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TxTenna Is Live


I wrote about something called TxTenna back in May. It is a way to move Bitcoin from one wallet to another without needing to be connected to the Internet. Well TxTenna is now live and if you want to see it in action you can try it out by following the instructions here. And here is a blog post by Richard Myers, the engineer at GoTenna (a USV portfolio company) who built TxTenna in which he explains how it works and why he built it. And for good measure, here are a few more links: Play Store link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.samourai.txtenna …  Github link: https://github.com/MuleTools/txTenna … Certainly this is not a mainstream use case, but it does showcase the resiliency of decentralized systems and that is pretty neat. https://avc.com/2018/10/txtenna-is-live/

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I wrote about something called TxTenna back in May. It is a way to move Bitcoin from one wallet to another without needing to be connected to the Internet. Well TxTenna is now live and if you want to see it in action you can try it out by following the instructions here. And here is a blog post by Richard Myers, the engineer at GoTenna (a USV portfolio company) who managed the TxTenna project in which he explains how it works and why they built it. And for good measure, here are a few more links: Play Store link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.samourai.txtenna …  Github link: https://github.com/MuleTools/txTenna … Certainly this is not a mainstream use case, but it does showcase the resiliency of decentralized systems and that is pretty neat. https://avc.com/2018/10/txtenna-is-live/

TxTenna Is Live1


I wrote about something called TxTenna back in May. It is a way to move Bitcoin from one wallet to another without needing to be connected to the Internet. Well TxTenna is now live and if you want to see it in action you can try it out by following the instructions here. And here is a blog post by Richard Myers, the engineer at GoTenna (a USV portfolio company) who managed the TxTenna project in which he explains how it works and why they built it. And for good measure, here are a few more links: Play Store link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.samourai.txtenna …  Github link: https://github.com/MuleTools/txTenna … Certainly this is not a mainstream use case, but it does showcase the resiliency of decentralized systems and that is pretty neat. https://avc.com/2018/10/txtenna-is-live/

TxTenna Is Live1


I wrote about something called TxTenna back in May. It is a way to move Bitcoin from one wallet to another without needing to be connected to the Internet. Well TxTenna is now live and if you want to see it in action you can try it out by following the instructions here. And here is a blog post by Richard Myers, the engineer at GoTenna (a USV portfolio company) who managed the TxTenna project in which he explains how it works and why they built it. And for good measure, here are a few more links: Play Store link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.samourai.txtenna …  Github link: https://github.com/MuleTools/txTenna … Certainly this is not a mainstream use case, but it does showcase the resiliency of decentralized systems and that is pretty neat. https://avc.com/2018/10/txtenna-is-live/

TxTenna Is Live1


I wrote about something called TxTenna back in May. It is a way to move Bitcoin from one wallet to another without needing to be connected to the Internet. Well TxTenna is now live and if you want to see it in action you can try it out by following the instructions here. And here is a blog post by Richard Myers, the engineer at GoTenna (a USV portfolio company) who managed the TxTenna project in which he explains how it works and why they built it. And for good measure, here are a few more links: Play Store link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.samourai.txtenna …  Github link: https://github.com/MuleTools/txTenna … Certainly this is not a mainstream use case, but it does showcase the resiliency of decentralized systems and that is pretty neat. https://avc.com/2018/10/txtenna-is-live/