Solana’s Most Secure Wallet

Solana’s Most Secure Wallet

Solana’s Most Secure Wallet

Solana’s Most Secure Wallet

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Key takeaways

  • Seed phrases and single key pairs create single points of failure.

  • Smart accounts enable programmable security with multifactor authentication.

  • Fuse is the most secure wallet for your onchain assets.

Multifactor Authentication

Traditional wallets rely on a seed phrase and a single key pair (a private and public key). Seed phrases are used to recover access to your wallet, and the private key is the object authorized to sign transactions for your account. With traditional wallets, your seed phrase, key pair and account are intrinsically linked. If someone gets access to your seed phrase or key pair, they control your assets - creating a single point of failure.

Fuse is a smart wallet built on Solana’s leading smart account standard (Squads Protocol) to create the most secure wallet for your Solana assets. Fuse replaces seed phrases and single key pairs with multifactor authentication. Each Fuse wallet deploys a smart account that requires approval from 2 out of 3 designated keys for every transaction. This multisig configuration removes any single point of failure and makes it much harder for unauthorized access to your funds. Fuse’s programmability also lets you rotate keys and enables social recovery, giving you more control and peace of mind.

Traditional wallets are like locks with a physical key. The keyhole is fixed, and whoever controls the key controls the lock. In contrast, smart wallets are like smart locks with digital keys. You need two digital keys to open the lock, and you can replace these keys when needed (key rotation).

Fuse’s Dual-Layered Security

Your Fuse wallet’s two primary keys are called Active Keys. Your Active Keys include:

  • A Device Key that is stored locally on your phone, protected by Apple’s biometric authentication (Face ID).

  • A 2FA Key that adds two-factor authentication for all transactions. Your 2FA method is automatically set to your iCloud when you set up Fuse, but you can update your 2FA Key to a Ledger in Settings.

Every Fuse transaction requires access to both verification methods, removing the single point of failure associated with traditional wallets. If you lose access to your wallet due to the loss of your Device Key (e.g. if you lose your phone) or your 2FA Key, you can combine your remaining Active Key with a Recovery Key (the third member of your ⅔ smart account) to add a new key pair to the smart account. Importantly, no single key controls access to your funds or can add new keys to your smart account. 

As your secured value increases, you can increase your Fuse security by upgrading your 2FA Key from iCloud to a Ledger. This increases your security by using an external key (as iCloud is accessed on your phone), but it also increases operational complexity because you’ll always need access to that Ledger to approve transactions. That’s why Fuse introduces Spending Limits. Spending Limits enable low-value transactions that don’t require 2FA approval for seamless transactions without the hassle of using your Ledger (2FA Key). 

When setting up a Spending Limit, you can specify the token, token amount, and time frame (daily/weekly/monthly) that applies. For instance, you can set up a Spending Limit that allows you to transfer up to 300 USDC per week without 2FA approval, blending security with convenience.


About Fuse

Fuse is the most secure wallet for your Solana assets. Fuse is built on smart accounts (making it a smart wallet), which offers advanced security features like two-factor authentication, recovery, spending limits, and key rotation. You can swap assets and stake within Fuse, and we will soon have native DeFi integrations so you can interact with your favorite apps from the security of your smart wallet. Get started with Fuse today and experience the new programmable paradigm—powered by smart wallets.

fusewallet.com 

About Squads

Squads is an enterprise platform that enables businesses to run their operations onchain. With Squads, businesses can deploy a smart account, configure it to satisfy their security and organizational requirements, and then use it to manage a wide range of onchain assets such as treasury, program upgrade authorities, admin keys, tokens, and validators. With Squads, our goal is to bring a traditional SaaS-like product experience to onchain asset management in a way that feels familiar and intuitive to both traditional and crypto-native businesses.

squads.so

Key takeaways

  • Seed phrases and single key pairs create single points of failure.

  • Smart accounts enable programmable security with multifactor authentication.

  • Fuse is the most secure wallet for your onchain assets.

Multifactor Authentication

Traditional wallets rely on a seed phrase and a single key pair (a private and public key). Seed phrases are used to recover access to your wallet, and the private key is the object authorized to sign transactions for your account. With traditional wallets, your seed phrase, key pair and account are intrinsically linked. If someone gets access to your seed phrase or key pair, they control your assets - creating a single point of failure.

Fuse is a smart wallet built on Solana’s leading smart account standard (Squads Protocol) to create the most secure wallet for your Solana assets. Fuse replaces seed phrases and single key pairs with multifactor authentication. Each Fuse wallet deploys a smart account that requires approval from 2 out of 3 designated keys for every transaction. This multisig configuration removes any single point of failure and makes it much harder for unauthorized access to your funds. Fuse’s programmability also lets you rotate keys and enables social recovery, giving you more control and peace of mind.

Traditional wallets are like locks with a physical key. The keyhole is fixed, and whoever controls the key controls the lock. In contrast, smart wallets are like smart locks with digital keys. You need two digital keys to open the lock, and you can replace these keys when needed (key rotation).

Fuse’s Dual-Layered Security

Your Fuse wallet’s two primary keys are called Active Keys. Your Active Keys include:

  • A Device Key that is stored locally on your phone, protected by Apple’s biometric authentication (Face ID).

  • A 2FA Key that adds two-factor authentication for all transactions. Your 2FA method is automatically set to your iCloud when you set up Fuse, but you can update your 2FA Key to a Ledger in Settings.

Every Fuse transaction requires access to both verification methods, removing the single point of failure associated with traditional wallets. If you lose access to your wallet due to the loss of your Device Key (e.g. if you lose your phone) or your 2FA Key, you can combine your remaining Active Key with a Recovery Key (the third member of your ⅔ smart account) to add a new key pair to the smart account. Importantly, no single key controls access to your funds or can add new keys to your smart account. 

As your secured value increases, you can increase your Fuse security by upgrading your 2FA Key from iCloud to a Ledger. This increases your security by using an external key (as iCloud is accessed on your phone), but it also increases operational complexity because you’ll always need access to that Ledger to approve transactions. That’s why Fuse introduces Spending Limits. Spending Limits enable low-value transactions that don’t require 2FA approval for seamless transactions without the hassle of using your Ledger (2FA Key). 

When setting up a Spending Limit, you can specify the token, token amount, and time frame (daily/weekly/monthly) that applies. For instance, you can set up a Spending Limit that allows you to transfer up to 300 USDC per week without 2FA approval, blending security with convenience.


About Fuse

Fuse is the most secure wallet for your Solana assets. Fuse is built on smart accounts (making it a smart wallet), which offers advanced security features like two-factor authentication, recovery, spending limits, and key rotation. You can swap assets and stake within Fuse, and we will soon have native DeFi integrations so you can interact with your favorite apps from the security of your smart wallet. Get started with Fuse today and experience the new programmable paradigm—powered by smart wallets.

fusewallet.com 

About Squads

Squads is an enterprise platform that enables businesses to run their operations onchain. With Squads, businesses can deploy a smart account, configure it to satisfy their security and organizational requirements, and then use it to manage a wide range of onchain assets such as treasury, program upgrade authorities, admin keys, tokens, and validators. With Squads, our goal is to bring a traditional SaaS-like product experience to onchain asset management in a way that feels familiar and intuitive to both traditional and crypto-native businesses.

squads.so

Key takeaways

  • Seed phrases and single key pairs create single points of failure.

  • Smart accounts enable programmable security with multifactor authentication.

  • Fuse is the most secure wallet for your onchain assets.

Multifactor Authentication

Traditional wallets rely on a seed phrase and a single key pair (a private and public key). Seed phrases are used to recover access to your wallet, and the private key is the object authorized to sign transactions for your account. With traditional wallets, your seed phrase, key pair and account are intrinsically linked. If someone gets access to your seed phrase or key pair, they control your assets - creating a single point of failure.

Fuse is a smart wallet built on Solana’s leading smart account standard (Squads Protocol) to create the most secure wallet for your Solana assets. Fuse replaces seed phrases and single key pairs with multifactor authentication. Each Fuse wallet deploys a smart account that requires approval from 2 out of 3 designated keys for every transaction. This multisig configuration removes any single point of failure and makes it much harder for unauthorized access to your funds. Fuse’s programmability also lets you rotate keys and enables social recovery, giving you more control and peace of mind.

Traditional wallets are like locks with a physical key. The keyhole is fixed, and whoever controls the key controls the lock. In contrast, smart wallets are like smart locks with digital keys. You need two digital keys to open the lock, and you can replace these keys when needed (key rotation).

Fuse’s Dual-Layered Security

Your Fuse wallet’s two primary keys are called Active Keys. Your Active Keys include:

  • A Device Key that is stored locally on your phone, protected by Apple’s biometric authentication (Face ID).

  • A 2FA Key that adds two-factor authentication for all transactions. Your 2FA method is automatically set to your iCloud when you set up Fuse, but you can update your 2FA Key to a Ledger in Settings.

Every Fuse transaction requires access to both verification methods, removing the single point of failure associated with traditional wallets. If you lose access to your wallet due to the loss of your Device Key (e.g. if you lose your phone) or your 2FA Key, you can combine your remaining Active Key with a Recovery Key (the third member of your ⅔ smart account) to add a new key pair to the smart account. Importantly, no single key controls access to your funds or can add new keys to your smart account. 

As your secured value increases, you can increase your Fuse security by upgrading your 2FA Key from iCloud to a Ledger. This increases your security by using an external key (as iCloud is accessed on your phone), but it also increases operational complexity because you’ll always need access to that Ledger to approve transactions. That’s why Fuse introduces Spending Limits. Spending Limits enable low-value transactions that don’t require 2FA approval for seamless transactions without the hassle of using your Ledger (2FA Key). 

When setting up a Spending Limit, you can specify the token, token amount, and time frame (daily/weekly/monthly) that applies. For instance, you can set up a Spending Limit that allows you to transfer up to 300 USDC per week without 2FA approval, blending security with convenience.


About Fuse

Fuse is the most secure wallet for your Solana assets. Fuse is built on smart accounts (making it a smart wallet), which offers advanced security features like two-factor authentication, recovery, spending limits, and key rotation. You can swap assets and stake within Fuse, and we will soon have native DeFi integrations so you can interact with your favorite apps from the security of your smart wallet. Get started with Fuse today and experience the new programmable paradigm—powered by smart wallets.

fusewallet.com 

About Squads

Squads is an enterprise platform that enables businesses to run their operations onchain. With Squads, businesses can deploy a smart account, configure it to satisfy their security and organizational requirements, and then use it to manage a wide range of onchain assets such as treasury, program upgrade authorities, admin keys, tokens, and validators. With Squads, our goal is to bring a traditional SaaS-like product experience to onchain asset management in a way that feels familiar and intuitive to both traditional and crypto-native businesses.

squads.so

Key takeaways

  • Seed phrases and single key pairs create single points of failure.

  • Smart accounts enable programmable security with multifactor authentication.

  • Fuse is the most secure wallet for your onchain assets.

Multifactor Authentication

Traditional wallets rely on a seed phrase and a single key pair (a private and public key). Seed phrases are used to recover access to your wallet, and the private key is the object authorized to sign transactions for your account. With traditional wallets, your seed phrase, key pair and account are intrinsically linked. If someone gets access to your seed phrase or key pair, they control your assets - creating a single point of failure.

Fuse is a smart wallet built on Solana’s leading smart account standard (Squads Protocol) to create the most secure wallet for your Solana assets. Fuse replaces seed phrases and single key pairs with multifactor authentication. Each Fuse wallet deploys a smart account that requires approval from 2 out of 3 designated keys for every transaction. This multisig configuration removes any single point of failure and makes it much harder for unauthorized access to your funds. Fuse’s programmability also lets you rotate keys and enables social recovery, giving you more control and peace of mind.

Traditional wallets are like locks with a physical key. The keyhole is fixed, and whoever controls the key controls the lock. In contrast, smart wallets are like smart locks with digital keys. You need two digital keys to open the lock, and you can replace these keys when needed (key rotation).

Fuse’s Dual-Layered Security

Your Fuse wallet’s two primary keys are called Active Keys. Your Active Keys include:

  • A Device Key that is stored locally on your phone, protected by Apple’s biometric authentication (Face ID).

  • A 2FA Key that adds two-factor authentication for all transactions. Your 2FA method is automatically set to your iCloud when you set up Fuse, but you can update your 2FA Key to a Ledger in Settings.

Every Fuse transaction requires access to both verification methods, removing the single point of failure associated with traditional wallets. If you lose access to your wallet due to the loss of your Device Key (e.g. if you lose your phone) or your 2FA Key, you can combine your remaining Active Key with a Recovery Key (the third member of your ⅔ smart account) to add a new key pair to the smart account. Importantly, no single key controls access to your funds or can add new keys to your smart account. 

As your secured value increases, you can increase your Fuse security by upgrading your 2FA Key from iCloud to a Ledger. This increases your security by using an external key (as iCloud is accessed on your phone), but it also increases operational complexity because you’ll always need access to that Ledger to approve transactions. That’s why Fuse introduces Spending Limits. Spending Limits enable low-value transactions that don’t require 2FA approval for seamless transactions without the hassle of using your Ledger (2FA Key). 

When setting up a Spending Limit, you can specify the token, token amount, and time frame (daily/weekly/monthly) that applies. For instance, you can set up a Spending Limit that allows you to transfer up to 300 USDC per week without 2FA approval, blending security with convenience.


About Fuse

Fuse is the most secure wallet for your Solana assets. Fuse is built on smart accounts (making it a smart wallet), which offers advanced security features like two-factor authentication, recovery, spending limits, and key rotation. You can swap assets and stake within Fuse, and we will soon have native DeFi integrations so you can interact with your favorite apps from the security of your smart wallet. Get started with Fuse today and experience the new programmable paradigm—powered by smart wallets.

fusewallet.com 

About Squads

Squads is an enterprise platform that enables businesses to run their operations onchain. With Squads, businesses can deploy a smart account, configure it to satisfy their security and organizational requirements, and then use it to manage a wide range of onchain assets such as treasury, program upgrade authorities, admin keys, tokens, and validators. With Squads, our goal is to bring a traditional SaaS-like product experience to onchain asset management in a way that feels familiar and intuitive to both traditional and crypto-native businesses.

squads.so