Custodial Accounts

Manage blockchain accounts on behalf of your users

Need to abstract the blockchain away from your user experience? A custodial user experience is defined by the following points:

  • The developer controls the user's private keys.

  • Create accounts with no password input from users.

  • Transactions are signed by the dApp on the user's behalf.

  • Developers can migrate accounts from custodial to non-custodial.

The main difference between custodial and non-custodial accounts - is who holds the keys. With a non-custodial account; the user holds the private keys and must enter a password to sign a transaction. In the custodial case; the developer holds the private keys and can sign transactions on behalf of the user.

This is an Enterprise feature. Custodial accounts are for specific use cases only. Please contact Aikon directly for questions and support regarding your ORE ID integration.

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