Hardware Wallets - What Makes Them Secure?
Date: August 07, 2018 19:00 - 21:00
Location: Garage Society, 9/F, 33 Des Voeux Central, Central, Hong Kong
(Short walk from Exit B, Central Station)
Cryptocurrency wallets are promoted as easy-to-use and secure alternatives to keeping your coins on a computer or phone. What makes a hardware wallet secure, and under what circumstances can they be broken?
Tangem co-founder Andrew Pantyukhin will explain how assured microelectronics works, review hypothetical and commonly used attacks and ways to defend against them. Andrew will compare the architecture of popular wallets such as Ledger, Trezor and OpenDime with Tangem.
About the Speaker: Andrew Pantyukhin comes from a technical background and is focusing on product and growth at Tangem. He was previously in venture capital and helping early-stage startups refine products at scale
(You can find the slides here](/media/2018/08/hardware.pdf)