Patented One-Directional
No-Attack Vector Connection

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Novel Cryptographic Security Solution

GK8’s proprietary technology allows financial institutions to execute the entire digital asset management process, including sending transactions to the blockchain, without direct or indirect connection to the Internet. This technique bypasses core assumptions related to digital assets, blockchain-based, transfers, unlike all commercialized wallet solutions that, at some point, interface directly or indirectly with the Internet.

HOT WALLETS IS AWAYS VULNERABLE

BI DIRECTIONAL - COLD BECOMES HOT

Alternative Solutions are Hackable

The existing solutions, whether hot-wallet or cold-wallet, are eventually connected to the Internet. Hot-wallet private keys are stored with cloud technology and cold-wallet private key hardware is eventually connected with the Internet through an USB, SD card or thumb drive.

Hackers Invest Millions to Steal Billions

GK8 doesn’t just decentralize keys, we make them unreachable

Hackers search for attack vectors that can allow them to modify transaction policies and transaction data before reaching the blockchain, making even decentralize private key solutions still potentially hackable.

GK8 Eliminates the Attack Vector.
The technology knows how to sign policies and transactions within the GK8 unreachable wallet. Once it has been signed, the policy or transaction cannot be changed.

  • A Cold Wallet That Can't Be Hacked A novel cryptographic technique that can eliminate the critical attack vector and block attackers' influence on security-critical components.

  • Five Registered Patents Five registered patents back GK8's system

A New Standard of Key Storage Solution

01Web Wallets:

  • Vulnerable to phishing
  • Exchange compromises

03Paper Wallet:

  • Error-prone configuration
  • Assets accessed on untrusted devices

05Multi Signature address:

  • To few party to compromise
  • Slow access

02Software Wallets:

  • Single point of failure
  • No risk assessment

04Consumer Hardware Wallets:

  • Vulnerable indirect Internet connection
  • Poor backup methodology

01Web Wallets:

  • Vulnerable to phishing
  • Exchange compromises

02Software Wallets:

  • Single point of failure
  • No risk assessment

03Paper Wallet:

  • Error – prone configuration
  • Assets accessed on untrusted devices

04Consumer hardware wallets:

  • Indirect Internet connection
  • Poor backup methodology

05Multi Signature address:

  • To few party to compromise
  • Slow access

GK8 UNREACHABLE COLD WALLET