Introducing the Cobo Vault

Hardware wallets are the solution to solve the security concerns around cryptocurrencies. However, when it comes to the serious cryptocurrency investor, we also know that not just any hardware wallet will do: only solutions that offer all-around protection from digital hacking, hardware tampering, and physical damage will work. That is exactly what the Cobo Vault does. It takes security to a whole new level with its military-grade outer casing and water-resistant aerospace metal body!



The device is completely air-gapped with no WiFi, bluetooth, NFC, or USB capabilities preventing any form of network attack, and ensuring that your transactions and private keys are secure at all times. The firmware of Cobo Vault's bank-grade encryption chip has been coded from scratch to ensure maximum security of the private keys at all times . The device has a magnetically detachable battery to avoid corrosion. Transactions on Cobo Vault can be made via scanning a dynamically changing QR code. Multi-signature capabilities add an additional layer of security to every transaction.


The Cobo Vault’s most outstanding feature is its built-in self-destruct mechanism. If the device senses some form of hardware tampering, the self-destruct mechanism is triggered, wiping the encryption chip clean.


Cobo Vault also supports the hidden vault feature. If the owner is forced to unlock their device, by default the attacker will be able to view a hidden vault which has only a minimal amount of cryptocurrency. An unlimited number of hidden vaults can be created, making it impossible for an attacker to be sure if they are being shown the real wallet.


Cobo Vault supports BTC, ETH, BCH, DASH, LTC, ETC, TRON, and EOS, as well as tokens on ETH, TRON, and EOS. Cobo plans to add new coins and tokens regularly as part of their development roadmap.


The Cobo Vault sets a new benchmark for hardware wallets and is especially designed for serious investors who prioritize the security of their investment above everything else.


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