Hey haters, Facebook bashing has to stop now!

I read the latest New York Times piece attacking my beloved Facebook and I cannot stand the cruelty anymore. Facebook is one of the most powerful tools at our disposal. Arguably, it is the most important website creation of the century. It allows us a medium to connect with people from all over the world. I can keep in touch with family across the country, and I can even present ‘live’ videos to allow those that are close to me to experience my life with me. This social media platform has had…


Moving on with my life on Snapchat

Every movie, TV show, magazine and newspaper article written about technological progress or millennials in the past 10 years has inevitably mentioned the rise of social media and the apparent decline of civilization. You can hear baby boomers and the last members of the great generation bemoaning what a shallow, frivolous culture consumes “the kids these days.” Every teenager to 35-year-old is attached at the hip (or the hand) to their cell phones. They are obsessed with their social media presence. …


And what problems did we try to solve?

There are basic operations that are simply too complex to perform today:

  1. Manage a large number of wallets without having to remember the private key for each ones
  2. Provision and share wallets at enterprise level in a single click
  3. Store wallet keys on a (ultra-secure) server rather than inside a browser plugin (too primitive) or on a cryptocurrency exchange (too risky)
  4. Manipulate ethers and tokens easily without having knowledge of contract addresses
  5. Protect conversations and the digital content we share with each other
  6. Keep our life absolutely private and prevent mining of…

This tutorial explains how to create an account on Waveum using a personal email such as gmail, yahoo, hotmail, outlook, aol, yandex, etc..

Got Content and Cryptos? Want protection?

Waveum is simplifying your Ethereum cryptoasset and data sharing needs by being the most private and secure network in the stratosphere (and probably below). Wallets, messages, documents, photos, groups, videos, projects, data rooms, workflows, catalogs…anything really: all your shared content is end-to-end encrypted. To start registration click here and follow the tutorial below. Registering to Waveum won’t take you more than a minute.

Step 1: Create an account

First thing first, please ensure that the email address noreply@waveum.io is not blocked by…


This tutorial explains how to register to Waveum using enterprise emails

What’s special about enterprise email vs. personal email?

In a previous tutorial we explained how to register using a personal email, please read it before continuing.

By personal email we mean any email which belongs to a freemail domain such as gmail, yahoo, msn, aol, yandex, outlook and so on. But if you register using a non-freemail domain, you’ll fall in the category of enterprise users belonging to an organization. In Waveum an organization has two types of role:

  1. Administrator: this user will be by default the first one registering with the domain name, but an organization…

This tutorial explains how to create and share an end-to-end encrypted Ethereum wallet on Waveum

Creating a new wallet and sharing it with one or more persons will literally take you just a few seconds on Waveum, and you won’t have to worry about storing and protecting its private key because of our unique end-to-end encryption architecture. Note that Waveum is running on top of Kovan for now which is an Ethereum public testnet. Meaning whatever ether and tokens you’ll held on our wallet is not real money.

We assume that you’ve already registered to Waveum. …


This tutorial explains how to add, manage and transact tokens inside an end-to-end encrypted wallet

My Tokens

Managing ERC20 tokens on Waveum is as easy as creating a wallet, and here also you won’t have to worry about private key storage and exchange because of our unique end-to-end encryption design. Note that Waveum is running on top of Kovan for now which is an Ethereum public testnet. Meaning whatever ether and tokens you’ll held on our wallet is not real money.

We assume that you’ve already registered to Waveum and created a wallet. …


This tutorial explains how to create a Channel secured with end-to-end encryption

We assume in this tutorial that you’ve already registered to Waveum, if not then follow the tutorial on how to do that here.

What is a channel?

A channel is an end-to-end encrypted messaging (chat) session between one or more participants in which they can share any type of content (messages, files, videos, photos, ..) and where only the recipients can decipher the information being exchanged. Meaning we can’t and nobody else can either. A channel would be the right place to communicate a wallet private key as an example, or any…


This tutorial explains how to create a Circle secured with end-to-end encryption

A Circle

So what is a Circle?

A Circle is an end-to-end encrypted container to which you can invite one more participants and where you can chat, do video calls, share documents, photos, videos and tasks. A Circle is protected by multiple layers of encryption to ensure that only its participants can decipher the information and data being exchanged. Meaning we have no way to decipher the content of a Circle, and nobody else can either. For more technical details on how we implement end-to-end encryption in Waveum, please take a look at our FAQ.


A Clunky Metaphor Barely Hidden By The Bloodbath

This is my personal review after watching the Spanish premiere of Jurassic World in Madrid last Monday. WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD!

Seeing Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is like stepping back in time two months and witnessing the breaking of the (Harvey Weinstein & Co.) dam, so to speak, just with dinosaurs!

Ten years after the last Jurassic Park graced our screens, and dinosaurs had been created (without their knowledge or consent, might I add!) …

Miko Goldstein

Kale aficionado, poet, plutocrat and designer at Waveum

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