Tag Archives: Bitcoin wallets

The Pentagon’s Hollywood, Hacking the Unhackable, & More – YMB Podcast E254

You, Me, and BTC Podcast E254

This is episode 254 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast.

First up this week, we'll cover a supposedly unhackable Bitcoin hardware wallet touted by the infamous John McAfee. His name is synonymous with digital security and he loves Bitcoin, so this must be a great device, right? Maybe.

When the company behind wallet, Bitfi, offered hundreds of thousands of dollars to anyone who could crack it, hackers got to work. …

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Samourai Wallet Beefs Up Privacy, Amazon Enables Signal Censorship, & More – YMB Podcast E240

You, Me, and BTC E240

This is episode 240 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast.

Did you read all of that last paragraph? We're not just a Bitcoin podcast. We're also a *liberty* podcast. So in addition to Bitcoin, we take serious interest in privacy, security, censorship resistance, free trade, and numerous other liberty-oriented topics. We've covered all that since the beginning.

This week we have some good news and some bad news …

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CheapAir.com CEO Joins Us to Share How Coinbase & BitPay Screwed Him – YMB Podcast E239

Jeff Klee on You, Me, and BTC E239

This is episode 239 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast.

Today's exciting guest is Jeff Klee, the CEO of CheapAir.com. CheapAir has been using Coinbase to accept Bitcoin for airfare for years now. (Kudos for that!) But recently, some changes over at Coinbase threw Jeff's company under the bus.

And to make matters worse, BitPay also introduced changes earlier this year that left many merchants in the dark. They now …

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Multisignature at Coinbase! – Bits & Pieces #2

In the future, I'll probably avoid writing about two topics so similar, two weeks in a row, but events worked out darn near perfect this time. Last week, I described how multisgnature Bitcoin addresses work and why they are so useful. Just two days later, Coinbase announced a new feature called Multisig Vault. You can now control your own keys when using Coinbase and the company has no ability to run off with your …

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Bitcoin Silver Wallet Review

Below is a video review of the brand new do it yourself silver Bitcoin wallets available from SilverWallets.com (coming soon, see this thread for now). They are one ounce silver rounds with space for a private key and holograms included for security. Essentially, they are physical Bitcoins that you put together on your own.

Because of this, they cannot…

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Gift Bitcoins to Benefit the Entire Community

Merry Christmas from You, Me, and BTC! It is December 25th and you have probably already opened most of your gifts. Hopefully your shopping is complete as well, but if you still need a little something for that gift exchange, why not consider Bitcoin?

Bitcoin is new, revolutionary, and exciting. It would be easy to dismiss the idea of gifting Bitcoin simply because it is a little hard to understand and the recipient might not …

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How to Securely Store Your Bitcoins

With the value of Bitcoin rising so sharply recently, it continues to be essential that users take precautions to keep their investments away from the hand of thieves. Bitcoin burglars have always been around and unfortunately, they have had quite a bit of success, especially against new and uninformed Bitcoin users. With so many ways to keep track of your Bitcoin addresses and private keys, it is important to know about the strengths and weaknesses …

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