OraSaifu, the First Smart Wallet

OraSaifu (2018) is a new technology innovation. It is a digital wallet, designed to hold a variety of different assets. Aside from credit cards, debit cards, etc. it can be used to hold membership cards and other vital information, keys, contacts, etc. It is a small design with a screen of only four inches and a screen to body ratio of almost eighty-four percent, making it very portable and sleek.

OraSaifu also supports cryptocurrency. It can be used as a cold wallet and it is designed with security in mind and ease of use in mind. Rather than relying on USB data transfers, it leverages NFC and dynamic QR code technology. This means it does not depend on any particular network or hard connection. It is giving the user total control over their assets and the ability to make peer to peer transactions anywhere, with anyone. It also uses both TEE and SE technology to make asset storage and payments completely secure.

There are additional security controls that make it difficult to hack even if stolen. The device will self erase after five failed login attempts. However, the firm also makes an NFC enabled backup chipset. So in the event that the user inadvertently locks themselves out, they can still recover their data.

As a business innovation, this is a very powerful technology. For businesses, it provides a discrete and self-contained way to manage important payment assets and other vital information. As opposed to a phone, it has more impressive digital security. This is something that executives might like to use, but regular users can also find benefits from it. Given the globalization and digitization of our commercial world, concerns about hacking and theft are higher than they have ever been. OraSaifu is a very powerful and effective solution to that problem.

  • Question /

    What is the main purpose of the OraSaifu?

    • To hold all asset cards
    • To show off to your friends
    • To steal your money
    • To deliver food to your bedside
  • Question /

    Orasaifu can allow users to share contact cards?

    • True
    • False
  • Question /

    How many assets are hacked and stolen each year?

    • Trillions
    • Billions
    • Millions
    • Thousands
  • Question /

    Name one thing that the OraSaifu can do besides store credit card and asset information.

    • Store electronic/digital key data
    • Store contact cards
    • Support peer to peer transactions
    • None of the above
    • All of the above
  • Question /

    How big is the Orasaifu screen?

    • Six inches
    • Four inches
    • Eight inches
    • Five inches
  • Question /

    OraSaifu supports peer to peer transactions

    • True
    • False
  • Question /

    What happens if someone steals your Orasaifu?

    • OraSaifu has face, voice, and fingerprint recognition, and will lock anyone not authorized out of the device
    • OraSaifu will self-destruct if someone tries to hack your password
    • OraSaifu will erase your data after five failed hacking attempts
    • It is impossible to steal an OraSaifu
  • Question /

    You transfer data to your OraSaifu via USB ports and connections.

    • True
    • False
  • Question /

    How does data recovery work for OraSaifu?

    • You can call the company and they will remotely recover it.
    • There is an add on device for data recovery
    • You have to back up your data onto CD, DVD, USB, etc.
    • There is no data recovery.
  • Question /

    Can you use OraSaifu to manage non-payment cards like membership cards?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question /

    The narrator in the video seems to be a computerized voice translated into English. At one point the narrator says that the data recovery tool can replace mnemonic words. What would be a better English translation of “mnemonic words?”

    • Acronym
    • Synonym
    • Cinnamon
    • Hyperbole

Written by Katie Lovell

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