Why a 12 Word Mnemonic is an Insecure Bitcoin Wallet Backup

Rewind back to 2010 and the way Bitcoin wallets worked. Users had a wallet.dat file on their computer with their private keys on it. They could optionally add a password to encrypt it. They SHOULD back up the file in case they lost their computer, like this guy. Life at the time was tedious! Some […]

Choose Your Node with the Airbitz Wallet

As we had previously published a few weeks back, Airbitz takes the stance that we desire both of the two primary Bitcoin scaling solutions put forward by the industry, bigger blocks and Segwit + Lightning Networks. The unfortunate bitter battle, however, has put adoption of either implementation at a near deadlock. Users have created strong […]