@verretor ya, it may be better, but i think, still not good, as you'd need to really be thinking clearly AND more importantly - as a strategy, it again would piss off attackers, which is Not what u want to do in that situation 😉
@verretor thanks, that's a good idea, maybe when im really comfy with that... 12 english words is just so easy to Not mess up 😉
@verretor hey Ben, check this out when u have time, would love your critique.. https://medium.com/@summerstarlight321/the-danger-of-pass-phrases-2606b088b372
hi, long time, no here...
here's my new article --
~seed-splitting~ for safe storage
please, critique! 😊
"my 1st Bitcoin conferences"
@fed i guess that added complexity would b valuable for some... i figure, if many wallets, like Trezor do it, i'm not worried...
@fed "may ... in the coming years" 😅 well, i'll take that trade-off now, so that someone can't simply $5 wrench attack me...
How to use a hardware wallet directly with Bitcoin Core: https://youtu.be/SUDkYbkcTsQ
Slides (with source in Markdown): https://github.com/Sjors/presentations/blob/master/2018-09-19%20London%20Bitcoin%20Devs/2018-09%20London%20Bitcoin%20Devs%200.5.pdf
if you're interesting in
fish bone soup
please read my new article -
I fully expect to be physically attacked at some point, either due to a rabid nocoiner (the wealth transfer will be very uncomfortable... for them) or just a low tier criminal.
that's why I work out, run, and am actively looking into personal protection.
@nic u might find some useful ideas in my work with focuses in this, esp. how to safely hodl your private keys...
what u think...
imagine your a normie --
would u wanta go...
I wrote a guide to critiquing Bitcoin for nocoiners.