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Raspberry Pi Bitcoin Wallet?

I'm working on a project making a vending machine using a Raspberry Pi and Bitcoin. I need a wallet that will allow me to receive Bitcoin from the interwebs. Any ideas? 100 bits to the person with the best software (not much but it's something).
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What's the best node raspberry pi node these days? And which wallet to connect to it? (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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08-31 09:19 - '[link] / Or the breez wallet is decent / [link] / I have been trying it out for a bit and it isn't bad. / [link] / This is a easy setup for a LN node on a raspberry pi.' by /u/free_the_worlds removed from /r/Bitcoin within 767-777min

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Making a Bitcoin Wallet with Raspberry Pi?

I am getting a Pi this weekend and am wanting to use it for Bitcoin in someway..
I was thinking a wallet since this is something I lack.
I found a few videos on them here's one: https://youtu.be/32lovaPtZws
Is this feasible? Secure? I was thinking of getting a Trezor.. but if I can make the same thing with a Pi then I think it would be a fun project.
Open to other suggestions as well.
Thanks in advance!
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QUESTION: Could Bitcoin related hardware (Trezors/Ledgers, PC's used as nodes, cell phone wallets, Raspberry Pi nodes) be attacked or "infiltrated" by malicious HARDWARE such as the chips in the linked article?

QUESTION: Could Bitcoin related hardware (Trezors/Ledgers, PC's used as nodes, cell phone wallets, Raspberry Pi nodes) be attacked or submitted by fel14 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

10-12 12:33 - 'Electon wallet for raspberry pi?' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/medialAxis removed from /r/Bitcoin within 318-328min

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I've been hodling some bitcoin since 2014 and have just moved them to a segwit wallet, Electrum 3.3.6. That leaves the same amount of BCH on the BCH ledger. I thought I'd have a go at selling the BCH (ideally for BTC) and like to use an Electron wallet to do that but cannot find one that runs on a raspberry pi. Does one exist? If not, what's the best way to go about the task? Tia.
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Create a Bitcoin Hardware Wallet with Golang and a Raspberry Pi Zero

Hi,
I recently spent a lot of time designing and developing a cryptocurrency hardware wallet for Bitcoin and a few Altcoins using a Raspberry Pi Zero (no wireless), Golang, and Angular.
The link to the project is here:
https://www.thepolyglotdeveloper.com/2018/03/create-bitcoin-hardware-wallet-golang-raspberry-pi-zero/
I am not a cryptocurrency expert and I am not an expert with encryption, but what I've developed seems to work. It would mean a lot to me if I got some constructive feedback on the project as well as things I could improve.
To sum up how it works, Ethernet emulation over USB is enabled on the Raspberry Pi Zero since it has no form of wireless or Bluetooth connectivity. A Golang application is deployed to the Raspberry Pi Zero and this application serves an API that only the host machine can access, hence the emulation over USB. The API encrypts the wallet data and is accessible via an Angular frontend that is bundled in the Golang application.
Best,
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QUESTION: Could Bitcoin related hardware (Trezors/Ledgers, PC's used as nodes, cell phone wallets, Raspberry Pi nodes) be attacked or "infiltrated" by malicious HARDWARE such as the chips in the linked article?

QUESTION: Could Bitcoin related hardware (Trezors/Ledgers, PC's used as nodes, cell phone wallets, Raspberry Pi nodes) be attacked or submitted by genius_retard to TREZOR [link] [comments]

Is the Raspberry Pi Zero powerful enough to generate a Bitcoin wallet address using Bitaddress.org?

I would like to create an offline wallet using an offline version of bitaddress.org (https://github.com/pointbiz/bitaddress.org) on a Raspberry Pi zero. Just wondering if it will be able to handle it? Has anybody done this? Thanks!
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Trezor Bitcoin Wallet on the Raspberry Pi Zero (DIY)

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QUESTION: Could Bitcoin related hardware (Trezors/Ledgers, PC's used as nodes, cell phone wallets, Raspberry Pi nodes) be attacked or "infiltrated" by malicious HARDWARE such as the chips in the linked article?

QUESTION: Could Bitcoin related hardware (Trezors/Ledgers, PC's used as nodes, cell phone wallets, Raspberry Pi nodes) be attacked or submitted by genius_retard to ledger [link] [comments]

Is a Raspberry Pi good enough to run a hot wallet? /r/Bitcoin

Is a Raspberry Pi good enough to run a hot wallet? /Bitcoin submitted by cryptoanalyticabot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

Is a Raspberry Pi good enough to run a hot wallet? /r/Bitcoin

Is a Raspberry Pi good enough to run a hot wallet? /Bitcoin submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

QUESTION: Could Bitcoin related hardware (Trezors/Ledgers, PC's used as nodes, cell phone wallets, Raspberry Pi nodes) be attacked or "infiltrated" by malicious HARDWARE such as the chips in the linked article?

QUESTION: Could Bitcoin related hardware (Trezors/Ledgers, PC's used as nodes, cell phone wallets, Raspberry Pi nodes) be attacked or submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

5$ D.I.Y. Hardware wallet based on Trezor for the Raspberry Pi Zero /r/Bitcoin

5$ D.I.Y. Hardware wallet based on Trezor for the Raspberry Pi Zero /Bitcoin submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

QUESTION: Could Bitcoin related hardware (Trezors/Ledgers, PC's used as nodes, cell phone wallets, Raspberry Pi nodes) be attacked or "infiltrated" by malicious HARDWARE such as the chips in the linked article?

QUESTION: Could Bitcoin related hardware (Trezors/Ledgers, PC's used as nodes, cell phone wallets, Raspberry Pi nodes) be attacked or submitted by cryptoanalyticabot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

Create a Bitcoin Hardware Wallet with Golang and a Raspberry Pi Zero /r/Bitcoin

Create a Bitcoin Hardware Wallet with Golang and a Raspberry Pi Zero /Bitcoin submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Armory 0.96.4 wallet -Online WatchOnly -Offline OLD Raspberry Pi 1 Model B (512Mb memory, 2xUSB slots) for signing tx's... /r/Bitcoin

Armory 0.96.4 wallet -Online WatchOnly -Offline OLD Raspberry Pi 1 Model B (512Mb memory, 2xUSB slots) for signing tx's... /Bitcoin submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

[USA-NJ] [H] Sager NP8255 Gaming Laptop, 2 x 2GB DDR2 RAM, 2 x Make: Raspberry Pi Starter Kit [W] PayPal, Bitcoin, Google Wallet

Hello again, /hardwareswap. I'm in sort of a money struggle and I need to get rid of some things quick.
Item Price
2 x 2GB Samsung PC2-6400 800MHz DDR2 RAM $12 per stick
WD Green 1TB 3.5" Hard Drive (WD10EZRX) $40
2 x Raspberry Pi Starter Kit $80 per kit
The DDR2 hasn't been used. It's just been laying around my house for a while. The WD Green was an Amazon error, so it's still brand new in the antistatic bag. The Raspberry Pi Kits are also brand new. I definitely need to get this stuff sold by Monday, so PM me if you're interested.
I'm also selling my baby; my Sager NP8255 purchased from XoticPC. Here's what she's filled with:
Sager NP8255 (Clevo P157SM)
Case Matte Black Finish w/ No Branding
Camera Built in 2.0 Megapixel
Battery 8-Cell Li-Ion
Screen 15.6" FHD 16:9 Matte Super Clear Ultra Bright LED Anti-Glare w/ 95% NTSC Color Gamut 1920 x 1080
Fingerprint Reader Integrated
CPU Intel Haswell Core i7-4700MQ 2.4-3.4GHz
RAM 16GB DDR3 1600MHz (2x8GB w/ 2 Free Slots)
GPU NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770M (3.0GB) GDDR5 (MXM Upgradable)
Keyboard 3-Zone RGB Backlit Non-Chiclet
Memory Card Reader Internal 9-in-1 Card Reader
mSATA 2 x Crucial M500 120GB CT120M500SSD3 (Can be RAIDed)
SATA 2 x Seagate Momentus XT 750GB Solid State Hybrid Drive ST750LX003 (Can be RAIDed)
ODD 6x Blu-Ray Burner + 8x DVDRW/CDRW Super Multi Combo Drive
Network Intel AC7260 A/AC/B/G/N 2.4/5.0GHz w/ Bluetooth 4.0
I wish I could get around $2,000, but please feel free to PM me some offers. I can probably buy a Windows 8 key with student discount if you want it installed on there, ready for Windows 10 upgrade. I'm trying to sell this by June 20th.
Edit: I was hoping to just get offers and just pick someone, but I seemed to scare everyone away. Did a Google search, and found that GenTechPC sells this model configured with the same specs around $2,000 new. I was originally expecting offers around the $1,500 to $1,800 range though, which I still think is fairly reasonable.
Edit: I guess I'll come back to sell my laptop another time, when I've figured out a reasonable price to part with it. I still need to sell the other stuff, so it would be much appreciated if somebody wanted any of the other stuff listed above. This was quite the learning experience, and all comments are much appreciated.
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Trezor Bitcoin Wallet on the Raspberry Pi Zero (DIY)

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Could I use a Raspberry Pi as a hardware wallet? /r/Bitcoin

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