Backup, Secure and Protect all your Digital Assets (including Cryptocurrency)
Every digital asset you own should be protected and remain accessible. Cryptocurrency in particular is difficult to secure. With natural disasters, hackers, to badly implemented security, you are always at the mercy of others.
Vault12 Personal Digital Asset Security helps you protect, backup and secure all your digital assets, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, other cryptocurrency, private keys, seed phrases and of course, your crypto wallets.
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protects your personal crypto assets by harnessing your very own network of trusted people.
Personal Security for your Cryptocurrency and Digital Assets
Designed to be used alongside traditional hardware, software and online wallets, Vault12 helps cryptocurrency owners, ICO investors, professional cryptocurrency traders, and high net worth investors safeguard their digital assets without storing anything in the cloud or in fact any one single location. This increases the protection and decreases the risks of loss.
Easy to setup, easy to secure, easy to access.
A digital Vault containing your digital assets is assigned to trusted people or devices, known as Guardians. Your Guardians can be adjusted as needed in real-time so that the appropriate number are always guarding your digital assets. No one can access your assets and only you get access when you need.
Safeguarding money is necessary for the crypto economy to flourish. Vault12's distributed, decentralized, and server-less approach to security helps reduce friction associated with securing crypto assets. We look forward to seeing the company continue to innovate in the crypto security space
Cameron Winklevoss, Winklevoss Capital
Self-custody for crypto tokens is complicated and dangerous, which is why so many users outsource it to third parties, breaking crypto’s promise of ‘being your own bank.’ Vault12 packages advanced cryptography into a simple user-interface for securing crypto tokens across an inner circle of trusted friends,colleagues and devices. This provides the security and recoverability of custodying with third-parties while preserving privacy and self-reliance.
Naval Ravikant, founder of Angellist
Security is the lifeblood of industry, commerce, and leisure. As more people use decentralized applications, they will need a way to back up their crypto wallets and exchange accounts. Vault12 provides a simple and natural way to reduce risks and combat the fear of forgetting seed phrases and private keys.
Jon Callaghan, co-founder of True Ventures
As we move to a more open financial system driven by advanced blockchain technology and cryptocurrency, we need smarter ways to ensure that the system is trustworthy. Vault12 does this by addressing a foundational need -- ensuring that your crypto assets are not only protected by decentralized security, but also by your trusted inner circle. Your private key never exists in one place or with one entity, reducing risks from hackers as well as everyday accidents.
Vinny Lingham, Entrepreneur and Advisor
Security and usability are inextricably linked, the former cannot exist without the later. Vault12 understands the need for end-to-end management of this experience as well as the importance of integrating into the prevailing crypto ecosystem
Sathvik Krishnamurthy, Founder and Managing Partner, Security Leadership Capital
Exchanges are the main target for hackers. Those are the biggest honeypots. So the number one rule in Crypto is, do not keep your money on an exchange, and if you're going to custody that money, you need to do it off of the exchange with a product like Vault12.
Joe DiPasquale, BitBull Capital
The idea behind Vault12 is how do we essentially split that responsibility, make that problem of key control less a technological one by essentially making it into a social one with networks of people that they trust.
Terence Spies, former CTO, HP Enterprise, Data Security
20% of all Bitcoin is lost forever. That’s $20B, in fact, in 2018 alone,
$1.1B has been stolen.
Elliott Krause, The Wall Street Journal, July 5, 2018
The Winklevosses came up with an elaborate system to store and secure their private keys. They cut up printouts of their private keys into pieces and then distributed them in envelopes to safe deposit boxes around the country, so if one envelope were stolen the thief would not have the entire key.
Nathaniel Popper, New York Times, December 19, 2017