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>> No.27769712 [View]
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>>27769133
i have a bunch of these balance is distributed among many of them to mitigate risks at cashing out and certain other risks. many copies at different locations also digital copies.

the passphrase is split with m of n shamirs some parts sent to my kin, some in a safe some deposited at a layer and also included in my will.

no single actors can get to my coins anyhow. it would take a large collusion and i would likely be dead when my family does.

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>>26616637
not really emp is way overrated. you need some serious cable length to produce appreciable current. inside electronic devices this doesn't really exist. they way they are housed and the construction of modern buildings would protect over 50% of the it infrastructure. half the world would be shielded anyhow so it's not like we can lose our tech level or even cloud storage. also paper wallets give zero fuck about emp.

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>>26374018
here is my wallet address do with it as you wish

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>>26235167
bip38 paper wallets multiple copies at multiple locations also digital copies

hardware wallets are retard expensive if you are not using them daily just hodl.

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>>26070637
you should also look up bip38 paper wallets
the reason i recommending it is, secure redundancy will never be so affordable any other way. also while bitcoin addresses are somewhat quantum resistant in a quantum supremacy setting a deterministically generated hierarchic private key (anything seed based really) can be generated from any other private key from the same hierarchy and once you transact a single time your pubkey is exposed... basically you are fucking screwed if quantum computers become a thing and you trust these gadgets. but you can also get screwed a dozen other ways with them.

secure redundancy means you store your secret securely (from theft or confiscation) and at multiple locations so a single disaster won't destroy them all.

for inheritance and stuff also look up shamirs for secret sharing!

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>>25669432
>Just don't be a retard and put it in a plain text file everywhere.
that's the most important thing yes, but please for gods sake educate yourself on the better alternatives!

for example more and more wallets support bip38 and soon enough exchanges will directly swipe it for you which means you will never ever have to decrypt your private key on your own device.

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>>25050604
here is a wallet of mine i used once for educational purposes.
won't send you shit.

now i have 50 other wallets find them!

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>>24731151
i just use bip38 paper wallets stored in multiple copies at multiple locations also online and on a few pendrives
unless you know the passphrase it's just fancy paper

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>>23320865
>I would feel much more secure having a carefully set up encrypted file over anything physical.
you need to learn about bip38 paper wallets nigga!

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>>21541047
>The fact that the paper wallet is never being used for transactions and does not exist on any electronic device is what makes it secure

disagree and that's insane practice in general. go on try to get my private key...

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>>21026116
i agree with this anon sadly.

redundantly stored bip38 paper wallets with strong passphrase (20+ chars) will bankrupt a galactic empire to break open.
most hardware wallets can be cracked with a few grand of equipment and some technical know how. unencrypted seeds are just beyond retarded.

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>>21017906
this!
only braindead idiots write down their private key or seed in plain text

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>>20844999
better

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>>20828538
yeah but there is stupid paper and smart paper your is of course just bait

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>>18926670
i rather recommend this solution instead
bip38 encrypted paper wallet.
you can print it out and store it digitally in many copies for practically free.
secure against theft. cheap. and redundant.

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>>18440126
here is one i used briefly, now tell me what are the other 50 and what's my name!

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>>18389860
just imagine believing you can tell who owns a private key belonging to a pubkey
can you tell my name?
>>18389704
litecoin had no segwit when it began and you could always make a litecoin fork that has no segwit. still wouldn't be bitcoin. even if you make a coin that 110% adheres to the bitcoin whitepaper and call it the "honest to god real bitcoin satoshis original vision" it still wouldn't be bitcoin.

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>>17192069
not really here is my wallet can you tell me where my other bitcoins are? even just 1 address i used beside this? you fucking can't.

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>>17046312
weird when did they add that?
>>17046320
just use paper wallets. your goal should be cost effective secure redundancy.
you achieve that by using bip38 encrypted paper wallets and store them at multiple locations both physically and digitally.

hardware wallets are good against online hacks on hot wallets. they need physical access to become a vulnerability. they are the fucking worst for cold store.

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>>16913757
i keep them mostly on paper wallets that are both physically and digitally redundant.

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>>16691332
use bip38 wallets always! keep many copies at different locations! best secure redundancy you can get.

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>>16567389
well you need to grow some braincells then. post them on 4chan! that1s a better way. but keep mulitple copies at multiple locations.

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>>16526540
use a paper wallet for cold storage you niglet!
hardware wallets are for actual use and that metal plate bullshit is not good for anything.

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>>16310923
paper wallets are the best course of action if you don't want to spend money on it. requires some understanding of what is what and following good standard practice.

it gives you the best secure redundancy for your buck on the world.

if you wan to actively use crypto not just hodl paper wallets are pretty shit.



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