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Crypto has grown rapidly in some areas more than others. In the case of the problem we're attempting to solve, security is a lesser advanced focus. Namely, human error associated with the process of how blockchain technology is orchestrated to operate. A single point of failure is it's short-come. Only either a wallets seed phrase or private key is required to expose somebodies entire holdings. And these aren't just assets, they're smart contract ownership's, nft's, bridges, oracles, authorization services and more.
Those two single points of failure in conjunction with blockchain and crypto being rapidly growing technologies with aspects out of our control are why we cannot guarantee 100% success with KillSwitch's current model. There are models that would provide greater levels of protection (still not 100% however), but the industry isn't ready to place the amount of trust they would require. We're hoping to pave that way with this model of KillSwitch leading to a higher trusted, more secure web3.