How Digipulse works
Digipulse ensures that all user digital assets and crypto wallets are stored in a decentralised vault and will automatically be transferred to selected recipients based on activity signals received from connected API integrations.
As cryptocurrency increases in both adoption and value, so does the necessity to secure digital asset longevity and transfer/distribution mechanisms. And since complete digitalization is still at a relatively early stage, most online services do not consider the potential digital asset loss of their users a legitimate problem.
Decentralised asset safeguarding.
The decentralisation era has provided the perfect timing for setting up an asset encryption and distribution storage service. Digipulse users can encrypt, split and store information on multiple devices across the world in a decentralised manner. The very nature of data decentralization renders all stored information unreconstructable without the security answers of the recipient or the encryption key known only to the original vault creator.
The ‘Pulse network’ has enabled Digipulse to automate the access transfer send-out process by using various web based integrations to receive user activity notifications. Asset owners don’t even need to notify their selected recipient(s) of any assets beforehand, since the ‘Pulse network’ takes care of automatic data distribution in case a user’s activity drops to zero.
The digital safe or ‘media vault’ can contain any types of files – documents, images and even cryptocurrency wallet keys. As a service provider, Digipulse doesn’t have access to any information users store in their private vaults.
Key management simplified.
“We live not by things, but by the meaning of things. It is needful to transmit the passwords from generation to generation.” – Antoine de Saint-Exupery
Apart from passing assets on to others, Digipulse can also be utilised as a password backup. Cases of users being unable to access a deceased loved one’s accounts are becoming increasingly common. Digipulse proactively tackles this issue by means of keeping one’s passwords in a digital vault, with the guarantee that, in case of inactivity, they will automatically be transferred to the designated party.
Digipulse can also be used as an automated backup – instead of entering someone else’s email address, entering your own address will ensure that in case of hardware damage or software malfunction, your vault’s contents will be stored in an encrypted vault and ultimately sent to yourself.
New Age Will and Testament
Digital Heritage. No third parties.
“It is not the honor that you take with you, but the heritage you leave behind.” – Branch Rickey
A will or testament containing traditional assets, such as property, stocks, or any other tangible assets is a fundamental aspect of the laws that govern our society. Digital and cryptocurrency asset inheritance, is on the other hand, a relatively unregulated field with many potential pitfalls.
Cryptocurrencies are a virtual form of money (depending on the jurisdiction) protected by unbreakable cryptography. This attribute makes them a secure way of storing wealth, but also creates the risk of forever losing access to one’s digital wallet in case of death or loss of memory. This can become a major problem for the relatives of individuals who have invested into an ever growing cryptocurrency market.
One of the potential solutions would be to include a person’s cryptocurrency wallet information right alongside their bank accounts and other assets in their will. Unfortunately, if this happens, anyone who can access the will would also be able to empty the wallet before a recipient would be able to view it.
Another option is to prepare a handwritten guide on how to access one’s assets, online accounts and cryptocurrencies and hide it in a secure location that only specific people know about. But this too has certain vulnerabilities, e.g. someone accessing such a storage while the asset owner is still alive or the only other person privy to the location meeting an unexpected fate themselves.
Digipulse solves the aforementioned issues by providing a platform where users can encrypt their data and store it in a distributed, decentralised manner.
Additionally, asset owners don’t need to notify their selected recipient(s) of these assets beforehand, since the “Pulse network” takes care of automatic data distribution in case a user’s activity drops to zero. And because recipients are not informed about the existence of any assets beforehand, they cannot access them. Digipulse is thus one of the safest solutions currently available.