Crypto Key Stack a Seed Storage Device Partners with KeepKey a Hardware Wallet
There is some encouraging news for crypto enthusiasts with matters to do with security as Crypto Key Stack, a tool that specializes with hardware wallet protection and helps preserve the most important information (cryptocurrency wallet seed phrase) joins hands with KeepKey, digital currency hardware wallet. The two will work together enabling them expand their security system and be in a position to better protect digital assets and bitcoin.
Chris Gonyo, who is the Crypto Key Stack co-founder says that it is important for all those who own crypto assets, are guarding some digital assets and especially those who transact on a regular basis to use a hardware wallet to safeguard their private keys offline.
Gonyo continued saying that the two firms are dedicated to moving digital assets security to another level. He said that they are working on a system that can securely keep your ‘master key’ to your hardware wallet also known as the recovery seed. At the moment, most people have this security feature stored on a piece of paper. This storage mechanism is unsafe and is what they hope to change.
In a recent comprehensive review of the most popular cold storage tools, Crypto Key Stack received the highest accolades as the best among the best. The best part is that this valuable tool is very affordable. You can get the KeepKey Key Stack for only $45 and the KeepKey wallet for about $129.
Among the tokens or coins, you can store in KeepKey include Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, Dash, Bitcoin Gold, Doge and most of ERC-20 tokens.
Israel Idonije knows the importance of securing your private keys just too well. He says that he has been involved in all aspects of the crypto industry. He has been investing, mining, has been involved in community engagement as well as security.
“He affirms that without proper control of your private keys, then you lack the control of your digital assets. This fact according to him has come as a hard lesson to many. He advices that all involved in this industry should endeavor to secure their private keys.”