We’re happy to announce our hardware wallet integration — built especially for Ledger.
A wallet is only as good as its security.
Using a hardware wallet — such as a Ledger device — allows you both convenience and a high degree of security.
Put simply: a cold wallet is: (i)…
Umami’s implementation of the Beacon Protocol is quite impactful and empowering.
The degree of convenience and access dramatically improved practically overnight due to the flexibility and power integrated within the Beacon network.
In order to benefit from the Beacon Protocol in Umami, you firstly need to pair your wallet with…
Managing your keys is a crucial concept to understand when using a cryptocurrency wallet.
Note: the scope of this article is for users who need basic security without the use of a hardware wallet. As of the time of writing, Umami does not support hardware wallets, but it will soon.
In order to facilitate easier and broader adoption, we have added since v0.3.5 support for various recovery phrase lengths: 12, 15 or 24 words.
This enables Umami to import secrets from all other Tezos wallets (that we know of).
The Umami Wallet is aimed at power users, in that it provides all advanced features supported by Tezos.
One interesting differentiator for Umami is that it is built by and for OCaml developers (of which there are many in the Tezos community); the main language used in Umami is ReasonML…
Applying Risk Management in the context of Technology is not straightforward for management — and here’s the shocker… it is even less so for the tech team.
Technology is great, isn’t it? It just works
… except when it doesn’t.
The truth is beneath the slick UX is a gory…
… and what do you get? Risk Management!
It bears repeating — but I’ll only say this once: regulators are a big fan of the Risk-Based approach.
This means that risks are to be: