Ninkip2p: First ever PGP Bitcoin Wallet

Ninkip2p: First ever PGP Bitcoin Wallet

When I first heard of Ninkip2p, I was ecstatic. Finally, we have a PGP wallet we can use to keep our Bitcoin transactions even more secure? They also packaged it into a very clean and attractive interface, even allowing newcomers to be able to use this wallet efficiently. Below is a video that demonstrates the interface and usage of the wallet. We plan on bringing peer to peer financial services to Bitcoin and so we were looking for a way to connect people together to transact without having to trust us with their funds.

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The average user should pick up Bitcoin: To experience the future of money. To gain a glimpse into an exciting technology. To learn about how money could be in the future and also become aware of how limited money and banks are today.

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