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/u/btchip from the Ledger Wallet company has hated Bitcoin Cash for a long time. If you complain about the default $2-$3 fees in their software for BCH, he will attack you and accuse you of slander. TLDR: Don't buy a Ledger.

btchip from the Ledger Wallet company has hated Bitcoin Cash for a long time. If you complain about the default $2-$3 fees in their software for BCH, he will attack you and accuse you of slander. TLDR: Don't buy a Ledger. submitted by cryptorebel to btc [link] [comments]

Ledger CTO Nicolas Bacca (u/btchip) insults bitcoin.com hardware wallet as another failed TREZOR clone.

Ledger CTO Nicolas Bacca (u/btchip) insults bitcoin.com hardware wallet as another failed TREZOR clone. submitted by hunk_quark to btc [link] [comments]

/u/btchip from Ledger Wallet company seems to admit in this comment that he does not think Bitcoin Cash has any importance. This is probably why they don't even have BCH as a default app, and allow tons of bugs to persist and blame the BCH network.

btchip from Ledger Wallet company seems to admit in this comment that he does not think Bitcoin Cash has any importance. This is probably why they don't even have BCH as a default app, and allow tons of bugs to persist and blame the BCH network. submitted by cryptorebel to btc [link] [comments]

Ledger CTO Nicolas Bacca (u/btchip) insults bitcoin.com hardware wallet as another failed TREZOR clone.

Ledger CTO Nicolas Bacca (u/btchip) insults bitcoin.com hardware wallet as another failed TREZOR clone. submitted by hunk_quark to ledgerwallet [link] [comments]

the irony of people like btchip : he praise r/bitcoin, consider this place a cesspool , but then he's quick to ask the mods for super powers

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BTChip Launches Multi-Signature USB Bitcoin Wallet

BTChip Launches Multi-Signature USB Bitcoin Wallet submitted by HostFat to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

/u/btchip from Ledger Wallet company seems to admit in this comment that he does not think Bitcoin Cash has any importance. This is probably why they don't even have BCH as a default app, and allow tons of bugs to persist and blame the BCH network.

btchip from Ledger Wallet company seems to admit in this comment that he does not think Bitcoin Cash has any importance. This is probably why they don't even have BCH as a default app, and allow tons of bugs to persist and blame the BCH network. submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Ledger CTO Nicolas Bacca (u/btchip) insults bitcoin.com hardware wallet as another failed TREZOR clone.

Ledger CTO Nicolas Bacca (u/btchip) insults bitcoin.com hardware wallet as another failed TREZOR clone. submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

the irony of people like btchip : he praise r/bitcoin, consider this place a cesspool , but then he's quick to ask the mods for super powers

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/u/btchip from the Ledger Wallet company has hated Bitcoin Cash for a long time. If you complain about the default $2-$3 fees in their software for BCH, he will attack you and accuse you of slander. TLDR: Don't buy a Ledger.

btchip from the Ledger Wallet company has hated Bitcoin Cash for a long time. If you complain about the default $2-$3 fees in their software for BCH, he will attack you and accuse you of slander. TLDR: Don't buy a Ledger. submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

I can't buid btchip-python on Windows, help. /r/Bitcoin

I can't buid btchip-python on Windows, help. /Bitcoin submitted by coincrazyy to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

BTChip Launches Highly Protected USB Bitcoin Wallet

BTChip Launches Highly Protected USB Bitcoin Wallet submitted by voyagerdoge to DogeNews [link] [comments]

06-08 22:16 - 's/today / , (strong) moderation is not censorship ... that debate is about as old as the first BBS and not very fun to rehash indefinitely.' by /u/btchip removed from /r/Bitcoin within 1-6min

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BTChip Launches Multi-Signature USB Bitcoin Wallet

BTChip Launches Multi-Signature USB Bitcoin Wallet submitted by BTCNews to BTCNews [link] [comments]

@Ledger BTCHIP: Have you patched this CRITICAL vulnerability discovered by ZENGO: DoS attacks on Ledger Live Wallets making wallet funds PERMANENTLY unusable?

https://www.coindesk.com/researchers-expose-flaw-in-bitcoin-wallets-that-could-be-exploited-for-double-spending
Ledger u/btchip, u/fabnormal, what is going on with this incredible attack vector reported by ZENGO (see above link)? About allowing "replace by fee" RBF function by the Live Wallet.
The article states that you have only patched one of TWO CRITICAL vulnerabilities. You fixed the part "user erroneously believes a pending transaction has already been confirmed".
But this is only one - the much less dangerous - part of the vulnerability.
What about this even more dangerous SECOND ATTACK vector, also linked to the RBF function?
This second flaw is essentially a DoS attack which PERMANENTLY destroys a user's wallet address and makes spending from it impossible
When are you solving and patching this attack vector? And can you solve it? I understand you should adjust your *coin selection algorithm *
This second attack is incredible, it is a direct knockout, anyone with some knowledge can destroy any user's wallet at will. Anytime, from anywhere. No physical access needed, no spyware or hacking needed!
And the user can't do a thing about it to prevent it. How are you allowing such a huge vulnerability to exist?!
Who needs the hardware security if anyone can block you from USING your wallet?! in the end it is like stealing, in both cases you cannot spend anymore.
, Here the quote how the article describes this attack:
"Attacker artificially inflates a victim's balance by sending repeated transactions to her wallet. This can be done without a victim's consent. By rerouting the transactions before they are confirmed, the victim's stated wallet balance and actual funds are again decoupled, making their wallet unusable. Worse, the attack can affect multiple wallets at the same time."
"Essentially, it’s a denial of service (DoS) attack, preventing people from using their wallets. This also disables other kinds of sending attempts if the wallet’s coin selection algorithm chooses funds from this nonexistent transaction,”
This is an incredible vulnerability, no way to prevent. Explain to use have you solved this already, or what is the status? Or do you like to keep it that way, why?! Thanks
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RBF bricking possible?

This thread (https://old.reddit.com/ledgerwallet/comments/hjypec/double_spend_possible_on_ledge) was on the RBF vulnerability. btchip linked to Ledger's website post on the matter (https://www.ledger.com/trickery-is-not-a-vulnerability). I might have missed something; but it does not seem to address the second order attack which could permanently disable a wallet with or without the victim’s knowledge of the transaction. From https://www.bit-cointalk.com/2020/07/02/researchers-expose-flaw-in-bitcoin-wallets-that-could-be-exploited-for-double-spending/ : "Essentially, it’s a denial of service (DoS) attack, preventing people from using their wallets. “This also disables other kinds of sending attempts if the wallet’s coin selection algorithm chooses funds from this nonexistent transaction,” Ohayon said. These wallets are “bricked,” to use Sutch’s parlance.
The technical details are over my old head... but the mention of "bricking" causes alarm. The post on Ledger's site states that " your crypto, recovery phrase, private keys, PIN code etc. are not at risk. ". But this is in reference to the first type of RBF vulnarability... not the second one. So is "bricking" possible?
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Electron Cash will support the Ledger Wallet in it's upcoming release, so you can send cheap transactions again.

Electron Cash will support the Ledger Wallet in it's upcoming release, so you can send cheap transactions again. submitted by Merculeses to btc [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Cash meetup with Amaury Séchet, Bitcoin Cash lead developer, at La Maison Du Bitcoin, Paris

Bitcoin Cash meetup with Amaury Séchet, Bitcoin Cash lead developer, at La Maison Du Bitcoin, Paris submitted by btchip to btc [link] [comments]

Ledger CTO requests suggestions to fix their product. Claims BCH is ‘fundamentally broken’.

EDIT2: I have seen a few comments and posts that make me believe that there is a fairly straightforward fix that can be implemented here.
u/btchip, you said you run your own servers to handle the fee calculations. Would you be willing to either connect to an external mining node running Bitcoin Unlimited or switch one of your non mining nodes to their software? They have indicated that their rpc response has been completely overhauled. I’ve also heard that they are discussing fees in the range of 10 bytes/satoshi.
Can anyone from Bitcoin unlimited comment?
I just had a fairly robust back and forth with u/btchip regarding the ongoing issues people (myself included) have been having with the ledger fee estimator and the low fee bug in the ledger software. u/btchip asserted several times that the issue is not with the ledger software but is related to an RPC call they are using to retrieve fee estimates from a set of non-mining Bitcoin ABC nodes they run for this purpose.
In the final message of our exchange u/btchip asks for ideas on how to fix this issue so I would like to ask the BCH community (devs in particular) how this is being done in other wallets. Clearly, the mempool data shows that many fee estimations are wildly higher than what they need to be so maybe there is some truth to what u/btchip says and maybe this is affecting other wallets. Can anyone offer some insight into this element of the code? How does the bitcoin.com wallet do this same estimation? I always get a 1 or 2 satoshi/byte fee from them whereas I always see fee estimates of 50+ sat/b in the ledger software.
Is there any truth to what u/btchip says, and if so is anyone working on improving this element of any of the current bitcoin node clients? Can we point u/btchip towards a node software with a better implementation of that particular rpc call? I am not very knowledgeable in a lot of this so any help you can give to trying to resolve this would be much appreciated.
If you want to read the exchange the thread is here: https://np.reddit.com/ledgerwallet/comments/7mzodj/bch_estimator_for_ledger_chrome_app/?st=JBTLY1SK&sh=e56cdba3
EDIT: thanks everyone for the discussion and thanks especially to u/btchip for taking the time to come here and discuss. Hopefully this can be resolved quickly so we can all get back to using our peer to peer electronic cash with super low fees and fast transaction times.
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Don't Support Trezor

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PSA to all those who are using a LedgerWallet to store their BCH. Transactions with a fee of <10 sat/byte will not confirm due to a bug in ledger's node software

Currently there is an issue with ledger's nodes that they use to broadcast transactions, whereby any transaction with a fee of 10 sat/byte or less will not broadcast to the network.
This is NOT an issue with BCH, and is an issue with ledger's own nodes.
Also, its worth mentioning that with the way their CTO btchip has been responding, it might be worth seeking an alternative hardware wallet.
https://www.reddit.com/ledgerwallet/comments/7o2s2when_will_ledger_finally_fix_their_1_satbyte/
His responses can basically be summed up as "why don't you send a pull request to our github.com", instead of ledger actually fixing the issue.
Telling the average user that if there's a problem with the companies software they should fix it themselves is pretty ridiculous.
Users have paid a lot for this product, the company should hire sufficient programmers to ensure that product works as intended. Not tell users to fix it themselves.
The whole point of Bitcoin Cash is that fees are low. If a user is having to pay 10 times the necessary fee that is a serious issue.
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I would like to salute Ledger for their implementation of Bitcoin Cash

I have disagree many time (sometimes strongly) with btchip but I have to say the implementation of Bitcoin cash is clean and non-ambiguous.
Great job. So Kudos!
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BTChip - KryptoKit HW1 Demo HardwareWallet.com - How to make a payment with smart card based bitcoin hardware wallet S4 E10: Rodolfo Novak on the Coldcard Wallet 7 DAY$-24/HR$ - BITCOIN MINING EXPERIMENT - See How Much Money I Made :) Review: Ledger Wallet Nano Provides Premium Security on a Budget

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