Blockchain Security Firm Curv Releases New Cryptography Protocol

The protocol, which aims to eliminate the need for private keys, will be baked into its new digital asset service.


Blockchain security firm Curv has released a new cryptography protocol it says can eliminate the need for private keys as part of its new software for digital assets targeted for institutional investors.

Its new cryptography is based on multi-party computation and is expected to offer better security when it comes to signing transactions on the blockchain. It will be deployed for Curv’s new cryptocurrency wallet service but the company has said the cryptography is blockchain-agnostic and can be

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