[Bitcoin-development] Why are we bleeding nodes?

Wendell w at hivewallet.com
Wed Apr 9 10:38:54 UTC 2014

On that note, I think we have every possibility to make desktop and mobile wallets mind-numbingly simple -- and perhaps even do one better. Is this now a community priority? If so, I would really appreciate some additional contributors to Hive!



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On Apr 7, 2014, at 9:15 PM, Eric Martindale wrote:

> We need to make it so mind-numbingly simple to "run Bitcoin correctly" that the average user doesn't find reasons to do so in the course of normal use.  Right now, Coinbase and Bitstamp are winning in the user experience battle, which technically endanger the user, and by proxy the Bitcoin network.
> Multi-sig as a default is a start.  It won't succeed unless the user experience is simply better than trusted third parties, but we need to start the education process with the very basic fundamental: trusting a third-party with full access to your Bitcoin is just replacing one centralized banking system with another.
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