Billfodl Recovery Seed Backup Tool With Quick Setup For Crypto Storage Released
The cryptocurrency hardware store’s newly added recovery seed backup tool, Billfodl, is made of marine-grade stainless steel and is compatible with all hardware wallets. It supports all 12-, 14-, and 18-word recovery seed that is BIP39-compliant.
More information is available at https://www.thecryptomerchant.com/collections/billfodl
The new product release coincides with a recent Binance article highlighting the importance of hardware wallets for crypto traders. According to the report, cryptocurrency’s decentralized and fully anonymous nature makes it impossible for owners to get their crypto assets back should their computers or smartphones get lost or hacked. Having a hardware wallet that requires cryptocurrency traders to physically confirm exchanges adds another layer of security to every transaction.
Billfodl is an indestructible stainless steel seed storage plate that supports all hardware and software wallets, as well as password managers that use hexadecimal or BIP39 keys, or master passwords. The chassis and tiles are laser-cut to ensure that the keys will never rub off or fade even when exposed to the elements.
When purchasing Billfodl at The Crypto Merchant, customers can opt for combo deals if they buy the seed storage steel plate with a hardware wallet like Trezor or Ledger. The Crypto Merchant believes that these two tools are cryptocurrency must-haves because they eliminate the possibility of traders ever losing their assets because they forgot or lost their passwords.
Hardware wallets and recovery seed plates are offline tools that can be connected to a laptop, smartphone, or tablet. The Crypto Merchant explains that good hardware wallets do not allow private keys to ever leave the device. They are constructed in such a way that even when traders plug them into an infected computer, no data will get leaked.
The crypto hardware supplier further explains that if the hardware wallet or backup tools get stolen, the owner’s assets will still be safe because the wallet requires a PIN code before it will give up any data. After a certain number of incorrect entries, the wallet will delete and reset the device.
“Exactly what I was looking for. The wallet is solidly built. I expect future archaeologists to discover this wallet 1,000 years from now and be baffled by what the chain of words mean,” a satisfied customer said.
Additional details can be found at https://www.thecryptomerchant.com
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