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Bitcoin Wallet Armory Opposes Hard Forks, Supports SegWit

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Armory has thrown is support behind Segregated Witness (SegWit) as a way to address the bitcoin network scalability challenge, the wallet noted on a Github post. The Armory opposes hard forks that can attack the original bitcoin blockchain. Armory would consider supporting a long-lasting fork that does not attack the original chain and allow its users to transact on that chain if necessary...

World’s Most Secure Bitcoin Wallet Armory Is Now Available In Official Debian Repository

One of the few wallet offering advanced security features has made its official appearance into the official "unstable" repository of the popular Linux distribution Debian. What is Armory? First, let's quote the great introduction wrote by Ethereum’s Vitalik Buterin when he reviewed the wallet two years ago: "Armory is the most advanced and secure Bitcoin client available and has been developed...

Counterparty is First Bitcoin 2.0 Platform to Offer Armory Offline Wallet Support

It’s a common theme in conversation that Bitcoin has not yet reached its true, unlocked potential. There’s no question that the developed protocol is at the brink of human technological advancement, but there are still more ways to utilize Bitcoin and move forward. Counterparty is one of those steps forward into Bitcoin 2.0. It’s a person-to-person decentralized exchange that allows users the...

eCash.io: A Cold Storage Bitcoin Wallet Service

It can be difficult for the average user to keep his or her Bitcoins safe. If you keep your BTC in an online wallet, it's possible for the service to get hacked and for your Bitcoins to get stolen, like what happened with Inputs.io. 4100 BTC were stolen from Inputs.io, which is roughly worth $3.5 million at the time of this post. If you store your Bitcoins locally using something like Bitcoin-QT...