@pete good question. I don't really know, but I think their intention was to use it as a hardware wallet manufacturer to discourage interdiction. So off-the-shelf isn't required.

The food storage vacuum system sounds like a great idea. I know they had to experiment a bit to find these little black balls which moved very randomly inside of the bubble. Used some kind of industrial lubricant powder or something.

@pete Shift Crypto made a really nice tamper evident container like this a couple years ago. Used a bubble with beads like this that formed a unique fingerprint when air was vacuumed out of the package.

Unfortunatly they only seem to sell TE bags on the shop now...

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get the bitcoin whitepaper directly from the utxoset. This works on a pruned node:

seq 0 947 | (while read -r n; do bitcoin-cli gettxout 54e48e5f5c656b26c3bca14a8c95aa583d07ebe84dde3b7dd4a78f4e4186e713 $n | jq -r '.scriptPubKey.asm' | awk '{ print $2 $3 $4 }'; done) | tr -d '\n' | cut -c 17-368600 | xxd -r -p > bitcoin-test.pdf

Last week I accidentally visited my Etrade account while connected to a VPN in Ukraine. My account was immediately blocked and I was logged out Apparently Ukraine is on some (OECD?) blacklist?

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@nvk Dude, can we please stop with the dietary partisanship? Lots of vegans in bitcoin too, myself included. I really dgaf what other people eat.

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