Chrome & Firefox extension for running Echo blockchain-based DApps and making transactions from multiple wallet accounts.
Create a Metamask-like browser extension that would provide access to DApps based on the Echo platform and let regular users run their web applications, send & receive funds to their wallets without having a full Echo node.
We’ve designed and developed an extension that uses Echo’s web3 API to enable DApps on the web to interact with the blockchain and use all of its services. It allows you to connect all of your wallets and use multiple accounts for making secure transactions & receiving payments sent to you via web applications.
Bridge injects Echo’s web3 API into the DApp and enables it to interact with the platform’s blockchain and its services. It also serves as a web wallet that can connect multiple accounts and manage transactions for all of the user’s DApps.
The extension lets you store assets, make fast payments, claim or stake digital tokens, log in to services, and sign smart contracts. Any DApp-related transaction (purchase or currency transfer) becomes much easier to authorize with Bridge.
We used an algorithm to generate random private keys for every single transaction. This makes attempting any malicious attack very costly and unreasonable, as It is based on extracting random strings stored in the device’s memory and decrypting them with the user’s pin number. We’ve combined this mechanism with strong encryption based on the AES US federal government standard used by the NSA to protect top-secret data.
Bridge allows you to generate URLs that lead to a payment request widget. For the customer’s convenience, the widget contains the receiving address, the payment amount, and a QR code to instantly complete the payment by scanning it with your device. Using the QR code, payments can be sent without having the Bridge extension installed.
ERC20 token and smart contract support
Multiple wallet account management
Military-grade AES encryption mechanism
PIN-based key derivation function
Account backup and recovery
Payment request widget generation
Mainnet, testnet, and devnet connection
Network and privacy settings management
Transaction history and activity log
Account names used to substitute public keys