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6 Reviews for D’CENT Biometric Wallet

  1. Sandor

    Device battery keeps maximum few hours, synchronization with phone takes lot of time, finally I accepted all this bugs and started to use device, but begun new problem. I can’t to send pout my coins from wallet, it’s giving me every time error that device not connected, however I tried to use few smartphones. I kindly ask seller contact me and help me to fix this problem, hope my coins not lost!!!

  2. Steve

    I do not really write many reviews, but I was a bit surprised by this product, that I felt obligated to write this.I personally think that having a hardware wallet is necessary to consider, if you wish to custody your own crypto. I do own the Trezor Model T, and I think it is a great device. I was only looking at the D’Cent Wallet as just a backup. However, I am blown away by the security of this device. You do not have to plug it into anything during the initial setup, so generating the seed phrase is completely done offline. And the fingerprint ID is a particularly good layer for signing transactions, that I feel that my funds are safer on this device than on my Trezor. The mobile app also offers direct access to DeFi and NFTs, as well to interact with desktops applications like Synthetix and Oasis via Wallet Connect.It is almost tempting to say that this device is better than my Trezor overall, but “almost” is the key word. I would need to mess around with the D’Cent Wallet more to have a better say on that.The reason for the 4 stars is because I feel that the app has a bit of a lag at times and signing transactions can take a bit longer with this device than the Trezor. My guess is that this is due to having a bluetooth connection vs a USB connection. Not necessarily a bad thing, given the offset is having an extra layer of security.

  3. ERIK

    This is a fantastic little gizmo with all the bells and whistles to keep your coin safe. It has a wide variety of different coins that can be safe guarded and I like that it is not permanently online or a software based only stronghold for assets. Biometrics work really well, it is easily connected to d’cent (the software counterpart) and both security features are outstanding. This is the first bitcoin wallet I have had so don’t really have a reference to compare it to but I’m very happy with my purchase. I do however find the security measures in other bitcoin investing platforms to be strong and sufficient with some being more secure and thorough in access and transactions but it’s a always nice to have assets under one’s own control.. so to speak. I’m sure hackers and theives are on the March trying to pin down weak spots on those platforms which the companies are working very hard to mitigate… at least i hope. The transfer into the wallet is nerve-racking as it seems one wrong move and your coins are lost to the cyber realm with no recovery available. Caution, I am finding out, with any and all transactions must be fully realized with inerrant risks aplenty. This adventure of investing bitcoin is NOT for the faint at heart but with this wallet it does surmount most of those fears. I reviewed many other wallets online, this being at the higher price point but well worth my purchase. A more advanced wallet in my assessment, still perfectly serviceable but definitely not a point and click, done in two.

  4. Andrew

    Despite what many will tell you, this is in fact the most secure wallet for regular, real world use. Why? Many don’t understand that real world security matters above all else.Example: your company decides to require everyone to have 24 character passwords with letters, numbers, characters, etc. In theory this is a stronger password, because it’s harder to guess but in practice people will forget it, be inconvenienced, etc. and therefore write it on a post-it or word doc. People might recycle passwords or be willing to share them. They may get locked out of their devices, waste valuable time dealing with password recovery, and all kinds of other issues. End result is actually less secure and a net negative.In this example, compare to a password manager that stores “strong” passwords and only requires a simple(r) password/pin and 2FA from a mobile app. End password is more difficult to obtain or brute force because it can be even longer and more complicated. Compliance is higher because it actually improves convenience. Overriding the 2FA aspect entails breaking past Face ID/fingerprint or otherwise exploiting access to the smartphone, cracking 2FA, etc. Still more layers of what is still fairly strong security to overcome. “But it has a fingerprint reader. Biometrics = bad”. Fingerprint reader is a massive plus. Pins can be guessed or a nefarious actor can just shoulder surf or record you entering the pin. Pins can be forgotten, and entering one on a small device is slow and cumbersome. May lead to setting an insecure pin, not bothering to transact with cold wallet for regular use, etc. Besides, you don’t have to use one if you don’t want to. Although all biometric data is stored in the wallet, never transmitted. Can still use pin in lieu or as a backup.“Bluetooth bad”. Unless you’re being targeted by someone who can break high encryption Bluetooth in the intermittent periods where your wallet is on, probably not a worry. In which case you’re being targeted; someone that determined to get into your wallet would resort to violence or coercion regardless of security measures…in which case you’d have far bigger problems.Beyond convenience, high encryption Bluetooth to iOS over a cellular connection has fewer weak points than a USB connection (in theory every piece of hardware in the computer can be exploited by someone determined enough).iOS is more secure than windows or MacOS, and browsers/browser extensions have their own vulnerabilities. Plus you’re likely using WiFi, which is ironically way less secure than high security Bluetooth. Or you’re having to boot into tails from a flash drive, which still doesn’t address the browser/WiFi issues.Small, easy to use, gorgeous screen (compared to competition).Also don’t need to wipe the device for software updates. That’s huge. Support for multiple wallets on multiple networks with the ability to add custom tokens makes it perfect for DeFi.You should be using a cold wallet, and the D’CENT makes that easy and convenient. Highly recommend.

  5. Roberto Lopez

    Easy to use and set up. The only question I have is how do I know that my D’CENT wallet was not been messed with or chip replaced if it’s coming from Amazon the seal could be a new seal new box new everything hackers are everywhere. Was it smart for me to buy from Amazon and not directly from D’CENT

  6. Alan B.

    It works for receiving anyway. Have not tried sending. Only have NFTs on there now. It seems cheaply made for something to secure valuables even though the key is the most important thing. Also seems very convoluted in setting up and using. Maybe I’m just to worried about making a mistake and making it seem that way but again for what it’s protecting should not be that way. Also see it as a obstacle bringing people into web 3

  7. Alec McKinnon

    Bought mine straight from Amazon (from Io trust which is the parent Korean company), got it nicely packaged and sealed. Set-up took time due to having to confirm the pins and recovery words but that’s a one-time thing and probably for the best. Updating the firmware and the using the app is also fairly simple, though I prefer other apps for exchanges.No issues with the bluetooth; it connects to my phone within 30 seconds and usually reads my fingerprint right the first scan. So far, I’ve had no problems, I just hope I don’t login one day to see my coins gone.Downsides? It’s feels cheap. Entirely made from plastic though it’s pricey. It’s also a bit too large to carry around.But it is easy to use and as long as it can protect the coins…

  8. Alec McKinnon

    So easy to set up, straight out of the box just follow the instructions on the screen. The biometric scanner works fantastic and sending crypto to the device couldn’t be easier. My only issues are that to update the firmware you have to install Google Crome. I personally don’t see the reason for this, as someone who uses Firefox and don’t particularly want Crome this is annoying. Also the site to buy crypto on the app is extortionate. To buy $30 of eth $25 would have been taken in fees, not a big issue as transferring crypto from an exchange with more reasonable fees is so easy but I would like to see some better exchanges supported from the app.If it wasn’t for those issues it would easily be a 5 star review as the wallet itself is fantastic

  9. Sab

    This is an great product and the thing I love about it is that it is very easy to use. Even someone who doesn’t have a clue can use it and protect there cryptos. The screen is a decent size compared to ledger nano x and this works out cheaper. If I had to say something bad it would be that it feels slightly cheaper quality (plastic) but to be honest it doesn’t bother me and I would choose ease of use and screen size over that any day of the week.

  10. Steve

    I do not really write many reviews, but I was a bit surprised by this product, that I felt obligated to write this.I personally think that having a hardware wallet is necessary to consider, if you wish to custody your own crypto. I do own the Trezor Model T, and I think it is a great device. I was only looking at the D’Cent Wallet as just a backup. However, I am blown away by the security of this device. You do not have to plug it into anything during the initial setup, so generating the seed phrase is completely done offline. And the fingerprint ID is a particularly good layer for signing transactions, that I feel that my funds are safer on this device than on my Trezor. The mobile app also offers direct access to DeFi and NFTs, as well to interact with desktops applications like Synthetix and Oasis via Wallet Connect.It is almost tempting to say that this device is better than my Trezor overall, but “almost” is the key word. I would need to mess around with the D’Cent Wallet more to have a better say on that.The reason for the 4 stars is because I feel that the app has a bit of a lag at times and signing transactions can take a bit longer with this device than the Trezor. My guess is that this is due to having a bluetooth connection vs a USB connection. Not necessarily a bad thing, given the offset is having an extra layer of security.

  11. Sandor

    Thanks very much for sending me a roller kit for a carpet cleaner! You must be way ahead of the game over Ledger and others that you can manage to store crypto on a sponge roller! Welcome to the digital age…we are all going to the crypto moon on a sponge!.Seriously, that attached photo is what I got from Amazon in box. I an now told I need to wait 2 weeks for a refund till this goes back to Germany from the UK. Also guess what, its going to be a as strange for you as it was for me when you get this back to the stores!What a waste of time. I now need to wait till I get this return confirmed before I can order a new one. Which I wont be doing with Amazon who are totally useless and dont want to know about it!

  12. Andrew

    Despite what many will tell you, this is in fact the most secure wallet for regular, real world use. Why? Many don’t understand that real world security matters above all else.Example: your company decides to require everyone to have 24 character passwords with letters, numbers, characters, etc. In theory this is a stronger password, because it’s harder to guess but in practice people will forget it, be inconvenienced, etc. and therefore write it on a post-it or word doc. People might recycle passwords or be willing to share them. They may get locked out of their devices, waste valuable time dealing with password recovery, and all kinds of other issues. End result is actually less secure and a net negative.In this example, compare to a password manager that stores “strong” passwords and only requires a simple(r) password/pin and 2FA from a mobile app. End password is more difficult to obtain or brute force because it can be even longer and more complicated. Compliance is higher because it actually improves convenience. Overriding the 2FA aspect entails breaking past Face ID/fingerprint or otherwise exploiting access to the smartphone, cracking 2FA, etc. Still more layers of what is still fairly strong security to overcome. “But it has a fingerprint reader. Biometrics = bad”. Fingerprint reader is a massive plus. Pins can be guessed or a nefarious actor can just shoulder surf or record you entering the pin. Pins can be forgotten, and entering one on a small device is slow and cumbersome. May lead to setting an insecure pin, not bothering to transact with cold wallet for regular use, etc. Besides, you don’t have to use one if you don’t want to. Although all biometric data is stored in the wallet, never transmitted. Can still use pin in lieu or as a backup.“Bluetooth bad”. Unless you’re being targeted by someone who can break high encryption Bluetooth in the intermittent periods where your wallet is on, probably not a worry. In which case you’re being targeted; someone that determined to get into your wallet would resort to violence or coercion regardless of security measures…in which case you’d have far bigger problems.Beyond convenience, high encryption Bluetooth to iOS over a cellular connection has fewer weak points than a USB connection (in theory every piece of hardware in the computer can be exploited by someone determined enough).iOS is more secure than windows or MacOS, and browsers/browser extensions have their own vulnerabilities. Plus you’re likely using WiFi, which is ironically way less secure than high security Bluetooth. Or you’re having to boot into tails from a flash drive, which still doesn’t address the browser/WiFi issues.Small, easy to use, gorgeous screen (compared to competition).Also don’t need to wipe the device for software updates. That’s huge. Support for multiple wallets on multiple networks with the ability to add custom tokens makes it perfect for DeFi.You should be using a cold wallet, and the D’CENT makes that easy and convenient. Highly recommend.

  13. Steven Abbott

    Durable materials and good battery life

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D’CENT Biometric Wallet

D'CENT Biometric Cold Wallet - Secure Cryptocurrency Storage.

Highlights
Secure cold wallet with easy navigation, no wallet reinstall required, supports MetaMask.
Pros

- Secure
- Convenient
- Sleek design

Cons

- Expensive
- Limited capacity
- Requires charging

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$119.00

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// DESCRIPTION

The D’CENT Biometric Cold Wallet is the perfect solution for those seeking a secure and convenient way to store their cryptocurrencies. With a focus on safety and ease-of-use, this wallet offers fingerprint authentication and EAL5+ secure chip technology, ensuring your keys and cryptos are always protected.

Some of the benefits of using the D’CENT cold wallet include the ability to store multiple cryptocurrencies all in one place, easy navigation with four buttons and PIN selection for added security, and a large screen that displays your private key at once for added convenience.

D’CENT works only with selected providers to ensure the best quality and longevity, and there’s no need to re-install all your wallets after each update. Additionally, the wallet supports browser extension wallets like MetaMask for a comprehensive Web3 experience.

If you’re concerned about the safety of your cryptocurrencies, investing in a secure hardware wallet like D’CENT is the first step towards a worry-free journey. Safe and user-friendly, D’CENT is an excellent choice for both beginners and experienced crypto enthusiasts. Plus, with a 30-day refund policy on Amazon with no questions asked, you can make your purchase risk-free.

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// FEATURES

  • Most secure cold wallet
  • Easy navigation & PIN selection
  • Selected provider quality
  • No need to reinstall wallets after update
  • Supports MetaMask for complete web3 experience
  • 30-day refund guarantee
  • // Q & A

    Can another person be set up to use it as a joint account?

    D'CENT Biometric Wallet supports multiple accounts and 2 different fingerprints can be registered.

    Why are ether transaction fees so expensive?

    Network GAS Fee is reward to miners who complete the transactions at the blockchain. And this fee changes in realtime basis as miners will complete the transactions with higher GAS Fee. And D'CENT is only displaying fee and not taking any commissions from. Thanks

    Can you store theta

    I don't see it in the list. I'm not familiar with that coin but you can email the company to suggest adding coins.

    how to charge the battery?

    Thanks for your question. You can charge the Biometric wallet through USB Cable that was included. And charging time is around 30 minutes.

    does it work in blue tooth desktop windows 10 ?

    Thanks for your question. Please be noted that D'CENT works at mobile environment as D'CENT Mobile App is needed.


    // SPECS

    Wireless Type‎Bluetooth
    BrandD'CENT
    Item model number‎D'CENT iD-Black
    Item Weight‎1.27 ounces
    Product Dimensions‎1.69 x 0.43 x 3.03 inches
    Item Dimensions LxWxH‎1.69 x 0.43 x 3.03 inches
    Batteries‎1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)
    ManufacturerIoTrust Co., Ltd
    Country of OriginKorea, Republic of
    Date First Available2019, May 1
    Origin Country: ‎Korea, Republic of
    Model #: ‎D'CENT iD-Black
    D’CENT Biometric Wallet
    released on ‎May 1, 2019

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