3D-printed gun maker to launch Bitcoin wallet next

We haven’t heard the last of Cody Wilson, the creator of the controversial 3D printed gun that prompted an intervention by the US State Department. For the past two months, the anarchistic 25-year-old has been working on a piece of software designed to help people circumvent the government using the semi-anonymous virtual currency Bitcoin. “When we are enabled, through alternative means and technologies, to channel our commerce as we will, channel our production as we will, the state simply disappears,” Wilson told The New Yorker.

Wilson’s new product, made with Bitcoin entrepreneur Amir Taaki, is tentatively called Dark Wallet. Bitcoin users rely on digital “wallets” to store their coins, but many wallets are confusing to use. Dark…

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