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The Triple Confirmation Project has four different multi-sig Wallets: Our Treasury, a Marketing Wallet, a Deving Wallet, and a Charity Wallet. We have nothing to hide, that's why we're sharing this.
Let's break down the difference between standard crypto wallets and multi-sig wallets. Conventional non-custodial crypto wallets have one private key that provides access to funds. As a result, only this key needs to sign an outgoing transaction — no further authorization is required.
In contrast, a multi-signature wallet utilizes a unique digital signature that requires more than one private key to sign an outgoing transaction. In some cases, several different keys can generate a signature. We can use an analogy from everyday life to explain: Let's imagine there's a bank safe with two locks and two keys. Bank employee Jack holds one key, and Jill has the other. For them to open the safe, both of them use their keys simultaneously. In this scenario, one wouldn’t be able to open the safe without the consent of the other.
In the same way, funds stored on a multi-sig crypto address can only be moved if multiple parties provide their signature. This additional layer of security is beneficial when managing crypto, given its digital nature. Specifically, funds are more likely to be stolen with only one private key. Further, this can make losing the funds less likely as well, provided you use a combination that doesn’t require all the keys, like a 3-of-5 scheme. Mandating all the signatures (as in a 3-of-3 combination) would require even more diligence and trust. The requirement of multiple signatures helps ensure that transactions made to and from that wallet are in accordance with the intentions of those who hold the keys.
Whether two, three, four, or more signatures are needed, a multi-sig wallet is designed to mitigate the possibility of a single point of failure. For this reason, many blockchains, exchanges, and wallet providers enable the creation of some version of a multi-signature wallet to protect user funds.
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