Warning: this show contains critical thinking and real conversations with real bitcoiners. Both the host and the guests are not afraid of being critical, they constantly express the unpopular opinions that others don't even dare to utter, but in the end still conclude that Bitcoin is still the best money system humanity has ever had. It's going to take over the world, but we must ensure we use all the best practices of sovereignty and self custody. If you do proceed in spite of this warning, you will have a lot to learn from genuine people who use Bitcoin all around the world. While Bitcoin's financial, social and political takeover happens, you can learn more about it on the Bitcoin Takeover Podcast!
KeyStone is the new Cobo Vault – except that lots of improvements have been brought and there are further software upgrades in the making. So in this episode, KeyStone CEO Lixin Liu tells us about his new hardware wallet & why it's better than Cobo.
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Max Hillebrand is a Bitcoin and privacy advocate whose contributions to Wasabi Wallet have helped integrate hardware wallet functionality and lots of other cool features. In this episode he talks about hardware wallets, privacy & the future of Wasabi.
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Stepan Snigirev is the creator of Specter Wallet, one of the best and most-user friendly solutions to set up multisigs on Bitcoin. He is also the mastermind behind Specter DIY, a hardware wallet that you can build yourself from general-purpose parts.
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The Seedsigner is a unique DIY hardware wallet that anyone can build from a Raspberry Pi Zero. And in this episode, Mr. Seedsigner explains to us how the device works and why bitcoiners should build one to validate their own transactions.
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Ben Arc describes himself as an open source hobbyist. Yet in spite of his humble introduction, he built the open-source Bowser hardware wallet and is also one of the lead developers of LNBits – a useful Lightning Network tool.
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Slush talks about the next Trezor hardware wallet: a device that's going to benefit from the Tropic Square open source secure element chip, but also add a few extra features. Also, the Satoshi Labs CEO presents some important security tips.
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Since launching in February 2020, the second generation Cobo Vault has grown considerably on Western markets and has added lots of interesting features. In this episode, Lixin Liu talks about the pros and cons of this air-gapped approach to managing coins
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Lazy Ninja is a security expert whose claim to fame in the Bitcoin space is hacking the Coldcard and the BitBox02 hardware wallets. In this episode, we talk about the latest trends in BTC security, including multisig, new devices & CoinJoins.
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Zach Herbert is the CEO of Foundation Devices – a company that is about to ship the first batch of the Passport, a new user-friendly and Bitcoin-centric hardware wallet. In this interview, Zack talks about the elements that make the Passport unique.
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In January 2021, Blockstream took the Bitcoin world by surprise by announcing the Jade hardware wallet – a powerful and inexpensive device. In this episode, Blockstream Chief Architect Lawrence Nahum explains how Jade works and what it aims to accomplish.
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