Block chain technology is gradually applied to all walks of life around the world
Youniqx identity AG, a subsidiary of the Austrian state printing company, has developed a hardware wallet for cryptocurrency and released a press release on July 29.
According to the report, hardware wallets (called chainlock) allow offline storage of private keys and access to encrypted currency wallets. It is reported that the device can generate private keys, and also has waterproof and heat resistance. The wallet will be provided through the company's partners, including Singapore's Marked Exchange and Central Europe's Coifinity.
According to the press release, Austria's National Printing House specializes in the production of identity documents and "provides personalized solutions for the implementation of identity documents, such as highly secure Austrian passports". The printing house has been active in the field of document management. More than 200 years.
As Coin Telegraph recently reported, Daimler, a German multinational company behind Mercedes-Benz, has partnered with Riddle & code, a European start-up of Block Link Port Solutions, to provide an open car hardware wallet solution.
Earlier this month, Siemens, a global giant that calls itself electrified, automated and digital, also expressed interest in adopting block-chain-based solutions. In particular, Siemens is exploring the use of block chains in the transport industry.
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