BitVault® Key Note – The World’s First Blockchain phone

There is much interest in the World’s First Blockchain phone the BitVault®.  Hein Marais, CEO of Embedded Downloads, the developers of the World’s First Blockchain phone delivers this Key Note, an opportunity to learn more about this revolutionary Blockchain phone that uses cryptography for encryption, namely EOT.

BitVault® is owned and developed by Embedded Downloads, with development offices in Limerick, Ireland and New Delhi, India. Embedded Downloads specializes in secure hardware and software relating to the “Internet of Things”, IoT.

 

 

Key Note Discussion Points:

  • Introduction to the BitVault®, the World’s First Blockchain phone
  • Use Cases and Potential Customers
  • Privacy and Security Levels
  • Hardware
  • Native Applications
    • Wallets and Vaults – Bitcoin, EOT, etc
    • Secure Calling
    • Secure Messaging
    • Secure Document Transfer
    • Secure Media Vault
    • Secure Application Store
  • Developer Console
  • Application Distribution Environment

 

 

 

 

 

 

More About the BitVault®

 

The BitVault® is the world’s first Blockchain smartphone and crypto communicator providing a secure and safe smartphone experience with its own unique application store with blockchain enabled applications.

 

The BitVault® comes with the following unique features:-

 

Dynamic Key Creation: With the use of biometric identification combined with NFC technology, the user creates private and public keys every time the device is used. These keys are never stored anywhere and can only be created by the specific user. These keys are used for encryption of transactions, communication and other applications on the device.

 

Secure Calling: – The device uses advanced cryptography to enable the public key to public key calling. Cryptocurrency transactions are used to create multi-layer encryptions. Secure Messaging: – The same cryptographic methods are used for secure messaging. BitVault® to BitVault® messaging is multi-layered encrypted. Secure Document Transfer: – When a user sends a document created on a laptop or a PC via the BitVault® as an attachment, these documents are transferred over a private blockchain separate from the BitVault® communication environment. Both the sender and receiver will need to download an application on their respective computers to send or receive documents. Keys to open these documents will be securely transmitted from BitVault® to BitVault®. In this way, outside documents can never enter the BitVault® communication environment keeping it safe from malware. Secure Browsing: – By using blockchain technology the BitVault® dynamically verifies websites through a set of confirmation steps. Browsing with the BitVault® is severely restricted and controlled by stringent rules to ensure the integrity of the environment.

 

 

Cryptocurrency wallets: – The BitVault® uses cryptocurrency in its applications and also comes with native cryptocurrency wallets. The BitVault® will ship with the following wallets installed: – Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, EOT.

 

BitVault® Application Store: – BitVault® comes with its own dedicated application store and is open to enterprise developers.  Enterprises could develop proprietary applications dedicated to their customers.

 

 

 

Watch these videos below to learn more about the BitVault®, the World’s First Blockchain phone:-

Global Footprint

Secure Messaging

Secure Calling

Secure Messaging demo

 

More details on other features and specifications of the BitVault® are available on the website:  Click Here 

BitVault® is a registered trademark of Embedded Downloads and all rights are hereby reserved.

 

 

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