Multisig coming to Bob Wallet, HSD V5 released, and news across the DWeb.
This week, a preview of Handshake multisig in Bob Wallet was teased.
Multisignature wallets require more than one private key and adds a layer of security to Handshake top-level domains. Registries could offer multisig staking for security assurances, for example. A simple interface for multisig also enables collective management of top-level domains so teams can now more easily co-own and operate TLDs.
With Handshake, anyone can own a top-level domain. And you can do it together.
🤝 What’s Shaking?
This Week in Handshake
→ HSD V5.0.0. Major node and wallet changes released for the Handshake full node daemon.
→ Palm Reader V2 released for the Handshake terminal UI, now with HSD V5 and autobatching.
→ HIP-14 A break down of the four classifications of reserved names and the new proposed rules under the Thumb Wrestle hard fork.
→ LINDA An upcoming relaunch of the HNS indexer and search engine.
→ .RECORDS Visit the warehouse to listen to featured records and other curated tracks.
📈 By The Numbers
January 2023 in Handshake
⚡ IPFS Pinning
Upload to IPFS direct from CLI with the new Fleek public beta
A new site comparing pricing across traditional and decentralized storage network providers
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