Brainwallets: The Bitcoin Wallet You Probably Shouldn’t Use (Unless You Have To)
A “brainwallet” refers to a private key that is stored in the user’s memory in the form of a seed phrase or a passphrase.
Wasabi Wallet 2.0 will introduce privacy enhancement "WabiSabi," a more efficient CoinJoin framework.
“If we do it, we would build it entirely in the open, from software to hardware design, and in collaboration with the community,” Dorsey said in the Twitter thread.
“We’re doing it,” tweeted Jack Dorsey, the fintech’s CEO.
At least 124.85 BTC appear to have been swept from wallets generated by the website.
Apple's most recent Mac update is causing major problems for one of Bitcoin’s oldest wallets.