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In the realm of finance, we are acutely aware of the critical importance of security in all our operations. This principle is equally, if not more, vital when it comes to navigating the on-chain environment of blockchain technology. The digital landscape of blockchain, while offering groundbreaking opportunities, also harbors its own set of risks including hacks, phishing attempts, scams, and various forms of malicious code. It is essential to approach this world with the same level of caution and diligence that we apply in traditional financial systems.

Fortunately, as the blockchain space matures, so too do the mechanisms designed to safeguard users. A prime example of such an innovation is This platform revolutionizes how we think about wallet security in the blockchain space. It enables users to select a cold wallet—a secure, offline storage method for digital assets—and "delegate" the operational rights of this wallet to a hot wallet, which is connected to the internet. This delegation allows the hot wallet to act on behalf of the cold wallet without compromising the security of the assets stored in the cold wallet. Currently, Delegate is securing close to $1,000,000,000 in assets. 

This functionality is particularly beneficial in scenarios where there is a need to interact with high-value Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs), participate in decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) voting using ERC20 tokens, or claim assets for your cold storage. The protocol, thoroughly detailed by 0xFoobar, provides an in-depth understanding of this innovative approach.

Today, our focus is on examining the adoption, coverage, and the increasing trend of security-conscious behavior among Web3 users. For those interested in a deeper technical exploration of, their documentation offers a comprehensive guide.

Observing the Ethereum mainnet, it's evident that has experienced a steady and organic growth in adoption. The protocol has successfully facilitated 38,000 delegations, underscoring the importance of maintaining stringent security and safety practices, especially when dealing with bearer assets.

The adoption trends of are noteworthy, with significant waves of delegation occurring in early 2023, followed by another notable increase in July 2023. This pattern mirrors the evolving awareness and prioritization of security among users in the blockchain space.

In conclusion, as professionals in traditional finance, we understand the imperative of stringent security measures. represents a significant step forward in translating these high standards of security to the blockchain environment, ensuring that users can navigate this new frontier with confidence and safety.  To explore more of this data, check out our code examples in this Jupyter Notebook