By Stephan Duncan
Do you want to buy a phone that has consistent, cutting-edge security and doesn’t just get hacked because someone with malicious intent figures out your password? Then look no further, because Embedded Downloads has announced that the BitVault, the world’s first crypto-communicator and blockchain smartphone, will be released in November 2017.
The BitVault utilizes advanced cryptography to allow privately secured messaging, browsing, banking, calling, and document transfer. Instead of using a simple four-digit password as you do on an iPhone, or even having the option of using complicated passwords such as on Samsung Smartphones, the BitVault comes with advanced biometric identification technology that ensures, through your iris and fingerprint, that only you can access and use the phone. Private and public keys are created every time for the specific user whenever the phone is used and these keys are used to encrypt transactions, communication, and the device’s other applications.
Marketed as a “Swiss bank in your pocket” by Embedded Downloads, the phone uses blockchain technology to allow the secure transfer and sharing of private documents without exposing them to malware. This level of privacy not only creates secure lines of business between BitVault users, but it also provides secure banking transactions through identity verification. So not only does the phone provide protection for your private calls, emails, texts, and documents, but it also protects your financial information. The blockchain technology opens a realm of possibilities for the finance market in terms of identity management and transactional security.
The BitVault brings a level of security and privacy that hasn’t been seen during this era of cloud-based technology. If you value your privacy but you still want to have a powerful piece of hardware in your pocket at all times, then you should consider this phone.
To learn more about the BitVault, click the link here.