Feathercoin daemon and wallet production version 0.17.0.2

Paper Wallet Trust issues.


  • administrators | Tip MrWyrm

    ooooooo thanks!


  • Regular Member | Tip voingiappone

    Paper wallets! That’s a good idea I wanted to try when I started mining and I’m postponing ever since!

    Never really looked into this so,MrWyrm, mind if I ask you which software you used? The wallet itself?


  • | Tip bobtaco

    I can also recommend the Piper for creating paper wallets. Again, not cheap, but really easy, and a great solution.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EwxAkG5TZL0

    Currently, it doesn’t support FTC, but maybe if some more people from the forum are interested, he will write the code to generate FTC keys. Right now it supports BTC and LTC and does BIP0038 encryption.

    http://piperwallet.com/index.php


  • administrators | Tip MrWyrm

    Paper wallets! That’s a good idea I wanted to try when I started mining and I’m postponing ever since!

    Never really looked into this so,MrWyrm, mind if I ask you which software you used? The wallet itself?

    I downloaded the Featheraddress package and ran it offline.

    https://github.com/Mark-Leck/Featheraddress

    I’ve not had chance to test these paper wallets yet though. Having a few problems getting the wallet working on a fresh Xubuntu install.


  • administrators | Tip MrWyrm

    I can also recommend the Piper for creating paper wallets. Again, not cheap, but really easy, and a great solution.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EwxAkG5TZL0

    Currently, it doesn’t support FTC, but maybe if some more people from the forum are interested, he will write the code to generate FTC keys. Right now it supports BTC and LTC and does BIP0038 encryption.

    http://piperwallet.com/index.php

    I’d guess once Muddy’s brilliant FTC ATM is more automated for generating addresses there could be a cashless version for this exact purpose?


  • Regular Member | Tip prensel

    Well i did try this once with a Worldcoin address/wallet.

    Created an offline address through the worldcoind (daemon), exported the private key and tried to import again into an online client… FAIL…

    I’m not sure why it didn’t work but this stopped me from trying again at that time.


  • administrators | Tip uncle_muddy

    I’d guess once Muddy’s brilliant FTC ATM is more automated for generating addresses there could be a cashless version for this exact purpose?

    You need to stop encouraging me!!! ???


  • administrators | Tip MrWyrm

    Well i did try this once with a Worldcoin address/wallet.

    Created an offline address through the worldcoind (daemon), exported the private key and tried to import again into an online client… FAIL…

    I’m not sure why it didn’t work but this stopped me from trying again at that time.

    I scared myself a little with my test wallet in QT until I read that you have to decrypt your wallet using “walletpassphrase” for X number of seconds before using the “importprivkey” command. *hangs head in shame*

    Blockchain.info sweeping process is much easier.


  • administrators | Tip MrWyrm

    My wallets seem fine. I’ve tested and destroyed. 😉


  • Regular Member | Tip voingiappone

    I downloaded the Featheraddress package and ran it offline.

    https://github.com/Mark-Leck/Featheraddress

    I’ve not had chance to test these paper wallets yet though. Having a few problems getting the wallet working on a fresh Xubuntu install.

    Thank you buddy! I’ll give it a shot!

    I also noticed in UM FTC ATM post that the official FTC client can be used the same way but it is way bigger and needs compiling so I’ll skip this one.