It is already possible to transfer bitcoins in a virtual reality environment, according to Pavol Lúptak.The project will be presented on 20 and 21 march at the conference Mallorca Bitcoin.A developer computer managed to integrate a wallet cold of Bitcoin to a device of virtual reality. Pavol Lupták told Breaking News how he was able to hack their lenses Oculus Quest to integrate the wallet Bitcoin Trezor T to your operation.According to his testimony, Lupták carried out the first transaction of Bitcoin within the virtual reality. To achieve this, first you activated the developer mode of the lens. Then, you installed the application Side Quest, in turn, use other applications in the background. To finish, set the app Bitcoin Trezor Manager and the navigator Brave, which provides support to the protocol WebUSB and allows you to access external devices from web pages.The developer believes that the functionality in the browser Oculus Quest to connect to USB devices is “low”. It also stated that the wallet Nano Ledger can hackearse also in a similar way to integrate it into your virtual reality on Android devices; warning that maybe you try it soon.
After a lot of hacking, I have just made the first Bitcoin transaction in the virtual reality! Connecting Bitcoin Trezor T directly to my Oculus Quest.The future is near!#OculusQuest #BitcoinTrezorT pic.twitter.com/aeN7CpTZQt— wilderko (@wilderko) March 9, 2020
Lupták is also noted that these applications are not officially supported by Oculus and therefore can not show the process with screenshots or videos. However, announces that it will present its results on the Oculus Quest in the conference Bitcoin Mallorca, to be held between the 20 and the 22 of march marzo.De this way, teach you how it is possible to make transactions real bitcoins in a virtual reality environment. Two features combined would allow, for example, to process payments in bitcoins for games and other platforms of interaction.The developer describes it as a criptoanarquista, focused on technological projects with social outreach. Having experience in ethical hacking, Lupták he has founded several companies that advocate for freedom in technology, computer security, ethical development, and even contemporary art. Some of them are Nethemba, Progressbar, Parallel Polis, Satori and Hacktrophy.Although it may seem extravagant, it is certain that virtual reality is in crecimiendo. Recently, we reported that the virtual reality reclutaría more experts, in 2020 the industry blockchain, so that it would not be far-fetched that both technologies are integrated and are committed to the best functionality conjunta.De similarly, in Breaking News tell you how it was possible to the first meetup bitcoin through virtual reality. An anecdote that leads us to think that we will continue hearing more of this combination technology.