Community Knowledge Base: Wallets
Inspired by [post](, I've decided to start a new series of threads devoted to different important topics around cryptocurrencies where we can accumulate and share community knowledge, experience and recommendations. Something similar to ***awesome lists*** on github. I see it like this: 1. Each month I will post a thread devoted to a single specific topic for example: wallets, dev tools, media, education sources etc. This post also will be linked in the community's sidebar. 2. Any community member will be able to share his/her recommendation in comments. 3. After a month it all will be repeated with a new topic. **I propose to start with wallets. Hope we as a community will come up with a list of valuable products without spam and self promotion.** So, feel free to share the valuable recommendations in comments with a link to a wallet, short description and your reasoning why it deserves to be here.

One misconfigured node apparently takes the entire Solana network offline
cross-posted from: > > In the latest illustration of our marvelous new decentralized, resilient blockchain future, one single Solana node apparently was able to take down the entire Solana network. Solana outages are nothing new, and tend to end (as this one did) with Solana issuing instructions to the people who run their validators, asking them all to turn them off and on again. > > > > A validator operator reported that "It appears a misconfigured node caused an unrecoverable partition in the network." It's a bit startling that, in a supposedly decentralized network, one single node can bring the entire network offline.

23-year-old Canadian "Crypto King" loses Lambo, tells investors he never spent more than $600,000 on a watch
*When asked why he continued to invest money when he knew he couldn't repay his current investors, Pleterski told the meeting he "was a 20-something-year-old kid."*

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EthereumPoW: "The Original Ethereum Blockchain powered by Proof of Work" (aka "ethw")
...which is planning to launch within 24 hours of "the merge", when Ethereum switches to proof-of-stake, which is currently forecasted to happen at **Sep 15 05:12 2022 UTC** according to

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