SecuX V20 Hardware Wallet
SecuX V20 Hardware Wallet
SecuX V20 Hardware Wallet
Cryptocurrency has never been as easy to exchange as it is now. With the SecuX V20 hardware wallet, sending and receiving currency is a cinch. With the SecuX V20 wallet, you can also have more than one wallet and hundreds of accounts at your fingertips with protection for your digital assets.
And this mode of coin exchange is safer and more secure than ever before. With pin words, layers of authentication, and offline seed phrase recovery, SecuX V20 hardware wallets are stable hardware wallets that support thousands of cryptocurrencies and tokens. This includes the basics like Bitcoin and Litecoin.
About the SecuX V20 Hardware Wallet
Of all the SecuX hardware, the V20 hardware wallet is the top of the line. It supports Bitcoin and Ethereum-based tokens alike. These wallets have Hierarchal Deterministic (HD) capabilities that have high-security options, ease, and flexibility.
And when you store your private code offline, with the recovery phrase option, you create cold storage protection for your assets. Another aspect of the SecuX V20 is that you can manage ERC-20 tokens by integrating a third-party wallet.
The modern V20 hardware wallet outperforms the others in its league. It has an ergonomic power button, the most modern touchscreen option, and an overall stronger build. Compared to others, the SecuX V20 is just a much better product for exchanging with a crypto hardware wallet.
Features of the SecuX V20 Crypto Hardware Wallet
There are several outstanding features of the SecuX device that make it stand out from the rest. These features are both functional and aesthetically attractive.
Simple firmware updates
Easy charging with laptops/easy connection with USB
2.8-inch full-color touchscreen
SecuX V20 Hardware Wallet Security Features
Just as important as aesthetics and ease of use, these safety features provide peace of mind. These features include:
CC EAL 5+ secure element chip/ Military level security enables ultimate safety
Aluminum rugged case
Protected chain of production
Hidden wallet feature
On-screen address verification
Installation and Setup of the SecuX V20 Hardware Wallet
Installing the device requires initialization beforehand to ensure you received a new device and not a refurbished option.
There is no pin code on the device when it comes directly from the manufacturer. When you initialize the V20, you will be prompted to add your own private key for security. If you are not prompted to enter a custom key, contact customer support.
Device Set Up and Vault-Grade Security
Charge your device. Do this by connecting the USB cable to the USB connector, then plug into an outlet. It's recommended that you charge the V20 for 2 hours.
After the device is charged, set a personal pin. This pin should be between 4-and 8 digits. You will need this pin every time you use the device. If you fail to log in 5 times, the V20 will reset. In situations like this, you will need to conduct the recovery process with the seed key.
At this point, you can name your device and then create your wallet. As you do this, you can generate a recovery seed phrase of up to 24 letters to create a hidden wallet entryway. This, in addition to the secure element, will provide another layer of protection.
Use this phrase whenever you cannot get into your device or have lost your device. You should store the seed phrase physically on specialized metal plates, and hide them from others. Thus you will literally have a hidden wallet with hidden accounts. This will ensure zero transaction leakage.
Where you Should Not Store Your Seed Phrase
Refrain from storing your recovery information online. Although this may seem like the best place to store your important information, it can be at risk of being stolen by cyber thieves. Also, do not use a zip drive to store your recovery key either, as this device can be accidentally destroyed or lost.
While writing your seed word on paper may seem harmless and easy to do, it's not the best option either. Paper can be thrown away, lost, or destroyed as well. In some cases, these papers will degrade and numbers become illegible. These are the main reasons why storing this important information on aluminum or stainless steel plates provide a more permanent solution.
After setting a recovery phrase the V20 will generate private keys based on these seed phrase words. The private key will be stored within the element of the device. After this has been done, the device will return to its regular operation mode.
Introduction and Bluetooth Functionality
On the device's screen of all hardware wallets, there is the main menu. Within the settings on any of the SecuX wallets, choose the Bluetooth option. Turn on the Bluetooth option to connect with your wifi-enabled computer or mobile device.
Enter the one-time password to pair devices. Now you can browse the other options provided with the SecuX V20 wallet.
Weight and Dimensions
The device weighs 4.2 ounces and has dimensions of 0.59 x 3.86 x 3.86 inches. The device is light and small enough to carry in a purse, suitcase, pocket, or other types of carrying cases.
Compatibility and Software
The SecuX hardware wallet is compatible with several operating systems. You can connect with Windows, Mac OS, Linux computers, and iOS devices like smartphones and iPads. All this can be done by either using Bluetooth connectivity or with the USB cord.
What's in the Box?
There are several components within the SecuX hardware wallet package. Products and accessories include:
SecuX V20 Hardware wallet
A protective microfiber drawstring pouch
USB-C to USB-A cable
A getting started guide
A separate page with information about solving common issues, enabling Bluetooth capabilities, and how to update the firmware on the device.
The more modern crypto harware wallet, SecuX V20 supports over a thousand various crypto coins and tokens. Some of these include, USD coin (USDC), Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Litecoin (LTC), Ripple (XRT), Ethereum (ETH), DigiByte (DGB), Binance (BNB), Groesltecoin (GRS), Stellar (XLM), ERC-20, Dashcoin (DASH), Dogecoin (DOGE), Tron (TRX), Tether USD (USDT), HEX, SHIBA INU (SHIB), Venus (XVS), Trust Wallet (TWT), Jointer (JNTR), JUST (JST), SUN, HUSD, Bridge Token (BRG), Wrapped BTC (WBTC), and many more. In the near future, there are plans to add even more tokens and currency options to this list.