A friend just asked me "where are the 11 BTC I bought from you half a year ago? ... I don't remember where I put them." He formatted his computer a few months ago, and the money is probably lost (all of your BTCs just got 5.2E-7 more valuable).
I'd like to recommend an easy to use wallet with the following requirements:
- You only have to remember a password/passphrase to access all your BTC. Bonus: transaction history as well.
- It's super secure. I mean, I'd like 2-factor authentication, and keys should not be stored on the server (maybe only half a key). Let's assume the client computer is Trojan infected as well.
- No ID/bloodwork/whatever is needed to use it (I don't know what Mt. Gox requires of "verified" users nowadays).
- It is developed by a relatively trusted company/people. Trust is subjective, but still you can provide concrete evidence of why company X is "more trusted by the community" than company Y.
- I'd prefer a no-install browser based wallet, but not if it conflicts with any of the above requirements.
Are there wallets that comply with most/all of these requirements?