Daily spending wallet
This section is an in-depth design exploration of a bitcoin wallet for on-the-go payments. It focuses are on:
- Lightning first
Imagine a product which tries to solve the problem of quickly and easily sending smaller amounts of money to friends and family, or paying for small purchases. Ease and speed of use will be important as usage is likely to be on mobile devices and on the go. Users are not expected to be well-versed in bitcoin technology or advanced private key management, making it reasonable to worry more about self-inflicted loss than theft.
An overview of common tasks when using a wallet application for the first time.
An overview of how users are likely to fund their wallets.
An overview of different ways to backup a daily spending wallet and how these backups are used to recover a wallet.
An introduction to how requesting and receiving bitcoin works.
An introduction to how sending bitcoin works.
A look at how we can let users conveniently browse and work with their payment history and other application activity.
Simplifying how users work with invoices, addresses and payments via contacts.
An overview of how to add extra layers of security to protect sensitive user data.
An overview of how to help users maintain transaction privacy with bitcoin.