Vaultavo Introduces Biometric Smart Card Based Crypto Custody Solution

Vaultavo Inc. has developed a patent-pending crypto custody solution “to address the security requirements of the institutional market and its clients.”

The Vaultavo Custody Solution “combines the world’s first biometric digital asset custody smart card with state-of-the-art proprietary vaults and secure SaaS digital platform and access portals, to create a solution that reinvents custody as we know it today.”

The integrated hardware and software solution “protects digital assets by creating and managing the Blockchain private key on the bank-grade secure Vaultavo Card – a decentralized approach to security which mirrors cryptocurrencies, Web3 and DeFi and differs from competitive solutions that have attempted to provide security in a centralized manner.”

The secure element in the Vaultavo Card, “the foundation of the solution, boasts EAL7 security certification, making it safer than most, if not all, other custody solutions.”

The Vaultavo Card is “the same size and thickness as a bank card, has a built-in biometric reader, an E Ink display, rechargeable battery and Bluetooth, NFC and USBC connectivity capabilities.”

The patent-pending technology was “developed to address one of the critical roadblocks to crypto’s expansion – the vulnerability of online trading, transacting and protection of digital assets.”

The size and scope of the problem is “monumental.” According to blockchain data provider Chainalysis, illicit transaction volume “rose for the second consecutive year in 2022, hitting an all-time high of $20.1 billion.”

Philip Meyer, CEO, Vaultavo, said:

“Unlike other providers who have to trade off accessibility for security, the Vaultavo Custody Solution is designed to address all the challenges of crypto custody. Ours is the only solution that guarantees the highest grade of security while allowing for the easiest level of accessibility and use. It has the potential to make using digital currencies as commonplace as debit cards for institutions and their clients, thereby increasing participation in the new digital economy. This solution will go a long way to ensure that the long tail of crypto again starts trusting the industry.”

Vaultavo’s protected IP technology is fully configurable, “enabling multiple custody and self-custody configurations” and multiple use cases:

  • Vaultavo Portal on mobile phoneCentral banks, commercial banks, family offices and other businesses managing their own crypto portfolios
  • Individual clients’ digital assets held by commercial banks or other institutions under segregated private keys
  • A first-to-market feature: commercial banks and other institutions providing self-custody to their customers
  • Stand-alone self-custody for the retail market

Institutional Clients:

As noted in the update, Myna Accountants, based in the United Kingdom, is “a  cryptocurrency accounting and professional services firm working with crypto clients of all types including exchanges, DeFi protocols and decentralized autonomous organizations.”

Joe David, managing director and founder of Myna Accountants, said:

“We are very excited by this new technology and this new approach to one of crypto’s biggest challenges, custody and self-custody. They’re taking something that has been fundamentally difficult and full of challenges and made it simple and secure for both Myna and our clients to use. Our partnership with Vaultavo will ultimately drive value for Myna’s clients and enable us to provide best-in-class and pioneering services for them.”

The Revix installation is “scheduled for the first quarter of 2023 with general marketplace rollout in 2023.”


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