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The protection layer for self-custody.
We believe technology should be used to make our lives safer and easier. Webacy develops smart contracts, tools, and services that secure digital assets from loss, hacks, death, and more.
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Protect your web3 wallets

Webacy is strictly no access. This means that we do not take custody, do not take your seed phrase, and do not ask for access to your accounts. Check out the "How it works" section below for more information.

⛓ Blockchain Native Assets:

Webacy is a solution focused on securing your blockchain-based digital assets. This includes all ERC tokens (20, 721, 1155) with support coming for BTC, SOL, and other chains.

🔵 Traditional Web Assets:

Webacy also protects your Web2 digital assets. Store your files permanently with Shoebox, choose a plan for your social media accounts, designate an Inner Circle as points of contact, and more. These features are temporarily suspended as the platforms adjust to include digital collectables and other web3 assets.

How it works

🙅🏻‍♀️ No Access

Webacy is a strictly non-custodial, no-access solution. This means that we never take custody of your crypto assets, never take your seed phrase, and never ask for your passwords. Webacy also does not require you to stake, lock up, or otherwise hold your tokens in any way. You're free to use all of your assets as normal.
How do we do it? We've created a proprietary infrastructure of smart contracts. If you want to learn more, take a deeper dive into our Webacy whitepaper (coming soon).

🥸 Incognito Mode

At Webacy, we're serious about privacy. For users that wish to remain anonymous, we don't require any personal information to utilize our web3 services. If you'd like to stay in "incognito mode," simply connect via wallet, and don't connect your web2 digital assets.

🔒 Security and Safety

Safety is one of our biggest priorities. We have multiple security audits throughout the year, and throughout our development process. We are also backed by some of the biggest names in web3 and security.
If you'd like to learn more about the way we keep our users safe, check out the Webacy whitepaper (coming soon).