Account Abstraction with Stackup & Lit
With the announcement and deployment of ERC-4337 at ETHDenver, the era of account abstraction (AA) is here! The rumors are true... ERC-4337 has been deployed on mainnet 🚀 🔍 Security audit by @OpenZeppelin 🛠️ Bundlers and paymasters by @stackup_fi, @AlchemyPlatform, @biconomy , @etherspot, @candidewallet, @blocknative & more 🏗️ $300K in grants by @ethereum pic.twitter.
Krebit Credentials Issued by Lit Actions
Krebit, a Web3 reputation protocol and marketplace, has partnered with Lit as part of the Lit Grants program. The collaboration aims to enhance Krebit's verifiable credentials protocol by using Lit Actions to decentralize issuer signatures. What are Verifiable credentials? they’re a way to express qualifications or achievements in a
Private Semantic Soul Bound Token Metadata: Lit x Relation
Empower Personalized Social Network with Privacy-Preserving Module We are excited to announce that Relation has integrated Lit's decentralized access control into Semantic Soul Bound Tokens (SBTs)! What is Access Control? With access control provided by Lit, access to encrypted content is granted based on on-chain conditions set by the content
The Future Wallet: Where Lit & Account Abstraction Meet
The recent downfall of FTX has sparked conversations about the safety and security of wallets and keys. In this article, we will dive into the world of Account Abstraction and Lit, a decentralized network for multiparty computation. To begin, some definitions: Account abstraction (AA), can be thought of as programmable
Become a Lit Ambassador!
Welcome to the Lit Ambassador program, where we strive to support individuals who are passionate about Lit and web3. Our goal is to build a decentralized ecosystem of contributors, with clear pathways for individuals to get involved and be rewarded for their contributions. By streamlining feedback from the community, our
Lit Actions & PKPs: Jan '23 Project Highlights
We are excited to share with a roundup of the most innovative projects we've seen using Programmable Key Pairs (PKPs) and Lit Actions in the past month. Our goal is to highlight the creativity of developers who are building examples of what’s possible with decentralized key technology. We hope
A Year In Review: Lit Protocol in 2022
Lit Protocol powers decentralized access control, encryption, and compute for web3 applications. At Lit, we are working to simplify the user experience across the dWeb. Our goal is to build cryptographic solutions that uphold the promises of a user-owned web and empower individuals with true data sovereignty while delivering the