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S4 E6: JW Weatherman on Hardware Wallets, Cold Storage & Multisig


05:45 – Solve the puzzle and get 2.1 BTC from show sponsor Phemex


8:50 – Supply chain attacks on hardware wallets


12:00 – Compromising private key generation on hardware wallets


12:50 – Is running Bitcoin Core on your computer as safe as using a hardware wallet?


14:46 – Coldcard’s PSBT


20:28 – Lindy effects in hardware wallets (the longer they’ve been around, the more secure they are)


22:50 – Hardware wallets are definitely better than bank account security


23:10 – Why Bitcoin’s scarcity makes it very valuable


24:43 – Losing bitcoins vs losing fiat


26:48 – Hardware wallets vs cold storage


29:00 – QR code cold storage


29:25 – Multisig


34:00 – Casa multisig inheritance system


39:30 – Authentication, identity & voting


43:30 – Are microchip implants a safe way to store your Bitcoin private keys?


45:47 – Why Bitcoin is the best user experience


47:20 – YetiCold dot com


55:00 – Why does YetiCold use 3 out of 7 signatures?


58:00 – JW Weatherman on using steel plates to store private keys


1:02:00 – What the term “cypherpunk” really means and why the cypherpunk movement is abolitionist 


1:05:40 – Why should YetiCold be trusted?


1:07:00 – Does YetiCold make JW Weatherman any money?


1:09:00 – Mathbot dot com


1:11:05 – Is Donald McIntyre a cypherpunk historian?


1:11:53 – David Chaum is a genius


1:13:50 – Digicash had to exist and had to fail


1:14:27 – Why JW Weatherman thinks Monero is a scam


1:16:53 – Closing note on the JW Weatherman’s interview with Tim May (available on YouTube)


Categories | Season 4


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