eSignus Vault, the last line of defense
You're in control with our recovery system
As you are aware, our recovery system is characterized by giving you the power of choice as a user. Once you have stored the Recovery Seed on your physical Recovery Card, you must save the Recovery Key in digital format, in a place where you will not lose it and maintain its integrity. Why separate, in a physical and logical format?
Each of the recovery elements by themselves doesn’t mean anything and if someone accesses one of them it does not mean a security breach. It is important not to store both together so that if someone accesses any of these elements, that effort will be useless to access your wallet.
We know that you want to have the guarantee of always being able to access this recovery key, that’s why we want to facilitate this custody process of the recovery key, with all the guarantee of privacy, integrity and availability that you need at all times.
Secure and flexible storage for individuals and businesses
- Our Vault Service allows you to store the Recovery Key, directly from the process of setting up your HASHWallet, fast, simple and secure. Don’t worry, we’ll take care of it for you.
- You will always have access to your Recovery Key, both for the recovery process and for downloading and storing it elsewhere if you wish.
- Plan your recovery management, so that your family or friends can recover your funds in case something happens to you. Make the copies of the Recovery Seed you need in the onboarding process.
- Use your fingerprints as an additional recovery element on the card. In this case, you and only you will be able to recover your HASHWallet. You cannot delegate the recovery to anyone unless you register their fingerprints during the onboarding.
- eSignus Vault only saves the necessary information for you to access the Recovery Key. We don’t keep any information that can relate your identity to any public key of your wallets, or to who you are. Your privacy is most important to us.
The eSignus Vault secure storage service has been designed with two objectives in mind: to ensure the integrity of the Recovery Key, and to respect your privacy. Therefore, it only stores the information necessary to access the Recovery Key. eSignus Vault does not store any information that can link a user to their public key wallets, or other details of their identity.
At the same time, no member of eSignus has access to the stored Recovery Keys, only the users. Your privacy is the most important to us.
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You decide, you have full control
The Recovery Seed and Recovery Key are stored on a single Recovery Card.
The user saves the Recovery Seed and the Recovery key, in two Recovery Cards, saving them in different places.
The user saves the Recovery Seed, delegating the custody of the Recovery Key to the eSignus Vault.
The user saves the Recovery Seed, delegating the custody of the Recovery Key to the eSignus Vault. Through an insurance contract, he transfers a copy of the Recovery Seed to eSignus, which will reimburse him for the full amount of his funds in the event of theft or loss of access to his accounts.
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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”.