SecuX Launches the First-Ever Hardware Wallet Designed for NFTs

SecuX Launches the First-Ever Hardware Wallet Designed for NFTs

The digital asset wallet manufacturer announced its SecuX Nifty storage, which will be showcased at the Bitcoin Conference 2022 in Miami, Florida.

Cold wallets have been regarded as the safest to store digital assets as they are not connected to the internet and are much less vulnerable to hacks. In fact, SecuX will be introducing a hardware wallet specifically made for storing and showcasing NFTs.

Based on the official news release, the SecuX Nifty cold wallet is the first of its kind and will allow collectors to view NFTs on the device. Likewise, the built-in Nifty app will enable owners to browse marketplaces like OpenSea, Rarible, and Pancakeswap, for trading or purchasing NFTs.

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Initially, the Nifty wallet will support digital assets on Ethereum, Polygon, and the BNB Chain, with plans to integrate other chains in the future. Interestingly enough, the cold storage will feature an "Infinenon Solid Flash CC EAL 5+ Secure Element chip", supposedly having "military-grade" security.

The Bitcoin event in Miami will take place between April 6th and 9th, and will feature the Secux Nifty, W10, W20, and V20 wallets, alongside the steel crypto seed phrase storage X-SEED.

Dom Z. - Crypto Analyst

by Dom Z. - Crypto Analyst, BitDegree


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