Secure Element

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Secure Element (SE) is a kind of hardware chip that is designed to run a specific number of applications, support controlled access and store the confidential data. In cryptocurrency, it is mostly utilized to permanently seal and protect the private key in the hardware wallets such as the Ledger and CoolWallet and is available with a largely arbitrary CC EAL rating of 1-7.

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