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Cryptocurrency Passwords Can Now Be Stored in DNA

“This encryption tool was designed with the notion that it will last longer than a more traditional hardware option. For those who have a lot of money tied up in a cryptocurrency, if that data is kept on a hard drive, it could easily have become corrupted and unable to access decades in the future. ‘DNA is the only thing that won’t become obsolete,’ said Carverr CEO and co-founder Vishaal Bhuyan to CNET. The intelligence community is looking at polymers like DNA to store data for similar reasons.”

Source: Cryptocurrency Passwords Can Now Be Stored in DNA – Nextgov

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