Yesterday I made a bitcoin transaction between a Wasabi wallet to my Coldcard skeleton wallet in Wasabi. I created a receive address from the Coldcard skeleton wallet and sent Bitcoin from the Wasabi wallet to it. I inadvertently hit send without creating a psbt file and exchanging the micro SD card between my laptop and the Coldcard. The transaction appears to have gone through as the balance of the bitcoin I sent appears to have moved from the Wasabi wallet to the Coldcard skeleton wallet. I am nervous, however, about whether the bitcoin is truly there. How is it possible that the transaction went through without having signed the file through my coldcard? Sorry if my terminology is imprecise.
28 May 2023
Sloths and slugs protest that Bitcoin congestion is making them look speedy
Sloths and slugs have reacted angrily this week – as the Bitcoin network has become really really slow for the second week running. One angry sloth fumed: ‘The Bitcoin Congestion is damaging our brand. We’re meant to be the slowest thing on earth. But transactions on Bitcoin are making us redundant…’ Particular fury was reserved
28 May 2023
Relief Rally: A Brief Overview
Relief rally learn about it: sudden surges in the stock market after a period of uncertainty or market downturn. Read now!
27 May 2023
Ark Challenges Lightning ⚡, Hong Kong Allows BTC Trading 🇭🇰, Dubai to Build ₿itcoin Tower 🇦🇪
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