As cryptocurrencies emerge as the new monetary system, we'll need new types of wallets in order to keep our property safe. Hardware wallets are the safest way to store cryptocurrencies and other tokenized assets.
The user maintains custody of the private keys and can use them offline to sign transactions. Moving your keys offline (cold storage) makes them unreachable for hackers, malware or other malicious actors.
Even though hardware wallets are the safest way to store your assets, they still have some debilities. Hardware hacking is the act of extracting information directly from the chip.
Traditional hardware wallet manufacturers have overlooked this aspect for years and implemented poor tamperproofing mechanisms. Their devices have too many buttons, ports and deficient design, which makes accessing the chip without triggering the tamperproofing easy.
Ghost is at the forefront of next-generation hardware wallets. Our approach is simple: identify all possible attack vectors and block them!