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Offline toork

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[ANN] LTC-Wallet.com - Secure online Litecoin wallet
« on: April 13, 2013, 12:36:07 PM »
Announcing the new secure Litecoin wallet service

ltc-wallet.com

This is a complete rewrite of the original LTC instawallet project developed by g2x3k & someguy123
Original thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=55025

We do not collect or share your personal information such as name, email, IP address or user agent string.
If you value your privacy, use Tor.


Our wallet features:
  • INSTANT sign-up, no information required at all. Simply enter a PIN for your wallet and hit "Register" and you have yourself a litecoin address, ready to send or receive litecoins
  • SECURE website - we use a 256 bit SSL certificate to guarantee you peace of mind.
  • SECURE authentication - you get a strong 20 character key code as your "username", and you pick yourself a PIN up to 64 chars length.
  • SPEED - deposits and withdrawals are processed in automatic mode, balance changes are reflected right away.
  • EARN INTEREST - invest LTC and earn up to 12% interest on your deposited coins.

It is now possible to earn up to 12% interest on your deposited coins.
Please check your wallet page for more info.


As of June 26th the terms would be:
15 days @ 1%
30 days @ 3%
60 days @ 7%
90 days @ 12%


TODO:
  • A wallet that's encrypted server-side and decrypted client-side like the BTC wallets that blockchain.info offers.
  • implement a timed/delayed send feature. The wallet would send a certain amount of coins or all coins to a predetermined address at a set time or after a specific time frame has elapsed.
« Last Edit: June 23, 2013, 02:35:30 PM by toork »
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Re: LTC-Wallet.com - server-side Litecoin wallet
« Reply #1 on: April 15, 2013, 12:40:16 PM »
YES to Crypro-anonymity! No Fees, No Limits, Instantaneous web wallet. That is what you want to see. Im already signing up. Its an https:// for security. A website able to remember, ltc-wallet. Be sure to hang on to this one folks. bookmarked ;D I like what i see one here from litecoin forum noobs lately. toork, tell us more about yourself and this project. is anyone else helping you? what if something were to happen to you?

"Registered through: GoDaddy.com, LLC (http://www.godaddy.com)
Domain Name: LTC-WALLET.COM
Created on: 10-Apr-13
Expires on: 10-Apr-14 "   Who will pay for it not to expire? I am up for the open source but maintenance needs compensation. i hope enough people donate to
    keep the site alive. It could be used Caucasus coins. 

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Re: LTC-Wallet.com - server-side Litecoin wallet
« Reply #2 on: April 15, 2013, 02:32:08 PM »
If someone was unable to create a wallet yesterday, please try again now, there was a tiny PHP bug.
As it was already said, the project is under development, we are working full time on it.

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toork, tell us more about yourself and this project. is anyone else helping you?
The idea was to create an easy to use anonymous LTC wallet service which is both secure and up to date. I was amazed that there's literary no service which meets these two requirements.

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Who will pay for it not to expire? I am up for the open source but maintenance needs compensation. i hope enough people donate to  keep the site alive
The domain was registered just a few days ago, it's not going to expire any time soon ;) and of course it will be renewed later.
« Last Edit: June 26, 2013, 04:47:19 AM by toork »
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Re: LTC-Wallet.com - server-side Litecoin wallet
« Reply #3 on: April 15, 2013, 07:30:56 PM »
i can't access it! stuck on loading

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Re: LTC-Wallet.com - server-side Litecoin wallet
« Reply #4 on: April 16, 2013, 02:50:34 AM »
Do you mean that the website template is not loaded completely or that the page is blank?

Please try again, I don't see any problem with the website.
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Re: LTC-Wallet.com - server-side Litecoin wallet
« Reply #5 on: April 16, 2013, 03:08:19 AM »
It was up, the next click it showed down. I can't seem to get to it.

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Re: [ANN] LTC-Wallet.com - online Litecoin wallet
« Reply #6 on: April 16, 2013, 02:25:43 PM »
Here's why the website doesnt work for some users. You must use https scheme!
I will have a redirect setup from HTTP to HTTPS to make it simpler.

As of right now please use this link https://ltc-wallet.com
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Re: [ANN] LTC-Wallet.com - Secure online Litecoin wallet
« Reply #7 on: April 21, 2013, 02:32:43 PM »
The PIN codes are now encrypted with Bcrypt algorithm which is very hard to bruteforce.
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Re: [ANN] LTC-Wallet.com - Secure online Litecoin wallet
« Reply #8 on: April 25, 2013, 08:00:21 PM »
The transactions list is restyled, added more info including transaction IDs and fee amount (waived for now).
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Re: [ANN] LTC-Wallet.com - Secure online Litecoin wallet
« Reply #9 on: April 25, 2013, 08:27:01 PM »
This is a complete rewrite of the original LTC instawallet project developed by g2x3k & someguy123 which seems to be dead and unsupported.
Not dead or "unsupported", just there haven't really been feature requests. Also I love how you just blatantly stole most of the feature list from my original post at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=55025.msg655304#msg655304  ???
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Re: [ANN] LTC-Wallet.com - Secure online Litecoin wallet
« Reply #10 on: April 26, 2013, 01:32:47 PM »
@Someguy123
First of all, thanks for the nice project.
I can rewrite the feature list if it bothers you, both projects share similar core features after all.
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Re: [ANN] LTC-Wallet.com - Secure online Litecoin wallet
« Reply #11 on: April 27, 2013, 12:11:44 PM »
This is a complete rewrite of the original LTC instawallet project developed by g2x3k & someguy123 which seems to be dead and unsupported.
Not dead or "unsupported", just there haven't really been feature requests. Also I love how you just blatantly stole most of the feature list from my original post at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=55025.msg655304#msg655304  ???

Just a couple things (my 2cents if you will).  It's generally not a good idea to call a project/service dead or unsupported when the code is still live and without talking to the last-known operators first.  Heh as far as the bit of copy/pasting done from the BCT post, that's a bit moot to me but I get it.  I assume the original code was forked from the github g2x3k/litecoin-instawallet-simple blob/master branch and to your credit toork, it looks like you have done quite a bit of modification indeed (I don't see any license associated with the original code and attribution is given on the ltc-wallet site... although you might want to say something like "based on code originally created by someguy123 & g2x3k"; the only reason I say that is because a small mob came after me due to my name being, unknown to me, associated with a project in which someone used my fortified oauth code and then apparently decided to skip town with his user's money after a year of service  :o).

I know this is not the place to pick apart the pros and cons of online wallets (I think we all basically know what they are at this point anyway), however after being recently burned by Blockchain.info (none of money was stolen, however even with having 2auth login via Google and having a separate password for withdraws, it's likely from the user logs that my encrypted wallet was scraped, and their encryption is not the greatest when it comes down to the wallet itself), I don't think I feel comfortable storing any cryptocurrencies online.  Also while Blockchain reactively responded by disabling the means to download an encrypted wallet by simply knowing the username/alias of a user, the damage is done and a bit of work is left for me to do as any previous address can no longer be considered reasonably secure (they have also added the option to disable even showing the login page to your account if it's being accessed via a known TOR exit gateway; the three IPs that were noted in my log that I knew weren't mind all lead back to TOR, so I assume this was a common method used across multiple breaches).

Best of luck though toork, and even though I shouldn't be making feature requests as a non-user, you might want to enable users to turn on logging of access events, as with the Blockchain case, at least I knew that someone could have had access and the ability to download my (weakly encrypted) wallet.  Also don't make the same mistake they did.  As much as it sucks to completely lose a stash of coins (something which I've seen many new users do unknowingly desktop-side), it's not a good idea to flood the user with recovery options.  Maybe a backup to a secure service that is common and has a secure API like Dropbox or GDrive, but you are asking for trouble the more methods you provide.

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Re: [ANN] LTC-Wallet.com - Secure online Litecoin wallet
« Reply #12 on: April 28, 2013, 05:25:44 PM »
What if I only know my PIN and not my Wallet Key? Can I still log on? Or do I have to create a new account?
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« Reply #13 on: April 28, 2013, 06:22:58 PM »
What if I only know my PIN and not my Wallet Key? Can I still log on? Or do I have to create a new account?
You can't log in if you don't know your key. It's like a username/password combination, if you forget one you can't log in.

Look at your browser history, the wallet key should be recorded there. Are there any coins on your account? If no, then you can simply create a new wallet. If there are, PM me.
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Re: [ANN] LTC-Wallet.com - Secure online Litecoin wallet
« Reply #14 on: April 29, 2013, 03:59:21 AM »
BTW toork, I don't know how my post came off, but I just wanted to make it clear that I'm highly supportive of this project and what you have done (and it's just completely unrelated that Blockchain has made me more paranoid in general).  You already seem to be doing some smart stuff with security.  I've come across a lot of people who think bcrypt is just an implementation of Blowfish, as while that's used as a base, the addition of salting and iteration count/rounds makes it rock solid now and for the future.

I actually had an argument last week with someone who said bcrypt was too slow/hardware intensive (I don't know if they had used an insanely high rekeying round or just didn't know what they were talking about) and actually went so far as to say that he has used unsalted MD5 hashes for years without issue (when I asked him if these sites were public he said yes, but then refused to tell me their addresses; lol too bad as I'm sure I could have found some known exploit and easily decrypted 80%+ of the passwords and then sent him a PGP encrypted Pastebin list).  I'm a bit swamped at the moment, however I have a solid understanding of Bitcoin/Litecoin and more years of PHP and design experience than I wish to say out loud (we can leave it at over a decade  :-X) if you ever would like assistance with a new feature or something (just FYI, I never request money/coins/etc, however after a project has been completed, I am open to donations as a thanks... lol last year someone sent me 1337 Bitcoins instead of 13.37 for helping come up with a Bootstrap design that actually looked good and not just the default Bootstrap you see everywhere... I wish I had kept the voicemail, he left... rather voicemails, lol about 20 within a 2h period, all very frantic/paranoid/etc and yes I did send back 1324 Bitcoins  :P).