Community bounty for BCH withdrawal tool

Some community members have verbally offered a bounty of USD $250 for a procedure that can be used to withdraw Glacier-stored coins from the BCH fork. Contact [email protected] to discuss directly with funders, or to offer more funds for the bounty.

Any bounty-related arrangements are strictly private agreements between the funders and bounty claimers. The Glacier maintainers have no role in ensuring bounty payment or the quality or security of any offered procedures.

Key Features

Self-managed storage

Glacier does not depend on online wallets or any other third parties. Your bitcoins are entirely within your control.

Cold generation and storage

The electronic keys that secure your bitcoins are created and stored entirely offline, making them virtually invulnerable to electronic theft.

Multisignature security

Multiple keys are required to access your bitcoins, greatly reducing the risk of loss due to physical theft or destruction of keys.

Trustworthy

Glacier makes heavy use of well-secured software such as Bitcoin Core, and the Glacier’s own software is limited in scope and open source for public review.

Free of charge

Glacier is an open source project provided at no cost to the Bitcoin community.

Costly

Glacier is intended for security-critical scenarios, not everyday use. The protocol requires several hours and several hundred dollars of equipment to execute.

The team

Glacier is a community-driven open-source project. New contributors are welcome.

Project Leads

Diogo Mónica

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Nathan McCauley

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Security Advisors

Philip Martin

Director of Security, Coinbase

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Glenn Willen

Infrastructure Tech Engineer, Blockstream

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Arthur Breitman

Founder, Tezos

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Paul Bohm

Network Economist

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Original Authors

James Hogan

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Jacob Lyles

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Advisors have not reviewed or endorsed every recommendation of the full Glacier protocol or the GlacierScript software.