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Permissionless Protocols

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Zero Trust Protocols (ZTPs) are permissionless protocols powered by the dWallet network that can operate across all blockchains while maintaining zero trust.

How ZTPs Work

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dWallets enable native interoperability by generating ECDSA, EdDSA or Schnorr signatures, supporting practically any Web3 network.

The dWallet Network, and our 2PC-MPC algorithm, support a setup of hundreds or even thousands of nodes, upholding another core Web3 principle.

Our second main contribution is the introduction of the notion of a 2PC-MPC protocol - a two-party ECDSA protocol where the second party is fully emulated by a network of n parties.This allows ultimate decentralization in distributed custody use-cases

The dWallet Network is a security-first network, with the ambitious vision of serving as a universal access control layer and securing all assets on Web3.

dWallet Network is a security-first network, with the ambitious vision of serving as a universal access .

dWallet Network is a security-first network, with the ambitious vision of serving as a universal access .

dWallet Network is a security-first network, with the ambitious vision of serving as a universal access .

Universal

Decentralized

MPC Cryptography

Security

Zero Trust architecture is a security model that requires continuous verification of every action, eliminating inherent trust. Zero Trust Protocols (ZTPs) powered by dWallets enable secure, native interactions across all of Web3 by requiring continuous verification from both users and the dWallet Network, leveraging advanced cryptographic methods to maintain a Zero Trust environment.

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For any transaction or action to be validated, both the user and the dWallet Network must participate.

This decentralized verification process ensures that no single entity can control or manipulate the transaction.

ZTPs allow for secure interactions across different blockchain networks. A user can interact with assets on Ethereum and Bitcoin without compromising the Zero Trust model.

User and Network Participation

Decentralized Verification

Cross-Chain Interactions: 

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Permissionless Protocols

Powered by the dWallet Network 

Zero Trust Protocols (ZTPs) are permissionless protocols powered by the dWallet network that can operate across all blockchains while maintaining zero trust.

How ZTPs Work

Get early access

Email address

dWallets enable native interoperability by generating ECDSA, EdDSA or Schnorr signatures, supporting practically any Web3 network.

The dWallet Network, and our 2PC-MPC algorithm, support a setup of hundreds or even thousands of nodes, upholding another core Web3 principle.

Our second main contribution is the introduction of the notion of a 2PC-MPC protocol - a two-party ECDSA protocol where the second party is fully emulated by a network of n parties.This allows ultimate decentralization in distributed custody use-cases

The dWallet Network is a security-first network, with the ambitious vision of serving as a universal access control layer and securing all assets on Web3.

dWallet Network is a security-first network, with the ambitious vision of serving as a universal access .

dWallet Network is a security-first network, with the ambitious vision of serving as a universal access .

Universal

Decentralized

MPC Cryptography

Security

Zero Trust architecture is a security model that requires continuous verification of every action, eliminating inherent trust. Zero Trust Protocols (ZTPs) powered by dWallets enable secure, native interactions across all of Web3 by requiring continuous verification from both users and the dWallet Network, leveraging advanced cryptographic methods to maintain a Zero Trust environment.

Explore projects built on us

Filter by:

Waiting list open

1.

2.

3.

For any transaction or action to be validated, both the user and the dWallet Network must participate.

This decentralized verification process ensures that no single entity can control or manipulate the transaction.

ZTPs allow for secure interactions across different blockchain networks. A user can interact with assets on Ethereum and Bitcoin without compromising the Zero Trust model.

User and Network Participation

Decentralized Verification

Cross-Chain Interactions: 

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Permissionless Protocols

Powered by the dWallet Network 

Zero Trust Protocols (ZTPs) are permissionless protocols powered by the dWallet network that can operate across all blockchains while maintaining zero trust.

How ZTPs Work

Get early access

Email address

Zero Trust architecture is a security model that requires continuous verification of every action, eliminating inherent trust. Zero Trust Protocols (ZTPs) powered by dWallets enable secure, native interactions across all of Web3 by requiring continuous verification from both users and the dWallet Network, leveraging advanced cryptographic methods to maintain a Zero Trust environment.

Get early access

1.

For any transaction or action to be validated, both the user and the dWallet Network must participate.

User and Network Participation

2.

This decentralized verification process ensures that no single entity can control or manipulate the transaction.

Decentralized Verification

3.

ZTPs allow for secure interactions across different blockchain networks. A user can interact with assets on Ethereum and Bitcoin without compromising the Zero Trust model.

Cross-Chain Interactions: 

dWallets enable native interoperability by generating ECDSA, EdDSA or Schnorr signatures, supporting practically any Web3 network.

Universal

Our second main contribution is the introduction of the notion of a 2PC-MPC protocol - a two-party ECDSA protocol where the second party is fully emulated by a network of n parties.This allows ultimate decentralization in distributed custody use-cases

MPC 

Cryptography

The dWallet Network is a security-first network, with the ambitious vision of serving as a universal access control layer and securing all assets on Web3.

Security

The dWallet Network, and our 2PC-MPC algorithm, support a setup of hundreds or even thousands of nodes, upholding another core Web3 principle.

Decentralized

Explore projects built on us

dWallet Network is a security-first network, with the ambitious vision of serving as a universal access .

dWallet Network is a security-first network, with the ambitious vision of serving as a universal access .

dWallet Network is a security-first network, with the ambitious vision of serving as a universal access .

ECOSYSTEM

Silk

Read the Docs

Explore ZTP

Silk Points

Permissionless Protocols

Powered by the dWallet Network 

Zero Trust Protocols (ZTPs) are permissionless protocols powered by the dWallet network that can operate across all blockchains while maintaining zero trust.

How ZTPs Work

Get early access

Email address

dWallets enable native interoperability by generating ECDSA, EdDSA or Schnorr signatures, supporting practically any Web3 network.

The dWallet Network, and our 2PC-MPC algorithm, support a setup of hundreds or even thousands of nodes, upholding another core Web3 principle.

Our second main contribution is the introduction of the notion of a 2PC-MPC protocol - a two-party ECDSA protocol where the second party is fully emulated by a network of n parties.This allows ultimate decentralization in distributed custody use-cases

The dWallet Network is a security-first network, with the ambitious vision of serving as a universal access control layer and securing all assets on Web3.

dWallet Network is a security-first network, with the ambitious vision of serving as a universal access .

dWallet Network is a security-first network, with the ambitious vision of serving as a universal access .

dWallet Network is a security-first network, with the ambitious vision of serving as a universal access .

Universal

Decentralized

MPC Cryptography

Security

Zero Trust architecture is a security model that requires continuous verification of every action, eliminating inherent trust. Zero Trust Protocols (ZTPs) powered by dWallets enable secure, native interactions across all of Web3 by requiring continuous verification from both users and the dWallet Network, leveraging advanced cryptographic methods to maintain a Zero Trust environment.

Explore Zero Trust Protocols

Filter by:

Waiting list open

1.

2.

3.

For any transaction or action to be validated, both the user and the dWallet Network must participate.

This decentralized verification process ensures that no single entity can control or manipulate the transaction.

ZTPs allow for secure interactions across different blockchain networks. A user can interact with assets on Ethereum and Bitcoin without compromising the Zero Trust model.

User and Network Participation

Decentralized Verification

Cross-Chain Interactions: