1. Brief Introduction
Threshold empowers user sovereignty by delivering a suite of threshold cryptography services for web3 applications through a decentralized network of nodes.
2. Detailed Introduction
The Threshold ecosystem was created from the merger of NuCypher and Keep Networks into a single decentralized network. Threshold delivers a suite of threshold cryptography services for web3 applications through a decentralized network of nodes. Services on the Threshold Network include a proxy re-encryption service for user-controlled secrets management and dynamic access control, and tBTC v2, a decentralized and permissionless Bitcoin-to-Ethereum asset bridge.
3. Background on threshold crypto
Threshold cryptography distributes sensitive operations across multiple independent entities – like nodes in a network. For an operation to be successful, it needs a threshold or a minimum number of these entities to cooperate with each other. This simple idea increases an information system’s security and availability. It also reduces the reliance on trusted parties since no single actor can corrupt the system. Even if there are a few malicious individuals, the system will continue to function safely and correctly as long as a minimum number of participants follow the rules.
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