As we have always stated, we believe that unity is strength. We seek relationships with leading firms to nurture our professionalism, transparency and security-first business culture and to reinforce our commitment to quality and client satisfaction. This is why we are very happy to announce our recent partnership deals with Changelly and Simplex.
Changelly is a non-custodial exchange that acts as an intermediary between the user and the cryptocurrency trading platforms. Founded in 2015, Changelly is one of the leading exchanges in the crypto ecosystems with more than 2M monthly traffic. They provide a hassle-free process that integrates seamlessly with our application for anyone who wants to invest and store cryptos.
Simplex is an EU-licensed financial institution that recently had become a Principal Member of the Visa network. Founded in 2014, Simplex is trusted by major cryptocurrency exchanges like Binance. They process online credit card payments utilizing fraud analysis, risk management, and domain expertise. They operate with +45 cryptocurrencies and +50 fiat currencies making crypto purchases available for almost anyone.
How do Simplex and Changelly work with HASHWallet?
HASHWallet works based on sets of instructions sent from the Manager App that operates with our HASHWallet Operation Language (HOLa). These sets of instructions are designed openly and transparently by our team or by any external collaborator and it is securely signed by eSignus to avoid malicious modifications. Once the community validates the information that will be sent to the card, any HASHWallet owner will be able to use it without requiring a new firmware version. Therefore, the HOLa interpreter will turn HASHWallet into the world’s first hardware wallet to process and securely store practically all of the crypto assets that Changelly and Simplex list.
With the added layer of security that HASHWallet provides, the integration with Changelly and Simplex will definitely open a trustful, experience-rich gateway for the most demanding users.