Leverage a battle-tested security platform to safely store and transfer digital assets.

Easy integration

Automate deposits and withdrawals using our robust REST API.

Digital Identity Risk

Your business assets are protected with our secure private key management system, allowing for easy and secure transfers and settlements with peace of mind.

API Integration

Our API offers maximum functionality for financial operations with topnotch security, tailored to your specific business needs.

Multi-blockchain support

We support 30+ blockchain protocols and 1,200+ tokens. Including private and public blockchains. Adding new protocols and tokens every month.

Financial Reporting

Generate query reports, and perform a variety of other tasks to support all of your company's financial operations.

Customer Support

Your business assets are protected with our secure private key management system, allowing for easy and secure transfers and settlements with peace of mind.


Frequently Asked Questions

The MPC-CMP wallet is a secure multi-party computation wallet that uses multi-signature technology to ensure the safety of digital assets. MPC stands for Multi-Party Computation, which is an encryption technology that can divide a private key into multiple parts and store them separately on multiple devices to prevent key theft. CMP stands for Composite Multi-Party, which is an even more secure version of multi-party computation that divides the private key into multiple pieces and stores them on different devices. When the wallet is used, the private key is retrieved and merged together through complex calculations, thus ensuring the security of the private key. The MPC-CMP wallet provides a higher level of security and a more convenient user experience, as users only need to manage their own portion of the private key to have full control over their assets, greatly reducing the risk of asset theft.
The MPC-CMP wallet ensures security through multi-party computation (MPC) and composite multi-party (CMP) technology. Here are the ways in which it does so: 1. Key fragmentation: The private key is divided into multiple fragments and stored separately on different devices. 2. Distributed storage: The fragments are stored on different secure devices, hosted by different entities, ensuring that no single entity has access to the entire key. 3. Encrypted communication and computation: The fragment pieces are communicated and processed in a manner that is encrypted at endpoints and uses secure communication channels. 4. Key assembly: When initiating a transaction, the fragments are assembled securely within the wallet to authorize the transaction. 5. Threshold signature: When assembling the fragments, a threshold signature mechanism is used to ensure that a minimum number of fragments are required for authorization. 6. Transparent validation: The validation process for the fragments ensures that all the devices involved in key storage are functioning properly and that the fragments are correctly assembled before releasing the key. By using these security features and mechanisms, the MPC-CMP wallet ensures that the private key used for cryptocurrency transactions is kept secure and inaccessible to anyone who should not have access.
Any business that needs to accept, store, or manage cryptocurrency payments can use Wallet as a Service (WaaS) solutions. This includes businesses in a wide range of industries, such as e-commerce, online gaming, fundraising, real estate, finance, and more. Here are some specific examples of businesses that could benefit from using WaaS: 1. E-commerce stores: Online stores that accept cryptocurrency payments can use WaaS to easily manage those payments and securely store digital assets. 2. Gaming and gambling sites: Gaming and gambling websites can use WaaS to facilitate transactions for in-game purchases and payouts, as well as securely store player winnings. 3. Real estate companies: Real estate companies can use WaaS to manage payments for property transactions, such as down payments, security deposits, and rent payments. 4. Charities and non-profits: Charities and non-profits can use WaaS to accept donations in multiple digital assets and securely manage those funds. 5. Investment funds: Investment funds can use WaaS to manage cryptocurrency assets and make it easier for investors to buy and sell those assets. WaaS allows businesses to easily integrate cryptocurrency transactions into their existing workflows, without having to set up and manage their own cryptocurrency wallets or learn the technical details of blockchain technology.
No, you do not need to learn blockchain development to use WaaS (Wallet as a Service). WaaS is a service provided by companies that offer blockchain wallet solutions to users. We offer easy-to-use interfaces and APIs that allow users to access the functionality of the wallets without having to know blockchain programming. WaaS providers handle the technical aspects of wallet creation and management, such as private key storage and transaction processing. Users typically only need to sign up, create an account, and start using the wallet service to send and receive digital assets. However, having a basic understanding of blockchain technology and security best practices can help users protect their digital assets.