The blockchain and cybersecurity consultancy eSignus has finished the integration of the Ardor, Ignis, and Nxt protocols into the hardware wallet, HASHWallet Link. With this integration, HASHWallet becomes one of the first cold wallets that supports Ardor, allowing his large community to easily store, buy, sell and swap their $ARDR, $IGNIS, and $NXT tokens.
We have some exciting news ahead. As the eSignus team is strongly committed to digital identity security, we are proud to announce a new partnership with IDEX Biometrics to jointly develop and market biometric cards for digital authentication and crypto asset wallets.
We are delighted to announce that eSignus has joined Simplex with a partnership deal. Just like us, the Simplex team members are obsessed with the mass adoption of cryptos in a secure, fast, and innovative environment.
With certain restrictions due to local regulations and security measures, we finally reunited the entire eSignus team at our development facilities located on the Las Palmas de Gran Canaria university campus.
The entire eSignus team is currently working carefully on this program’s primary purpose with dedicated documentation, structuring the FAQs, setting up the right communication channels, and defining expectations of all of the exciting features tested with the HASHWallet and the HASHWallet Manager.
We are delighted to share our latest updates regarding our Recovery Card design and some features of the HASHWallet Manager App. But before moving forward with the details, we would like to thank all of our Indiegogo backers for their contribution.
The CardLab and eSignus teams during the signing of their partnership agreement. From left to right, Sebastián Unda and José Ramón Sendra from eSignus, Henning Bonde Nielsen, Frank Sandeløv and Katrine Bjarni from CardLab, and Daniel Hernández from eSignus.
The three winners of the Ciberemprende grant will be announced on Wednesday 26th February.
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