All cryptocurrency management, including signing key creation, storage, and use is based on the principle that no individual ever has access to a key or key-parts. Multi-signature wallets are used wherever supported, and functional multi-signature, through the splitting of a key into key-parts, is used where true cryptographic multi-signature is not available or feasible. The “m of n” characteristics for accessing any particular cryptocurrency wallet are determined based on wallet use and risk. All key operations are compliant with the Crypto Currency Security Standard (CCSS).
Articles in this section
- What types of loan collateral are approved?
- Why is SALT being delisted from exchanges?
- Why does it cost 26 XRP to create a Ripple wallet on the SALT platform?
- How is the price of the SALT Membership Unit determined on the platform?
- Can I buy SALT memberships on an exchange and deposit it to the Platform?
- How to set up your Jaxx wallet to receive SALT Membership Units?
- Where is my asset held for the duration of the loan?
- What is a SALT Membership Unit?
- Where is my withdrawal?
- What are hardware wallets for?