08-05-14 -- Will Pangman -- LISTEN LIVE on LRN.FM, M-F, 9-No 
Freedom's Phoenix – "Uncovering the Secrets and Exposing the Lies"

REAL TIME SPOT PRICES

Bitcoin Average: $769.72 Gold: $1159.53 Change: $(11.97) Silver: $16.91 Change: $(0.13)
 

Freedom's Phoenix
Newspaper

 
 
Contribute Bitcoin to
Freedom's Phoenix



Contribute Funding by
PayPal or Credit Card

 
Sign-up for FREE
Daily Newsletter
Log-In

See Complete Menu

Special Editions
Translate Page
RSS Feeds
 


Declare Your
Independence

with Ernest Hancock

 
Log-In
Front Page
Page Two
 
 

Freedom's Phoenix
Online Magazine

 
Freedom Forum
Letters to the Editor
Report The News
 

Anarchives:

 

 

Search by Keyword

    Contents by Subject
    Radio/TV Shows
    Feature Articles
    Opinion Columns
    News Stories
    Newsletters List
    Reference Links
 
 

SEDITION SUBVERSION AND SABOTAGE FIELD MANUAL No. 1; A Three Part Solution to The State
 
Stop Wars T-shirts at The Bitcoin Store
 
OpenBazaar Hosting by Agorist Hosting
 
Purse.IO Save on All Amazon Purchases
Subject:  Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock

08-05-14 -- Will Pangman - Bitcoin Security - Tragedy&Hope Fund Raising Project (MP3 & VIDEO UP)

Will Pangman (Chief Communications Officer at Tapeke) on bitcoin outreach, education, and communication. (Video LOADED)

Program Date:  Tuesday, August 5, 2014
Full Show:
Media Type: Audio   •  Time: 198:0 Mins and Secs

Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock Radio Show
Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock Radio Show

Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock - Radio

Host: Ernest Hancock
Email: ernesthancock@cox.net
Website: www.ernesthancock.com

Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock strives to create an understanding of the Philosophy of Liberty. Understanding is far more important than agreement -- that will come in its own time.


DONATE Bitcoins Here

1PCnPViv1PENR5Qme63DKYbj19hmHQoag1



Click to Subscribe
To RSS Feed:
(Use your browser)


Click to Subscribe
 to this program on
iTunes Store:
(Podcast)

Subscribe to Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock Archives


DYI App for Android
Get the LRN listening app
LRN.FM for Android and iOS!
Listen Live
@ LRN.fm
HOUR ONE

Media Type: Audio   •  Time: 198:0 Mins and Secs
Guests Will Pangman
Topics Bitcoin


 
Hour 1-3 -- Will Pangman (Chief Communications Officer at Tapeke) on bitcoin outreach, education, and communication
 


CALL IN TO SHOW: 602-264-2800




 
August 5th, 2014
Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock
on LRN.FM / Monday - Friday
9 a.m. - Noon (EST)
Studio Line: 602-264-2800 
 

Hour 1
2014-08-05 Hour 1 Will Pangman (Video Loaded):

2014-08-05 Hour 1 Will Pangman from Ernest Hancock on Vimeo.



Will Pangman
Webpages:
Tapeke.Com
Facebook.Com/whpangman

Pangman is the Chief Communications Officer at Tapeke, a cryptocurrency personal finance platform; the founder of the Milwaukee Bitcoin Meetup, BitcoinMKE; and an active proponent of bitcoin education initiatives in tandem with the Bitcoin Foundation. Through all three of these roles, he has carved out a niche as a premier bitcoin outreach expert.

Article - Profiles in Bitcoin Outreach: Will Pangman (Bitcoin Magazine May 2014)

__________________________

HOW TO MAKE A MINT: THE CRYPTOGRAPHY OF ANONYMOUS ELECTRONIC CASH

Anonymous: Fried, Frank got NSA's permission to make this report available. They have offered to make copies available by contacting them at <21stCen@ffhsj.com> or (202) 639-7200. See: http://www.ffhsj.com/bancmail/21starch/961017.htm 

Received October 31, 1996

INTRODUCTION

With the onset of the Information Age, our nation is becoming increasingly dependent upon network communications. Computer-based technology is significantly impacting our ability to access, store, and distribute information. Among the most important uses of this technology is electronic commerce: performing financial transactions via electronic information exchanged over telecommunications lines. A key requirement for electronic commerce is the development of secure and efficient electronic payment systems. The need for security is highlighted by the rise of the Internet, which promises to be a leading medium for future electronic commerce.

Electronic payment systems come in many forms including digital checks, debit cards, credit cards, and stored value cards. The usual security features for such systems are privacy (protection from eavesdropping), authenticity (provides user identification and message integrity), and nonrepudiation (prevention of later denying having performed a transaction) .

The type of electronic payment system focused on in this paper is electronic cash. As the name implies, electronic cash is an attempt to construct an electronic payment system modelled after our paper cash system. Paper cash has such features as being: portable (easily carried), recognizable (as legal tender) hence readily acceptable, transferable (without involvement of the financial network), untraceable (no record of where money is spent), anonymous (no record of who spent the money) and has the ability to make "change." The designers of electronic cash focused on preserving the features of untraceability and anonymity. Thus, electronic cash is defined to be an electronic payment system that provides, in addition to the above security features, the properties of user anonymity and payment untraceability..

In general, electronic cash schemes achieve these security goals via digital signatures. They can be considered the digital analog to a handwritten signature. Digital signatures are based on public key cryptography. In such a cryptosystem, each user has a secret key and a public key. The secret key is used to create a digital signature and the public key is needed to verify the digital signature. To tell who has signed the information (also called the message), one must be certain one knows who owns a given public key. This is the problem of key management, and its solution requires some kind of authentication infrastructure. In addition, the system must have adequate network and physical security to safeguard the secrecy of the secret keys.

This report has surveyed the academic literature for cryptographic techniques for implementing secure electronic cash systems. Several innovative payment schemes providing user anonymity and payment untraceability have been found. Although no particular payment system has been thoroughly analyzed, the cryptography itself appears to be sound and to deliver the promised anonymity.

These schemes are far less satisfactory, however, from a law enforcement point of view. In particular, the dangers of money laundering and counterfeiting are potentially far more serious than with paper cash. These problems exist in any electronic payment system, but they are made much worse by the presence of anonymity. Indeed, the widespread use of electronic cash would increase the vulnerability of the national financial system to Information Warfare attacks. We discuss measures to manage these risks; these steps, however, would have the effect of limiting the users' anonymity.

This report is organized in the following manner. Chapter 1 defines the basic concepts surrounding electronic payment systems and electronic cash. Chapter 2 provides the reader with a high level cryptographic description of electronic cash protocols in terms of basic authentication mechanisms. Chapter 3 technically describes specific implementations that have been proposed in the academic literature. In Chapter 4, the optional features of transferability and divisibility for off-line electronic cash are presented. Finally, in Chapter 5 the security issues associated with electronic cash are discussed.

The authors of this paper wish to acknowledge the following people for their contribution to this research effort through numerous discussions and review of this paper: Kevin Igoe, John Petro, Steve Neal, and Mel Currie.

CLICK HERE FOR THE REST OF THE REPORT




 
HOUR TWO
Guests Will Pangman

Topics Bitcoin


Hour 2

2014-08-05 Hour 2 Will Pangman (Video Loaded):

2014-08-05 Hour 2 Will Pangman from Ernest Hancock on Vimeo.


Will Pangman (Cont'd)

Here are some examples of Bitcoin Paper Wallets:

1.) Mycelium Entropy (Indiegogo Campaign)
Mycelium Entropy is a small USB device that uses hardware based entropy to generate printable Bitcoin paper wallets.

Mycelium Entropy is a small USB device with a single purpose: Making it easy to create Bitcoin paper wallets in a secure controlled environment.

Paper wallets are created in 3 simple steps:

Insert Mycelium Entropy into a printer that allows you to print pictures from a USB flash drive.
Select the print option on the printer.
There is no step 3.

This way the paper wallet has never touched a computer or a network, and as soon as you eject the device the private key is wiped from memory.

Mycelium Entropy is the easiest and most secure way of creating a paper wallet for offline cold storage.



2.) Piper (webpage now moved to Cryptographi.com)


"Paper wallets are universally regarded as the most secure way to store bitcoin""Piper makes creating paper wallets as easy as pressing a button""If you invest in bitcoin ... it could be a lifesaver."



HOUR THREE
Guests Will Pangman , Will Pangman

Topics Bitcoin


Hour 3

2014-08-05 Hour 3 Will Pangman (Video Loaded):

2014-08-05 Hour 3 Will Pangman from Ernest Hancock on Vimeo.


Will Pangman (Cont'd)

Here is some information on 2 Factor Authentication and Password Key Management:

2 Factor Authentication (from Wiki):

Two-factor authentication provides unambiguous identification of users by means of the combination of two different components. These components may be something that the user knows, something that the user possesses or something that is inseparable from the user. A good example from everyday life is the withdrawing of money from a cash machine. Only the correct combination of a bank card (something that the user possesses) and a PIN (personal identification number, i.e. something that the user knows) allows the transaction to be carried out.

Key management (from Wiki):

Key management is the management of cryptographic keys in a cryptosystem. This includes dealing with the generation, exchange, storage, use, and replacement of keys. It includes cryptographic protocol design, key servers, user procedures, and other relevant protocols.

Key management concerns keys at the user level, either between users or systems. This is in contrast to key scheduling; key scheduling typically refers to the internal handling of key material within the operation of a cipher.

Successful key management is critical to the security of a cryptosystem. In practice it is arguably the most difficult aspect of cryptography because it involves system policy, user training, organizational and departmental interactions, and coordination between all of these elements.

Here is some information on Bitcoin Wallets:

Here are some Bitcoin Wallets (from Bitcoin.Org):

Choose your Bitcoin wallet
warningTake time to educate yourself

Bitcoin is different from what you know and use every day. Before you start using Bitcoin for any serious transaction, be sure to read what you need to know and take appropriate steps to secure your wallet. Always remember that it is your responsibility to choose your wallet carefully and adopt good practices in order to protect your money.


MadBitcoins How to make Secure Paper Bitcoin Wallets (step by step) (MAC version):



MadBitcoins How to make Secure Paper Bitcoin Wallets (step by step) (PC version):

Join us on our
Social Networks

Share this page with your friends
on your favorite social network:

   
Additional related items you might find interesting:
News Link  •  Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock
XRobots - Star Wars EP7 BB-8 droid Prototype PART 1, Ball Balancing Robot
04-19-2015 
Feature Article  •  More about Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock
Paul Puey (Co-Founder AirBitz.co) on the Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock Show
Donna Hancock
Feature Article  •  More about Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock
Gov't is getting Thunderstruck by Bitcoin
Ernest Hancock
Tags: pangman, communications, officer, tapeke, bitcoin, outreach, education, communication, freedoms, pho
      Attorney For Freedom  
 
  Magazine / Newspaper
   Magazine Subscription Info
   Online Magazine List
   Newspaper Subscription Info
   Newspaper Issue List
 
RSS Feeds
   Articles RSS Feed
   Opinions RSS Feed
   Media RSS Feed
   Newsletter RSS Feed
   Smartphone Feed
   Podcast Feed
Radio / TV
   Declare Your Independence
      with Ernest Hancock

Anarchives
   Search by Keyword
   Contents Listed by Subject
   Radio / TV Show Archives
   Newsletter Archives
   News Links
   Feature Articles
   Opinion Columns
   Reference Links

 
Letters to the Editor
   List of Letters
   Write a Letter

 
Join Us
   Subscribe to Magazine
   Membership Sign-Up
   Be a Writer
   Be a Reporter
   Link to Us

 
Marketplace
   Buy Stuff – Sell Stuff

   Store on CafePress.com
More News
   Page Two
   Current News
 
Discussions
   Freedom Forum
 
Advertise
   Intro to Advertising with Us
   Magazine Advertising Rates
   Radio Advertising Rates
   Website Advertising Rates
 
Funding Center
   Support or Promote a Project
About Freedom's Phoenix
   About Us
   Contact Us
   Terms of Use
   Privacy Policy
   Writers List

 
Tutorials – Using This Site
   List of Tutorials
 
Media Resources
   News References
   Blog References
   Government References
 
  FreedomsPhoenix.com
The domain and name of this website are servicemarks of Ernest Hancock.
Website is Copyright © 2016 by Ernest Hancock.  All rights reserved worldwide.
4886 W Port Au Prince Ln, Glendale, AZ 85306 USA.
Website Designed by
USA Web
Advertising

Phoenix, Arizona
 
Time to display page: 0.096 Seconds -- Dynamic Page

Page Views:

free web stats

Stats by StatCounter