Ledger Nano S & Mooltipass giveaway

#1

Hello. This post discusses how you can get a Ledger Nano S. I just want to say that the offer is legitimate and I really hope you find the story to be interesting. I’m hoping to make new friends by “trading” these Nanos for some non-tangible social interaction.

Normally you should always distrust giveaways because scammers are evil. In this case I’m more than happy to help answer your questions such that you feel comfortable receiving a Nano from me. When in doubt flash new firmware to the device that you download directly from Ledger.

No one has expressed interest but I’d really like to start putting these in the mail sometime soon.

#2

As much as I would love to get one of these I don’t know quite what I have to offer to be honest - but putting aside the trade I am a relatively new web developer looking to get into crypto and some dapp development as I find time, I am always more than happy to talk about all this new tech with people who are into it all too! So I’m happy to listen to you and hopefully as I learn more I’ll have things to contribute to the conversation too :slight_smile:

#3

I couldn’t give these things away even if I begged people to take them. Of course you can have one. If you could connect to me via linkedin, twitter that would be best. but judging by your website:
https://raziel.space/

You don’t have one of these

#4

Oh I have LinkedIn, need to add that to my site in the next rework

#5

And thank you so much!

#6

Great idea @joshuadavis31. I already own a Ledger Nano S but I am friends with the founder of Arbol (https://www.arbolmarket.com/) who are working on a platform for blockchain based crop insurance. Take a look at their site; if it would be interesting for you I can introduce you.

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#7

Also if you still have any ledgers to give away I could link to the post in my article on Cypto Opsec (https://medium.com/altcoin-magazine/crypto-opsec-safely-storing-your-crypto-ee6d167966b3) - let me know. Its a great incentive to get people focused on security. The Mooltipass is an interesting idea for storing passwords, maybe ones that you use regularly; seems more secure to have a hardware based solution than a software based one but could be a real issue if you lose it - is there a backup seed like with the Ledger?

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#8

I looked at their site. Why don’t they allow people to pay premiums in stablecoins?

As you can see this is a big deal for me:

  1. The Case for Stablecoins 1 — Cryptocurrency price does not equate to cryptocurrency’s value
  2. The Case for Stablecoins 2 — Two case studies demonstrating how to innovate in fintech
  3. The Case for Stablecoins 3 — Examining TandaPay’s architecture to see a specific example where stablecoins change the user experience
#9

Yes, see the mooltipass video here:
https://www.themooltipass.com/

basically you can create backup cards and its the cards which contain all of your credentials.

I’d be glad to have you post the link on your blog.