paul wheaton wrote:I got an email today...
Cell phone wallets can be hacked the easiest. Don’t think that free bitcoin is floating around to claim.
Some user information (not passwords) has been hacked in the last year (example: hardware wallet company Ledger).
Persons proving they sent bitcoin to Permies: there is a thing called “signatures”. Some wallets can do signatures, but it would be another step for you. You might think about using Ethereum instead. If you use Ethereum, the gas price to send and the time waiting to transact will be smaller; then, you can request two amounts that add up to your total. (Example: Joe sends a small amount to start interacting with you. Then you say, “send .05, and .02 ETH separately to prove you are the buyer.” Also, with Ethereum, there is the capability of attaching a message.
Now that I wrote that, I like the idea of preregistration with an Ethereum wallet. The user can send you a small amount at your request to initiate registering their wallet to permies data bank. Most people into crypto currencies have small amounts in each of their wallets for future gas needs, so, asking someone to spend a little gas isn't a big deal - especially when market prices are rising. On the same thread, Bitcoin is slow and fees are high. Allow people in the crypto market to hold their bitcoin like gold, and spend their Ethereum like currency.
Lastly, I would like to inform everyone that I made a HOW TO pdf and placed it in the digital market last week.
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