Hardware Wallets and the Web | Jon KeepKey

Welcome to the “Hardware Wallets and the Web” with Jon KeepKey. This presentation was delivered on Wednesday, August 28th 2019. During this interactive session, you will be guided through the basics of hardware wallet programming on the web. Topics include HD derivation paths, message signing / verification, and transaction signing / verification. We will focus […]

Building an Enterprise Grade Bitcoin Wallet | Jameson Lopp

Welcome to the “Building an Enterprise Grade Bitcoin Wallet” with Jameson Lopp. This presentation was delivered on Wednesday, August 28th 2019. If you’ve read any of the popular technical books such as Mastering Bitcoin or Programming Blockchain, you probably have a decent grasp on the fundamentals of how a Bitcoin wallet works. But in practice […]

Bitcoin Security Explained: Deleting a Mnemonic from a Hardware Wallet [Is it really gone?]

You want to secure your bitcoin, ether, and other cryptocurrencies. So you buy a hardware wallet, generate, test, and back up the mnemonic (checking it at least twice). What happens if you delete your mnemonic phrase or seed from your hardware wallet? Is it really gone? How can you be sure? Chapters 0:00 How can […]

The Tears Test: Mobile Cryptocurrency Wallets vs Hardware Wallets

It is okay to store most of your cryptcurrency (including bitcoin) in a non-custodial mobile wallet? Not really. How much crypto should you store on your phone? Apply the tears test! 😢 Save yourself some tears and watch this video. 0:00 Is it okay to store most of my crypto in non-custodial phone wallets vs […]

Cómo es la arquitectura de una Hardware Wallet con Rémi D’Alise de Ledger – L78

En el sector de las hardware wallets Ledger es quien domina el mercado y como tal es también el receptor de la gran mayoría de críticas: su firmware Closed Source, su soporte a todas las altcoins, la falta de características pro privacidad, su conexión por cable etc. En el L78 me siento con Rémi d’Alise […]

Cryptocurrency Wallets for Beginners (Step-by-Step Ledger & Trezor Guide)

In this step-by-step video, you will learn about the different types of cryptocurrency wallets available, how they work, setting up the best hardware wallets to store your cryptocurrency, and all the essential steps you need to take to protect yourself.
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