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Advancing Web3 Starting with Custody: Insights and Resources

At the recent Permissionless II, Fireblocks CEO and Co-Founder, Michael Shaulov announced the launch of the non-custodial wallets-as-a-service (WaaS) in his keynote “From Hesitation to Innovation: How Brands Can Successfully Navigate the Web3 Maze” to a standing-room-only audience. This blog features resources to help guide you as you build in Web3, including the keynote at Permissionless, white papers, a new webinar, and technical documentation.


Fireblocks powers Reserve Bank of Australia CBDC pilot

Fireblocks provided custody and tokenization technology for almost half of the pilot use cases at the recently concluded Digital Finance CRC (DFCRC) and the Reserve Bank of Australia’s (RBA) central bank digital currency (CBDC) pilot program. The PoC saw the secure minting and burning of the new CBDC, called eAUD. In addition, Fireblocks powered policy-based administration of the smart contracts and transfers to end customers.

Small Leaks, Billions Of Dollars - Cryptographic Exploits That Undermine Leading Crypto Wallets

Nikolaos Makriyannis, Cryptography Research Lead at Fireblocks, and Oren Yomtov, Blockchain Research Lead at Fireblocks, present "Small Leaks, Billions Of Dollars: Practical Cryptographic Exploits That Undermine Leading Crypto Wallets" at DEF COM 31.

Introducing Fireblocks Non-Custodial Wallets-As-A-Service

Fireblocks introduces its non-custodial wallet-as-a-service (WaaS) offering built for brands, corporates, fintechs, and Web3 businesses. Fireblocks’ non-custodial wallets (NCW) are the first of their kind to offer multi-layer, defense-in-depth security alongside industry-leading customization options and scalability.


Customers of Cryptocurrency FTX are Target of Phishing Emails

Customers of the bankrupt cryptocurrency exchange FTX are already receiving phishing emails following a breach of personal data held by several crypto companies, CoinDesk reports. The customer data was leaked after a T-Mobile employee fell for a SIM swapping attack and granted a threat actor access to an account belonging to an employee of financial advisory firm Kroll.


MPC Security: 5 questions to ask your wallet provider

In the world of digital assets and blockchain-driven solutions, security is the utmost priority for organizations across the globe. While numerous multi-party computation (MPC) providers vow to offer best-in-class security and service, what truly sets them apart is the underlying cryptographic proofs and infrastructure. Given the consequences a security breach can lead to, it is crucial to make informed decisions when evaluating an MPC wallet provider.