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KeyStash | General
October 25, 2014, 01:58:15 pm



About:
  • KeyStash is a simple to use and highly versatile open source software to manage your and customers Nxt accounts.
    The ease of maintenance and multiplatform support makes it an users's favorite.
    Built in backend allows especially enterprises to build services on it.
    Plugins contributed by the fantastic Nxt community will allow for a broad range of use cases.
Features:
  • Multiplatform support
  • Open source
  • Manage 100 000+ accounts
  • Private phrase encryption
  • Wallet file
  • Wallet encryption
  • Expert private phrase generation
  • Command line
  • Offline signing
  • Coldstorage
  • Custom account addresses
  • QR-Code support
  • Websocket(API)
  • Standalone (no blockchain download required)
  • Plugin support
Upcoming:
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  • Auto installer
  • 2Auth
Information & Documentation:
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Note:
  • All versions with "e" in it will be recommended to use with "test NXT".

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Address: NXT-FUND-3HGT-4RU4-4AQ89
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Re: General
October 25, 2014, 02:14:49 pm

+1

 Very nice :-). Looks much like Keypass. Assume this will work in Linux, Windows and Mac.

 I recommend this to be added to the NRS core instead of being a plugin. I will open a ticket :-)

https://bitbucket.org/JeanLucPicard/nxt/issue/147/add-keystash-to-nrs-core


crimi,

 Possible to add a label to each NXT address. So instead of showing the NXT address, we could show the label (i.e. 'SEXY').  What do others think?


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Re: General
October 25, 2014, 03:01:18 pm

Possible to add a label to each NXT address. So instead of showing the NXT address, we could show the label (i.e. 'SEXY').  What do others think?

Im confused what you mean. SEXY are letters included in the NXT address and the label is already there.
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Re: General
October 25, 2014, 03:08:54 pm

So it already works? I mean, the last image on your original post, will it show a label if defined?
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Re: General
October 25, 2014, 03:21:13 pm

So it already works? I mean, the last image on your original post, will it show a label if defined?

Now i know what you mean, yeah thats indeed possible and if there is no label defined its just empty, else you would have everywhere "No Label" in it.
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Re: KeyStash | General
October 25, 2014, 05:53:16 pm

great
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Re: KeyStash | General
October 25, 2014, 06:03:31 pm

Very nice!

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Re: KeyStash | General
October 25, 2014, 06:16:38 pm

looks awesome!!

My recommendation is to keep the UI as simple as possible, this is the key to success.
The advanced options should be hidden by default and appear after pressing or checking some button.



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Re: KeyStash | General
October 25, 2014, 06:55:13 pm

looks awesome!!

My recommendation is to keep the UI as simple as possible, this is the key to success.
The advanced options should be hidden by default and appear after pressing or checking some button.

This is the default window if you have not encrypted the whole wallet, than you will be asked for a master key. Cant be more simple. ^^
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Re: KeyStash | General
October 27, 2014, 11:04:46 am

Looks great.
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Re: KeyStash | General
November 03, 2014, 07:48:18 pm

How much for the SEXY RS address? :P
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Re: KeyStash | General
December 21, 2014, 02:46:41 am

Wow, amazing job!
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Re: KeyStash | General
January 09, 2015, 03:49:30 pm

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Auto installer
Soon?

Dummies should really have access to this great piece of work.  :)

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Re: KeyStash | General
January 09, 2015, 07:36:27 pm

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Auto installer
Soon?

Dummies should really have access to this great piece of work.  :)

Getting closer to a stable release version, working on some usability stuff right now like QR codes etc... Highly possible that 0.5.0 branch will be the auto installer release. Also want to seperate in two versions(keystash-gui & keystashd). Than i also have to get something like a wiki ready and of course keystash.org.
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Re: KeyStash | General
January 13, 2015, 11:19:05 pm

keystash core v0.4.1e includes more user friendly stuff.

The client is now separated in keystash(GUI) and keystashd (Command line(headless systems)).
There is also a welcome page and address QR codes are implemented.
If you dont trust the RNG you can add also some of your own chars to the private phrase.
Status icons in the right corner gives you faster oversight.

Version 0.5.0 will be the first stable release for real Nxt and includes the autoinstaller.

For the  v0.4.*e i need platform testers... win 7,8, ubuntu etc would be good. Small tips(if you are using Nxt tips service) will be offered if you encounter any bugs.



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Re: KeyStash | General
January 14, 2015, 02:58:16 am

I apologise from the beginning if I write or ask something obvious or stupid (hopefully not obviously stupid), but if installed in a device not connected to the Internet may work as an offline signature system?

Is there a way (qr code? bluetooth?) to send the signed transaction to an online machine to be broadcasted?

Or that maybe can be a separate implementation done using the command line version...
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Re: KeyStash | General
January 14, 2015, 02:03:59 pm

I apologise from the beginning if I write or ask something obvious or stupid (hopefully not obviously stupid), but if installed in a device not connected to the Internet may work as an offline signature system?

Is there a way (qr code? bluetooth?) to send the signed transaction to an online machine to be broadcasted?

Or that maybe can be a separate implementation done using the command line version...

Happy you asked.

You could sign a transaction via keystash gui or command line on a raspberry pi or notebook without internet connection for example.

Output file is for example: 2014.12.19_10.40.00_PM_MEZ_recipient_NXT-FUND-3HGT-4RU4-4AQ89_amount_5.tx
Code: [Select]
0010f0b00202f401860f06d7be23366eb2926356f2d1e849fa5942f4ebac1cf36602a68fdff4f4678bea96dd0bc89a230065cd1d0000000000e1f505000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000a91a5a605f161ffaa06187353ea018ce35f7fac2725f997e839b07ad2c11e60733b9aef821cb108496b2a2290fef89de274cb4ad42a9b9fcb849e9ff70fceb0a00000000d15602009fb7e79ca22d4dde
You can broadcast and read the transaction bytes for example with official NRS.


The advantage a trezor has is that you have some fancy push button method with a nice and shiny device that is doing offline signing(private key is not leaving the device).
With keystash it is up to you how you transfer the signed data .tx file to a system with internet connection also what devices you prefere to use.
Anyway Nxt has no market for a trezor(you probably could sell 100 to the community) and bitcoin it looks like a trezor will be more worth than 1 bitcoin  :D
I would say keystash is a mix between keepass, armory, trezor and a classic wallet.

You can try the keytash signing process with test Nxt or a little amount real Nxt its fun :)
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Re: KeyStash | General
January 14, 2015, 04:20:57 pm

The advantage a trezor has is that you have some fancy push button method with a nice and shiny device that is doing offline signing(private key is not leaving the device).
With keystash it is up to you how you transfer the signed data .tx file to a system with internet connection also what devices you prefere to use.
Anyway Nxt has no market for a trezor(you probably could sell 100 to the community) and bitcoin it looks like a trezor will be more worth than 1 bitcoin  :D
I would say keystash is a mix between keepass, armory, trezor and a classic wallet.

You can try the keytash signing process with test Nxt or a little amount real Nxt its fun :)
I think it was a reply to my post... How do you think is KeyStash suitable to work with Trezor?

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Re: KeyStash | General
January 14, 2015, 07:33:32 pm

The advantage a trezor has is that you have some fancy push button method with a nice and shiny device that is doing offline signing(private key is not leaving the device).
With keystash it is up to you how you transfer the signed data .tx file to a system with internet connection also what devices you prefere to use.
Anyway Nxt has no market for a trezor(you probably could sell 100 to the community) and bitcoin it looks like a trezor will be more worth than 1 bitcoin  :D
I would say keystash is a mix between keepass, armory, trezor and a classic wallet.

You can try the keytash signing process with test Nxt or a little amount real Nxt its fun :)
I think it was a reply to my post... How do you think is KeyStash suitable to work with Trezor?

Out of the box not suitable. The task you are looking at is like porting bitcoin electrum for Nxt.
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Re: KeyStash | General
January 14, 2015, 08:03:23 pm

Out of the box not suitable. The task you are looking at is like porting bitcoin electrum for Nxt.
Yes I know that out of the box it is not suitable. But overall the architecture looks close to the desired: you have redesigned the NXT wallet to remove passphrase and have a signing daemon. If the daemon would bridge to the Trezor the task will be solved.
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