We’ve been collecting your questions and have addressed the top four in the video below. We thought it would be a great idea to film a quick video to answer your questions, so that you can start getting to know us. We had a great time filming the video, and for evidence of this you can check out our outtakes video.
We address the following four questions:
1. Will Case work overseas with an iPhone ? Assuming phone has no wifi or local data. (starting at 00:25)
2. What protection is there against a thief extracting the seed from the device? Can the device be opened, JTAG attacked, etc? (starting at 01:04)
3. What happens if I lose the device? (starting at 01:52)
4. How is the biometric data kept secure? (starting at 02:40)
We’ll likely be doing more of these, so please continue to send your questions. You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Early this morning we were testing the full-stack device-side firmware and the full-stack server-side software of Case, and at approximately 3:30am we made our very first transaction. One of our engineers, Eric, came up with the idea that the first transaction we make from the device should actually be a donation to a cause we all care about. After little debate we agreed that the Hal Finney Bitcoin Fund for ALS Research was the perfect place to send our bitcoin.
Everything about the timing of our first transaction was perfect, well, except that it was 3:30 in the morning. The first small batch of Case is being manufactured today, so it was helpful that we worked out all of the kinks in software and firmware before sending the hardware down the line. Second, today is Giving Tuesday. Giving Tuesday is a global day for giving, and the perfect opportunity to show off your generous side. We’re happy to be a part of it and hope that you’ll join us in giving what you can to a cause that you’re passionate about.
Check out the video of our first transaction below:
Find our transaction here.
For more information about ALS please visit http://www.alsa.org/