roarde

roarde wrote

McAfee came around, mostly. In 2020, he was scoffing at the idea of private ownership of real property, meaning land, and apparently stayed there.

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roarde wrote (edited )

You need the private key.

And there is no logging in. If there's logging in, what you have is a custodial account and not a bitcoin wallet. You don't really own those bitcoin, because you don't really control them. The service you signed up with does.

Websearch: "not your keys, not your coins" . Scroll through the bazillions of results.

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roarde wrote (edited )

The only textmode browser I know of which can handle javascript reasonably is edbrowse. Your post nudged me to go back and have another look at it.

Knowing ed is a must, but if you're familiar with vi, you're a third of the way there already. On startup (edbrowse <URL>), screen is mostly blank.

,p

will print the entire file, all at once, to your terminal. Portions or a given number of lines can be printed instead; haven't learned how yet.

Seeing again what it really does, I'm thinking it's worth the effort to learn. There's an rc-file, so a lot of stuff could be automated.

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