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Hardware wallet

The Satochip hardware wallet is based on a smart card. It looks like your bank card and act as a security device that let you safely store your private keys within the tamper-proof chip.

Satochip clients score
Illustration of the smart card Satochip hardware wallet with Bitcoin, Ethereum and NFT tokens.

Hardware solutions for your cryptocurrency

The Satochip hardware wallet is based on a smart card. It looks like your bank card and act as a security device that let you safely store your private keys within the tamper-proof chip.

Illustration of the smart card Satochip hardware wallet with Bitcoin, Ethereum and NFT tokens.
Satochip clients score

“One of the most affordable wallets on the market! “

Tatiana Koffman, Forbes

“Satochip sharpens curiosity and the desire to go further in the discovery of Bitcoin.”

Guillaume Chanut, Cryptoast

“A new and innovative approach to securing bitcoin keys.”

 BitcoinNews.com

Discover the right device for your needs

Satochip

Hardware wallet

The perfect entry-level crypto wallet to securely store and manage all your cryptocurrencies and NFTs.

Satodime

Giftable cold storage solution

The modern paper wallet that let you store, exchange and gift your prefered cryptocurrencies and NFTs.

Seedkeeper

Seedphrases and passwords manager

Don’t write your seedphrase on a piece of paper anymore! We offer you a hardware solution to store them properly.

Discover the products

Satochip

Hardware wallet

The perfect entry-level crypto wallet to securely store and manage all your cryptocurrencies and NFTs.

Satodime

Giftable cold storage solution

The modern paper wallet that let you store, exchange and gift your prefered cryptocurrencies and NFTs.

Seedkeeper

Seedphrases and passwords manager

Don’t write your seedphrase on a piece of paper anymore! We offer you a hardware solution to store them properly.

Illustration of the smart card Satodime bearer crypto card paired with an Apple iPhone.

Manage your assets
from mobile and desktop

Satochip’s software solutions are open-source and non vendor locking. It relies on well-known software clients such as Electrum, Sparrow, Uniblow, MyEtherWallet or Metamask. Our solutions are available for Linux, MacOS and Windows, as well as iOS and Android.

  • New integrations are being rolled out regularly.

Manage your assets anywhere

Satochip’s software solutions are open-source and non vendor locking. It relies on well-known software clients such as Electrum, Sparrow, Uniblow, MyEtherWallet or Metamask. Our solutions are available for Linux, MacOS and Windows, as well as iOS and Android.

Illustration of the smart card Satodime bearer crypto card paired with an Apple iPhone.
  • New integrations are being rolled out regularly.

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Good to know

1. What is a crypto wallet?2023-11-14T12:33:17+01:00

A crypto wallet is like your leather wallet. If you want to hodl Bitcoin, Ethereum, NFTs or any other cryptocurrencies then you need a wallet to store them.

When you set up a wallet, you automatically get a pair of cryptographic keys; the public key and the private key. These keys enable you to authenticate and validate transactions, or view your account balance.

There are two types of wallet: hardware and software. A software wallet will store your pair of keys locally on your phone, tablet or computer, while the hardware wallet will store them in a highly secure chip.

2. How does a crypto wallet work?2023-08-28T11:58:57+02:00

The materialization of cryptocurrency is represented by a pair of cryptographic keys: the public key and the private key.

Once you have these keys, you are the one and only owner of your cryptocurrency.

The public key is comparable to your bank account number. It enables you to receive cryptocurrencies. You can share it to third parties without compromising the security of your wallet.

The private key, on the other hand, is strictly personal. It allows you to spend the coins and tokens in your wallet. It must never be divulged, and must be stored in a secure element.

3. Hot wallet vs Cold wallet, what to choose?2023-08-30T11:39:59+02:00

There are two types of wallets: hot and cold.

The hot wallet is a software application installed on your computer or smartphone and connected to the Internet. Most often free of charge, this type of wallet is ideal for everyday handling. It’s convenient, mobile and easy to use.

But the threat is real! Your private keys are stored locally on your equipment, accessible to viruses and other Internet threats.

Your cold wallet, on the other hand, is a dedicated, offline device. Your private keys are isolated in a specially designed piece of hardware, called the Secure Element.

Satochip is a cold wallet, also known as a hardware wallet. The chip acts as a secure element, protecting your private keys from online threats.

4. Do I need a hardware wallet?2023-08-30T10:41:09+02:00

You’ve probably heard this “not your keys, not your coins“.

Indeed, as long as you’re not the sole custodian of your private keys, your cryptocurrencies probably don’t belong to you.

When you leave your cryptocurrencies on an exchange platform, you’re delegating your wealth to that platform. It can, at any time and arbitrarily, cut off access to your account, depriving you of your assets. When you use a hot wallet, such as a web extension, your private keys are stored on your computer. They are therefore vulnerable to Internet threats.

So yes, if you value your cryptocurrencies, use a hardware wallet to store your private keys offline, in dedicated equipment.

5. Why open source matters?2023-08-30T10:57:53+02:00

There are many phrases you’ll come across on your Bitcoin journey, one of them is “Don’t trust, verify!“.

Bitcoin is open source. The open source nature of a solution gives power and independence back to people.

Satochip is driven by this noble mission and offers fully open source solutions. Everyone is welcome to study and verify the content.

Open source matters! Don’t trust, verify!

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Illustration of the NFC smart card and Bitcoin, Ethereum and NFT tokens.

Tokens available

Satochip

Bitcoin ($BTC), Litecoin ($LTC), Bitcoin Cash ($BCH), Ethereum ($ETH), ERC-20 tokens, ERC-721 tokens (NFTs), Binance Coin ($BNB) and the BEP-20 tokens. As well as all EVM-compatible blockchain tokens. It’s more than +1000 coins or tokens.

Satodime

Bitcoin ($BTC), Litecoin ($LTC), Bitcoin Cash ($BCH), Ethereum ($ETH), ERC-20 tokens, and ERC-721 tokens (NFTs).

Tokens available

Satochip

Bitcoin ($BTC), Litecoin ($LTC), Bitcoin Cash ($BCH), Ethereum ($ETH), ERC-20 tokens, ERC-721 tokens (NFTs), Binance Coin ($BNB) and the BEP-20 tokens. As well as all EVM-compatible blockchain tokens. It’s more than +1000 coins or tokens.

Satodime

Bitcoin ($BTC), Litecoin ($LTC), Bitcoin Cash ($BCH), Ethereum ($ETH), ERC-20 tokens, and ERC-721 tokens (NFTs).

Illustration of the NFC smart card and Bitcoin, Ethereum and NFT tokens.

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