Introducing Vault E

A hardware multicurrency wallet designed with simplicity as one of the core values.

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simplicity

Simplicity

We designed Vault E from the ground up with a simple user experience as the central focus.

open-source

Perfectly Open Source

As all cryptocurrency and related projects should be.

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Security

A hardware wallet is the most secure crypto storage solution. We designed Vault E to be no less.

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Multicurrency Support

multicurrency

cross-platform

Cross-Platform Compatibility

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Single Vault
Clean User Experience
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Single Vault
Manage all your assets from a single app.

Clean User Experience
Intuitive UI on both desktop and smartphone.

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Prefer dark mode? We got you covered!

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What is a hardware wallet?

If you are reading this, you either already have some cryptocurrency and are looking into keeping them safe, or you want to do some prior research before jumping into the world of cryptocurrency. A cryptocurrency wallet has one job — keep your private key safe while providing you access to your coins in the blockchain.

Why do you need Hardware Wallet?

There are many categories of cryptocurrency wallets in the market such as software wallets, cloud wallets and hardware wallets. In simple terms, a hardware wallet is by far the most secure kind because it keeps the private key away from the internet. So, if you have some coins or you are looking into getting some, keep them secured in a hardware wallet. And if you also want to use cryptocurrency as money on a day-to-day basis, then what better than a Vault E. Carry your coins in your Vault E and rest assured that they are safe.


Blogs

Announcing Vault E Beta Program

About two years ago, I had a realization that cryptocurrency is plagued by the issue of bad user experience. Cryptocurrency is best stored in a hardware wallet; I don’t think there is any argument there. But in my experience, existing hardware wallets are quite clumsy and difficult to use.

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The Ultimate Guide to Bitcoin Halving

Around every four years, there’s an important bitcoin event known as ‘bitcoin halving’. During this event, the reward for mining new blocks is halved. As a result, miners receive 50% fewer bitcoins when they verify transactions.

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Which Cryptocurrency Wallet Should You Get?

It has been just over a decade since the introduction of bitcoin, and there are still debates about which cryptocurrency wallet to use. If you are researching this question you either already have some cryptocurrency and are looking into keeping

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