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Bitcoin.com Reviews BC Vault One

One of the biggest responsibilities of cryptocurrency owners is safely storing their digital assets. Over the last few years, hardware wallets have become an extremely convenient security solution that has helped in this regard. The BC Vault is a new hardware device with a number

CryptoGlobe.com reviews BC Vault One

The BC Vault is an interesting addition to the existing roster of hardware wallets and has clearly been designed to fall closer to the security end of the spectrum. Despite this, however, the product seemed well-built and easy to use, the software straightforward – and

UseTheBitcoin publishes review of BC Vault One

An independent, unbiased review of our BC Vault One blockchain hardware wallet, has been published by UseTheBitcoin, which was founded in 2017 by a group of passionate crypto evangelists, and has since become one of the fastest growing publications in the industry. With a dedicated

Large display for security reasons and ease of use

2.42-inch OLED 128×64-pixel display. The BC VAULT display shows all the information regarding specific transaction: Sender address, Wallet name, Recipient address, Amount, and Fee. The sole purpose of a hardware wallet is in storing private key (for signing transactions) in a secure chip and not

Release notes

Version 1.2.2 of BC Vault has been released, included in this release: • Custom ERC20 tokens (accessible if you turn on ‘Advanced Mode’ in the options • Improved UX for existing ERC-20 tokens • ERC-20 indicator icon And of course, plenty of bugfixes. SHA-1s: Windows:

Release notes 1.2.1

BC Vault 1.2.1 has been released. This release is accompanied by a new firmware release as per usual. Notable Features:  The web daemon included with BC Vault is now configurable and will automatically starts on install. This will allow 3rd parties to integrate BC Vault

Why should private keys be private

The whole purpose of a cryptowallet is, that private key for signing crypto transactions is stored in a safe place never directly exposed and thus susceptible to malware & co. that can infect your desktop. Still MiTM (Man-in-the-Middle) attack could be made on the desktop

Release notes 1.2

Content of changes implemented in version 1.2 of BC Vault Application. The main star of this update is our transparent and seamless Segwit support! You will find that your wallets that support Segwit (BTC,LTC,BCH…) will now display their Segwit equivalent addresses on the ‘RECEIVE’ screen.

BC Vault One Quick Start Guide – Video

First connect the device via USB 3.0 cable to your computer. Then remove the display protection and start shaking the device to initialize the random number generator. After the device has been initialized, you will see the initialization screen of BC Vault again. Enter the