According to Fortune Magazine, there are more than 4 million Bitcoin (BTC) that have been lost forever – a big problem in the eyes of Digipulse (DGPT). This platform, which is launching tomorrow, is hoping to tackle the issue of people losing access to their cryptocurrency wallets. It’s a very bad situation in the crypto market, and it’s also probably a big turn-off for a lot of would-be blockchain users that don’t see the point in taking such a risk.
This type of thing doesn’t really happen in the fiat money sector because centralization and the corporate controllers of the world at least have some sort of accountability. On top of just losing access to your wallet, there are a ton of other things that can go wrong when you are just trying to move funds around. You can accidentally send something to the wrong recipient, you can easily copy and paste something incorrectly, and a whole litany of other human-based errors.
Digipulse (DGPT) has built a platform that can supposedly help alleviate these things, and this is how they describe the product on their site:
“Ensuring that the right parties receive your valuables has never been easier. Digipulse allows you to encrypt, store and appoint recipients to your digital assets with a few simple steps. Your data will be delivered automatically and optionally – anonymously.”
The product is a multitude of things: an inheritable digital safe, a password manager and a will and testament for your old age.
Anyway, this product is launching tomorrow, June 30, and they are holding a special offer to kick things off:
🚀✨🌖 Digipulse will be LAUNCHED on July 1st! Here's everything you need to know:
1️⃣ 30-day free trial
— Digipulse (@DigiPulseIO) June 6, 2018
If any of you guys are interested in what this product, which seems to be designed for serious crypto users instead of casual investors, you can check out more details here.
If Digipulse (DGPT) ends up rolling out smoothly and delivering on its promises, then it could be a serious solution toward the goal of mass adoption.
What do you guys think?
Disclaimer: This article should not be taken as, and is not intended to provide, investment advice. Please conduct your own thorough research before investing in any cryptocurrency.