Ubiq wallet

Secure your UBQ assets

Secure your Ubiq assets with the most trusted hardware wallet. Cold storage wallets are typically encrypted devices that store users' Ubiq assets offline, providing a layer of security against the evolving threats emerging from being connected to the Internet.




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How to manage Ubiq with Ledger devices

Secure your Ubiq (UBQ)

Secure multiple assets, including Ubiq using a Ledger Hardware Wallet.
Your private keys, giving access to your assets, remain safe in a certified secure chip.

Ledger Nano S

Ledger Nano S

Protect your Ubiq assets with the first and only
independently-certified Ubiq wallet on the market.

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Ledger Nano X

Ledger Nano X

The Ledger Nano X is a Bluetooth® enabled secure and
CES award winning device that protect your Ubiq assets

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How to manage your Ubiq (UBQ)

Ubiq Wallet

"Pyrus" is the free open-Source & Client-Side Ubiq Wallet enabling you to easily send and receive UBIQ assets, but also to write, maintain, use, and deploy smart contracts on the Ubiq blockchain securely.

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What is Ubiq (UBQ)

Ubiq is an enterprise-focused, public blockchain network for smart contracts and decentralized applications that is a fork of Ethereum’s codebase. The network is open-source and permissionless, and most distinctly differs from Ethereum in its hard-coded monetary policy, compared to Ethereum’s more fluid monetary policy.

Governance on Ubiq is also conducted on-chain, and focuses on a conservative, at-large decision structure. Ubiq’s native token is UBQ, which is consumed as gas for smart contract execution and used in value transfer on the network.


Ubiq (UBQ) features

Ubiq is very similar to Ethereum in overall architecture, and is compatible with Ethereum’s virtual machine (EVM) that underscores its smart contract capabilities. Additionally, both Ethereum and Ubiq are proof-of-work blockchains (Ubiq deploys its own Ubqhash algorithm) although Ethereum is in the process of transitioning to a proof-of-stake network currently.

Ubiq differs from Ethereum in primarily two ways: its governance structure and fixed monetary policy.

Ubiq’s governance system is called Escher and functions as an on-chain voting mechanism where the direction of the platform’s development is determined by the community. Public, transparent voting on-chain makes vote auditing trivial, and is different from Ethereum’s more off-chain/rough consensus governance design.

Ubiq’s fixed monetary policy also differs from Ethereum, and is more similar to Bitcoin’s fixed policy. A predictable, inflationary supply was hard-coded into the protocol, providing miners with a tractable schedule for managing their overhead based on market dynamics.

Launched in 2017 with no ICO, Ubiq’s UBQ token is perpetually inflationary, balancing the dichotomy of incentivizing miners while preserving scarcity. Miners can actually mine UBQ with GPUs, due to Ubiq’s slower DAG growth.

Desktop wallets are available for Mac, Windows, and Linux, alongside a web browser wallet, and the two mobile wallets -- Guarda and DexWallet.

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