Passkeys are fundamentally changing how we authenticate on the web. They can fundamentally improve the security of web3 tools too.
The signing code that uses secret keys should not be able to talk to the network or filesystem, and your logging library should definitely not be in your trusted computing base.
We review the challenges infrastructure teams face when trying to secure staking keys and why we've been working on a hardware-backed key manager.
The round was led by Polychain Capital, with participation from venture capital and strategic investors including dao5, Amplify Partners, Polygon, Blizzard, Axelar, and more.
The alpha version of the Cubist SDK is now available for early access. The Cubist SDK is the first SDK designed for multi-chain/cross-chain development. Switch chains by editing one line of configuration!
We walk through the cross-chain development status quo with code examples for multiple blockchains and bridge providers. This post covers writing cross-chain smart contracts.
The future of Web3 is applications, not speculation. That's why we're building Cubist: to let developers create the future of Web3 safely and productively—without repeatedly reinventing the wheel.