An wallet is the atomic unit of a network: a player of games, a member of a DAO, an users of a protocol.

GroupOS’s Wallets are ERC-6551 and ERC-4337 compliant smart contract wallets, offering full programmability and extensibility.

We provide out-of-the-box toolkit to gaslessly onboard and activate users to applications.

ERC-4337 is a new standard built on top of the EVM that enhances smart contract wallets on Ethereum-based blockchains. Commonly referred to as “Account Abstraction,” ERC-4337 allows developers to create customized and embedded experiences that eliminates the dependencies on EOAs to initiate transactions and pay for gas. In short, ERC-4337 makes smart contract wallets programmable. Developers can integrate wallet functionality into their user interfaces using these APIs, allowing them to experiment and customize the wallet experience for their applications.

ERC-6551, token-bound accounts (TBAs), builds upon the ERC-721 standard by introducing smart contract capabilities to NFTs. Every NFT will be able to own ETH and other ERC20s, 721, 1155 tokens, and be associated with onchain attestations. Using digital outfits and items, the standard can power new use cases like NFT loyalty programs, PFPs as on-chain identities, and new game mechanics.

We recognize the genre-defining possibility when the two standards are combined. The new paradigm can change the way users onboard and engage onchain. While ERC-6551 creates a visual representation and a unifying source of truth that fosters a sense of psychological ownership, account abstraction gives dApp developers and networks flexibility to automate operations and rewards with smart contracts programmatically.

GroupOS Wallet Ecosystem

Accounts

Value propositions

Magical user experience

— Frictionless onboarding: Users can seamlessly transition into the blockchain realm without the hurdles of traditional setups.

— Intuitive self-custody: Maintain complete control over assets without the complexities of seed phrases.

— No more bridging: Eliminate the mandate of holding native token, simplifying user interactions.

Programmability and automation

— Bespoke Authentication: Merge the power of blockchain with established authentication and authorization paradigms, paving the way for complex yet secure smart contract functionalities.

— Multifaceted security signatures: Elevate transactional security with multi-signature operations, ensuring that high-value transactions are robustly guarded.

— Onchain automation: Automated wallet actions and operations such as scheduled transfers and guarding approvals.

Out-of-the-box interoperability

— Seamless add-ons: Integrating these advancements requires zero alterations to existing NFT structures, ensuring a harmonious blend with current ecosystems.

— interoperable wallets: Users can use their NFT wallets across various dApps and platforms, offering a unified and consistent experience. This eradicates the friction of platform-specific setups and caters to a more streamlined user journey.

Secondary markets: NFT wallets and their assets can be traded across multiple marketplaces, giving rise to new trading dynamics and increasing transaction fees for dApp developers.

Enhanced onchain interactivity

— Sovereign NFT engagement: Empower NFTs to interact as independent agents within applications and dApps, unleashing their utilities.

— Pioneering interaction mechanics: Lay the foundation for novel experiences, from NFT loyalty initiatives to representing on-chain identities with newfound authenticity.

— Redefining NFT and wallet interactions: Provide a playground for experimentation, inviting developers to reimagine the interaction between wallets and NFTs.