HASHWallet project update: new product features, and yes, new timing

Dear supporter,

It’s been a while since our latest project update. In eSignus, we are very grateful for all the support received from our community; your help is moving the HASHWallet project forward and will make it happen very soon. Your support is especially meaningful to us in these challenging times that all of us had to face.

What are we dealing with

2020 is turning out to be a strange year, to say the least. The pandemic has affected us all globally and has triggered a ripple effect on our supply chain. Although we have tried to keep the momentum going from the beginning, the coronavirus has hit hard, especially in Europe, where the eSignus team and its main partners operate. Luckily, our team has not been personally affected by the virus, but inevitably so had the development timeframe.

We sincerely apologise on behalf of everyone at eSignus for announcing a change in the HASHWallet roadmap due to an operational delay in our development chain. As transparency is a pillar of our business culture, we have to inform our supporters about the events that have caused this change.

In short, we are fighting against the same obstacles that everyone have experienced since the beginning of this year. But our mission is to face them all and respond efficiently. We are resilient and have taken actions to overcome these problems in the best possible way and continue to move forward with determination.

How do we counter these challenges?

As Roy T. Bennett recently wrote:

Turn obstacles into opportunities and problems into possibilities.

That’s right. The best way to fight a problem is to face it and turn it upside down. And that’s what we are doing in eSignus.

However, all the efforts of eSignus and our partners could not avoid a change in the roadmap as initially planned. We have analysed every variable and scenario to set a new, realistic, and precise schedule in these uncertain times.


And now, the good news

We know that we are in debt to our founders and the entire HASHWallet community. Although the pandemic paralysed much of the world, we have doubled both human and financial efforts to improve the product in many ways and maintain confidence:

Most of these improvements are a direct response to the feedback and suggestions received from our continuous connection with our community. We want to strongly emphasise that these enhancements have no additional cost to our HASHWallet founders.

Besides, we would like to thank our founders for their patience with a unique compensation. Those users who have acquired their HASHWallet during the crowdfunding campaign will receive a complementary recovery card at no extra charge.

And that’s not all. In the coming weeks, we will announce the launch of a new service that will enhance and expand the HASHWallet ecosystem for its users. Also, we will reveal soon the improvements and redesign of this new version of the smartcard. Stay tuned for upcoming news!

We are rebuilding our hardware wallet. A new design and features will be revealed soon!

The world has considerably changed since we first scheduled our roadmap. The whole eSignus team and every hardware production partner visualised these goal achievements as expected. Sadly, none of us could imagine the scale of this adversity. It is still hard to believe how COVID has affected so many mechanisms in our daily lives. But one thing is for sure: we believe that the pandemic has joined us together, making us stronger by taking care of each of us as members of this ever-evolving society. We feel truly privileged to rely on so many encouraging, understanding and loyal supporters. We wish nothing more than your safety and to distribute a product that makes us feel proud of what we are all achieving together.


Daniel Hernández Rodríguez

eSignus is a consultancy firm experienced in the financial, technology and crypto security sectors. We run HASHWallet, the most secure hardwallet in the market.

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