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Master Password Wallet

Cold Wallet for Password Managers

In 2018, a Canadian cryptocurrency exchange called QuadrigaCX lost access to its cold storage wallets after the founder, Gerald Cotten, died unexpectedly. He was the only one who had access to the exchange's master password, resulting in over $190 million in customer funds being lost.

The Only Cold Storage Steel Solution for Master Passwords

Master Your Master Password

It is important to protect the master password to a password manager because it is the key to all of the passwords and sensitive information that the password manager stores.

Secure Your Master Password Phrase

Safeguard Your Secrets

If the master password is compromised, it can be difficult or impossible to regain control of the passwords and data stored in the password manager.



In the famous Jameson Lopp Stress Test,

Black Seed Ink's crypto wallets experienced

ZERO DATA LOSS and scored A's in every category.

Flexible Cold Storage

Stainless Steel Master Password Wallet

Digital asset investors often have a crypto exchange account, a password manager, and a hardware wallet. Advanced investors have multiples of all threes. No matter your needs, we have you covered. Stack it up cold with Black Seed Ink's Crypto Exchange, Master Password, and Seed Wallets.

Cold Wallet Protection

In 2013, a Bitcoin user named James Howells lost his master password, which resulted in him losing access to over 7,500 Bitcoins, currently worth over $350 million.

Password Managers 101

Leave Nothing to Chance

The worst internet habit is using the same password for all your accounts. A password manager such as LastPass, Bitwarden, 1Password, Dashlane is a software application that securely stores and manages passwords for various online accounts. The software generates strong random passwords for all your logins, but all you have to do is remember your Master Password.

Password managers, are a smart choice for internet security for several reasons:

Our Design Principles

At Black Seed Ink we avoided the "one size fits all" approach to design, because everyone safeguards their digital assets differently. Order up to six Master Passwords or build a stack of multiple cold wallet types.

Master Password Point of Failure

In 2020, a British man named Stefan Thomas lost access to his Bitcoin wallet, which contained over 7,000 Bitcoins, currently worth over $300 million. He had stored the private key to his wallet on a hard drive, which he had lost the master password to.

Etching Tip

To minimize errors, first write your data on the steel plate with a pencil. Second, trace over the penciled text with the tungsten scribe included in every order.