Introducing the most trusted key holder: Yourself.
Your fingerprint has patterns that are unique to you. As they are impossible to replicate, security is guaranteed with your touch only.
No one but the cardholder can confirm any transaction. Biometrics means that the user carries with his own exclusive signature.
Be in control
Advanced cryptocurrency holders need not only to keep safe their keys but also to take full control of any operation. And HASHWallet provides this by registering the user fingerprint to unblock the device and manage transactions signature.
Also, your card will activate through a simple human gesture: just tap the card on a surface to start operating with it.
Security from the first stage
It’s all about identity legitimacy. Biometrics user data are registered only during the device initialization to ensure its integrity. As a non-programmable device, there is no way to alter this content afterwards.
Also, the system allows registering more than a fingerprint if necessary, for more extensive protection.
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Frequently asked questions
What are the advantages of HASHWallet when compared to other hardwallets?
HASHWallet provides a stronger security level than other hardware wallets due to several key features:
- It’s a non-programmable device. This feature creates a really secure environment for signing transactions and the safeguard of the keys.
- The private key is not known even by the user, and there is no way to extract it from the card. You can’t steal what you don’t know. This makes HASHWallet invulnerable to external attacks.
- Public/Private keys are generated inside the card through a random process, which cannot be replicated. No external seeds are used to generate keys.
- Its large screen of electronic ink allows to visualize all the details of the transactions and validate them, avoiding any possibility of fraud or identity theft, and it complies with the philosophy “What You See Is What You Sign”.