I have good back up system. Can my wallet be backed up? Can I access it anywhere? If so how do bit coin system know that I am the one accessing it?
I want to use the Bitcoin client Multibit, but to do so I will need to install Java which over the past six months I've only heard bad things about. So my question is: how safe is it for me to ...
I know that it can be a little paranoid yet, but anyone ever did an offline backup of blockchain in case of a kind of geomagnetic storm? Imagine if all clients of the world lost the data. I know the ...
I am looking at starting a business that will send and receive a large amount Bitcoins in a semi automated manner using API's. I was wondering what is the best way to do do this in a secure way to ...
As there was some disagreement on security of various models of Bitcoin clients in comments to this answer, I'd like to address the problem. How secure are various models of Bitcoin clients? Those ...
What is the safest medium on which to store my wallet/private keys? I avoid eWallets like the plague. I have my wallet on my computer at the moment with the Bitcoin passphrase encryption and I have ...
The single most-trusted canonical source of Bitcoin client is https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin This URL is controlled by a single US company GitHub Inc., headquartered in San Francisco, United ...
What happens to my bitcoins if lose my wallet file e.g. I suffer data loss and my computer is unrecoverable?
You run bitcoin as a service on your local computer. What happens if this computer is compromised? A corrupt/failed hard drive or theft leads to the machine being lost and unrecoverable, and my ...