Rivetz to Provide Security for CoinPouch Cryptocurrency Wallet

Rivetz will employ multifactor authentication and hardware wallet protection for CoinPouch.

Rivetz, a provider of decentralized security solutions, will be integrating its products into the Touch Titans CoinPouch wallet under the terms of a new partnership. Rivetz will employ multifactor authentication and hardware wallet protection for CoinPouch, making it one of the first wallets to use Rivetz security.

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The companies will deploy security capabilities for users and assure integrity of instructions sent to the network for processing. Rivetz will also provide an app that can be used by CoinPouch customers, enabling support for multifactor authentication with enhanced cybersecurity controls.

Touch Titans released CoinPouch in August. It stores Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dash, Ethereum and Doge, while also supporting conversions to 48 different altcoins powered by Changelly.

Steven Sprague

“We look forward to supporting Touch Titans as they assist sports and entertainment brands entering the blockchain market,” said Rivetz founder and CEO Steven Sprague. “The strong protection of keys for both payments and entertainment will provide a simpler and safer experience.”

“Rivetz’ combination of software and hardware multi-sig is a true game changer. Working with Rivetz will also help improve user experience and ultimately help us acquire new customers,” said Kirk Ballou, CEO of Touch Titans. “We’re eager to work with Rivetz and drive security standards forward.”

Rivetz recently introduced its RvT cybersecurity token to provide verifiable security controls for cloud authentication, IoT, blockchain, and legacy financial transactions. The RvT token enables multifactor authentication across devices, to achieve provable security at the transaction and authentication level. The Rivetz solution leverages technology that is already built in to hundreds of millions of mobile devices to ensure that keys and transactions cannot be altered or stolen by malware infecting the operating system.

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