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Ruben Merre CEO and Co-Founder of NGRAVE.io takes us through onboarding and a live demo of how powerful and easy to use the NGRAVE Zero is to secure and own what is truly yours.
01:10 Digital assets
06:05 Strong private keys
11:00 External source
15:10 Help from the device
Ruben Merre is the CEO of Ngrave: a tech company on a mission to make the world of blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies a safer place, and as a result sustain and co-nurture its continued development and widespread adoption. To this end, Ngrave is developing an ultra secure blockchain hardware wallet solution for safe-keeping one's cryptocurrency investments, in collaboration with tech giant IMEC and a world-renowned team of cryptography and hardware security experts.View the profile
Hi everyone, and welcome to this session on securing and truly owning your digital about my name is sleeping and I'm founder and CEO of angry and we are on a mission to Pioneer and Perfecter digital projection people businesses and Beyond can be in power to take to ownership of what is theirs and we hope that would include you as well. I want to remind you that you have a lot of digital assets to that. They are not really yours in terms of ownership tree what you truly Owen something means in the blockchain and put her up for what does it take for you to start from? The
only one is yours in five a demo first solution ever that empowers you to do this. The first of all I think about this you would rather leave your house without your spouse that we got your phone. Maybe don't tell your spouse but you probably know that it's true and that means that we no longer go online release online today are digital assets and they're not owned by you. They are owned by third-party intermediary Facebook owns your social identity Google as your search history and the bank so your money. So what does it actually mean truly only?
What is yours as a matter of fact until this day is fairly simple statement never true International System when you have your money at a bank, for example, you never really own your money. They can tell you with any point in time that the $100,000 was he had with them that they never seen the transaction you made yesterday never happened. You're not even in their clientele base when you have a house with a certificate of ownership. Maybe there's a centralized database. Tell you that the piece of paper is worthless and at your house is owned by somebody else. So any
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