We would love your input and feedback on our latest project. We have a landing page for the project at [https://www.airpasswallet.com](https://www.airpasswallet.com/).
We believe that there will eventually be a hybrid approach to “wallets” depending on the purpose; convenient hot wallets and secure cold/hardware wallets. Considering the current state of cold/hardware wallets, they are ok for us current Bitcoin enthusiasts and early adopters, but they are too complicated for mass adoption. We want to bridge that gap.
We have created a cold/hardware wallet for your passwords with our Stash Password Manager product ([https://stashpasswordmanager.com](https://stashpasswordmanager.com/)) using our patented Island Technology. Here is a YouTube link to an explainer video on how it works: [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ON9EbPan28](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ON9EbPan28). We created an air-gapped computer that interacts like a tap card with your phone that requires the user to physically engage with the device for it to work, with no battery or cables. This gives the user ultimate control over their data. This is not an NFC tag but we do use NFC communication.
We hope to use this technology to help Bitcoin adoption by making using Bitcoin as simple to use as something people are already used to using, like a tap credit card.
Some topics we hope to discuss here are:
\- What pain points you are facing with existing products on the market?
\- What do you wish existing products let you do or didn’t force you to do?
\- What features are must-haves in a hardware wallet, and what are extras?
\- We can add almost anything to our cards, such as a display, fingerprint reader, light indicators, and input keypad, but what is that simple combination of features that is necessary for functionality but provides a streamlined user experience? Remember, the device engages with a phone, so some features may be better suited to be directly on the phone.
\- Is there a need for a digital seed storage device as non-technical people are already overwhelmed with just the idea of having to keep a seed recovery phrase let alone trying to use Bitcoin?
I look forward to the open discussion!
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