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The developers of Darkwallet, the intentionally controversial and OBPP award winning Privacy Bitcoin client are believed to have abandoned the project.
This article will cover the necessary steps that need to be considered when creating and maintaining a bitcoin wallet.
A new anonymous Bitcoin wallet has entered the crypto universe. It’s called Samourai wallet, and its main focus is security and privacy.
The Open Bitcoin Privacy Project (OBPP) met their initial goal with the May 19 release of their first wallet ratings.
DarkWallet is inching another step closer to its first beta version, as it has released its eighth and – probably - final alpha version this past week. Most notably, this newest edition of the anonymizing Bitcoin wallet software includes the option to withdraw cash from thousands of ATM's throughout Spain.
A proposed UK bill could end anonymity in Bitcoin transactions by logging of all content accessed via UK ISPs. This will leave only services such as DarkWallet as truly anonymous options, placing them firmly in the sights of UK lawmakers seeking “the legal power to break into the encrypted communications of suspected terrorists.”
Max Keiser sat down with the fireball Dark Wallet developer Amir Taaki in a far-reaching interview that touches on a number of cool topics: The anonymity-minded Bitcoin wallet as subject of a recent BBC piece, emerging political movements, and Apple's encryption scheme decried by the FBI. Mad about the state of democracy, bro? Curious about the future of Bitcoin? They discuss that too. Let's dig into it.
With the recent news that SharedCoin has some major security holes, we decided now would be the best time to check out some alternative services.
DarkWallet's website went down for a while, causing rapid and unfounded speculation. It has since come back online, but the developers need more support.
With just mere days after the previous release, the Dark Wallet team has released alpha 5.
As summer events of the Bitcoin environment are already announced, spring meetups open details and populate up-to-date schedules. The Bitcoin Alliance of Canada is holding Bitcoin Expo in April; it is perfect timing to provide attendees with exact agenda and speakers’ list.
A group of activists are seeking crowdsourced funds to develop Dark Wallet, a crypto-wallet that works in browser and runs on an independent software stack, allowing users to spend Bitcoins privately and anonymously.
Cody Wilson, most famous as the guy who invented a gun that can be made with a 3D printer, has offered but a handful of clues into his new project, Dark Wallet.
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