Feathercoin daemon and wallet production version 0.19.1
Old daemon and wallet version 0.18.3

Featheraddress.org - Online/Offline Wallet Generator.


  • | Tip UKMark

    [quote name=“Markus11” post=“21052” timestamp=“1373452245”]
    What, the generator?
    UK Mark is a well known professional with an excellent reputation, its 100% legit but still not finished as it seems
    [/quote]

    …I like it 🙂
    Like you say It is 100% legit, I don’t do scams, although I have noticed a few of my software releases (namely FTCVanity) being used by scammers to scam people 😠
    All I can suggest is people only download from or follow the links that [b]I[/b] post.
    I do intend to take a look at this source again and see if I can pin down the problem with Feathercoin private keys. :-\


  • | Tip Skriglitz

    While I may not be of much help since JS isn’t my forte, I may take a look myself to see if i can help. I just have to figure out how the pub and priv keys are generated for both bitcoin and feathercoin so i can spot the error


  • Regular Member | Tip Markus11

    This project is important because there is no other ftc paper wallet generator out there;
    In my opinion its verry important for a crypto currency to offer a QUICK SOLUTION to generate offline/paper wallets.


  • Regular Member | Tip T4rQu1N

    So it allows people to pay into your wallet? Like a QR code address which is linked to an online wallet?
    Can you put a certain amount of FTC on it and print it out? How does that even work lol?


  • Regular Member | Tip Markus11


  • | Tip UKMark

    Should now be fixed…

    [url=http://www.featheraddress.org][font=georgia][i][size=12pt]feather[/size][/i][/font][font=comic sans ms][size=12pt]address.org[/size][/font][/url]

    As I thought I had added a few too many public key prefix’s [b]0x0E[/b], private key pre-fix is now correct [b]0x8E[/b].

    I have tested with several generated addresses and they are all importing into the client OK! 😎


  • | Tip Skriglitz

    Awesome! Now to print off a few!


  • | Tip UKMark

    [quote name=“Skriglitz” post=“21635” timestamp=“1373920288”]
    Awesome! Now to print off a few!
    [/quote]

    On my TV Screen the private keys of the paper wallets look like they begin with 6’s but upon scanning the QR Code they are actually 5’s - which is the correct format. Not sure what they look like when printed as my Kids have used all of the printer ink ::) 🙂


  • | Tip Skriglitz

    [quote name=“UKMark” post=“21640” timestamp=“1373920998”]
    [quote author=Skriglitz link=topic=2082.msg21635#msg21635 date=1373920288]
    Awesome! Now to print off a few!
    [/quote]

    On my TV Screen the private keys of the paper wallets look like they begin with 6’s but upon scanning the QR Code they are actually 5’s - which is the correct format. Not sure what they look like when printed as my Kids have used all of the printer ink ::) 🙂
    [/quote]

    They turn out fine. The background image is a little fuzzy though but the qr scans perfectly. i wonder if its possible later to increase the size of the white border of the qr codes and possibly later add an encrypted priv key like ive seem a fork of bitaddress v2.2 have


  • | Tip UKMark

    [quote name=“Skriglitz” post=“21642” timestamp=“1373921707”]
    [quote author=UKMark link=topic=2082.msg21640#msg21640 date=1373920998]
    [quote author=Skriglitz link=topic=2082.msg21635#msg21635 date=1373920288]
    Awesome! Now to print off a few!
    [/quote]

    On my TV Screen the private keys of the paper wallets look like they begin with 6’s but upon scanning the QR Code they are actually 5’s - which is the correct format. Not sure what they look like when printed as my Kids have used all of the printer ink ::) 🙂
    [/quote]

    They turn out fine. The background image is a little fuzzy though but the qr scans perfectly. i wonder if its possible later to increase the size of the white border of the qr codes and possibly later add an encrypted priv key like ive seem a fork of bitaddress v2.2 have
    [/quote]

    Anything is possible, I’ll look into the white border, do you have a link to this v2.2 fork?..


  • | Tip Skriglitz

    [quote name=“UKMark” post=“21649” timestamp=“1373922386”]
    [quote author=Skriglitz link=topic=2082.msg21642#msg21642 date=1373921707]
    [quote author=UKMark link=topic=2082.msg21640#msg21640 date=1373920998]
    [quote author=Skriglitz link=topic=2082.msg21635#msg21635 date=1373920288]
    Awesome! Now to print off a few!
    [/quote]

    On my TV Screen the private keys of the paper wallets look like they begin with 6’s but upon scanning the QR Code they are actually 5’s - which is the correct format. Not sure what they look like when printed as my Kids have used all of the printer ink ::) 🙂
    [/quote]

    They turn out fine. The background image is a little fuzzy though but the qr scans perfectly. i wonder if its possible later to increase the size of the white border of the qr codes and possibly later add an encrypted priv key like ive seem a fork of bitaddress v2.2 have
    [/quote]

    Anything is possible, I’ll look into the white border, do you have a link to this v2.2 fork?..
    [/quote]

    Here’s the fork: https://github.com/Zeilap/bitaddress.org
    And I uploaded it to my testing part of my website as well: http://testing.trifractalstudios.com/bitaddress/

    The paper wallet tab can encrypt new wallets using a password and the wallet details tab also has the ability to decrypt the private key so that you can use the encrypted key from the paper wallet. Also if you ever need to I can mirror the site later if you ever need a backup server with round robin dns.


  • | Tip justabitoftime

    [quote name=“UKMark” post=“21628” timestamp=“1373918771”]
    Should now be fixed…

    [url=http://www.featheraddress.org][font=georgia][i][size=12pt]feather[/size][/i][/font][font=comic sans ms][size=12pt]address.org[/size][/font][/url]

    As I thought I had added a few too many public key prefix’s [b]0x0E[/b], private key pre-fix is now correct [b]0x8E[/b].

    I have tested with several generated addresses and they are all importing into the client OK! 😎
    [/quote]

    It would be great if you could go over the highlights of all the different tabs for our less technical members.


  • Regular Member | Tip Markus11

    Great, thx alot


  • | Tip Skriglitz

    Also another thing i noticed is when you print them out theres a tiny gap between wallets unless you set it to either 1 or 2 per page. I sent this to my pdf printer which is exactly how it comes out on paper.

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/23990914/ftca-test.pdf


  • | Tip UKMark

    [quote name=“Skriglitz” post=“21987” timestamp=“1374162262”]
    Also another thing i noticed is when you print them out theres a tiny gap between wallets unless you set it to either 1 or 2 per page. I sent this to my pdf printer which is exactly how it comes out on paper.

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/23990914/ftca-test.pdf
    [/quote]

    I know, this was intentional, the gap was so they could be cut (if required) much easier/neater. :’( 🙂


  • | Tip Skriglitz

    [quote name=“UKMark” post=“22124” timestamp=“1374186327”]
    [quote author=Skriglitz link=topic=2082.msg21987#msg21987 date=1374162262]
    Also another thing i noticed is when you print them out theres a tiny gap between wallets unless you set it to either 1 or 2 per page. I sent this to my pdf printer which is exactly how it comes out on paper.

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/23990914/ftca-test.pdf
    [/quote]

    I know, this was intentional, the gap was so they could be cut (if required) much easier/neater. :’( 🙂
    [/quote]

    Ahhh. I had a to print them 2 per page cuz i couldn’t see the separation very well from this paper lol but its still a good idea


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