BitKeep + Skiff launch

Connect your BitKeep wallet to receive a new, alias and total privacy for your work.
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Skiff is excited to announce our partnership with BitKeep - a self-custody, multichain wallet used by over 6,000,000 users around the world. Over the last year, Skiff has launched an ecosystem of products for collaborating and communicating privately online, including Skiff Mail - end-to-end encrypted email, Skiff Pages - end-to-end encrypted documents and notes, and Skiff Drive - private, end-to-end encrypted file storage.We’ve also bulit at the frontier of Web3, integrating login with crypto wallets and decentralized storage built on the InterPlanetary File System (IPFS). With these launches and updates, we’ve become closer and closer to the workspace of the future - a completely private, user owned workspace for collaborating and communicating.Our partnership with BitKeep brings us closer to this reality, bringing an entirely new form of utility to all 6,000,000 BitKeep users and enhancing trust, private communication, and collaboration abilities for the web.

What’s BitKeep?

BitKeep is designed to be a safe, easy-to-use multichain wallet for Web3. BitKeep is available on all major platforms, including iOS and Android, where it can be downloaded both from on-device app stores, added for iOS beta testing, or installed as an APK directly onto an Android device.BitKeep also offers swap functionality for exchanging hundreds of thousands of tokens, as well as an NFT marketplace for buying, selling, and exchanging assets. The company advertises that over $50 billion is stored in wallets collectively among their users, a staggering amount at scale.

How does wallet login work?

When you select “Connect Wallet” on the login screen, you’ll be provided with a list of wallets that you have enabled on your device and are compatible with Skiff for login. From there, choose “BitKeep,” and sign an attestation proving that you own your wallet address. You’ll then be prompted to create a password, which can be used to sign into the Skiff mobile and desktop apps. On the web, you’ll stay logged in with your new account.From there, you’ll be given an option to set up your inbox or Drive/Pages apps first. We suggest selecting inbox, then viewing your new wallet aliases. In addition to the typical <wallet>, you’ll be given an alias that proves you’re sending from your BitKeep wallet address.

How to set up your alias

Once you’ve signed up for Skiff using your BitKeep wallet, you will automatically be given an alias with the suffix with your Ethereum address. You can use this as an email address to send and receive email, which makes it completely private and anonymous.You can always create new wallets and link them from the settings page inside the Skiff app. If you’d like, you can also add normal, non-wallet aliases (up to four on the free plan) from inside the settings page as well.

Learning more

We’ve written up more content on numerous areas for how you can use a wallet with Skiff, including an article on why wallets are great for email addresses, how to send and receive with your ENS name, and a privacy guide for cryptocurrency users. To send feedback or for help, join our Discord, message us on Twitter, or contact [email protected].

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