On that note, I think we have every possibility to make desktop and mobile 
wallets mind-numbingly simple -- and perhaps even do one better. Is this now a 
community priority? If so, I would really appreciate some additional 
contributors to Hive!



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On Apr 7, 2014, at 9:15 PM, Eric Martindale wrote:

> We need to make it so mind-numbingly simple to "run Bitcoin correctly" that 
> the average user doesn't find reasons to do so in the course of normal use.  
> Right now, Coinbase and Bitstamp are winning in the user experience battle, 
> which technically endanger the user, and by proxy the Bitcoin network.
> Multi-sig as a default is a start.  It won't succeed unless the user 
> experience is simply better than trusted third parties, but we need to start 
> the education process with the very basic fundamental: trusting a third-party 
> with full access to your Bitcoin is just replacing one centralized banking 
> system with another.

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