Privacy as a Service
Unlock the Next Generation of Web3 dApps with Confidential Computation
Access the power & flexibility of Secret’s programmable privacy to keep data confidential on-chain, build safer & front-running resistant dApps, and unlock new Web3 use cases.
Discover what’s possible when you can keep data confidential on-chain
With Ethereum smart contracts, all data is public. But with Privacy as a Service (PaaS), your dApp can communicate with Secret to store and compute over encrypted data. This unlocks new uses cases such as:
How it works
Query, store, and compute over encrypted data
With Privacy as a Service, you can use confidential computing in many different ways to enhance your dApp:
Get privately computed data
You can ask a Secret smart contract for data that has been confidentially computed without revealing its inputs on-chain. This enables use cases like verifiable on-chain RNG, where the seed used to create a random number is kept hidden.
Verify encrypted data without revealing it
You can send encrypted data to a Secret contract, which can compare it to other data sources, check whether it’s correct, and send back the answer without revealing any sensitive details. This enables you to design tools like secure login functionalities. It can also trigger actions on other chains and process transactions, which allows for use cases like walletless applications.
Create a private data layer for your dApp
By creating a “sister contract” on Secret Network, you can make parts of your EVM application private. This allows for features like access control for NFTs, certificates, invoices, and other sensitive documents. You can choose what data of an object to keep private, with an owner needing to verify their identity before being able to access it.
The benefits of using Secret’s Privacy as a Service
Start building with confidential data
Use our Ethereum (EVM) Developer Toolkit to create a confidential layer for your dApp and start exploring what’s possible with on-chain data confidentiality.
Ready-made PaaS features you can use right now
On-Chain Verifiable RNG
Secret VRF provides verifiable on-chain randomness that can be used to make games, NFT minting, governance, and other dApps fairer, safer, and tamperproof.