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New Hardware Bitcoin Wallet - secure and easy-to-use.
« on: December 12, 2014, 05:06:38 PM »

Case Wallet - The world’s most secure and easy-to-use bitcoin wallet.

Register at the bottom of our website for a chance to be one of the ten lucky people to receive a Case for free.


 We built a dedicated hardware wallet that's easier to use than a credit card and more secure than a bank vault... a grandma-proof bitcoin wallet. We promise to deliver on both of these fronts. No compromises.

    A wallet that fits in your wallet
    Multi-signature, multi-factor
    Works worldwide
    Designed and built in the USA

Why We Exist

Needless to say, we are huge fans of Bitcoin. We believe it holds the promise of a reimagined finance industry so our ultimate mission is the mainstream adoption of Bitcoin. Unfortunately, the existing ecosystem of bitcoin wallets fails to address the difficulty of using and securing bitcoin. Software wallets fall prey to viruses, malware, hackers, and physical theft or loss. Anyone who thinks that we can educate general consumers about the importance of backing up their private keys or the diligence required to avoid installing some kind of malware is sadly mistaken. The first cloud wallets were also insecure because they are still accessed from a general purpose computing device that can download stuff from the Internet, so no matter how secure those servers are, there’s still a single point of failure and a pretty weak one at that.

To fix “the security problem” cloud wallets began to add two-factor authentication, which greatly reduced the odds of your wallet being compromised but think about the sequence of steps required to buy a cup of coffee – unlock your phone, launch the wallet app, click Send BTC, scan a QR code, minimize the app, launch Google Authenticator, copy the 2FA code, switch back to the wallet app, paste the 2FA code, and hit send. That’s ten steps! The pursuit of security has created complexity and led to an extremely cumbersome experience relative to existing payment options like credit cards, destroying any incentive for the average user to adopt Bitcoin.

Security and ease-of-use can’t exist on a spectrum where you get one or the other, or a compromise of the two. The promise of Bitcoin is too great to settle or make a compromise and that’s why we are building Case. We like to say that we’re building the world’s first grandma-proof bitcoin wallet and while that’s a cheesy marketing line, it really does speak to the ethos of what we’re doing. A wallet doesn’t just need to be hacker-proof. It has to be user-proof. It has to be easier to use than a credit card and more secure than a bank vault or the mainstream adoption of Bitcoin will remain but a dream.

How Case Works

When you press the ฿ button, the device turns on and jumps right into the “Send bitcoin sequence”. The ฿ button also cycles through the other features of the wallet but we wanted “Send” to be one click away since that’s the primary purpose of a payment device. After a quick view of the spiffy splash screen you see in the picture above, the camera turns on so you can scan the payment info QR code. The screen shows what the camera sees so you can use it as viewfinder to make scanning the QR code easier. Once Case detects and reads the QR code, the screen shows you the amount and address, asking you to swipe your finger to confirm the transaction. That’s it – click, scan, swipe; three easy steps that take less time than swiping a credit card, printing the signature receipt, and putting your John Hancock down on that piece of paper.

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