It's a bullish day for Ethereum, and you've decided to rebalance some of your tokens into ETH. You hop on your favorite DEX and go through the exchange process as usual.Even though you've given the protocol your tokens, the ETH never lands in your wallet. After a few minutes, you start wondering what's going on. You're about to make a report, but you see a tweet from the protocol that makes your stomach sink:"Frontend is compromised. Do not use until further notice!"You've just been robbed, and there was nothing you could have done about it.
Transferercontract to move your assets away from your compromised wallet. This smart contract can only move your assets to one location: our noncustodial
Vault;there is no admin key that allows us to withdraw your assets on your behalf.
Transferercontract can only move assets to the
Vault, and since there is no ability for an admin to withdraw users' assets from the
Vault, we feel that our system can responsibly handle the trust that comes with giving a contract access to transfer tokens.
Can I mint new NFTs even with a Harpie plan?
transfers) Since the minting of an NFT is not a risky operation, we allow them to run through our filter.
What if I want to use a new protocol or project? Will I have to manually add it to my trusted network?
How does Harpie deal with mempool-obfuscating technology, like private mempools, Flashbots, etc.?