A light, browser-based wallet with a focus on implementing user suggested features.

Ccvault believes a community focus is key to success and encourages users to head over to their GitHub to submit suggestions for new wallet features. An announcement section on the website -and in the wallet- lets users know what has been implemented and what is currently being worked on.

Ccvault implements a spending password as an extra layer security to help prevent fund theft, and in ccvault users can:

  • Send, receive, stake and store their ADA
  • Send, receive, and store Cardano Native Tokens
  • Send, Receive, and store NFTs
  • Vote in Project Catalyst
  • Stake ADA
  • Create an easily readable address book of recipients

Users can extract their wallet into a ccvault.json file and delete it from the server to secure it. This can then easily be imported back into anywhere.

Users can also connect their ccvault to a hardware wallet, Ledger or Trezor (not all models are supported), to add an extra layer of security.

Ccvault was formerly known as Ccwallet

Ccvault has released a series of entirely on-chain NFTs to help fund their efforts in further developing this community driven wallet.

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