Caspian Technologies’ Spatium™ blockchain startup accepted into Belarus’ Hi-Tech Park.
February 4, 2019

Eastern Europe’s most talked about technology hub has a new tenant, the maker of the ultra-secure cryptocurrency wallet, Spatium™, brought to Belarus’ High-Tech Park by its parent company, Caspian Technologies PTE, Ltd.

Belarus made waves late in 2018 by suddenly becoming one of the most crypto-friendly countries in the world, by decree from its president, Aleksandr Lukashenko. While a number of countries have created welcome environments for blockchain technology, very few did so with explicit support from the very top like Belarus did.

The High-Tech Park is a giant incubator and collaborative zone for startups in the tech space, similar to Silicon Valley in California and Skolkovo in Russia. By adding a cryptocurrency startup of Spatium™’s caliber, the High-Tech Park made a big step towards showing that it really is serious about bringing game-changing technology to market.

The Spatium™ team developed a new generation of cryptocurrency wallets that are practically unhackable while at the same time highly functional for instant trading and other practical uses. The wallets are based on the Spatium™ Protocol, which finally broke wallet reliance on creating a permanent private key, instead replacing it with a distributed system of signing transactions and generating public addresses without ephemeral (general) private keys.

With that breakthrough, it already released a software wallet with greater security than today’s hardware wallets. The software wallet is available in Google Play, App Store and the Microsoft Store. This would be a bold claim to make, yet Spatium™ has been independently audited by a top global cybersecurity evaluator, Sera-Brynn, confirming authenticity of claims. Now, Spatium™ is preparing to release the hardware wallet itself, which will be everything a 21st century wallet should be: credit-card shaped for convenience, with biometric identification, no wires needed for connection (NFC, Bluetooth), and add-on services like Plausible Denial and Transfer by Inheritance.