in cryptocurrency has been stolen so far in 2018
of exchanges have experienced security breaches
of all Bitcoin in circulation were stolen
The Base Zero
To prevent rogue actions by a single actor, all transactions must be signed by multiple signatories.
24/7 REAL-TIME ACCESS
Enjoy the convenience of an online workflow combined with secure, offline storage.
Air-gapped signing devices eliminate the risk of network-borne attacks. With Base Zero, your keys never touch a networked device.
OPEN SOURCE SIGNER
Our offline signing devices are constructed from off-the-shelf components. This makes it extremely difficult for an attacker to intercept and alter them in the supply chain.
When a third party custodian controls your keys, they can lose or freeze your assets—but with Base Zero’s self-custody solution, your assets will not be exposed to any person or third party entity not expressly authorized by you. Stay in control with self-custody.
Want to integrate with other systems, or develop your own workflow? We’ve got you covered.
The world’s most advanced security system for cryptocurrency.
Matt has more than twenty years of experience in the software industry, and he has played a key management role in many start-ups during that time. Before joining Base Zero on a full-time basis, Matt was CTO and CISO of Denizen (BBVA), an innovative and international virtual bank that he helped to develop from its incubator stage. Matt’s leadership was also essential to the launch and expansion of Ubuntu, where he was CTO for the company’s first seven years.
Miron is a technologist with a passion for security. He also has an extensive track record as a successful entrepreneur. Miron founded Cryptocorp, the Gitian project, FillZ, and Blockstack, an enterprise blockchain infrastructure which sold to Digital Asset. Miron was most recently a distinguished engineer at Digital Asset, where he led the server team that was responsible for delivering a production-ready private blockchain solution.
Ken specializes in server security and cryptography. As the founder and principal engineer of Bonsai Software, a consulting service that’s been in business for twenty years, Ken has worked on security for many clients. He was responsible for designing Kontiki’s internal X.509 certificate authority, and he implemented SSL connections between Aerospike clients and servers. Ken is also the author of Wallet32 for bitcoin, the first mobile HD wallet.
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