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Morgan Stanley is only ALLOWING its wealthier clients access to the volatile asset. Does it get any sillier?

is permissionless. If you're not rich, get some bitcoin now and hold your own keys. No need for intermediaries who tell you what you're allowed to do!

When a musician’s name came up suddenly with a sad face in our casual slack, it used to mean they’d died. Now it means they’ve started talking about NFTs.

RT @billy_btc
Finally setting up my @COLDCARDwallet

I feel like an 8 year old turning on my Gameboy for the first time 😁

@Coldcard A related question is: Is there a way to have the address explorer begin listing addresses starting at index n, such that I don't have to rely on the address list from a software wallet. Instead I'd scan the QR codes displayed in the coldcard.

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@Coldcard Is there a way to verify that the outputs in a PSBT are in the current wallet? For example, while signing a transaction the coldcard will tell you if the outputs are in the current wallet. I'm asking if the same can be done, but without trying to sign the transaction. The use case is when moving funds between wallets; To verify they are going to the intended wallet.

Does have a Tor onion address?

Happy Holidays to all bitcoiners. It's been one hell of a ride this year. Heck, even during the past few days :)

A big day for bitcoin privacy and fungibility, the first ever multi-transaction CoinSwap on bitcoin testnet.

The user Alice sent 0.05 tBTC split up over three transactions.
These txes dont look particularly special (which is the point), but they are CoinSwaps.

Following the CoinSwap protocol, those coins are transferred off-chain in a non-custodial way to the market maker Bob. Even though the coin are unspent at the time of writing, they are unilaterally controlled by Bob.

Wow, this is kind of awful.
It seems that in the modern world, if you run *any* business, not just a bank, you are an arm of law enforcement.

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