Integrate "Incognito Mode" for every crypto wallet

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It’s quite easy, google built the most advanced search engine on the planet, and when you build a web browser or mobile application you don’t need to reinvent a search engine. Most of Devs prefer to integrate the existed one and focus on other things to satisfy their users.


Incognito team has spend two years on building universal privacy solution for crypto wallets.

If you develop crypto wallet and would like to integrate “one click” privacy mode for digital assets. It’s easier than most of the people think:

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  3. We are ready to provide any kind of tech support if needed

SDK is here

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I think one possible ‘endgame’ for Incognito is to have it incorporated into most wallets.

It’s hard to get their attention now.

What about building a super lightweight version of Incognito as a ‘proof of concept’ or ‘MVP’ that we use to pitch integrations to other wallets?



Integration with other wallets seems like a must.

Take a look at the AZTEC Protocol.

This is a project that is direct competition to Incognito. Similar idea. Wrap any existing crypto asset in a smart contract that creates Zero Knowledge proofs for transaction privacy. Integration with existing wallets is apparently very easy - “Integrate with one line of code, compatible with any EIP712 wallet.”

In terms of integration with other wallets, they are first movers. Incognito should definitely focus some effort in this area to pull in market share from first mover status before AZTEC or another project does so.

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@Mike_Wagner integration with other wallets to provide incognito mode in these wallets would be a great ux for users. the users don’t have to leave their favorite wallets; they can still enjoy incognito mode when they want to.

@Grant why is hard to get their attention? i don’t see how a “light-weight wallet demo app” can help us to get their attention or convince them to work with incognito. it’s not that hard to explain the concept of incognito mode for their wallet to them.

instead of spending months and engineering resources building a this “demo wallet”, why don’t we just reach out and talk to them now?

@duy - agreed, but my thought was that it shouldn’t take months to build, and the core team wouldn’t build it. I was thinking someone in the community who has experience building a wallet could put together something very basic to show it off. Either way we should definitely reach out to wallets as well.

Hi Mike. Can you tell me which ETH wallets that Aztec protocol has been integrated in? Sounds like an amazing topic for me take a deep-dive.

AZTEC has been integrated in the SwapperD wallet from Ren.

AZTEC has been integrated with Carbon’s API for use with their CUSD stablecoin.


Just check both the projects @Mike_Wagner. It seems like they are all in developing or has switched their direction to not strongly focus on privacy.



That’s good news for Incognito. Less competition, lol!

I didn’t have much luck finding any other projects incorporating AZTEC. Maybe AZTEC is keeping their partner projects close to their chest now. Or they are like so many other startup projects that release lots of PR but not much actual usage.

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