defido2 is a command-line contract-based ethereum wallet intended for DeFi (decentralised finance) use-cases. The wallet's key material is stored on special-purpose tamper-resistant devices known as FIDO2 or U2F keys. All signature operations are performed on the key itself. FIDO2 keys are cheap and common, since they are being heavily promoted by google/twitter/github/etc for webauthn, second-factor logins. Additionally, OpenSSH now supports FIDO2 devices for password-free logins. defido2 uses libfido2, so it should support any CTAP2-capable FIDO2 device. We've tested with 2 models of Yubikey, Solo USB-C, and Solo SOMU. Solos can be purchased for $20 on their web store.
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