The capsule features adjustable separators, offers more capacity – 123 instead of 96 characters most other solutions provide – and comes with a full ASCII-character-set supporting random passwords with numbers and symbols. All of the characters are deeply stamped into the tiles to provide maximum longevity.
This means that the capsule can securely store a random password without separators, an unabbreviated 12-word mnemonic seed, or the first four letters of a mnemonic seed made up of 25 word phrases.
1. The first example shows a random ASCII password stored on the core that is 55 characters long. Considering the unused space, two or more passwords can be stored, split using separators, up to 123 characters long, in total, including WIF, Hexadecimal, and Root Keys.
2. With the second, you can see an unabbreviated 12-word mnemonic seed. With the remaining space at the top, you can store additional data including passwords, passphrases, or random ASCII strings.
3. The third example demonstrates a 25-word abbreviated mnemonic seed. Of course, the aesthetically designed capsule is also able to store 20-word Shamir backups and 24-word recovery seeds in their abbreviated forms.