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Is There Any Hardware Wallets That Will Allow Me To Store My BSV Holdings? I Own One But It Doesn't Let You Do It.
glauce tipped:
glauce replied:
Nice link, thank you@token_squatting! Will share it with our Telegram group too.
token_squatting replied:
Excellent!
Hardware wallets are thin on the ground at the moment, I wouldn't touch any of the existing ones (those made for BTC, etc)... but, there is a future! I am waiting for the delivery of a brand new hardware wallet shaped in the form of a credit card, it is called KaChing. There isn't much information yet, but the good news is that it was bought (during development) by UNISOT, a really great BSV company! Here is a link to information available so far: https://kaching.cards/
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glauce replied:
For now, I agree with@manfred and@acourseinmiracles, they covered the best solutions I'm aware of.
manfred replied:
not so sure if kaching will happen, been to long with any info. i have more hope for https://www.relayx.com/card
glauce replied:
You're right@manfred, it's been a long while since the crowd funding. I was part of it and have cards on order, I think quite a few people do too... the concept is great, crossing fingers UNISOT has put their weight behind the development!
glauce replied:
I have some news about KaChing cards... Stephan Nilssen told me that Abendum bought KaCHing, not UNISOT... He is CEO of both companies and explained that the current situation hasn't helped with developments, but there are plans... he says they can't talk about the details yet, but I think KaChing might be coming to life soon, hopefully in 2021 (22?).
glauce replied:
The message above was for@manfred and@mizterhutch... it might come handy in the future!
paper wallet or old phone/computer of offline
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mizterhutch replied:
please go more into detail as to what you mean..... I understand the concept, but just go ahead and figure me as completely ignorant, that way other newbies can learn from my ignorance.
glauce replied:
@mizterhutch... look at this post from@marquee (also here, in BSV Basics channel)... he has a video on making cold wallets... there is a big general discussion on wallets in that thread, have a look and feel free to ask anything you are not sure about. https://powping.com/posts/7df0bbec8b63dc27b7fc369489bc94f4ca61895837e0f9322c1b398c28c49222/comments/6984093951e55aac5ad93d5a3f58ed570191570d24a5f32be3b990d101dcc451
One thing you could do is use an old phone. delete most of the apps. add your wallet, send your bsv, turn off WiFi and turn off phone.
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mizterhutch replied:
Crazy Idea, But I Like The Concept! let me reiterate what I've said in earlier post, I'm not stupid, but some of these concepts are a bit over my head. If you could go a bit deeper into your Idea, or concept, I think it will go a long way in an effort to point your finger toward the correct/or most plausible direction to achieve our desired outcome....... Thanks for the thought provoking reply/post!!!
mizterhutch replied:
I wanted to tip you, but Money Button won't allow me to add money to my account, because I live in North Carolina.....WTH!..... Well I guess that another serious drawback to using BSV huh?
Are you replying to me? Or@glauce?
glauce replied:
@mizterhutch... yesterday, Money Button announced they were performing a database migration to upgrade their servers. They said they would be down for about one hour, 28 January, 8-9am PST / 4-5pm GMT... have another go and let us know.
glauce replied:
@acourseinmiracles, I think that was for you 😊
It's not my idea, I got it from CSW. What I did was download a HANDCASH wallet to an older but still smart phone and just stripped off all the other apps. Sent my BSV to that account checked that it went through OK, then turned off the WiFi and turned off the phone. I occasionally turn it on to check for updates with HANDCASH and the phones OS and to top up my moneybutton account. Not sure what else to tell you, it really is pretty low-tech simple.