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Remote clients------Test network

 Remote clients------Test network


 

Description

  • Own Full Node,
  • Public Blockchain (Mainnet)
  • Testnet or
  • Private (local) blockchain
  • The term "remote client" and "wallet" are used interchangeably, through there are some differences.Usually, a foreign client offers an API(such because the web3.js API) additionally to the transaction functionality of a wallet.
        Example Meta Mask and Jaxx.

ETH Remote client Vs BTC Light node

  • Don't confuse the concept of a foreign wallet in Ethereum thereupon of a light-weight client(which is analogous to a Simplified Payment Verification client in Bitcoin.
  • Light clients validate block headers and use Merkle proofs to validate the inclusion of transactions within the blockchain and determine their effects,giving them an identical  
  • Level of security to a full node.
  • Ethereum remote clients don't validate block headers or transactions.They entirely trust a full client to offer them access to the blockchain,and close significant security and anonymity guarantees.

Control and Responsibility

  • Open blockchain operate as decentralize system.
  • Each use can control their own private keys.
  • That mean control excess to funds and smart contracts.
  • We sometimes calls the mixture of access to funds and smart contracts an "account" and " "wallet".
With control comes an enormous responsibility

  • If we lose our private keys , we lose access to our funds and contracts. 
  • Nobody can help us to regain access-our funds are going to be locked forever.
  • Some users prefer to hand over control over their private keys by employing a third party custodian,such as a web exchange.

Tips to manage this responsibility

  • Don't improvise security. Use tried and tested standard approaches.
  • The more important the account the upper security measures should be. 
  • The very best security is gained from an air-gaped device, but this level isn't required for each account.
  • Never store our private keys in plain form, especially digitally.
  • Private keys are often stored in an encrypted form, as a digital "key store" file. Being encrypted, they have a password to unlock. once we are prompted to settle on a password, make it strong, back it up, and do not share it.
  • If we do not have a password manager, write it down and store it during a safe and secret place. To access our account, we'd like both the key store file and therefore the password. 
  • Don't store any password in digital document, digital photos, screenshots, online derives,encrypted PDFs etc. Again, don't improvise security. Use a password manager or pen and paper. 
  • Once we are prompted to copy a key as a mnemonic word sequence, use pen and paper to form a physical backup. don't leave that task " for later"; we'll forget.

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