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Preparing for the Bitcoin Hard Forks: A Step-by-Step Walkthrough

Technology At the moment there are two forks planned for the Bitcoin network, and cryptocurrency proponents are curious about taking the best preparations. One fork is called Bitcoin Gold which is scheduled for October 25, while the other hard fork Segwit2x (BTC1) will take place roughly around mid-November or block height 494784.Also read:Putin Tell

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Community Member Provides NEO Support for the Ledger Nano S

Bitcoin enthusiasts have plenty of hardware wallets to choose from. The situation is very different when it comes to altcoin support, however. Very few service providers integrate some lesser-known altcoins these days. Ledger is making some big moves in this department, though. It appears the Nano S hardware wallet will soon support NEO. This particular altcoin is quickly becoming a darling crypto

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Community Member Provides NEO Support for the Ledger Nano S

Bitcoin enthusiasts have plenty of hardware wallets to choose from. The situation is very different when it comes to altcoin support, however. Very few service providers integrate some lesser-known altcoins these days. Ledger is making some big moves in this department, though. It appears the Nano S hardware wallet will soon support NEO. This particular altcoin is quickly becoming a darling crypto

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One Week Into SegWit, Hardware Wallets Lead the Pack in Slow-But-Sure Roll Out

After a years-long development process and even more debate and political struggle, Segregated Witness finally activated on the Bitcoin network last week. The protocol upgrade introduced a number of benefits which can enable more advanced second-layer protocols. It also offers a block size limit increase for wallets that utilize the new feature, meaning users can enjoy lower fees and faster confir

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Are Hardware Wallets Really Safe?

The solid reputation of hardware wallets as a secure and safe storage for digital currencies was put into question when a recent report as of mid-August 2017 claimed that Trezor, one of the most popular wallets, was successfully infiltrated by hackers.Based on the report, Trezor devices are allegedly vulnerable to fairly simple hacks that allowed the theft or identification of private keys from sa

Trezor Calls an Article That Claims to Break Bitcoin Hardware Wallets “FUD”

Security This past June news.Bitcoin.com reported on a demonstration that took place at the world famous hacker conference in Las Vegas, Def Con 25, which claimed to show the audience how to break a bitcoin hardware wallet. Now according to a recent blog post, the presentation revealed to attendees found glitches in a Trezor that revealed a

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