Trust Nothing.
Verify Everything.

The dWallet Network empowers Web3 builders to create Zero Trust Protocols (ZTPs) operating natively across any blockchain.

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Introducing  ZTPs

ZTPs, or Zero Trust Protocols, are cutting-edge Web3 protocols that ensure every action is continuously verified, eliminating inherent trust, across any network. The core of this architecture is dWallet, empower developers to build ZTPs that provide native Zero Trust security and seamless interoperability, revolutionizing security across diverse networks.

Cryptographic Verification

User participation is cryptographically required in every signature generated by a dWallet

No Trusted Parties

Users are not required to give away ownership or their assets to validators or anyone else.

User-Controlled Security

ZTPs can't unilaterally control a user’s assets without the user, so neither can malicious actors.

Web3 <3 Zero Trust

As Web3 evolved, networks with their own "zones of sovereignty" emerged, allowing protocols to inherit their Zero Trust architecture.

Traditional solutions operating across networks rely on third parties, turning Zero Trust Protocols (ZTPs) into Castle-and-Moat Protocols (CMPs).

dWallets empower builders on L1s/L2s to develop ZTPs operating across networks.

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dWallet - The First ZT Building Block

dWallet Network introduces Zero Trust Protocols (ZTPs), a revolutionary solution to both the Sovereignty Problem and the Honeypot Problem. dWallets, our innovative cryptographic primitive, can be used by ZTPs to enforce logic on user-generated signatures for transactions on any network.

A tool for
web3 builders

dWallet is not a user-facing application, it’s a building block empowering Web3 builders to create ZTPs that operate across different blockchains.

User + network signature required

A dWallet always requires the user to generate a signature, together with a threshold of validators of the massively decentralized dWallet Network.

threshold ECDSA

2PC-MPC, the state-of-the-art threshold ECDSA scheme created by the dWallet team, enables the first noncollusive scalable signing mechanism.

ZTPs Across Web3

With dWallets, builders can create ZTPs that operate across multiple networks while maintaining Zero Trust. The logic for what a dWallet signs is determined by the ZTP, and executed by a ⅔ threshold of the massively decentralized dWallet Network - with user participation cryptographically enforced.

Zero Trust
across networks

ZTPs use dWallet technology to interact with different Zones of Sovereignty without losing Zero Trust.

ZTPs control
dWallet signatures

A dWallet has an address on every network, and ZTPs control the logic of whether a signature is generated.

L1/L2 ZTPs maintain
Zero Trust

A ZTP built on an L1/L2 can control a dWallet, and since the user is always required it retains the Zero Trust assumptions.

Use Cases

Decentralized custody

Securely hold any asset, including Bitcoin, across multiple blockchains with permissionless access control.

Native staking / restaking

A simplified and universal shared security ZTP, allowing users to stake any asset to secure any protocol.

Native atomic swaps

Securely swap any native asset, including BTC, for any other native asset, without bridging or wrapping.

Native multi-chain lending 

Leverage your native BTC, without losing ownership over it or having to trade it for a derivative.

dWallet marketplace

Transfer ownership over an entire portfolio, including illiquid assets such as soulbound or locked tokens.

Multi-chain token issuance

dWallets can seamlessly mint & burn across any network replacing mono-chain token issuing and bridging.

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Encrypt Brussels 2024

July 8, 2024

Brussels, Belgium

Join us to explore Web3 and cryptography with top ZK, MPC, and FHE experts. Gain access to the sister conference, SecureFi, with an Encrypt ticket.


SecureFi Brussels 2024

July 8, 2024

Brussels, Belgium

Join us to explore Web3 Security with top Web3 security researchers. Access sister conference Encrypt with a SecureFi ticket.


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