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Lightweight, open-source, universal paper wallet generator

koraylinux profile image Koray Biçer ・1 min read

Hi folks,

I have a website that offers an offline coin wallet generation and recently a github member reported an error in the pdf output. I checked myself and did not see any error. My kindly request from you is to create a few coins and tokens address on generator, to see if the secret key in the pdf output is the same as on the screen.

url: https://holdmywallet.com

Thank you very much for your help :)

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Thanks folks, i've got 50 stars and 4 forks now. Since I have not received any bad feedback, it means that my site is running smoothly.

Next step is to find some sponsors for the project.

 
Sloan, the sloth mascot Comment marked as low quality/non-constructive by the community View code of conduct

Doesn't seem to be a secure solution at all. Sorry.

I'd rather generate wallets on my PC than on some unknown website that could save the private keys in some hidden manner and later on use it to steal the funds from the wallets. There are better ways to do it. And much more secure.

 

Have you spare your precious time and read the warnings?

Of course it's not secure :) We don't use online generated wallets. It's crazy. That's why i share the github link so you can download on your computer.

I also tell you this is the most secured and simple online wallet generator. Audit process is so simple that any mid level coder can complete the audit in an hour.

 
Sloan, the sloth mascot Comment marked as low quality/non-constructive by the community View code of conduct

Hard to trust someone who claims in his own GitHub page he is not a developer, to develop a secure solution for cryptocurrencies, isn't it?

Fun fact: I'm not a developer so i can drink tea as much as i want

Don't trust, verify! If you found something wrong in codes, share it.

Being a developer is a road that requires long work and I am at the beginning of this road. Telling the truth does not make me unreliable.

Sloan, the sloth mascot Comment marked as low quality/non-constructive by the community View code of conduct

I'd rather trust offline clients to generate private wallet keys than code written by someone who claims he doesn't know how to develop software.

Would you fly a plane that has this huge sticker on its side saying "Designed by non-engineers, but we really tried hard!"?

I doubt it.

It's the truth, i'm not a coder :)