How to Install your Embedded Vault

Cryptocurrency during the past year has soared to new highs coupled with the need to protect them. Embedded Vault can do just that. Embedded Vault is the world’s most secure cryptocurrency software wallet that can turn your PC into a secure hardware wallet.   Current Requirements for Embedded Vault: Android Smartphone with Fingerprint scanner and Bluetooth Windows PC with Bluetooth       Embedded Vault currently supports popular cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, EOT Coin, EOT Token, Waves and also provides an exchange between EOT tokens to EOT coins.   The…

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Roadmap – Embedded Vault Turning Your PC into a Secure Hardware Wallet

Cryptocurrency enthusiasts are embracing the launch of the World’s most secure cryptocurrency software wallet.  Embedded Vault, which launched on 1 February 2018, turns your computer into a secure, encrypted hardware device.   Not only will you be able to keep your cryptocurrency safe, you will be able to do so without buying any additional hardware.  The company, Embedded Downloads, refer to the Embedded Vault as a “Game Changer” as more application updates are released.       Read more here: New Embedded Vault could be a Crypto “Game- Changer   Get…

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Embedded Vault Announces 30 Day Free Download

LIMERICK, Ireland, Feb. 1, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — In an effort to grab market share in the highly competitive crypto market, Embedded Downloads announced today that their new premium product is live and a free download will be available for 30 days.   According to the company, the new Embedded Vault is an ultra-secure application with which users can turn an ordinary PC or laptop into a secure cryptocurrency hardware banking device as well as a crypto communicator.   Embedded Vault, the Most Secure Cryptocurrency Software Wallet and Crypto Communicator     The company said…

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New Embedded Vault could be a Crypto “Game- Changer

Embedded Downloads, the developers of the BitVault®, the world’s first blockchain smartphone, announced today the launch and roadmap for their new product, Embedded Vault. The company called this new product a “game changer”.     “We believe that this product is going to be a “game changer” as it is the only product that uses inputs from the users own hardware, the user himself/herself and blockchain cryptography to create a secure environment for managing cryptofinance, communication and data management without the need to purchase any new hardware.”     According…

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Fitness Tracking App reveals secret US Army bases

Fitness tracking company, Strava has been revealing sensitive information about the location and staffing of military bases and spy outposts around the world.     The details were released in a data visualisation map that shows all the activity tracked by users of its app, which allows people to record their exercise and share it with others.   Amazingly this map, released in November 2017, shows every single activity ever uploaded to Strava – more than 3 trillion individual GPS data points, according to the company.   Users can use…

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Japan Bitcoin Exchange Coincheck will repay Stolen Funds

It was reported on Friday that Coincheck, a Japanese Bitcoin exchange suspended all withdrawals after a massive hack that shocked the market.   Full Story: – Bitcoin chaos in Japan as CoinCheck freezes all withdrawals   It was reported in the Guardian today that the Coincheck cryptocurrency exchange will refund customers about $400m (£282m) stolen by hackers two days ago in one of the biggest thefts of digital funds. Coincheck affirmed that it would use its cash holdings to reimburse 260,000 people for the value of 46.3bn yen who lost…

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How to Bitcoin #6 – Mining Bitcoin

NEW ZEALAND – Guest Writer –The sixth in the series of “How to Bitcoin” articles introducing you to Bitcoin and what you can do with the cryptocurrency.  Here is an overview of how BTC is electronically processed, we call it mining.   Electronically Processing BTC Mining   As mentioned in the introduction, BTC is processed by computing power and recorded in a public ledger (Blockchain) with the help of a network of computers. The processing of BTC transactions is termed ‘mining’. BTC mining rewards people with computer power by generating…

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How to Bitcoin #5 – Ways to Make Money with Bitcoin

NEW ZEALAND – Guest Writer –The fifth in the series of “How to Bitcoin” articles introducing you to Bitcoin and what you can do with the cryptocurrency.  Here is an overview of how to make money with BTC.   Buying and Selling A way to make money is to buy BTC/alt-coins at a low value and to sell at a higher value on an Exchange. Selling BTC as mentioned above can be done in any currency. Most large Exchanges allow users to trade back to US dollars. Another method would…

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Ledger user loses £25 000 of Crypto

Quoted from Reddit: – I have not used my Ledger in a week, today I decide to check the value of my XRP, Litecoin and Dash only to discover that all of them showed up as zero and had been transferred somewhere else yesterday all around the same time at 7:30pm.     I am not sure how this is possible as I have not access my Ledger in a week. I do not know what do to as the total value is over £25000, has by currency been stolen…

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Spectre and Meltdown are going straight for your Private Keys – How safe is your hardware wallet?

The BBC reported today that the tech industry kept the latest threat to our online life secret for six months, hiding behind non-disclosure agreements.     Apparently, there are two bugs, known as Meltdown and Spectre, which exploit security vulnerabilities in Intel, AMD, and ARM processors in all types o devices, including PCs, laptops, tablets, and smartphones.   Meltdown affects all devices with Intel chips, which are estimated to be in 90% of all computers (desktop and laptop combined), the BBC reported. Intel stock price had its own Meltdown today…

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