How will crypto benefit a person who requires a computer to acces their funds, has low bandwidth, has an old computer that might not support Daedalus, in an area where it may take them hours upon hours to restore.
You don’t need a copy of the blockchain to send and receive transactions. Transactions are tiny, they work fine on limited bandwidth. They don’t have to use Daedalus, a light client would work fine.
How many words in the Daedalus dictionary? Now what if a smart human decided to use a word not in the dictionary. They become very unpredictable.
You clearly have no idea what you’re talking about. The words simply represent bits. Each word is 11 bits, 12 words is a 128 bit seed and a 4 bit checksum. Using different words doesn’t change anything. If you wanted a larger seed you would just use more words, there’s no need to use different words.
You should read the entire legislation
I don’t feel like boring myself to sleep. Are you telling me APRA don’t have the power to step in and take peoples money? Even if they don’t, I still prefer to hold my own funds.
Please explain the dumb luck behind the trophies of LBC.
@Donnybaseball already did that:
“A tiny number of funded bitcoin addresses have been purposely made with what’s called “poor entropy,” which means the numbers used as private keys were not very random.”
It does not account for #of wallets
It does, I said 4 billion wallets.
200,000 trillion calculation per second. How would this impact the security model you’ve provided.
Rounding up to 288,230 trillion hashes per second, that’s only 2^58, my example assumed 2^64 hashes per second, so your supercomputer would take even longer than 584,942,417,355 years.