We engage publicly with wallet researchers and experts towards building the best end product. Here is a collection of our discussions.
balajis.com @balajis · Jun 11 Replying to @matthew_d_green Yes. But here’s a possibly dumb workaround:
1) A listens for events on chain 2) B sends a decryption request for resource to A’s address 3) A returns decrypted version, re-encrypted with B’s public key, if in a valid time window
Sort of like multisig with restrictions?
stephen tse | s.one @stse · Jul 3 smartotp by @IHomoliak has a research paper & a prototype - with a wallet for private keys
"keyless wallet" by @dionyziz has a theoretical result assuming witness encryption
our @1wallet_ by @polymorpher has a mainnet demo with hardened client security
nick.eth @nicksdjohnson · Jun 11 Replying to @AutismCapital 2FA only works when you have a central service that controls access to your data. The wallet equivalent of 2FA is a hardware wallet.
stephen tse | s.one @stse · Jul 4 why can't public and decentralized platforms do 2fa services?
Pedro Gomes 🦇🔊📲 @pedrouid · Feb 13 Replying to @zmanian I think it’s also due to user demand
A pure wallet would essentially just display different signing authorization screens without a specific use-case
Cryptocurrency wallets on the other hand transfer funds, show balances, etc
stephen tse | s.one @stse · Jul 4 how about separating wallets from authenticator? with one-time-password (otp) like google auth