Crypto Privacy Coin Wallet

WALLETS FOR YOUR PREFERRED PLATFORM

At Present Zed Wallet is working with Particl Technology and is separate from our Gas, Power
and Fuel ordering and payment app for mobiles,  We are in the process of Linking and Merging apps.
Download your preferred ZED wallet here:

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Cold Storage Wallets

Cold Storage wallets are not as quickly accessible, but more secure than hot wallets. Ideal for longer term holdings, where security is preferred over convenience.

  • Trezor wallet 

  • Ledger wallet 

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PART tokens can be staked on the Nano S without requiring a connection to the internet and circumvents the security issues of desktop and mobile wallets, which asks for passwords and sensitive data on potentially compromised devices. Unlike hot wallets, malicious agents cannot extract private keys from cold wallets.

 

The latter also requires the owner to make physical key presses on the device, without which tokens cannot be sent. — good news for users looking for increased security and accessibility when it comes to their cryptocurrencies.

Not only can users now securely send and receive Particl, even on a compromised computer, cold staking is also fully supported. With no private key exchange between the hardware wallet itself and the host computer, users can safely interact with their wallets even in insecure environments.

Particl is the only project build on the Bitcoin codebase that uses RingCT and CT, which makes transactions

(sent and received) untraceable.

Particl also became the first PoS coin to support cold staking when it was released to their mainnet last November.

No technical loopholes need to be jumped, just simply download the application to manage a wallet, and you’re good to go. From there, users can delete the hardware’s staking powers to a node, and sit back to earn passive income from a cold storage wallet.

What is Staking and Cold Staking?

Staking is an energy efficient alternative to Proof of Work mining. Instead of using dedicated mining rigs to produce coins, users with a balance and an active network connection are able to compete for blocks and earn additional coins. Those coins can also begin to stake, making POS coins a potentially profitable investment.

The disadvantage is that the wallet must remain open and connected to the network in order for blocks to be minted, making coins targets for hackers. Particl solves this with their cold staking, where users can contribute to network security even while the coins are offline.

Ledger Makes Cold Staking With Particl Easy

Users are also able to actively participate in voting governance as well as provide consensus for stake rewards, making Partcl one of the easiest POS coins to handle, but also the first Ledger supported crypto to cold stake.

While Ledger Live is a great way to check your overall portfolio and track movements through the days and weeks, Particl’s offerings are more than just cold staking.

While Particl Core supports Ledger wallets, Particl also offers another wallet called “Partcl Desktop,” which is a GUI based wallet, and is currently their flagship product that encompasses all features the cryptocurrency has to offer.

In combination with the marketplace platform, the privacy-based cryptocurrency offers users the ability maintain their voting and staking rights from cold storage.

For a tutorial on how to get your own Ledger hardware wallet to safely store Particl, check out this wiki.

For more information on the project.