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Web3 Learning

How to Choose Your MPC Wallet Provider?

Evaluating the security of an MPC wallet involves considering various factors, with the wallet provider's security capabilities being a top priority. The robustness of the MPC wallet you choose can significantly impact your business...

Web3 Learning

Custodial vs Non-Custodial Wallets: How to Secure Your Cryptocurrency

In the pulsating heart of the digital age, a new adage has emerged in the Web3 sphere: "Not your keys, not your coins." This simple phrase is the cornerstone of cryptocurrency security, emphasizing the critical...

Platform Updates

DeSyn Protocol and Safeheron Join Forces to Revolutionize DeFi

Safeheron is thrilled to unveil its strategic partnership with DeSyn, aims to propel the advancement of DeFi space. With a shared vision of enhancing security, transparency, and efficiency…

Web3 Learning

MPC vs Multisig Wallets

By delving into the specifics of MPC and Multisig wallets, you can better navigate the complexities of digital asset security, making informed decisions that align with their security needs...

Platform Updates

Safeheron V1.3.0 Update

Safeheron has launched Version 1.3.0, and we welcome all users to experience the upgraded version. The V1.3.0 update brings a series of new features and product experience optimizations for users. The key updates include...

Web3 Learning

What are MPC Wallets (Secure Multi-Party Computation) ?

In the ever-evolving landscape of digital assets and blockchain technology, Secure Multi-Party Computation (MPC) wallets have emerged as a groundbreaking innovation. These wallets represent a significant leap forward...

Security & Research

Security Analysis of DKG Threshold Raising Vulnerability

Trail of Bits recently disclosed a threshold-raising vulnerability in Distributed Key Generation) protocol. Safeheron's SaaS product is not affected by this vulnerability. Let's see why it happens...