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You deserve control. You deserve privacy. Passport makes it easy to experience what Bitcoin is meant to be: a sovereign form of money, under your ownership, that cannot be devalued or inflated.
Passport is designed for every Bitcoiner. Use Passport as your first hardware wallet or add Passport to your multisig setup. Passport strives to be beautiful, intuitive, transparent - and hardcore about security.
Attention to detail
Passport is designed to be minimalistic and elegant, offering a simple industrial design that needs no instruction manual. Important elements like the camera and microSD slot are intentionally highlighted within a band of copper.
Magnetic back cover
Passport uses a system of magnets to hold the back cover in place, enabling easy access to the batteries and an opportunity for personalization. Simply pull off the back cover to change the batteries or swap it with a different colored cover.
Passport is crafted from soft-touch plastic, steel, and copper-plated zinc alloy. This ensures that it is both strong and a pleasure to hold. Copper plating gives Passport a premium feel and zinc alloy makes Passport the perfect weight.
Bitcoin already has a steep learning curve – why should your hardware wallet? Passport’s larger screen and familiar menus offer a refreshingly simple user experience. You already know how to use a Passport. No need to learn how to enter your PIN with only two buttons or scroll forever on a tiny screen.
Secure text entry
Entering PIN numbers and even complex passphrases is easy with Passport’s keypad. As opposed to touchscreens, the physical keypad provides transparent security while offering a simple text entry experience. Dedicated keys enable quick switching between numbers, letters, and symbols.
QR codes allow for airgapped Bitcoin transactions in seconds on your computer or smartphone – avoiding the need to pass around a microSD card, plug into a computer, or use insecure wireless communications like Bluetooth. Passport uses the PSBT (partially signed Bitcoin transaction) standard and is compatible with most popular single-sig and multisig wallets.
The best security is through openness, not secrecy. Passport is proudly open source – all software, electrical, and mechanical components are open and auditable. There is no hidden code or restricted information. You can even build a Passport yourself, from scratch!
Our hardware is open sourced via CERN’s Open Hardware License and our firmware via GPL. This means that Passport meets the legal definition for open source hardware. You can view the electronics here and firmware here. Mechanical designs will be posted soon.
Passport has no USB ports or wireless communications. To transact, simply scan a QR code or insert a microSD card. This more robust security model ensures that you know exactly what information is being received by Passport – and makes it significantly more difficult for potential attackers to communicate with the device.
Most displays contain embedded processors running unknown firmware, which could collect data or display false information. Passport’s tamper-evident display’s circuitry is directly etched into glass, allowing us to easily inspect each screen at production.
Most touchscreens contain embedded processors running unknown firmware, which could record user inputs or hijack the device. Passport uses a physical keypad, which is verifiably secure and easy to inspect at production.
Passport contains LEDs directly wired to the security chip that change from blue to red if tampering is detected. Any changes to device firmware or key circuit board components will trigger a red LED. This helps protect Passport against “evil maid” attacks.
Lithium ion batteries are not recommended for long-term storage. Most also contain embedded processors running unknown firmware, which could help attackers exploit power-related vulnerabilities. Passport instead uses AAA batteries.
Assembled in the USA
In a Bitcoin world, we need more trustable hardware. We need components from reputable suppliers and tight control over supply chains. We need to be physically present on the factory floor. We need open source, auditable designs. And we need to build our hardware in jurisdictions which stand for basic human rights and freedoms. This is why Foundation Devices assembles Passport in the USA.
Bitcoin via PSBTs; multisig compatible.
Supported Software Wallets
Bitcoin Core, Electrum, Wasabi, BlueWallet, BTCPay, Specter, and any other wallet supporting PSBTs via microSD or QR codes.
1.8" Sharp Memory LCD, STM processor, Microchip 608a secure element, Omnivision Cameracube.
Camera and microSD port. No USB, no Bluetooth, no other ports or wireless communications of any kind.
2x standard AAA batteries (included with purchase).
Airgapped, easy passphrase entry, security lights, anti-phishing words, supply chain verification.
1.5 inches wide x 4 inches tall x 0.91 inches thin (38 mm x 102 mm x 23 mm)
Foundation Devices, Inc.
6 Liberty Square #6018 Boston, MA 02109 USA Website: https://foundationdevices.com/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @FOUNDATIONdvcs
Etherbit Private Limited
A1-1205 Rudra Enclave, Althan-Bhimrad Canal Road, Bhimrad, Surat, Gujarat 395007, India Email: email@example.com Twitter: @EtherbitHQ
- All Foundation products sold by Etherbit are imported directly from the manufacturer.
- Free shipping is available with all the orders.
- Etherbit dispatches most orders with in-stock items in 24 hours on a working day.
- We ship all orders from Gujarat, and most orders are delivered within 2-5 working days after the dispatch.