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Of course you can. The coin is still dependent on it's physical state and velocity, but it is not discretely predictable.

https://www.random.org/https://www.random.org/coins/ has a random number generator based on atmospheric noise. That's a lot more random than a dice or a coin. it's quantum.

If you don't want an online service you can buy a hardware TRNG USB dongle or get the noise from a cheap RTL-SDR.

But the difference are mostly theoretical. For what you want, a CSPRNG will suffice. /dev/urandom will do on unix (and no, it's not inferor to /dev/random).

Of course you can. The coin is still dependent on it's physical state and velocity, but it is not discretely predictable.

https://www.random.org/ has a random number generator based on atmospheric noise. That's a lot more random than a dice or a coin. it's quantum.

If you don't want an online service you can buy a hardware TRNG USB dongle or get the noise from a cheap RTL-SDR.

But the difference are mostly theoretical. For what you want, a CSPRNG will suffice. /dev/urandom will do on unix (and no, it's not inferor to /dev/random).

Of course you can. The coin is still dependent on it's physical state and velocity, but it is not discretely predictable.

https://www.random.org/coins/ has a random number generator based on atmospheric noise. That's a lot more random than a dice or a coin. it's quantum.

If you don't want an online service you can buy a hardware TRNG USB dongle or get the noise from a cheap RTL-SDR.

But the difference are mostly theoretical. For what you want, a CSPRNG will suffice. /dev/urandom will do on unix (and no, it's not inferor to /dev/random).

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Of course you can. The coin is still dependent on it's physical state and velocity, but it is not discretely predictable.

https://www.random.org/ has a random number generator based on atmospheric noise. That's a lot more random than a dice or a coin. it's quantum.

If you don't want an online service you can buy a hardware TRNG USB dongle or get the noise from a cheap RTL-SDR.

But the difference are mostly theoretical. For what you want, a CSPRNG will suffice. /dev/urandom will do on unix (and no, it's not inferor to /dev/random).