Blockcypher releases a wallet for developers

Blockcypher is calling it a /dev/wallet for bitcoin. It's open source and trustless despite the confusion of people-that-should-know-better like Bitcoin Core developer Peter Todd. Your private key, the thing that controls your bitcoins, never leaves your computer and because the wallet uses the BlockCypher API and is open source, it's pretty easy to audit code to make sure it's doing what it promises. You (or your business) can keep its Bitcoin private keys on computers that never connect to the internet, sign transactions there, copy the signed transactions to another system to broadcast them.


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