Don’t become a victim of stolen and lost crypto assets
It is a real threat and can happen to even the most crypto-knowledgeable people
Secure your assets on Ethereum, Polygon and Gnosis Chain
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Sovereign Mode or assisted wallet recovery
Use Sovereign Mode and 3rd party interfaces to access your Linen Wallet and manage your crypto.
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How does Linen secure my assets?
Linen is a wallet that uses Safe smart contracts as its core. The same custody solution that protects over $35b worth of crypto assets for the large crypto asset holders. In the current implementation Linen users protect their assets with 3 private keys and 2 of 3 keys are required to access the wallet. You lose one? You can still access your wallet. Someone steals one? They still can't access it. This is what makes Linen unique. Check of this article to learn more about Linen wallet security.
How is the Linen app protected?
We are serious about wallet security. Initial wallet setup is the following and requires up to 5 factors of authentication (5FA):
Once you are past the initial wallet app set up, you will need 3 factors of authentication (3FA) to make transactions using the Linen app:
Can Linen suspend withdrawals?
What if Linen is not in the App Store anymore?
Linen is a user self-custody multi-key wallet. It means that the company behind Linen does not store any asset or have the 2 required keys to access user assets. In the current implementation users on iOS (coming soon on Android) have access to 2 of the 3 keys required to access their wallet and make transactions. Suppose the app is not available in App Store or Google Play. In that case, users can access Linen wallet via third party interfaces like the Safe or others. We call this a Sovereign Mode. Here is an instruction on how to access Linen wallet from third-party interfaces.