BitBox02

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Open source hardware wallet, supporting secure multisig with the option for making encrypted backups on a MicroSD card.

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BitBox02 Source Code

Author

BitBoxSwiss

Description

The BitBoxApp for desktop and mobile.

#bech32#bitcoin#hardware-wallet#litecoin#segwit#wallet

Homepage

https://bitbox.swiss/app

License

Apache-2.0

Created

02 Aug 18

Last Updated

16 May 24

Latest version

v4.42.0

Primary Language

Go

Size

338,100 KB

Stars

245

Forks

80

Watchers

245

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Star History

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Recent Commits

  • beerosagos (16 May 24)

    Merge branch 'tx-serialize-test'

  • beerosagos (29 Apr 24)

    backend/transactions: add test for tx serialization Recent btcd updates changed the way hashes are serialized. We proposed a fix (see https://github.com/btcsuite/btcd/pull/2025) to restore backward compatibility. This commit adds a specific test case to ensure that the newer and the legacy serialization methods work.

  • thisconnect (16 May 24)

    Merge branch 'ci-with-bitboxswiss'

  • thisconnect (15 May 24)

    ci: fix ci after org move to bitboxswiss The GitHub org changed to github.com/BitBoxSwiss - update ghcr url to use bitboxswiss, using lowercase bitboxswiss for ghcr - backend: change all imports to bitboxswiss - update appveyor yaml to use new org bitboxswiss vendor: bitbox02-api-go go get github.com/BitBoxSwiss/bitbox02-api-go@b22740e514bcce2d01c92588d5890e9af8e4fbcb go mod tidy go mod vendor vendor: block-client-go go get github.com/BitBoxSwiss/block-client-go@0d604acd65198ec3d3768d4691f95243aff71eab go mod tidy go mod vendor

  • thisconnect (14 May 24)

    Merge branch 'frontend-type-manage-backups'

  • thisconnect (14 May 24)

    Merge remote-tracking branch 'nicolas/refactor-connected-function'

  • strmci (14 May 24)

    Merge branch 'fix_rotating_currencies'

  • NicolaLS (09 May 24)

    frontend: convert connected.tsx component Convert the class component in frontends/web/src/connected.tsx into a functional component.

  • sl (13 May 24)

    Merge branch 'frontend-POC-expose-amount-localization'

  • sl (08 May 24)

    frontend: expose useLocalizedPunctuation in Context API useLocalizedPunctuation may get noisy (log/warnings) if native locale is empty or invalid. This is due to the hook being used in many places and thus it runs indpendently of one another. Using context API, we can expose this globally and every consumer will get the same instance of useLocalizedPunctuation. This reduces the calls of useLocalizedPunctuation which results in fixing the warning noises.

  • sl (13 May 24)

    Merge branch 'frontend-POC-expose-amount-localization'

  • sl (08 May 24)

    frontend: expose useLocalizedPunctuation in Context API useLocalizedPunctuation may get noisy (log/warnings) if native locale is empty or invalid. This is due to the hook being used in many places and thus it runs indpendently of one another. Using context API, we can expose this globally and every consumer will get the same instance of useLocalizedPunctuation. This reduces the calls of useLocalizedPunctuation which results in fixing the warning noises.

  • strmci (10 May 24)

    frontend: Maintain chart timeframe when rotating currencies Previously, the chart would reset to 'All' whenever the currency was changed. This commit ensures that the selected timeframe remains consistent when rotating currencies.

  • thisconnect (10 May 24)

    frontend: add missing license header

  • thisconnect (08 May 24)

    frontend: convert manage-backups switch to functional component This is a container for the manage-backup route and a switch to render backup component for BB01/BB02. This is not used for setup restore-from-backup, but only on the route when the user accesses manage backups from settings. The class methods were mostly used to render different parts of the component. Moved this to separate components in the same file. Also changed to named export instead of default export.

  • thisconnect (08 May 24)

    Merge branch 'frontend-style-unlock'

  • thisconnect (07 May 24)

    Merge branch 'frontend-type-convert-coins'

  • thisconnect (30 Apr 24)

    frontend: style unlock software keystore for testing Before the unlock button was an unstyles button. With this the button is styled like other sidebar items. Had to include parent stylesheet from sidebar.

  • thisconnect (07 May 24)

    Merge branch 'frontend-prefer-button'

  • thisconnect (06 May 24)

    backend: allow links to app stores There are 2 links to the BitBox01 2FA app in the old BitBox01 settings under 'Pair mobile app' - 'Show QR code'.

  • thisconnect (30 Apr 24)

    frontend: change a element to anchor component App store links should open in native browser and use Anchor component.

  • thisconnect (30 Apr 24)

    frontend: change connect your node anchors to buttons

  • thisconnect (30 Apr 24)

    frontend: use button in bootloader view

  • thisconnect (30 Apr 24)

    frontend: cleanup and remove un-used css

  • thisconnect (30 Apr 24)

    frontend: use button instead of a element for eject software ks For links the components <Link> or <ButtonLink> should be used. For buttons <Button> or <button> can be used. All <a> elements can be refactored to either <Link> or <Button>.

  • thisconnect (30 Apr 24)

    frontend: change header component to use button for guide For links the components <Link> or <ButtonLink> should be used. For buttons <Button> or <button> can be used. All occurences of <a> can be refactored to either <Link> or <Button>.

  • thisconnect (06 May 24)

    Merge branch 'frontend-mobile-spacing'

  • thisconnect (02 May 24)

    Merge branch 'frontend-fix-balancewelcome'

  • thisconnect (02 May 24)

    frontend: simplified keeping track of pending propsal Only the last proposal promise is relevant, no need to store all promises in an array.

  • thisconnect (02 May 24)

    frontend: use async await for txproposa Just for better readability.l

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