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Decentralized Programmable Key Pairs

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Decentralized Programmable Key Pairs

Duration: 00:24:23

Speaker: David Sneider, Chris Cassano

Type: Talk

Expertise: Intermediate

Event: Devcon 6

Date: Oct 2022

Join this talk to get an introduction to Decentralized Programable Key Pairs (PKPs), by Lit Protocol. PKPs are 'distributed custody cloud wallets' that act as a personal compute platform that can write to a variety of state machines (e.g Ethereum, IPFS) because they are 'smart contracts with a secret' that can make arbitrary HTTP requests and use that data in the computation.
About the speakers


Chris Cassano

Chris got started in crypto in 2011 and created the first commercially available hardware wallet in 2013, Piper Wallet. He co-founded Lit Protocol to democratize access to threshold cryptography and bring freedom through math.


David Sneider

David Sneider is the co-founder at Lit Protocol, a network for decentralized compute, encryption, and access control.

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