Search type Search syntax
Tags [tag]
Exact "words here"
Author user:1234
user:me (yours)
Score score:3 (3+)
score:0 (none)
Answers answers:3 (3+)
answers:0 (none)
isaccepted:yes
hasaccepted:no
inquestion:1234
Views views:250
Code code:"if (foo != bar)"
Sections title:apples
body:"apples oranges"
URL url:"*.example.com"
Bookmarks inbookmarks:mine
inbookmarks:1234
Status closed:yes
duplicate:no
migrated:no
wiki:no
Types is:question
is:answer
Exclude -[tag]
-apples
For more details on advanced search visit our help page
Results tagged with
Search options answers only user 4302

A device or software that stores public and/or private keys for cryptocurrency transactions and keeps track of their balances and attributes.

1
vote
Short Answer: No Long Answer: Pretty sure no, at least not yet. In the technical flow section, there is a note explicitly stating that it is not possible. https://developers.cardano.org/docs/integrate …
answered Nov 10 '21 by nomad0
1
vote
It depends on what you mean by "paper wallet". … If you want to generate a 24 word mnemonic in secure, ultra-cold fashion, you'd need to use cardano-cli in conjunction with cardano-wallet on an airgapped machine. …
answered Nov 10 '21 by nomad0
1
vote
You must have the "discreet" feature turned on - it is the little eyeball towards the top right of Daedalus, just to the left of the notification bell. To view your balance, simply click the crossed o …
answered Dec 23 '21 by nomad0
2
votes
Additionally, if you want to create a wallet in a completely cold, network-isolated fashion, you can use cardano-cli (and/or cardano-wallet) on an airgapped machine. …
answered Nov 29 '21 by nomad0
2
votes
Yes it can be returned. 2 ADA is the current cost of registering your staking key on chain (this is to prevent sybil attacks). If and when you de-register your staking keys, the 2 ADA is returned to t …
answered Dec 2 '21 by nomad0
0
votes
You can query the input transaction hash, in your case 80b4ab2773da9bccdb62d8bbf22f339bf041f0ff082f34acc6614f6a759e58e using a block explorer like cardanoscan, or from your own running node using card …
answered Dec 23 '21 by nomad0
2
votes
Once you have that set up, the easiest thing is to download the latest pre-compiled cardano-wallet binaries from IOHK's github. Extract the cardano-wallet binaries and place them in your bin folder. … As long as cardano-node is up and running, you may now begin using cardano-wallet. Follow the cardano-wallet user guide to begin. …
answered Dec 23 '21 by nomad0
1
vote
Average block time is 20 seconds, so... Average-time-to-depth-N = N x 20 seconds
answered Nov 19 '21 by nomad0
2
votes
Cardano uses the Hierarchical Deterministic key generation scheme (specifically that of BIP44-ed25519), which is an offline process that can be done without an internet connection. As such, there is n …
answered Nov 28 '21 by nomad0
2
votes
Here is a brief HD infographic describing wallet key generation in Cardano (and other blockchains like Bitcoin). The Master Seed is derived from a mnemonic phrase pulled from the BIP-39 wordlist. …
answered Nov 29 '21 by nomad0
0
votes
I'm no networking wiz (working on it) - but I just played around with the above: I got the same error when I used my public IP address. However, when I use the loopback address (127.0.0.1) it seems to …
answered Dec 27 '21 by nomad0
2
votes
It is worth noting that generating your keys using naked Yoroi (no hardware wallet) is not considered secure. …
answered Jan 4 by nomad0
0
votes
This should give you all you need to start generating keys for Cardano in your language of choice. Also check out CIP-1852 and CIP-19
answered Dec 16 '21 by nomad0
2
votes
ADA/assets that you wish to consolidate are spread across 5 UTXO's in a single address, you can create a transaction where all 5 are consumed in 5 TX-inputs, and output to a single UTXO sent to the new wallet … If no change is being sent back to the original wallet/address, such a transaction would contain 5 inputs and one output. …
answered Jan 7 by nomad0
1
vote
As a personal example, I have very little coding experience, but from hours of community engagement here and on other forums, something like Nami Wallet SEEMS like it is trustworthy. … No, but nor would I store all of my assets on any one single wallet, even one developed by IOHK. …
answered Oct 31 '21 by nomad0

15 30 50 per page