AdamHurwitz Asks: Multisig Setup - Pruned Bitcoin Core on Computer vs. Dedicated Hardware
Are there security implications of running a pruned Bitcoin Core node on a personal computer vs. a full Bitcoin Core node on a dedicated hardware device (i.e. Raspberry Pie with Umbrel, myNode, nodl, and etc.)?
The intended use case for the Bitcoin Core node is integration with a multisig wallet such as Specter, Electrum, and etc.
This scenario presumes the personal computer is configured to run Bitcoin Core through Tor/VPN (That do not save/collect logs) as in the Specter desktop 1-click setup.
One non-security implication is the performance impact on the personal computer when running the pruned Bitcoin Core node.
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