Monthly Archives: June 2015

Memo to Ethereum Foundation Council: impudence begins with calling your investors “donors”

Kelley Becker, deputy assistant to Jeffrey Wilkes of the Ethereum Foundation Council, just called ethereum investors “donors” in a skype chat leaked by (former?) ethereum employee Matt Liston.  Tellingly, Becker did this “straight” — no humor intended. Backstory: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1MdvfZibhuQLr4104vicHtJ4RMP8uCmHIuvcEnq3QL4U/edit?usp=sharing (skype chat transcript) … Continue reading

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How secure is Trezor’s restore process?

A consulting client wanted to know if it was safe to do the trezor restore process on a possibly virus infested computer.  Here’s my answer. Trezor hardware wallets start with a bip39 24 word seed with 256 bits of entropy. (2048 … Continue reading

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