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Secure method of storing Monero such that the private key remains "cold" or never connected to a "hot" wallet or Internet connected device. Cold-storage could include the use of a paper wallet or a hardware wallet to store the private keys

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On the internet-facing computer: You can have a hot wallet (or many) in addition to your cold signing wallet. You will need to have a watch only wallet matching the cold wallet (ie, same keys, the v …
answered Oct 19 '16 by user36303
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The procedure is a bit more involved for Monero, but you can do this in two ways: The easy one off solution is to gather the standard address you sent to, the txkey for the transaction (you said you …
answered May 15 '17 by user36303
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There is an offline wallet generator for Aeon here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=641696.msg17660358#msg17660358 This is the same as the Monero one, but adapted for Aeon. The post above say …
answered Feb 1 '17 by user36303
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Only the matching hot wallet may do submit_transfer. Actually, that's not quite true. You could submit a transaction from another one, but this will wreck that hot wallet's idea of what's spent and w …
answered Oct 22 '16 by user36303
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Your JSON data claims the wrong view secret key for the hot wallet. When you restore the cold wallet using your data, the viewkey command outputs: secret: a0b8891884d22bd6e5ac514e79e87011964838c98c8 …
answered Sep 19 '18 by user36303
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You do the same, except using monero-wallet-cli --generate-from-keys, which will use the spend key in addition to the view key. You will be prompted for the information when you run this. See a guid …
answered Oct 3 '16 by user36303
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The most straightforward way is probably to generate 256 bits of entropy (a fair 20 sided dice will give you a bit more than 4 bits per roll, so make it 64 rolls), and record all these throws in the c …
answered Jul 21 '16 by user36303
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Very unlikely, unless the crypto changes substantially. However, if your goal is to see whether your cold storage has gone bye bye, there is a way to do this (though no current tooling to allow you t …
answered Jul 19 '16 by user36303
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The first line of defense: use a secure operating system. This means no Windows, no running random binaries (except below), and keeping patches up to date. If you know how to use them, use VMs, and do …
answered Aug 15 '16 by user36303
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There is no support for SSS in simplewallet. This would require some amount of new modexp code to be added (unless a variant of it can be made using EC cryptography, but I'm not aware of any). So the …
answered Aug 7 '16 by user36303
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Logan is correct, but I'll go into more details about the first question: You technically do not need to sync the whole blockchain, though you'll want to do it to save headaches. What you need to is …
answered Jul 20 '16 by user36303
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The auditor will see that you have omitted part of the key images. The auditor can see all the outputs received by your account. Without the spend key, the auditor cannot generate the key images corr …
answered Jul 25 '16 by user36303
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The GUI can now create view only wallets. I've not used the GUI in a while, so I'm unable to give detailed steps, however. Please someone who knows post an answer :) See JollyMort's answer below, I ca …
answered Jan 1 '17 by user36303
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The view key detects incoming funds, and that is not enough to determine balance. There is an easy way to do so, however: import your account on mymonero.com. There is a (currently) 1 monero fee for …
answered Aug 19 '17 by user36303
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Monero uses a Keccak based PRNG. I believe this is one that was proposed by the team behind Keccak, though I am not 100% certain. The seeding is done from /dev/urandom (or, for Windows, some Windows s …
answered Oct 9 '16 by user36303

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