Wallets explained

After the payment is marked as settled the investor is asked to decide how they want to receive the purchased securities. There are different providers that offer wallets to hold and manage digital assets.
A wallet is comparable to a traditional depot and has a public address similar to an "IBAN". By entering the address, investors are credited with the digital securities after issue. The address also allows investors to transfer securities among themselves. To do this, the sender enters the recipient's address.
The Cashlink Signing module supports different types of wallets and wallet providers.

Integrated self-custody wallet

The private key that grants access to the purchased digital securities is stored on the mobile device of the investor. The mobile device must be used for transferring digital securities and set up before the issuer can credit the digital securities to the wallet. A transfer of digital securities can be initiated via the investor dashboard.

Wallet reset as self-service

In case the device is lost the private key can be restored on another device by using the mnemonic phrase stored during the app setup.
The investor can simply follow the steps for resetting the old device and restoring the private key on the new device.

External wallets

All securities issued through Cashlink via the Ethereum main net are transferable with an ERC-20 compatible wallet. The investor can enter a wallet address during the subscription process. Such an ERC-20 wallet may also be compatible with the Matic side chain if the wallet offers a connection to the Matic network (directly or via custom RPC endpoint).
External wallets are not supported for the Stellar network.

Tangany custody integration

Investors can select the Tangany wallet option within the subscription feature for products deployed on the Ethereum or Polygon network.
The Tangany custody integration is not supported for the Stellar network.
In order to create a wallet with Tangany the investor needs to accept the terms and conditions of Tangany. The platform needs to provide a URL pointing to the terms and conditions of Tangany.
Data is delivered to Tangany when a wallet is created so that Tangany can perform a KYC check.
From the investor dashboard, investors can initiate transfers of digital securities and receive digital securities. Transfers of digital securities initiated from the web-based portal for investors need to be authorized by the two factor app.