An agnostic wallet management system
Starton is not a custodian
Security is a priority. You own your key and assets, everything is encrypted. You can use a KMS or a third-party wallet. Since creating a KMS can be overkill during tests, we provide you with a test wallet to start faster.
Frequently asked questions
Who is paying for gas fees?
Your smart contract, your gas fees. Starton does not handle the payment of gas fees, you manage them. Read more on gas management:
What is a KMS?
A KMS (Key Management System) is a piece of hardware that keeps private keys safe in the cloud. For example, Amazon Web Services provides a KMS service. A KMS enables you to sign transactions automatically.
When should I use a KMS?
When you have a large amount of transactions, validate them manually is not an option. To scale and automate signing process of large volume of transactions, KMS is a secured solution. Read more:
What are the supported wallets?
When deploying and interacting with Smart Contracts, you can use a third-party wallet to sign transactions manually. Starton supports Metamask. But if you want to automate transactions, Starton allows you to delegate transactions signing to an AWS Key Management System. Learn more about supported wallet here:
What is a Faucet?
A crypto faucet is a website or application that gives away small amounts of cryptocurrency, usually in exchange for completing simple tasks or captcha puzzles. They are usually used as a way to get small amounts of testnet tokens, to be used on testnet networks.