Useful and informative links/videos

Monday, April 21st, 2014

Please click links as you go thru’  get back to read on the useful information.

I) All about choosing a wallet:

Please be careful about which wallet and computer/phone combinations you use. There is a lot of online malware and theft happening since it is now so lucrative to steal bitcoin from unsuspecting owners.
When in doubt contact me.
I am a member of the bitcoin foundation and actively participate with technology leaders and innovators from within the bitcoin alliance in Canada-

II) Recommendations for Wallet download,
For windows based computers/laptops:
This is the original QT wallet.
It takes time to download the entire block chain into your computer.
It is the original wallet software.
Most other existing crypto currency’s (including litecoin) have similar QT wallets.

For android phone;

For Blackberry Q10, Z10 phones;

For Apple IPhone:
This online wallet is good for users of any device.
Most IPhone users I know use this wallet.
This wallet has crossed 1 million users today.

III) Bitcoin in Toronto:
Bitcoin Decentral @64 Spadina

The Bitcoin comes to Toronto
In the above video you will see;
Anthony Di Iorio who  a well respected and experienced promoter of Bitcoin and related technologies in Toronto and in and around North America.

IV) Educative Links:
Dozens of cryptocurrency specifications have been defined, most are similar to and derived from the first fully implemented cryptocurrency protocol, Bitcoin.[1][2][3][4][5][6] Within cryptocurrency systems, the safety, integrity, and balance of all ledgers is ensured by a swarm of mutually distrustful parties, referred to as miners, who are, for the most part, general members of the public, actively protecting the network by maintaining a high hash-rate difficulty for their chance at receiving a randomly distributed small fee.
Averting the underlying security of a cryptocurrency is mathematically possible, but the cost may be unfeasibly high.
For example, against Bitcoin’s proof-of-work based system, an attacker would need computational power greater than that controlled by the entire swarm of miners in order to even have 1 / 2^(# authentication rounds for this cryptocurrency – 1) of a chance, which means directly circumventing Bitcoin’s security may be a task well beyond even a technology company the size of
Google.[citation needed]

Dubai Bitcoin meetup Link:

Bombay Bitcoin: