I Probably Made the Easiest Bitcoin Wallet to Use

Technology Sep 25, 2023
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In my recent role at a smart TV manufacturer, I discovered that operating smart TVs can pose significant challenges, even to a person like me and especially for those who aren't tech-savvy. Interestingly, most customer support inquiries and feedback came from elderly users who might not have needed assistance if minor software adjustments had been made. Additionally, the issues extended beyond the software to encompass inconsistencies in both the remote control and the TV hardware itself. I believe we have transitioned from making technology user-friendly for everyone to focusing on aesthetics, often resulting in designs that appear impressive but can be overwhelming for others.

When it comes to cryptocurrencies, especially if we want mass adoption, I believe it's essential to offer the simplicity offered by centralized currency, without compromising the decentralization that safeguards it from the control of a select few. Most people I believe simply want an accessible alternative form of money without all the technical stuff that comes with it. This is one reason why I have reservations about the Lightning Network; the concept of channels may not be suitable for the general public. I hope the Bitcoin community can come up with a more user-centric solution.

Anyway, with what I know, I attempted to create an experimental, free, and open-source, non-custodial Bitcoin wallet that places a strong emphasis on simplicity and user-friendliness, utilizing a formula I created myself and I believe I have done quite well.

You can now get it on GitHub and the Google Play Store.

Please be aware that this application is still in its early stages of development and there is a possibility of losing all your funds. Therefore, it's important to exercise caution, use the app at your own discretion, and refrain from holding significant amounts of funds within the app due to the said risk.

You can contribute in various ways: by identifying and reporting issues, submitting pull requests on GitHub, or by showing support through a donation using the Bitcoin wallet address provided below.


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