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About Ronin Wallet's Trusted Domain System

Overview

The Ronin Wallet's Trusted Domain System (TDS) categorizes apps into various trust levels based on the reputation of their developers. This system aims to alert users to potential risks associated with using any given app, whether it's a website or software. When users of Ronin Wallet initiate transactions with a app, they'll see a special badge within the transaction confirmation dialog. This badge indicates the trust level of the app, guiding users on how cautiously they should proceed.

The TDS includes four levels, ranging from the most trusted to the least:

Mavis apps

The "Mavis" apps are projects built and deployed by Sky Mavis or Ronin. Users can can feel safe interacting with these apps.

The indicator used for a Mavis app is a yellow badge.

Examples:

Mavis’s Friend app

The "Mavis's friends" apps are projects built by business partners of Sky Mavis or Ronin. Although these apps are trustworthy, Sky Mavis cannot guarantee the safety when users are interacting with these apps.

The indicator used for a Mavis's friend app is a blue badge.

Examples:

Unknown app

The "Unknown" apps are projects that users should visit with caution. The indicator used for an unknown app is a yellow badge.

Known threat

The "Known Threat" apps are projects that have been identified as malicious or harmful to users. Users should avoid interacting with these apps. The indicator used for a known threat is a red badge.

Register your app in the TDS

To register your app, contact your Sky Mavis partner engineer.

Registering your app in the TDS ensures that users can trust your app and interact with it safely. Unregistered apps may be categorized as "Unknown," which could inadvertently deter users from engaging with them due to perceived security concerns.

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