Capture is a unique and innovative dual wallet system, designed to provide users with maximum security and flexibility when managing their crypto assets. Every user in the system has two wallets, an Integrity Wallet and an Asset Wallet.
The dual wallet system provides users with a high level of security and control over their assets. The asset wallet ensures that users' assets, including their Captures NFTs, are kept safe, while the integrity wallet ensures that only authorized actions are executed, protecting users from fraud or unauthorized access.
In addition, the system includes a user-friendly interface that makes it easy for users to manage their assets and track their transactions. Users can view their transaction history, check the status of their assets, and manage their wallets all from a single, easy-to-use interface.
The Asset Wallet is a pure custodial wallet that securely manages users' crypto assets within the system. This wallet is responsible for holding the user's Captures NFTs, which are unique digital assets that can be bought, sold, and traded on the Capture platform. This wallet is also the default location for all payments, including network actions and purchases of the Capture service. It ensures that users' assets are kept safe and secure at all times, while still providing easy access when needed.
The Integrity Wallet, on the other hand, is a shared wallet between the Capture service and the user, where the private key is shared. This wallet is used to create the signature of the Capture, and it's an essential part of the system's security mechanism. It allows the Capture service to verify the authenticity of the user's actions and ensure that only authorized actions are executed.
It is important to note that while the Asset Wallet is primarily responsible for holding and managing the user's Captures NFTs, it is not the only place where NFTs can be minted and stored. NFTs minted through Network Actions on blockchains other than Numbers Mainnet are expected to be sold on external marketplaces such as OpenSea and as such, are not managed within the Asset Wallet. Instead, these NFTs are minted in the Integrity Wallet, providing users with the capability to access and transfer them utilizing the shared private key. It is imperative for users to have a clear understanding of this differentiation and to appropriately manage their NFTs accordingly.