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What's the best way to keep my bitcoins safe: a paper or hardware wallet?

I’m going to answer this not just for you but for others that may have a similar question.You can actually use one or more ways to store your cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other alt-coins. Each method carries its own risks, some much more than others:Online walletExchangeOffline: PC, Removable media, or hard drivePaperSpecialty hardwareIf you need the low down on the pros of cons of each, I suggest reading this guide on storage of cryptocurrency.We are still a while away from a one quick and convenient storage solution that provides all round security. That means neither paper nor hardware should be your only reliable source of storage.Paper wallet:A paper wallet is a basically a sheet of paper which contains the printed version of your cryptocurrency private and public keys. There are multiple options with paper wallets also. You can also get them as gift cards or bank cards- which allow someone to transact with the funds only once.To use the currency you only need to input the private (withdraw) or public key (to deposit) that is printed on the paper.Paper wallets can easy be created using online and downloadable software. However security, once again, can be hard to determine for third party software.Securing your paper wallet will be like securing physical cash in fiat currency. You’d keep it somewhere secure, where it is less likely to fall into the wrong hands. However keep in mind also that a person only needs to take down the private key (as with a credit card number) to be able to transact with the coins.Pro:One of the most secure optionsEasy to storeCons:Highly inconvenient, especially if using the funds for regular exchange or transactionsHave to protect from damage, theft and prying eyesReliance on third parties to convert to printable codeRequires bit of technical knowledge without using online softwareHardware walletsWith growth in blockchain technology as well as in the altcoin markets, comes innovative solutions. Hardware storage devices (hardware wallet) specific for cryptocurrencies is one of these solutions.There are multiple hardware options these days. So it’s just a matter of find one that is compatible with your coins, has sound security measure, and a decent application that offers convenience.Pros:one of the most secure optionsmore convenient that removable storage device or paperoffers built in encryptionCons:Maybe expensiveCan be limited in options based on your location (may not be available where you are)Further backups maybe required as redundancy optionsAchieving the highest level of security is time consuming. It can even seem daunting especially if you only have a small amount to be looking after.Finally, here’s a good, safe, and fairly reliable process I follow to store Bitcoin or any other cryptocurrency. Making sure I not only store it securely but back it up in case of contingencies.

What is the process for application for fresh passport in India?

Down load the free printable on line application form and fill it up without any spelling mistake. Get ready the required identity and supporting documents in original. Pay the required fees on line by credit/debit card. A form with appointment date will emerge, down load and take a print out and go to the nearest regional passport office the day of appointment in time. After verification of your application within a week or two a police inquiry will take place at your registered residential address . If everything is clear your passport will be delivered to your address by registered post. It might take 4 weeks from the date of filing your application.

What is the current state of research at MIT Media Lab?

PubPub: A new platform for academic and scholarly publishingPubPub is a platform that enables the exploration of three core experiments: 1) author-driven publishing, 2) distributed and dynamic peer review, and 3) grassroots journals that serve as tools for curation. Through these three experiments, we seek to uncover new paths and opportunities for collaborative publishing. more ›Person/Organization:Andrew LippmanThariq ShihiparTravis RichResearch Group/Program:Viral CommunicationsProject:PubPubReality EditorReality Editor is a new kind of tool to empower users to connect and manipulate the functionality of physical objects. Just point the camera of your smartphone at an object and its invisible capabilities will become visible for you to edit. Drag a virtual line from one object to another and create a new relationship between these objects. With this simplicity, you are able to master the entire scope of connected objects.Press about Reality Editor: more ›Person/Organization:Valentin HeunResearch Group/Program:Fluid InterfacesProject:Reality Editor: Programming Smarter ObjectsA Camera That Can See Through WallsCamera Culture Research Group's Time-of-Flight Microwave CameraModern cameras cannot see through fog, in the dark, or through walls, making the development of driverless vehicles or better search and rescue equipment difficult. Where visible light fails, radio waves can easily penetrate these obstructions; but, radar imaging devices are complex, low resolution, and unable to image certain geometries and angled surfaces. To address this, the Media Lab’s Camera Culture group has taken a camera-like approach to microwave imaging, resulting in a simpler camera architecture that can capture fuller 3D images through walls. more ›This new camera can inspect the contents of a box from outside of it; it resolves the contents by capturing 3D microwave images.Person/Organization:Ramesh RaskarResearch Group/Program:Camera CultureProject:Time-of-Flight Microwave CameraUnbounded High Dynamic Range Photography Using a Modulo CameraCamera Culture group research may be the beginning of the end for over-saturated imagesTrying to take pictures in the dark or through a window is difficult for professional photographers and everyday people alike. A group of researchers at MIT have proposed a camera that can take a perfect picture, no matter what the lighting contrast is. Called a “modulo camera,” this camera is designed to never overexpose an image, enabling high dynamic range photography. This achievement was awarded the best paper runner-up at the 2015 International Conference on Computational Photography. more ›Research Group/Program:Camera CultureProject:Unbounded High Dynamic Range Photography Using a Modulo CameraNew Faculty PublicationWhy Information Grows:The Evolution of Order, From Atoms to EconomiesCesar HidalgoAn interdisciplinary theorist, Cesar Hidalgo, the Macro Connections group leader at the MIT Media Lab, invites us to understand the economy in an entirely different way. Person/Organization:Cesar A. HidalgoResearch Group/Program:Macro ConnectionsSource:Kirkus Reviewsview siteThe Media Lab Digital Currency InitiativeThe goal of the Media Lab Digital Currency initiative is to bring together global experts in areas ranging from cryptography, to economics, to privacy, to distributed systems, to take on this important new area of research. The effort will reach across the MIT campus, and we look forward to including collaborations with leading experts around the world. Heading the initiative is Brian Forde, former senior White House ​advisor for ​mobile and ​data ​innovation. Person/Organization:Brian FordeFOLDFOLD is an authoring and publishing platform for creating modular, multimedia stories. Authors can search for and add “context cards” to their stories directly within the platform. Context cards can contain everything from videos, maps, tweets, music, interactive visualizations, and more. FOLD was created by Alexis Hope from the Civic Media group and Kevin Hu from the Macro Connections group, in collaboration with developer Joe Goldbeck.Press about FOLD: more ›Kevin Zeng HuResearch Group/Program:Center for Civic MediaMacro ConnectionsProject:FOLDNailONailO is a wearable input device in the form of a fingernail art sticker. It works as a miniaturized trackpad that can connect to your mobile devices; it also enables wearers to customize the device to fit the wearer’s personal style. NailO was created by Cindy Hsin-Liu Kao of the Living Mobile group and Artem Dementyev of the Responsive Environments group.Press about NailO:NailO turns your fingernail into a tiny trackpad (CNET) Person/Organization:Artem DementyevCindy Hsin-Liu KaoResearch Group/Program:Living MobileResponsive EnvironmentsProject:NailOUnique in the Shopping Mall: On the reidentifiability of credit card metadataIn a new study published in Science, a group of researchers from the Human Dynamics group led by student Yves-Alexandre de Montjoye, found that "anonymized" credit card users could be reidentified with just a few pieces of information. The researchers analyzed transactions made by 1.1 million people in 10,000 stores over three months. Although the information had been “anonymized” by removing names and account numbers, each purchase made by the same credit card was tagged with the same random identification number. more ›Person/Organization:Yves-Alexandre de MontjoyeResearch Group/Program:Human DynamicsExpansion MicroscopyNew technique enables nanoscale-resolution microscopy of large biological specimensIn a new study published in Science, researchers from Ed Boyden's Synthetic Neurobiology group detail a new technique that allows them to use a polymer commonly found in diapers to physically enlarge brain tissue samples, enabling them to get high-resolution images of cellular activities. Learn more about how expansion microscopy works in this video, and explore the research and process in-depth at Person/Organization:Edward BoydenResearch Group/Program:Synthetic NeurobiologyProject:Tools for Mapping the Molecular Structure of the BrainWhite House Event to Feature Neurotechnology Architecting Network Leaders from MITSelf-organizing network of innovators commits to developing a dozen new neurotechnologiesOn September 30, 2014, the White House is hosting a BRAIN Initiative Conference to highlight commitments, investments, and progress by the Federal government, private sector companies, universities, and non-profit organizations to develop technologies to radically accelerate our understanding of the brain. Person/Organization:Edward BoydenResearch Group/Program:Synthetic NeurobiologyBioGlass and SenseGlassUsing Google Glass to Track Health and Emotional WellbeingBioGlass:What if you could see what calms you down or increases your stress as you go through your day? What if you could see clearly what is causing these changes for your child or another loved one? People could become better at accurately interpreting and communicating their feelings, and better at understanding the needs of those they love. This work explores the possibility of using sensors embedded in Google Glass, a head-mounted wearable device, to robustly measure physiological signals of the wearer.Person/Organization:Javier Hernandez RiveraRosalind W. PicardResearch Group/Program:Affective ComputingComments of Members of the MIT Media Lab in the Matter of FCC NPRM 14-28 “In the Matter of Promoting the Open Internet”Comments of members of the MIT Media Lab in the matter of FCC NPRM 14-28 “In the Matter of Promoting the Open Internet”Andrew Lippman, Associate Director, MIT Media Lab; Sr. Research Scientistwith contributions and research fromEdward L. Platt, MIT Media LabJon Ferguson, MIT Media LabScott Greenwald, MIT Media LabSummaryPerson/Organization:Andrew LippmanScott GreenwaldHugh Herr at TED 2014: Defeating Disability with BionicsHugh Herr, head of the Lab's Biomechatronics research group, spoke at TED 2014 on March 19 about his group's work in creating bionic prosthetic limbs, and their goal to eliminate human disability through technology. To conclude his talk, he spoke about working with Boston Marathon bombing survivor Adrianne Haslet-Davis, a professional ballroom dancer who lost part of her leg in the attack. The group has spent the past 200 days developing a new prosthetic limb for Adrianne that would allow her to dance again.Person/Organization:Bevin LinHugh HerrResearch Group/Program:BiomechatronicsDeath and the Powers at The Dallas OperaThe Dallas Opera presents a new production of Tod Machover's Death and the Powers, February 12-16. The matinee performance on 2/16 will be simulcast to ten locations across the United States and Europe, including New York, San Francisco, London, and the Media Lab. In addition to viewing the live, hi-def broadcast of the production, the Powers Live mobile application, developed in the Opera of the Future group, allows viewers to virtually experience video, audio, and graphical content sync with the performance. By interacting with the app, viewers can also influence the live show in Dallas. Person/Organization:Tod MachoverResearch Group/Program:Opera of the FutureProject:Death and the Powers: Global Interactive SimulcastinFORM: An Interactive Dynamic Shape Display that Physically Renders 3D ContentDaniel Leithinger, Sean Follmer, Alex Olwal, Akimitsu Hogge, Hiroshi Ishii Research Group/Program:Tangible MediaProject:inFORMRepertoire Remix: Q&A with Tod Machover and Tae KimTod Machover and members of his group answered questions submitted during the Repertoire Remix event, and here they answer a few more for which they didn’t have time during the broadcast.Question: Amazing! I am just missing Scarlatti...any chance? :-) more ›Person/Organization:Tod MachoverResearch Group/Program:Opera of the FutureProject:City Symphonies: Massive Musical CollaborationMirrorFugueGrad student Xiao Xiao (Tangible Media) recently presented a talk about interactive music, featuring a performance on her project MirrorFugue, at both TEDxBoston and the Aspen Ideas Festival.View her performance at TEDxBostonView her performance at Aspen Ideas FestivalPerson/Organization:Xiao XiaoResearch Group/Program:Tangible MediaTuning Social Networks to Gain the Wisdom of the CrowdAs we engage more with social networking sites, there is always the danger of a “group think” mentality–when people follow a group consensus rather than critically evaluate information; make decisions without guidance from the social network; or follow “gurus” who provide them with bad information. So how do we avoid these errors and maximize the “wisdom of the crowd”?Person/Organization:Alex 'Sandy' PentlandYaniv AltshulerResearch Group/Program:Human DynamicsSlam Force Net Makes Its DebutThe Slam Dunk competition at the NBA All Star game (Feb. 25 at 8pm Eastern on TNT) will feature the Media Lab's Slam Force basketball net, which measures the energy of a dunk.Courtesy of Turner SportsPerson/Organization:Daniel NovyV. Michael Bove Jr.Research Group/Program:Object-Based MediaProject:Slam Force Netview siteCommercial Version of the MIT Media Lab CityCar Unveiled in BrusselsA full-scale version of the stackable, electric CityCar, created by researchers at the MIT Media Lab and commercialized by a consortium of automotive suppliers in the Basque region of Spain, was unveiled at the European Union Commission headquarters on January 24, 2012.Trillion-Frame-per-Second VideoBy using optical equipment in a totally unexpected way, MIT researchers have created an imaging system that makes light look slow.MIT researchers have created a new imaging system that can acquire visual data at a rate of one trillion exposures per second. That’s fast enough to produce a slow-motion video of a burst of light traveling the length of a one-liter bottle, bouncing off the cap and reflecting back to the bottle’s bottom.Media Lab postdoc Andreas Velten, one of the system’s developers, calls it the “ultimate” in slow motion: “There’s nothing in the universe that looks fast to this camera,” he says. more ›Andreas Velten (L) and Ramesh Raskar with the experimental setup used to produce slow-motion video of light scattering through a bottle.Ramesh RaskarResearch Group/Program:Camera CultureProject:Trillion Frames Per Second CameraBy:Larry HardestySource:MIT News OfficeMinecraft.Print(): Making the Virtual RealMinecraft is a video game focused on creativity and building. Players build constructions out of textured cubes in a 3D world–everything from a hut, to a train station, to a fully functional computer. Why can't we take those virtual creations, and bring them into the real world? Minecraft.Print() is our attempt to do so by creating a bridge between Minecraft and the real world, via 3D printers. A Minecraft player defines a 3D space to be printed, after which the software extracts the object, structure, or other creation from the virtual space and creates 3D-printable version.Research Group/Program:Human Dynamics

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