Curv launches Curv Air Gap, a multi-party computing (MPC) storage solution that can sign transactions offline

Crypto institutional wallet developer Curv launched Curv Air Gap, a multi-party computing (MPC) storage solution that can sign transactions offline. The solution uses Curv ’s multi-party computing (MPC) technology, which allows customers to allow institutions to sign transactions offline, and By deploying various signature mechanisms and offline storage modes for key management, it helps organizations have greater flexibility to adapt to changing regulations. Curv said that the main advantages of the solution include the security and threshold signature of keyless encryption technology. The keyless encryption technology solves the main security risks of cold wallets and saves the organization from having to balance security and asset availability. Curv also said that the solution has been adopted by customers including the multi-asset investment platform eToro and cryptocurrency exchange Korbit.