You have seen the initialism NYKNYC. What does it mean?
NYKNYC means “not your keys, not your coins” or “not your keys, not your cryptocurrency.” A private key is a non-tangible key that is not supposed to be given to other people. A public key is an address that may be given to other people.
You have to protect that private key because if anyone else gets their hands on it,
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There is disk corruption of your cold wallet for cryptocurrency. The hardware is broken or defective. What should you do?
Possible Solution #1
Do you have the recovery phrase/seed? You don’t want other people to have this; they could get your coins.
To read about what you might do, see the following:
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You no longer want a static landing page for your website’s home page. You are using WordPress. What should you do?
1. Log into WordPress
2. Go to Settings -Reading
3. For the “Your homepage displays”, choose the radio button for “Your latest posts”.
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If there are multiple files named “foobar”, what would this Linux command do?
echo “ccc” $(sudo find / -name foobar)
Here are your options:
a. Send “ccc” to be the content of the first file found.
b. Send “ccc” to be the content of the each file found.
c. Send “ccc” to be the content of the last file found.
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