The Maiar wallet is completely decentralised and non-custodial. We don't store or have access to the user's funds at any time. The user owns the private key and has full control over their funds.

Maiar is a non-custodial wallet. This means that Maiar:

  • Is a decentralized wallet and you, and only you hold the keys to your cryptocurrency wallet.

  • Is a user controlled wallet so only the user has control over their funds.

  • Has access to DApps unlike hosted wallets.

  • Does not keep any personal information.

Maiar acts as a bridge that connects to individual blockchains via their nodes. Every blockchain has their own set of public addresses. These addresses are where the crypto are encrypted and stored.

Maiar does not hold or control any crypto, it just gives the user access to it.

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