Q: How secure is Zelcore’s new gateway for Web3?

Created by TeamPF Pinchforth, Modified on Thu, 18 Aug 2022 at 09:22 AM by TeamPF Pinchforth


The Zelcore non-custodial wallet was built for interoperability and security. This means consumers can access their assets and information on their own terms, no permission required. Consumers get their own Zel ID with a familiar login experience. There’s an extra layer of security with decentralized 2-factor authentication (d2FA) that’s stored on the blockchain giving consumers true access to their account from anywhere. Login credentials never leave your device. With Zelcore, your identity and personal information remain yours–always. Zelcore does not store any private data on its servers.

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