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TL;DR: The Ucam Private Home Security Camera keeps your data and footage secure, and it’s on sale for 21% off. As of Feb. 23, get it for only $49.99.
A CES Innovation Awards Honoree in 2020, the Ucam is the first blockchain-powered home security camera with end-to-end encryption.
Rather than using a typical password to log into your account and access your footage, you’ll use an impossible-to-crack secure blockchain login that’s enforced by tamper-proof smart contracts, meaning only you can define who can view what content and for how long.
Video streams and clips are immediately encrypted by Ucam and can only be decrypted by an authorized device — like your phone. And as an added bonus, all the content captured by Ucam is owned by you — not IoTex, cloud providers, or corporations.
Like most home security cameras, the Ucam gives you real-time access to an HD livestream in 1080P, as well as recorded videos at your fingertips. User controls are simple and you can store the video in a few different ways — through an encrypted cloud for motion detection, or through an SD card for continuous recordings. Speaking of motion detection, you’ll also get motion detection alerts on the app, as well as the ability to pan, tilt, and zoom, speak through two-way audio, and check out what’s going on, day or night.
Here’s a glimpse at how it works:
For a limited time, this $59 security must-have for homeowners is on sale for just $49.99 — over 20% off. You’ll also get a charger and mounting kit.