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Create Your Own Secure Bitcoin Wallet With @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi

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Make your own Cold Pi and store your Bitcoin in a secure take it with you device. via ColdPi.com

Load Cold Pi’s image on your Raspberry Pi
The image includes Raspbian OS, Bitcoin Armory Client and Bitaddress.org source code

Although not implemented by default, we recommend you to run ‘update-rc.d -f remove networking’ to avoid accidentally connecting your Raspberry Pi to the internet

Important! Please keep your Raspberry Pi offline if you are going to use it for cold storage

Steps:

Download and install Win32diskimager
Download and extract the Cold Pi image file
Run Win32diskimager
Insert your SDHC card (8GB+, Class4+)
Navigate to your image file via Win32diskimager and click the ‘write’ button.
That’s it! the default credentials for the Cold Pi image are:
Username: pi
Password: c90fColdpi

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