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"If ECDSA is broken, Bitcoin can remain reasonably secure if you don't reuse addresses." Is this true?

If this is actually true, what makes it true?
That post is pretty old. Has anything significant changed? What's the recommended best practice these days if you need to reuse an address? For example you are a business and need to have a single address that can be published and it wouldn't be practical to keep constantly changing it?
Is this also actually true: "(That is, an address's sent transactions might not actually be meaningful, related to its receipts, or even made by the person who receives money at that address.) "? If so, why would that be the case? It sounds like the OP is suggesting an address can somehow "send" bitcoins that it never "received" - how can that be?
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ECDSA Security in Bitcoin and Ethereum: a Research Survey

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Researchers from Princeton and Stanford Announce New ECDSA Threshold Signature Scheme That Is Particularly Well-Suited for Securing Bitcoin Wallets

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"If ECDSA is broken, Bitcoin can remain reasonably secure if you don't reuse addresses." Is this true? /r/Bitcoin

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ECDSA Security in Bitcoin and Ethereum: a Research Survey

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Time to replace ECDSA with with post-quantum cryptography to secure the future of Bitcoin.

Crucial hurdle overcome for quantum computing
The development of scalable quantum silicon chips is moving faster than expected. ECDSA is considered broken by Shor's algorithm. Upgrade Bitcoin before it's too late!
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ECDSA Security in Bitcoin and Ethereum: a Research Survey

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ECDSA Security in Bitcoin and Ethereum: a Research Survey

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ECDSA Security in Bitcoin and Ethereum: a Research Survey

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ECDSA Security in Bitcoin and Ethereum: a Research Survey

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ECDSA Security in Bitcoin and Ethereum: a Research Survey

ECDSA Security in Bitcoin and Ethereum: a Research Survey - http://pbnj.io/42b via /bitcoin
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Threshold-optimal DSA/ECDSA signatures and an application to Bitcoin wallet security

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ECDSA Security in Bitcoin and Ethereum: a Research Survey

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Threshold-optimal DSA/ECDSA signatures and an application to Bitcoin wallet security

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Threshold-optimal DSA/ECDSA signatures and an application to Bitcoin wallet security

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Threshold-optimal DSA/ECDSA signatures and an application to Bitcoin wallet security

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Threshold-optimal DSA/ECDSA signatures and an application to Bitcoin wallet security

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Threshold-optimal DSA/ECDSA signatures and an application to Bitcoin wallet security

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would bitcoin be less secure if addresses were md5 hashes of public keys instead of ecdsa hashes? /r/Bitcoin

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Time to replace ECDSA with with post-quantum cryptography to secure the future of Bitcoin. /r/Bitcoin

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Researchers from Princeton and Stanford Announce New ECDSA Threshold Signature Scheme That Is Particularly Well-Suited for Securing Bitcoin Wallets

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Potential security vulnerabilities in Bitcoin ECDSA

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35C3 - Wallet Security Bitcoin ECDSA- Elliptic curve Digital Signature Public Key Encryption: Elliptic Curve Ciphers EB50 – BTC2B Conference: Nicolas Courtois & potential security vulnerabilities in Bitcoin ECDSA 2014 02 14 - Elliptic Curve Digital Signature Algorithm in the SageMathCloud

Security of ECDSA: A note on existential unforgeability. There are no known proof of ECDSA’s security in the RO model. This may be surprising, given ECDSA’s usage in bitcoin. Here too, similarly to DSA, the belief that a security proof may be difficult to construct rests on our inability to date to successfully leverage the reduction model. ECDSA Security in Bitcoin and Ethereum: a Research Survey Hartwig Mayer {hartwig.mayer}@coinfabrik.com CoinFabrik Revised June 28, 2016 Abstract ... Bitcoin Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for Bitcoin crypto-currency enthusiasts. It only takes a minute to sign up. Sign up to join this community. Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the top Bitcoin . Home ; Questions ; Tags ; Users ; Jobs; Unanswered ; The shortest ECDSA signature. Ask Question Asked 5 years, 1 month ago ... PDF On Dec 30, 2016, Pratyush Dikshit and others published Weighted threshold ECDSA for securing bitcoin wallet Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate Elliptic Curve Digital Signature Algorithm or ECDSA is a cryptographic algorithm used by Bitcoin to ensure that funds can only be spent by their rightful owners. A few concepts related to ECDSA: private key: A secret number, known only to the person that generated it. A private key is essentially a randomly generated number. In Bitcoin, someone with the private key that corresponds to funds on ...

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35C3 - Wallet Security

Elliptic Curve Digital Signature Algorithm ECDSA Part 10 Cryptography Crashcourse - Duration: 35:32. Dr. Julian Hosp - Bitcoin, Aktien, Gold und Co. 5,803 views His talk is titled "Cryptographic Security of ECDSA in bitcoin" in which he exposes the security vulnerabilities in the specific variation of the Elliptic Curve digital Signature Algorithm used in ... Bitcoin 101 - Elliptic Curve Cryptography - Part 4 - Generating the Public Key (in Python) ... Security BSides London 34,682 views. 28:37. Elliptic curves - Duration: 58:06. Imperial College ... The author of this talk has investigated the relevance of this attack for ECDSA in the context of Bitcoin. Note that this attack is not limited to Bitcoin and might be relevant for other ECDSA ... Cryptographic Vulnerabilities in Threshold Wallets. In the talk I will discuss threshold ecdsa signatures in the context of a wallet. In terms of cryptograph...

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