The Odsy Tech Stack: Distributed Key Generation

Odsy can be a single access control layer for web3 because its dWallets can sign transactions across different chains. But this capability also raises the stakes for security. When you have dWallets that can manage assets on almost any traditional blockchain, you need to be extra careful with who gets…

The Odsy Tech Stack: Turing-Complete Wallet Contracts

We’ve seen how dWallets are both capable of operating across chains thanks to their support for signing mechanisms such as ECDSA. They are also capable of providing unparalleled security thanks to the Odsy Network’s particular implementation of TSS. Altogether, this allows developers to build an entirely new kind…

The Odsy Tech Stack: Digital Signature Algorithms

So we’re starting to get an idea of what dWallets are. We’re also getting a better understanding of the new capabilities they have because they run on their own decentralized network — the Odsy Network. This dedicated network is what allows dWallets to be: * Programmable, * Secure, and * Cross-chain compatible…

What Are dWallets and Why Your Users Will Want One

“Wallets” can mean different things in web3. Usually, they’re understood as the interfaces where users keep track of their assets, sign in to dApps, and create or approve transactions. They could even be seen as a web3 analogy to a browser and many popular wallet applications are, in fact,…