> [2017-11-19 16:10 UTC](https://twitter.com/nwbld/status/932279882121383936)
> IcyWallet up and running with a Smart Beetle, thanks entirely to BRLTTY. One step closer to covering every facet of accessibility in this project! Huge thanks to @Dave\_Mielke and the rest of the BRLTTY team for maintaining this important software.
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Yes indeed I have those 2, but worth having others too. One of my jobs is to be well informed about Bitcoin and give advice (yes they pay me in BTC for that) so having tested many wallets I can give the right advice for each person.
Yes I have some old friends (with lots of money) that I convinced them to get into BTC long time ago. The deal (they purpose) is that I keep them well informed about BTC and they pay me 20% of all their earnings from price difference every month. I have a quite steady income in BTC from that. Just being well informed and give the right TLDR to them.
I do not want/take anything from any wallet provider/exchange/btc service, I want just good info not BS shills.
Try dealing with a large amount, like 1 million+ of currency. With fiat currency, you have to handle cash physical to have the same level of control you do with bitcoin.
Braille or not, that's a nightmare.
Look's like. Seems like a good platform to prototype this type of thing on. Get all the kinks figured out and then possibly port it over to something a bit more mass produce able. Or if there's not enough demand just open source it and let the community build their own as needed.