Monthly archives of “April 2014

Reusing addresses is bad, M’kay?

tl;dr Reusing bitcoin addresses has both security and privacy consequences and should be avoided, especially since services and tools that don’t reuse addresses are available and even easy to use.   First what do we mean by “address re-use”? In general we mean sending, ever,… Read More

iOS, Bitcoin and qr codes

At GreenAddress, to support the Android platform (and soon more) we use Cordova ,  a framework that allows to target multiple platforms with one code base and in theory (and in our case I believe in practice too) increase reuse and reduce rewrites. Unfortunately, even though… Read More

‘White paper’ and other updates

First post on our simple blog. 🙂 My name is Lawrence Nahum, I’m the founder of GreenAddress. Here’s my LinkedIn profile: I have only been interested first and then involved in Bitcoin for a bit more than the last two years, but it feels like… Read More