So logging into the web wallet uses a keystore file. You unlock it with a password--but I've added an extra level of security, personally. I encrypt the keystore file itself again, and only unlock it when I'm going to use the web wallet. Even though there's already a password attached to the file, I like the double encryption for personal safety. I know this doesn't prevent anything if my network is insecure, but just in case there's a trojan on my device, I'd like to think it improves the security (though as soon as I unlock it, it probably makes it just as vulnerable). My question is if this change anything? Does anyone know if I'm actually improving the security of my keystore?
Posts made by KenNinja
Encryption of Keystore file
Tip on collecting rewards cumulative/compound interest
Little tip: If you have earned rewards for voting on a node--make sure you log into your wallet every once in a while. Transactions don't come through until you do, and if you want to take full advantage of the potential cumulative interest given to you, you'll want to log in as often as possible. Extra bonus: while you do so, you should also poke around and try to break something for the bug bounty :).
RE: Full Node Reward Guessing Competition (has now ended)
I'm Ken, and while technically not staff, I do admin, so maybe I'm disqualified :). I found VITE through Loopring when it was released on Loopr DEX. I estimate the full payout will be 93.134