Ucam, The World’s First Blockchain Privacy Camera, Just in Time For The Holidays
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A basic human need is being able to sleep securely at night. When that red light on your security camera comes on at night, you want to know it's not somebody watching you or your children.

That's a peace of mind that no other camera on the market except Ucam can provide right now.  Big corporations that sell your Rings, Alexas, Apple cams, can tell you you're safe, but the invasive hacks that happen all the time, tell a different and more behind the scenes story. Are you paying for security or are you, unwittingly, selling your privacy for a false sense of security? Why not own both? You want to buy peace of mind, not a piece of hardware over which you have no control.

That's why Ucam is such a groundbreaking device. It is not just about the camera, it is about safety. The safety of your data and most importantly, of your family. Knowing that you can't be hacked, and you can reliably protect your family gives you something priceless, peace of mind. 

 Ucam, which won the CES Award for 2020, is an example of how connected devices can still be safe and affordable on the blockchain. The IoTeX blockchain (Ucam is their device) is already live and is the industry standard to protect connected devices from hackers.

If you're looking for a valuable holiday gift that will give friends and loved ones years of tranquility and security, Ucam should be on the top of your list. It is the first of its kind to offer 100% protection indoors with the IoTeX blockchain. That means that no one but you can access its video footage, allowing you to block or share it with others as you see fit.

There are other serious concerns with security cameras connected to the Internet via centralized Big Techs like Amazon and Google, apart from owning and profiting from your data and the information your devices generate.

A recent report reveals that a vulnerability lurks in more than 83 million baby monitors and privacy cameras got hacked. You don't know who is watching you. And this hack shows that many could be watching you.

The critical bug was discovered in late 2020 and disclosed by the US government's Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency in August 2021.

The flaw is in the registration process between devices and their mobile applications. The CISA investigators discovered that this most fundamental connection is that criminals easily hack each device's unique identifier. They breach the manufacturers' database and then gain access to users' videos in real-time, exploiting them.

Millions of baby monitors were recently exposed to hackers, and earlier this year, an ADT technician hacked hundreds of home cameras to spy on women.

Blockchain technology now is a demonstrated solution to this hacking problem, and when connected to IoT (the Internet-of-Things), it's a game-changer for anyone with smart devices.

Even if you've never used a home security system before, you'll find the Ucam is easy to use. It is also straightforward to set up. In just a click or two, you can get your home monitored by the Ucam Private Home Security Camera by IoTeX, which is $45.99 on Amazon ahead of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. It comes with motion detection alerts, night vision, two-way audio, and in-app pan, tilt, and zoom. You can access the live video feed or the recorded footage no matter where you are worldwide.

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