With over $4B+ in crypto assets lost or stolen in the last two years alone, investors need a simple and easy-to-use solution that offers them security that works.
Harnessing an investor's trusted personal network, digital assets are encrypted with powerful algorithms, and distributed to a mesh of mobile devices, dramatically reducing risk, as there is no single point of storage on a cloud or on a local device.
Activating Digital Inheritance enables investors to designate an individual (typically the executor, trustee, or beneficiary) who will inherit their entire portfolio of digital assets stored in a secure Vault once the time comes
Protecting the future of money. For this generation and beyond.
Vault12 has assembled a group of security and cryptography team members who work in Silicon Valley, New York and around the world to bring much-needed innovations to protecting cryptocurrency and delivering new decentralized digital custody, today.
Starting with humble beginnings in the worlds of security, gaming, and design, Max Skibinsky and Blake Commagere realized there was an overlap of these sectors with the singularly powerful emergence of decentralized technology.
At the same time it became clear that for a new class of crypto investor, security solutions were sorely lacking, thus the idea for Vault12 was born.
Three years on, Vault12 has assembled a group of security, cryptography, and design team members who work in Silicon Valley, New York and around the world, in a highly decentralized fashion.
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