a quantum-proof algortihm as the field matures and quantum computers become a more significant threat to the network.
 
What's up with the units? Currently the ticker XRB on exchanges represents 1 Mxrb (or million xrb). As the name suggests, 1Mxrb = 1000000 xrb. The smallest unit of RaiBlocks is the raw. There are 1024 raw in an xrb, or 1030 raw in an Mxrb/XRB. Whenever people are talking, they are generally talking in XRB or equivalently Mxrb
 
What is the max supply? The max supply is 133,248,290 XRB. For units see the question above. Why this number? Well RaiBlock's value is kept in a uint128 variable (unsigned 128-bit integer). An uint128 has max value (2128)-1, which is approximately 340,282,366,920,938,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000. This was the original number of "raw" in RaiBlocks. RaiBlocks was distributed via a Captcha faucet distribution system; of which 133,248,290 XRB were distributed. Due to some non-technical issues, the faucet distribution was cut short and the remaining quantity was burned. This leaves just 133,248,290 XRB (approximately 133,248,290,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 raw) circulating.
 
Can someone access my funds even if I use a password (desktop wallet) Yes. The password feature of the desktop wallet just encrypts the seed locally on your computer. If anyone gets access to your plaintext (unencrypted seed, the thing we tell you to backup) they have access to your funds. The benefit of the password is that if someone has access to your computer, they don't immediately have access to your raiblocks.
 
Whats a seed? What's a private key? Whats a public key? Any time you set up a Raiblocks address (such as creating a new wallet) , you will be provided with a "Seed" which is 64 characters of text that is unique to your wallet. Do not store your seed online (e.g do not screenshot, email or save it in a file) because anyone with the seed can access all accounts on it and take all of your Rai! The reason why it is provided is so that if for any reason you need to recover your account(s) you can do so without the original wallet you created the account on, so keep it safe!
 
Tips & Tricks * Transferring BTC between exchanges can be expensive and relatively fast (think hour(s)), or cheap and slow (think a few days). LTC or ETH transfers are faster, but make sure to check the discrepancy in BTC-LTC or BTC-ETH prices on markets with low volume! * 1 XRB as bought on an exchange is 1 million xrb, aka Rai. 1 Rai = 1024th raw, the smallest units on the RaiBlocks network. * 'Not pocketed' can stay like that indefinitely. If you want to spend the coins, you'll have to sync your wallet and create a 'RECEIVE' block though (this is done by Advanced - Check for receivables in the desktop wallet).
 
Want to try out the instant transactions without any fees? Check out This link
 
Daily update of data.ldb for 1st sync (December 22th, 2017) Want to skip the long sync time? Save your seed, check Readme.txt if you are going to use this method to speed up 1st wallet sync! Confirm the checksums/links in the #support channel at https://chat.raiblocks.net/. It's usually posted by core dev SergSW. This link or this slightly newer one will guide you through it, but use the links below for the most recent files.
 
On OSX, use the Linux files. Replace them in /Users/Library/RaiBlocks/. A Mac can be found here.
 
https://yadi.sk/d/fcZgyES73Jzj5T https://www.dropbox.com/sh/5gbe8d763cyq8cc/AADbcCVi7hI7OieZwOqwLcdua?dl=0 https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1sP1z9S011f1W_0nK1KJ-UCJbjaNmk8GQ
RaiBlocks_Win64_2017_12_22_08.7z (for version 9.0)
SHA1: 60AC633E71BDF9F5B851EACB391A075CBFADE3E1 SHA256: 17D31B0BC27D517AE767395EC1D06C8524B8FB17D3E57D5115B6225B4CE06E3F 
RaiBlocks_Linux64_2017_12_22_08.7z (for version 9.0)
SHA1: 1169FE33198DDD5D66676585EEB378B6ACA6A11A SHA256: 4E4242B8891E0D3C890765EF9F0E03FD3F5ABE38C87B720EA06367B9C5863BFE 
Make sure to read the readme.txt!!
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FAQ & Daily General Discussion - December 20, 2017

Welcome!
As only 2 stickied threads are possible, we have decided to combine the "Are you new here" and the daily discussion thread. XRB is attracting more and more people, both veterans and newbies in the cryptoworld. As XRB is quite a bit different than other coins/blockchains, it's normal that a lot of users have (the same) questions. So please, before making a new thread, read this post first and use the search bar! Threads that are created which contain a question to which an answer is available here, will be locked and directed to this post.
 
Guidelines for posting in this thread:
 
Questions, debates, meta issues, etc are all welcome. Breaking news should be posted separately from this thread. Rules:
 
Be respectful to one another. Follow the golden rule. No trolling or shilling.
 
Guidelines for posting new threads:
 
Is your thread something that does not fit in the daily thread or in another 'general' thread? Do you have a question, and it's not in the list below? Do you have exiting news to post? Did you use the search bar first? Good, go ahead :-)
 
The Whitepaper: In logical order, we start with the whitepaper. It contains the complete details about RaiBlocks, including some more technical details. Even if you're not technical, take a quick look at it. It will explain a lot! https://raiblocks.net/media/RaiBlocks_Whitepaper__English.pdf
 
The FAQs: Now the technical FAQs, a document explaining how it works, how it compares to other coins, ... https://raiblocks.net/media/RaiBlocks_FAQ.pdf
 
Let's keep a decent overview of other, more practical questions :-)
 
How do I buy or store XRB? Check out these guides: https://www.reddit.com/RaiBlocks/comments/7i0co0/the_definitive_guide_to_buying_and_storing/ https://www.reddit.com/RaiBlocks/comments/7iv89b/how_to_buy_xrb_without_waiting_for_a_transaction/
 
My desktop wallet isn't syncing! Do the numbers between the brackets still move? Good. The numbers before the parentheses are the number of blocks the wallet has verified, the numbers between parentheses is the amount of downloaded-but-not-yet-verified blocks. Is the wallet unlocked? Good, it needs to be unlocked to be able to sync. Still nothing? Go to 'accounts' - 'use account'. Still nothing? Close the wallet, reopen it.
 
What is a representative? Ah, so you haven't read the whitepaper haven't you... When conflicting blocks arise, a vote will have to be cast on which block to accept. Since you won't be online 24/7, you can outsource your voting power to a representative, who are online 24/7. They cannot access your funds, and you can change it anytime.
 
What is the incentive to run a node? Apart from helping the network and making it more secure, this user gives a detailed answer: https://www.reddit.com/CryptoCurrency/comments/7j4xgt/i_just_sent_1000xrb_from_one_wallet_to_anothedr4l587/
 
My transaction isn't visible in my wallet or it says 'not pocketed' on the block explorer! Is your wallet fully synced? Yes? Good, it needs to be completely synced before it will show your balances. Nothing? Go to "https://raiblocks.net/account/index.php?acc=ADDRESS HERE". Do you see the transaction there (as 'not pocketed')? Good, that means that it's just a matter of showing it in your wallet, the coins are linked to your address already. In your wallet, go to 'Accounts' - 'Use account', 'Back', 'Advanced' - 'Search for receivables'. Did it work? Good. If not, go to 'Advanced' - 'Account explorer', hit refresh. Still nothing? Close/kill the wallet and reopen it. Still nothing? Go to 'Advanced' and change the unit from Mxrb to xrb and back to Mxrb. Stillll nothing? Fine, make a thread!
 
The syncing is sooo slow!! On HDD, it can take a couple days for it to sync. Why? Every block is only 400bytes in size, they all need to be written on your HDD. SSD takes about 12h. Check the bottom of this post for a shortcut if you use HDD (or SSD and have no patience :-) ).
 
My withdrawal from BitGrail/Mercatox isn't working!! BitGrail and Mercatox are having quite some issues, both due to a bug in their RaiBlocks node, and because of being overwelmed. They have to do each withdrawal manually. Log a ticket and have patience! Mercatox support: https://mercatox.com/support BitGrail support: to be added when they're back
 
We need a new exchange & website & ...!! Indeed, large exchange would be super!. But before that, we need a new website, mobile wallets, ... Those are in the make. Don't ask about the new exchanges, no one knows!
 
What is the incentive to run a node? There is no monetary reward, but tread this post/comment! https://www.reddit.com/CryptoCurrency/comments/7j4xgt/i_just_sent_1000xrb_from_one_wallet_to_anothedr4l587/
 
We're limited to 7k TPS, how's that scalable!? The current limitation of 7K TPS is a hardware limitation of writing data to the disk, not a protocol limitation. As hardware improves, so will the TPS limit.
 
Does the receiver account have to be online when I create my send transaction? No, whenever the send transaction goes out, the funds are "not pocketed" by the receiver. The funds are as good as the receivers and cannot be revoked by the sender. "Not pocketed" funds do NOT expire.
 
What are "not pocketed" funds? A transaction consists of a "send" and a "receive" transaction. During the period where a "send" doesn't have its partnering "receive" transaction, the accounts are considered "not pocketed" by the recipient. "Not pocketed" funds are securely the receiver's funds. Once the receiver's wallet comes online, is fully synced, and unlocked, the funds will automatically be signed into their account chain.
 
What are the requirements to run a node? Currently the only real recommendation is to have a fast storage medium, such as an SSD instead of HDD. This is because currently the full node software does a lot of disk I/O for rapidly processing transactions. This may change with future full node versions that better utilize available system RAM and relax disk I/O.
 
What do the numbers at the top of the desktop wallet mean? The numbers will look like: processed (unprocessed downloaded) Where "processed" is the number of downloaded blocks that your node has processed, and "unprocessed downloaded" are blocks that your software has downloaded but not processed yet. To be fully synced, all blocks must be processed. As new transactions are created on the network, they will be downloaded into the "unprocessed" category to be subsequently processed.
 
How can I run a full node? The desktop wallet is already a full node! Just by running it you are helping
 
Can I send funds to my wallet before it is synced? Yes. Funds can be sent to any "xrb_" address, even if they were created in an offline environment. RaiBlocks is exactly the same as ethereum or bitcoin in this sense. The funds will show up when the wallet is fully synced with the network. Make sure to back up your seed!
 
How do I backup my wallet? Just write down your seed and keep it in a safe place. All accounts generated from that seed will be generated again (in order) when you restore that seed.
 
Can I reuse an address? Yes, unlike IOTA you can reuse addresses like in Bitcoin and Ethereum. Please understand the reasoning for this; IOTA does this because it is a drawback to the quantum-proof digital signature algorithm they use. RaiBlocks' current digital signature algorithm is not quantum proof, but the devs have expressed interest in changing to a quantum-proof algortihm as the field matures and quantum computers become a more significant threat to the network.
 
What's up with the units? Currently the ticker XRB on exchanges represents 1 Mxrb (or million xrb). As the name suggests, 1Mxrb = 1000000 xrb. The smallest unit of RaiBlocks is the raw. There are 1024 raw in an xrb, or 1030 raw in an Mxrb/XRB. Whenever people are talking, they are generally talking in XRB or equivalently Mxrb
 
What is the max supply? The max supply is 133,248,290 XRB. For units see the question above. Why this number? Well RaiBlock's value is kept in a uint128 variable (unsigned 128-bit integer). An uint128 has max value (2128)-1, which is approximately 340,282,366,920,938,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000. This was the original number of "raw" in RaiBlocks. RaiBlocks was distributed via a Captcha faucet distribution system; of which 133,248,290 XRB were distributed. Due to some non-technical issues, the faucet distribution was cut short and the remaining quantity was burned. This leaves just 133,248,290 XRB (approximately 133,248,290,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 raw) circulating.
 
Tips & Tricks * Transferring BTC between exchanges can be expensive and relatively fast (think hour(s)), or cheap and slow (think a few days). LTC or ETH transfers are faster, but make sure to check the discrepancy in BTC-LTC or BTC-ETH prices on markets with low volume! * 1 XRB as bought on an exchange is 1 million xrb, aka Rai. 1 Rai = 1024th raw, the smallest units on the RaiBlocks network. * 'Not pocketed' can stay like that indefinitely. If you want to spend the coins, you'll have to sync your wallet and create a 'RECEIVE' block though (this is done by Advanced - Check for receivables in the desktop wallet).
 
Want to try out the instant transactions without any fees? Check out This link
 
Daily update of data.ldb for 1st sync (December 20th, 2017) Want to skip the long sync time? Save your seed, check Readme.txt if you are going to use this method to speed up 1st wallet sync! Confirm the checksums/links in the #support channel at https://chat.raiblocks.net/. It's usually posted by core dev SergSW. This link or this slightly newer one will guide you through it, but use the links below for the most recent files.
 
On OSX, use the Linux files. Replace them in /Users/Library/RaiBlocks/
 
https://yadi.sk/d/fcZgyES73Jzj5T https://www.dropbox.com/sh/5gbe8d763cyq8cc/AADbcCVi7hI7OieZwOqwLcdua?dl=0 https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1sP1z9S011f1W_0nK1KJ-UCJbjaNmk8GQ
RaiBlocks_Win64_2017_12_20_07.7z (for version 9.0)
SHA1: 7C27DC73BA7E83B016E7FB9D0D611E3E963DDB3C SHA256: 9C50C92B1D937766284D17B00D09C80C16DEE2EDC9D634CC0CD3832828FC871B 
RaiBlocks_Linux64_2017_12_20_07.7z (for version 9.0)
SHA1: C390AC176D7987788DF9756B451538DC9E752C39 SHA256: B5F83B96BAA514DFE4353CA3387F1DFDE20C9ED8ED61930BC6F46C524F62F8D7 
Make sure to read the readme.txt!!
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[Weekly Discussion] Newbie Corner

With the magical influx of new readers, I would like to warmly welcome everyone to ethereum. Please protect this community's philosophy by respecting our rules. Let me quote the most important ones here for reference:
Feel free to use this thread to say 'Hi, I'm new!' or 'Hi, I'm not!'. If you have a question, feel free to comment and ask it below. But first make sure you are fully synchronized and have a look at these hot questions on Ethereum Stack Exchange:
Don't forget to check out /ethdev for the Ethereum developer community. Thanks for flying with ethereum! :-)
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So, can we, again, have a talk about formal verification?

As you may have seen, a Redditor recently discovered that the UFC site was secretly mining Monero on its user's computers. Someone lost thousands of dollars in XSS attacks. Phishing is widespread. Mist has had two ACEs because of bugs inherited from Electron and Webkit. There are a ton of zero-days hiding on all browser engines. And while I was writing this post, "Parity Multi-Sig Wallets Deployed After 7/30 Issue". Then there's The DAO. Honestly, JS/GO-inspired languages such as Solidity are not suitable for writing smart-contracts that potentially deal with a lot of money. And I could go on and on, but, point is: everything is terrible. I've recently made a presentation at Devcon about the Moon Project, which aims to build a truly secure web that'd solve all those issues; yet, when I talk about things like formal verification, many still either don't care, or respond with a lot of prejudice. There are even influent people around who spread things like "formal verification isn't an absolute solution for security". (If a mathematical proof isn't, what else do you want?) I'd kindly like to ask a favor: if you've never written a proof, please refrain from opining on the subject!
So, on the subject. After The DAO hack, I've seen some efforts going in the direction of developing methods of formal verification, including formalizations of the EVM in Coq (Lem actually) and compiling dependently typed functional languages like Idris to it. While I think those are respectable, I don't think neither directions are leading us to a scalable solution. First, most of those cover either contracts or dapps separately, which is a mistake because both ends need to be secure. Second, running functional code on the EVM will never be practical for obvious gas-cost reasons. Third, Coq, Agda and the like are still arcane, academic tools that are way too frightening for the everyday developer. That makes it hard for me to see a long-term plan here. Are we just going to send our contracts to a few ultra-expensive "theorem proving experts" to "prove" them correct? Then what? Do we just trust their witchcraft that nobody understands? That doesn't look like it scales (on a human level, that is). What I think is necessary is: 1. make theorem proving much, much more friendly, 2. have a language that is actually practical (performant).
On (1), I hold the opinion that theorem proving is not difficult at all, and is only artificially made so by its community, due to a lot of academic jargon (and, sometimes, just because). I mean, Agda uses fucking unicode on its syntax, and can only be realistically written on especially configured EMACS! And that's what Coq's IDE looks like on OSX, 2017 (do I need to say anything else?). They're not even trying to be friendly! What we need here is a language that is actually made for normal human beings; i.e., the Python of theorem provers. See what Elm did to functional programming, for example. That's what I'm aiming for future iterations of Moon. If theorem proving is made as simple as it honestly is, then common programmers will be able write and verify proofs, and that's when things will get interesting! I can easily imagine an ecosystem where proofs are copy/pasted as casually as code is today, and IMO that level of widespread demystification is what we really need to avoid future "The DAO"s. (And if you're a programmer and that sentence didn't make sense to you, that just shows how unknowledgeable developers are about what a formal proof even is.)
On (2), it is also another fact that most functional programming languages operate on very abstract/high levels, and that makes them unpractical to work as 1. the backbone of a rendering engine (because of performance), 2. inside environments like the EVM (because of gas costs). I've been thinking a lot about those things for a long time and, thanks several insights from linear logic and its refinements, I think I'm very close to building a simple, functional core that not only can be massively parallelized (which allows it to run in a GPU, making it feasible as the backbone of a rendering engine), but can also run lazily on the EVM (with minimal gas costs). In fact, recent progress made me suspect that such a thing would beat "CPU languages" such as C and Rust on normal applications, but I can't promise anything yet. For a better insight on where I'm trying to get, check my repository on the abstract algorithm. I've also been thinking in how those things could be used together with zk-snarks and in some cases I suspect a chain of zk proofs / merkle-patricia roots could even replace Ethereum and the EVM themselves, but that's just a rough idea.
So, in short, I've been doing a lot of research on those areas and believe the answer lies there, but this community, as a whole, should be more respectful towards the field. Fortunately, The Ethereum Foundation has kindly supported me on this research, and I'll keep reporting results to the community. If you like those ideas, follow my posts as I'll be publishing a lot of advancements on the upcoming months.
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En İyi ve En Kaliteli Kripto Para Cüzdanları - 2019

En İyi ve En Kaliteli Kripto Para Cüzdanları - 2019

Merhaba, değerli kripto para takipçileri. Bu yazımda sizinle en iyi Kripto Para Cüzdanları hakkında konuşmak istiyorum.
Kripto para cüzdanının ne olduğunu, ne işe yaradığını ve hangilerinin pazarda en iyileri olduğunu keşfetmeniz için bu yazıyı hazırladım. Umarım bu makale size yardımcı olur.
Öncelikle Kripto Para cüzdanı nedir? Bu soruyu yanıtlayarak makaleme başlamak istiyorum.

https://preview.redd.it/xmr8nb6bj7f31.jpg?width=678&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=47d6d298ba716550e14a683c1da38fcaf1a4cf5c

Kripto para cüzdanı nedir?

Kripto para cüzdanı, kripto para birimlerini saklamanıza,kripto para göndermenize ve kripto para almanıza izin veren gelişmiş bir bilgisayar programıdır.
Kripto paralar herhangi bir fiziksel formda bulunmadığından, cüzdanınız aslında kripto paralarınızı tutmaz. Ve tüm işlemleriniz kaydedilir ve blok zincirinde saklanır.
Bazı kripto para birimlerinin kendi cüzdanları mevcuttur, diğer paralar ise aynı cüzdan içinde birden fazla para parayı saklamanıza izin verir.
Ancak, farklı kripto para birimlerinin farklı adres türlerine sahip olduğunu unutmamalıyız. Genellikle sadece her bir paranın kendi cüzdan adresleri arasında kripto para gönderebilirsiniz.
Örnek verecek olursak, Bitcoin’lerinizi bir Bitcoin cüzdan adresine ve Ethereum’larınızı bir Ethereum cüzdan adresine gönderebilirsiniz
Evet değerli kripto para takipçilerim şimdi de kripto para cüzdanları nasıl çalışır, kripto cüzdan çeşitleri neler ve en iyi kripto para cüzdanları hangileri bunlar hakkında bilgi vereceğim.

Nasıl çalışır?

Milyonlarca insan kripto para cüzdanı kullansa da, bunun nasıl işlediğine dair genel bir yanlış anlaşılma mevcuttur. Geleneksel ‘cep’ cüzdanlarının tersine, kripto cüzdanlar paranızı saklamaz. Yani, paranız herhangi bir yerde fiziksel bir şekilde bulunmaz. bulunan bir şey, blok zincirinde yer alan işlem kayıtlarıdır.

https://preview.redd.it/kdnpfomfj7f31.png?width=960&format=png&auto=webp&s=57aaa898927e4182b15c03ba4fbc80d6ca702451
Kripto para cüzdanı, özel ve açık anahtarları saklayıp, kullanıcıların kripto para göndermek, kripto para almak, bakiye görüntülemelerini ve diğer işlemleri gerçekleştirmelerini sağlamak için blok zincirleriyle etkileşime giren bir sistemdir. Bir kişi, size Bitcoin veya başka bir kripto para birimi aracılığıyla para gönderimi yaptığında paranın cüzdanınızın adresine yönlendirilmesini onaylar. Bu parayı alıp, paraya sahip olabilmek için, cüzdanınızda saklanan özel anahtar, paranın alındığı açık adresle eşleşmelidir. Özel ve açık anahtarlar eşleşirse, kripto cüzdanınızdaki bakiye artar ve parayı gönderenin bakiyesi de aynı oranda azalır. Bu süreçte, gerçek para alışverişi yapılmaz. durum, sadece blok zincirdeki işlem kaydıyla ve kripto para cüzdanındaki bakiye değişikliğiyle belirtilir.

Kripto Cüzdan Türleri

Artık kripto cüzdanlarının nasıl çalıştığını bildiğimize göre, her biri güvenlik, kullanım kolaylığı, kolaylık ve bir dizi diğer faktör açısından kendi avantajları ve dezavantajları olan beş farklı cüzdan türüne daha yakından bakalım.

Masaüstü Kripto Para Cüzdanları

Masaüstü kripto para cüzdanları, çoğunlukla ücretsiz olarak sunulur. Bu hizmeti veren yerin sitesinden indirilip bilgisayara kurularak kullanılabilir. Masaüstü kripto para cüzdanları, diğer cüzdanlara göre güvenilirdir ancak cüzdanın bulunduğu bilgisayarın ele geçirilmesi halinde cüzdandaki tüm bakiyenin çalınma durumu vardır. Bu anlamda fazlaca miktarda kripto para sahipleri için masaüstü kripto para cüzdanlarının çok iyi olduğunu iddia edemeyiz. Bu cüzdanlar; az sayıda ya da az miktarda kripto parası bulunan kişiler için kullanışlı olabilir.

. Çevrimiçi Kripto Para Cüzdanları

İnternet üzerinden açılan ve online olarak kullanılan kripto para cüzdanlarına, çevrimiçi kripto para cüzdanı denir. Yani sıcak depolama olarak da bilinen çevrimiçi kripto para cüzdanına, hesap Özel Anahtar adresini bilen herkes girebilir.Ama herhangi bir cihazdan erişimin mümkün olduğu bu hesaplardan kripto para çalınma durumu diğer cüzdanlara göre oldukça yüksektir. Bu cüzdanların en iyi avantajı; kripto para siteleri tarafından ücretsiz olarak verilmesidir.

Mobil Kripto Para Cüzdanları

Mobil cüzdanlar, masaüstü kripto para cüzdanları ile benzerlik gösterirler fakat bu cüzdanlar İos veya Android sistemi üzerinden çalışırlar. Masaüstü kripto para cüzdanlarına göre daha az özelliklere sahiptirler. Ancak sıcak cüzdanlar arasında olduğu için kripto para kabul eden yerlerden mobil kripto para cüzdanları ile alışveriş yapılması mümkündür. Mobil kripto para cüzdanlarını aktif olarak kullanmak için herhangi bir ücret ödemeniz gerekli değildir.
Değerli takipçilerim şimdi de bazı önemli kripto para cüzdanları hakkında bilgi vermek istiyorum.

1-) Atomic Wallet

Atomic Wallet, 300'ün üzerinde şifrelemeyi tek bir arayüzde yönetmek, kullanmak ve satın almak için gözönünde olmayan, merkezi olmayan bir cüzdan olarak tanımlamaktadır. AWC, cryptocurrency cüzdanı AtomicWallet.io tarafından verilen belirteçtir. Ekibe göre, AWC token sahipleri, esnetme, borsa hizmetlerinde indirim, alım satım için ek özellikler, bağlı kuruluş ve ödül ödülleri ve özel destek gibi avantajlar elde ediyor. Atomik değişimler çapraz zincirini uygulayan ilk cüzdan olduğunu öne sürüyor. AWC'nin BEP2 standardına kısmi göçü hakkında daha fazla bilgi için, lütfen bakınız: https://atomicwallet.io/token .

https://preview.redd.it/gwtvz0znj7f31.png?width=1280&format=png&auto=webp&s=8a711db282a50de9b0bf0580dfe17a384f9f2017
Projenin ana fikri, kripto varlıkları yönetiminin mümkün olan en yüksek karı sağlamaktır. Atomic Wallet hizmeti, kullanıcılarına belirli yönetim protokolleri ve algoritmaları tarafından sağlanan ekstra güvenli kripto varlıkları depolama seçeneklerini sunar.
Atomic Cüzdan özelliği çok fazla. Tahmin edebileceğiniz en güvenli, tarafsız, şeffaf ve merkezi olmayan cüzdan çözümüdür. İndir
Lütfen aşağıdaki bağlantıyı kontrol edin;
Atom Cüzdanı : https://atomicwallet.io
2-) Bread Wallet
Bread Wallet, e-posta göndermek gibi basit bir şekilde para gönderen kolay bir mobil Bitcoin cüzdanıdır. Bu cüzdan, App Store’dan veya Google Play’den basitçe indirilebilir. Bread Wallet, kullanıcıları bağımsız olduğundan bitcoin gönderip alırken kullanılabilecek bir sunucu olmaz. Yani, kullanıcılar paralarına istediği zaman erişip, kontrol edebilir. Son olarak, Bread Wallet’ın güzel arayüzü, sade tasarımı ve güvenliği iyileştirme konusundaki çalışmaları hem yeni başlayanlar hem de tecrübeli kullanıcılara güvenli, hızlı ve keyifli bir uygulama sunuyor.

3-) Jaxx

Jaxx, Ether, Ether Classic, Dash, DAO, Litecoin, REP, Zcash, Rootstock, Bitcoin cüzdanı ve kullanıcı arayüzüdür. Jaxx, güzel bir mobil Bitcoin ve Ethereum cüzdan deneyimi sunacak şekilde oluşturulmuştur. Çeşitli platformlarda ve cihazlarda (Windows, Linux, Chrome, Firefox, OSX, Android mobil ve tablet, iOS mobil ve tablet) kullanılabilir, Firefox ve Chrome uzantılarıyla web sitelerine bağlanabilir. Jaxx, Shapeshift aracılığıyla Bitcoin, Ether ve Altcoinler arasında dönüştürme yapabilir. Çokça para birimli bir cüzdan kullanmak isteyenler için iyi bir mobil cüzdan seçimidir, fakat son zamanlarda çıkan kullanıcı hacklenme haberleri yüzünden temkinli olunmalıdır.

4-) Electrum Bitcoin Wallet
Electrum Bitcoin Wallet, bulabileceğiniz en güzel ve benzersiz Android Bitcoin cüzdanlarından birisidir. Uygulamayı indirip oluşturduktan sonra cüzdanınız oluşturulurken size rastgele 12 sözcüklü bir gizli kombinasyon veriliyor. Bunu yazıp, bir kenarda saklamanız gerekiyor. Eğer bir gün Android cihazınızda bir sorunla karşılaşırsanız, bu kelime kombinasyonu ile cüzdanınızı kolayca kurtarabiliyorsunuz.
Uygulamanın tek bir olumsuz yanı, QR kodlar ile ilgili. Uygulama QR kod desteğine sahip ama ürettiği QR kodlar sadece ZXing QR uygulaması aracılığıyla okunabiliyor.
Eğer QR kod okumak için başka bir yazılım kullanıyorsanız, kodun okunamamasıve tanınamaması gibi bir takım problemlerle karşılaşabilirsiniz.

5-) Blockchain Kağıt Cüzdanı

Blockchain.info sitesi üzerinden sunulan blockchain kağıt cüzdanına, herhangi bir tarayıcı üzerinden ulaşabilmek mümkündür. Site üzerinden çok sayıda kripto hesap cüzdanı oluşturulabilir. Kullanışlı ve bedava olması oldukça iyi bir avantaj olsa da kripto paraların üçüncü kişiler tarafında saklanması nedeniyle çok güvenilir olduğu söylenemez. Geçmiş kullanıcı tecrübelerine de bakıldığında Blockhain kağıt cüzdanı ile ilgili binlerce insanın sorun yaşadığı görülecektir. Bu anlamda zor durumda kalınmadığı sürece tarayıcı tabanlı kağıt cüzdanları kullanmanızı tavsiye etmiyorum.

Sonuç Olarak

Değerli takipçilerim sizin de bildiğiniz gibi kripto para elde etmek kolay fakat bu paralarımız güvenli bir şekilde saklamak ise zor bir iştir. Bunun için de iyi bir cüzdana sahip olmak gerekir. Piyasada bir sürü cüzdan yer almakta fakat en güvenlisine ulaşmak ise size kalmıştır. Umarım bu makalemde size faydalı olabilmişimdir. Başka bir makalemde tekrar birlikte olmak üzere hoşçakalın...

Bu derleme, kamu kaynaklarından gelen bilgilere dayanarak yazarın kişisel görüşüdür ve kesinlikle bir ticari ya da yatırım tavsiyesi değildir.

Yazar: hussnill

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En İyi ve En Kaliteli Kripto Para Cüzdanları - 2019

En İyi ve En Kaliteli Kripto Para Cüzdanları - 2019
Merhaba, değerli kripto para takipçileri. Bu yazımda sizinle en iyi Kripto Para Cüzdanlarıhakkında konuşmak istiyorum.
Kripto para cüzdanının ne olduğunu, ne işe yaradığını ve hangilerinin pazarda en iyileri olduğunu keşfetmeniz için bu yazıyı hazırladım. Umarım bu makale size yardımcı olur.
Öncelikle Kripto Para cüzdanı nedir? Bu soruyu yanıtlayarak makaleme başlamak istiyorum.

https://preview.redd.it/k86jxg4fh7f31.png?width=1024&format=png&auto=webp&s=9a07b82e55d250215bfdafda0704a545bc2a5e5f
Kripto para cüzdanı nedir?
Kripto para cüzdanı, kripto para birimlerini saklamanıza,kripto para göndermenize ve kripto para almanıza izin veren gelişmiş bir bilgisayar programıdır.
Kripto paralar herhangi bir fiziksel formda bulunmadığından, cüzdanınız aslında kripto paralarınızı tutmaz. Ve tüm işlemleriniz kaydedilir ve blok zincirinde saklanır.
Bazı kripto para birimlerinin kendi cüzdanları mevcuttur, diğer paralar ise aynı cüzdan içinde birden fazla para parayı saklamanıza izin verir.
Ancak, farklı kripto para birimlerinin farklı adres türlerine sahip olduğunu unutmamalıyız. Genellikle sadece her bir paranın kendi cüzdan adresleri arasında kripto para gönderebilirsiniz.
Örnek verecek olursak, Bitcoin’lerinizi bir Bitcoin cüzdan adresine ve Ethereum’larınızı bir Ethereum cüzdan adresine gönderebilirsiniz
Evet değerli kripto para takipçilerim şimdi de kripto para cüzdanları nasıl çalışır, kripto cüzdan çeşitleri neler ve en iyi kripto para cüzdanları hangileri bunlar hakkında bilgi vereceğim.

Nasıl çalışır?

Milyonlarca insan kripto para cüzdanı kullansa da, bunun nasıl işlediğine dair genel bir yanlış anlaşılma mevcuttur. Geleneksel ‘cep’ cüzdanlarının tersine, kripto cüzdanlar paranızı saklamaz. Yani, paranız herhangi bir yerde fiziksel bir şekilde bulunmaz. bulunan bir şey, blok zincirinde yer alan işlem kayıtlarıdır.

https://preview.redd.it/hd5jwzuih7f31.png?width=960&format=png&auto=webp&s=df5dadfa1ca498be83a32bac1ce81e7484bf59e7
Kripto para cüzdanı, özel ve açık anahtarları saklayıp, kullanıcıların kripto para göndermek, kripto para almak, bakiye görüntülemelerini ve diğer işlemleri gerçekleştirmelerini sağlamak için blok zincirleriyle etkileşime giren bir sistemdir. Bir kişi, size Bitcoin veya başka bir kripto para birimi aracılığıyla para gönderimi yaptığında paranın cüzdanınızın adresine yönlendirilmesini onaylar. Bu parayı alıp, paraya sahip olabilmek için, cüzdanınızda saklanan özel anahtar, paranın alındığı açık adresle eşleşmelidir. Özel ve açık anahtarlar eşleşirse, kripto cüzdanınızdaki bakiye artar ve parayı gönderenin bakiyesi de aynı oranda azalır. Bu süreçte, gerçek para alışverişi yapılmaz. durum, sadece blok zincirdeki işlem kaydıyla ve kripto para cüzdanındaki bakiye değişikliğiyle belirtilir.

Kripto Cüzdan Türleri

Artık kripto cüzdanlarının nasıl çalıştığını bildiğimize göre, her biri güvenlik, kullanım kolaylığı, kolaylık ve bir dizi diğer faktör açısından kendi avantajları ve dezavantajları olan beş farklı cüzdan türüne daha yakından bakalım.
  • Masaüstü Kripto Para Cüzdanları
Masaüstü kripto para cüzdanları, çoğunlukla ücretsiz olarak sunulur. Bu hizmeti veren yerin sitesinden indirilip bilgisayara kurularak kullanılabilir. Masaüstü kripto para cüzdanları, diğer cüzdanlara göre güvenilirdir ancak cüzdanın bulunduğu bilgisayarın ele geçirilmesi halinde cüzdandaki tüm bakiyenin çalınma durumu vardır. Bu anlamda fazlaca miktarda kripto para sahipleri için masaüstü kripto para cüzdanlarının çok iyi olduğunu iddia edemeyiz. Bu cüzdanlar; az sayıda ya da az miktarda kripto parası bulunan kişiler için kullanışlı olabilir.

. Çevrimiçi Kripto Para Cüzdanları

İnternet üzerinden açılan ve online olarak kullanılan kripto para cüzdanlarına, çevrimiçi kripto para cüzdanı denir. Yani sıcak depolama olarak da bilinen çevrimiçi kripto para cüzdanına, hesap Özel Anahtar adresini bilen herkes girebilir.Ama herhangi bir cihazdan erişimin mümkün olduğu bu hesaplardan kripto para çalınma durumu diğer cüzdanlara göre oldukça yüksektir. Bu cüzdanların en iyi avantajı; kripto para siteleri tarafından ücretsiz olarak verilmesidir.
  • Mobil Kripto Para Cüzdanları
Mobil cüzdanlar, masaüstü kripto para cüzdanları ile benzerlik gösterirler fakat bu cüzdanlar İos veya Android sistemi üzerinden çalışırlar. Masaüstü kripto para cüzdanlarına göre daha az özelliklere sahiptirler. Ancak sıcak cüzdanlar arasında olduğu için kripto para kabul eden yerlerden mobil kripto para cüzdanları ile alışveriş yapılması mümkündür. Mobil kripto para cüzdanlarını aktif olarak kullanmak için herhangi bir ücret ödemeniz gerekli değildir.
Değerli takipçilerim şimdi de bazı önemli kripto para cüzdanları hakkında bilgi vermek istiyorum

1-) Atomic Wallet

Atomic Wallet, 300'ün üzerinde şifrelemeyi tek bir arayüzde yönetmek, kullanmak ve satın almak için gözönünde olmayan, merkezi olmayan bir cüzdan olarak tanımlamaktadır. AWC, cryptocurrency cüzdanı AtomicWallet.io tarafından verilen belirteçtir. Ekibe göre, AWC token sahipleri, esnetme, borsa hizmetlerinde indirim, alım satım için ek özellikler, bağlı kuruluş ve ödül ödülleri ve özel destek gibi avantajlar elde ediyor. Atomik değişimler çapraz zincirini uygulayan ilk cüzdan olduğunu öne sürüyor. AWC'nin BEP2 standardına kısmi göçü hakkında daha fazla bilgi için, lütfen bakınız: https://atomicwallet.io/token .

https://preview.redd.it/dbc2f3awh7f31.png?width=1280&format=png&auto=webp&s=e8103666fcb8f90bc1fe0618416e24a22738cefa
Projenin ana fikri, kripto varlıkları yönetiminin mümkün olan en yüksek karı sağlamaktır. Atomic Wallet hizmeti, kullanıcılarına belirli yönetim protokolleri ve algoritmaları tarafından sağlanan ekstra güvenli kripto varlıkları depolama seçeneklerini sunar.
Atomic Cüzdan özelliği çok fazla. Tahmin edebileceğiniz en güvenli, tarafsız, şeffaf ve merkezi olmayan cüzdan çözümüdür. İndir
Lütfen aşağıdaki bağlantıyı kontrol edin;

2-) Bread Wallet

Bread Wallet, e-posta göndermek gibi basit bir şekilde para gönderen kolay bir mobil Bitcoin cüzdanıdır. Bu cüzdan, App Store’dan veya Google Play’den basitçe indirilebilir. Bread Wallet, kullanıcıları bağımsız olduğundan bitcoin gönderip alırken kullanılabilecek bir sunucu olmaz. Yani, kullanıcılar paralarına istediği zaman erişip, kontrol edebilir. Son olarak, Bread Wallet’ın güzel arayüzü, sade tasarımı ve güvenliği iyileştirme konusundaki çalışmaları hem yeni başlayanlar hem de tecrübeli kullanıcılara güvenli, hızlı ve keyifli bir uygulama sunuyor.

3-) Jaxx

Jaxx, Ether, Ether Classic, Dash, DAO, Litecoin, REP, Zcash, Rootstock, Bitcoin cüzdanı ve kullanıcı arayüzüdür. Jaxx, güzel bir mobil Bitcoin ve Ethereum cüzdan deneyimi sunacak şekilde oluşturulmuştur. Çeşitli platformlarda ve cihazlarda (Windows, Linux, Chrome, Firefox, OSX, Android mobil ve tablet, iOS mobil ve tablet) kullanılabilir, Firefox ve Chrome uzantılarıyla web sitelerine bağlanabilir. Jaxx, Shapeshift aracılığıyla Bitcoin, Ether ve Altcoinler arasında dönüştürme yapabilir. Çokça para birimli bir cüzdan kullanmak isteyenler için iyi bir mobil cüzdan seçimidir, fakat son zamanlarda çıkan kullanıcı hacklenme haberleri yüzünden temkinli olunmalıdır.

4-) Electrum Bitcoin Wallet

Electrum Bitcoin Wallet, bulabileceğiniz en güzel ve benzersiz Android Bitcoin cüzdanlarından birisidir. Uygulamayı indirip oluşturduktan sonra cüzdanınız oluşturulurken size rastgele 12 sözcüklü bir gizli kombinasyon veriliyor. Bunu yazıp, bir kenarda saklamanız gerekiyor. Eğer bir gün Android cihazınızda bir sorunla karşılaşırsanız, bu kelime kombinasyonu ile cüzdanınızı kolayca kurtarabiliyorsunuz.
Uygulamanın tek bir olumsuz yanı, QR kodlar ile ilgili. Uygulama QR kod desteğine sahip ama ürettiği QR kodlar sadece ZXing QR uygulaması aracılığıyla okunabiliyor.
Eğer QR kod okumak için başka bir yazılım kullanıyorsanız, kodun okunamamasıve tanınamaması gibi bir takım problemlerle karşılaşabilirsiniz.
5-) Blockchain Kağıt Cüzdanı
Blockchain.info sitesi üzerinden sunulan blockchain kağıt cüzdanına, herhangi bir tarayıcı üzerinden ulaşabilmek mümkündür. Site üzerinden çok sayıda kripto hesap cüzdanı oluşturulabilir. Kullanışlı ve bedava olması oldukça iyi bir avantaj olsa da kripto paraların üçüncü kişiler tarafında saklanması nedeniyle çok güvenilir olduğu söylenemez. Geçmiş kullanıcı tecrübelerine de bakıldığında Blockhain kağıt cüzdanı ile ilgili binlerce insanın sorun yaşadığı görülecektir. Bu anlamda zor durumda kalınmadığı sürece tarayıcı tabanlı kağıt cüzdanları kullanmanızı tavsiye etmiyorum.

Sonuç Olarak

Değerli takipçilerim sizin de bildiğiniz gibi kripto para elde etmek kolay fakat bu paralarımız güvenli bir şekilde saklamak ise zor bir iştir. Bunun için de iyi bir cüzdana sahip olmak gerekir. Piyasada bir sürü cüzdan yer almakta fakat en güvenlisine ulaşmak ise size kalmıştır. Umarım bu makalemde size faydalı olabilmişimdir. Başka bir makalemde tekrar birlikte olmak üzere hoşçakalın...
Bu derleme, kamu kaynaklarından gelen bilgilere dayanarak yazarın kişisel görüşüdür ve kesinlikle bir ticari ya da yatırım tavsiyesi değildir.
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Best Ethereum Wallets

Best Ethereum Wallets
When you start using cryptocurrency the number one problem is to find a secure wallet. In this article, we will introduce the most popular Ethereum wallets.

Hardware Wallets

We start with hardware wallets. These wallets provide offline storage for cryptocurrency. This kind of Ethereum wallet is considered to be the most secure.
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  • Trezor
Originally Trezor was developed for Bitcoin. Now it supports more different cryptocurrencies including Ethereum. This ETH wallet will work in tandem with your MyEtherWallet.Trezor is famous for the features that make it very secure. It provides 2-factor authentication, advanced cryptography and the opportunity to check transaction details before you confirm.
On the other hand, there are a couple of disadvantages. Such as the cost: the Trezor wallet is pretty expensive. If you are not a regular user you probably should consider cheaper wallets. Also, it takes time to access your holdings with this wallet.Thus using Trezor as Ethereum wallet may be a little inconvenient if you are a common user.
  • Ledger Nano S
Ledger Nano S is also a hardware wallet. It connects with any computers via USB. The most important feature of this wallet is security. As well as Trezor it provides 2-factor authentication. Aside from this, this Ethereum wallet has a PIN code to secure the device itself and also you can back up your account on the recovery sheet. Ledger Nano S gives users an opportunity to check details of transactions before the confirmation.
The main disadvantage of the Ledger Nano S wallet is the price. It is cheaper than Trezor, but it is still pricey.
  • KeepKey
KeepKey is a hierarchical deterministic (HD) wallet. It is also in the group of hardware wallets. KeepKey supports a lot of cryptocurrencies.The fact that this is an HD wallet allows users to generate private keys in an unlimited quantity. Undoubtedly this adds to the security level. Moreover, with the help of this device, you review and confirm every transaction. You can also set up a PIN code and a recovery sentence to make sure your holdings are secured enough.
It is easy to start using the KeepKey wallet. You need to download a couple of applications. One is to create a wallet. And with the help of the second one, you will be able to connect to KeepKey through Chrome.
Talking about the disadvantages we should mention the price. It is one of the most expensive wallets on the market to use it as ETH wallet.

Web Wallets

The great thing about web wallets is that you can easily access them. All you need is an internet connection.
  • MyEtherWallet
Unlike the most part of hardware wallets, MyEtherWallet is free. Nonetheless, it provides a high level of security by allowing users to store their keys on their own computers. There is no necessity to give any private information when creating a wallet.This Ethereum wallet interrogates with some hardware wallets such as Ledger Nano S and Trezor. Also, this platform gives an opportunity to write smart contracts.
In addition, MyEtherWallet provides automatic back up. So users should not remember about this by themselves.Moreover, it’s possible to get a paper Ethereum wallet by going to the “Wallet Info” section.
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  • Coinbase
First of all, Coinbase is an exchange platform. Usually, it is not recommended to store cryptocurrency on the stock platforms. But Coinbase is often considered to be an exception. This platform has a wallet that is suitable for use as ETH wallet. It is easy to use and has an intuitive interface.
One of the major drawbacks of this wallet is that users don’t control their private keys.
  • MetaMask
MetaMask is not just a popular Ethereum wallet. It is a browser extension. It can be installed on a number of browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, and Opera. This form allows accessing your holdings easily.The good thing is that you don’t need to provide personal information for the registration. Also, there is an opportunity to store the private key on your computer.

Desktop Wallets

There are wallets that are made in the form of a software program. They can be installed on your device. Such wallets are called Desktop Wallets.The security level of these wallets is not as good as of hardware ones.
  • Exodus
Exodus is a multicurrency wallet. So it can become your ETH wallet.It is famous for its user-friendly interface. It is a good wallet for those who only start their journey into the cryptocurrency world. Exodus supports ERC20 tokens.Users store their private keys on their computers. This increases the security level. Exodus has a backup feature.
The drawbacks of Exodus are that there is no possibility to add any custom tokens and a small list of ERC20 tokens.
  • Atomic Wallet
Atomic Wallet has a very convenient interface which is suitable even for the beginners. It supports Ethereum and all the ERC20 tokens.The wallet supports atomic swaps. So you can not only have one wallet for Ethereum and all the ERC20 tokens but also exchange them with another user.
Unfortunately, it doesn’t have a hardware wallet yet. So the level of security may not be very high.
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Mobile Wallets

Sometimes it is more convenient to use a mobile wallet, which can be installed on your mobile devices. This type of wallets provides quicker access to your storage wherever you are. Mobile wallets are easier to use than desktop ones, but it is riskier.
  • Jaxx Liberty
Jaxx is free. It supports a lot of cryptocurrencies including ETH. It can work on different platforms such as Linux, Windows, and OSX. There is also an extension for Chrome browser. The interface of Jaxx wallet is simple and good to use.
However, the security of this wallet raises some questions.
  • Coinomi
Coinomi is an Android app. It is easy to use and supports a wide range of cryptocurrencies. With this wallet, you don’t have to think about backup. Coinomi has a feature that helps you to keep all the information. It is secure enough. Your private keys are nowhere but on your device. Coinomi protects the user’s identity when they sign up.
Unfortunately, so far there is only an app for Android.
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Paper Wallets

Paper wallets allow printing private keys on paper. And this printed document is used as a wallet. These wallets are not that easy to access. Although the level of security is relatively high.
  • ethaddress
In case you are looking for a way to store your ETH in the most secure Ethereum wallet, but you are not ready to pay for a hardware one, try ethaddress. This wallet is free. It provides a high level of security.
  • WalletGenerator.net
The core of this key-generating wallet is 99% identical to the well-considered bitaddress.org.First of all, it’s necessary to download this website from Github, unpack and open the index.html file directly from your computer. The code version control allows to significantly simplify the mutual verification of the executable code. For more security, disconnect from the Internet at the time of creating your wallet.

How to keep your wallet in security?

Whatever wallet you choose you want it to be as secure as possible. Here are some ideas on how to achieve this:
  • Choose a wallet that suits your requirements. All wallets are aimed at different goals and ways to use. Some of these wallets offer high security, some provide you with easy access for fast trading. Therefore, you should choose exactly what suits your needs best.
  • Keep your private key safe. Always make sure that your private key is secure and is stored in a safe place. Moreover, do not share your private keys. No, not with friends. Not even with your parents.
  • Set up 2-factor authentication. Some wallets offer this feature to increase the security of your coins. Do not ignore 2-factor authentication, set it up for extra confidence in protection against theft.
  • Backup, backup, and backup. Nothing protects you better from unforeseen accidents than a good old backup. This way you can keep access to your coins.
  • Store your funds offline. With all the security levels offline wallets are still the most secure ones. Therefore, it is better to keep large amounts of ETH coins only on offline wallets.
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To sum up, you should choose the best Ethereum wallet by yourself based on your needs. All wallets have both advantages and disadvantages. Simply decide which feature is more important to you.We wish you an easy choice of the best ETH wallet and the safe storage of coins.


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Bitcore BTX @BlockchainHotel Meetup in Essen, Germany

Bitcore BTX @BlockchainHotel Meetup in Essen, Germany
Artwork by Design Team - Bitcore BTX ® 2018
The Blockchain Hotel, was founded by Gideon Gallasch and Gökhan Köse, is situated in Essen, Germany. The whole team strives to become one of the main hubs for blockchain technology in Europe. Our Bitcore Team were there at Blockchain Tech Crypto Meetup 2018 (#BTCM2018; 25-26/05/18). Our topics were “Bitcore” (a general presentation) presented by Ivo and “Differences between Bitcoin and Bitcore” presented by Steve. In his presentation Ivo spoke about future developments of Bitcore, in particular the FIAT Gateway and BTXM.
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GIVEWAY BITCORE on Twitter

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