The Current Outlook on Web3 Grant Funding

In recent years the Web3 space, known for its innovation and community driven approaches, has witnessed a significant shift in its approach to funding and supporting projects. We have identified more than 150 funding opportunities since we began researching them in October 2023, and new grant programs are continuously emerging.

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Expanding Security Services for Web3 Ecosystems

Over the last few years we’ve been expanding our Ecosystem Support by including various Security Consulting offerings to meet the needs of the different ecosystems with which we are working. Although our main offering is still Security Audits of codebases and specifications for projects, we also offer consultation sessions, and

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Integrating Advanced Cryptographic Techniques (ZKPs, MPC and FHE) with Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML)

Through our work, we have the opportunity to speak with various people in the FinTech, Cybersecurity, and Web3 fields. Recently, one pattern emerged: there is increasing interest in advanced cryptography techniques and protocols, such as zero-knowledge proofs (ZKPs), secure Multi-Party Computation (MPC), and Fully-Homomorphic Encryption (FHE), which can improve users’

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Navigating Web3 Wallets: Enabling a Secure User Experience

With our mission to support the development of usable technology solutions to advance digital security and preserve privacy as a fundamental human right, we see wallets as fundamental to empowering users and our security auditing efforts essential to enabling the effective use of wallets. Wallet developers must implement robust security

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Secure Development of MetaMask Snaps

MetaMask launched MetaMask Snaps Open Beta on September 12, 2023. Snaps extend the functionality of the MetaMask extension, which can then be used by connected DApps, for example, to add support for chains, conduct transaction inspections etc.  How MetaMask Snaps Work First and foremost, the extension of the functionality should

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