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Singularity: Unlock the Power of Confidential DeFi

Singularity is the institutional-grade DeFi access layer that allows you to transact on-chain with commercial confidentiality

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Institutional - Grade DeFi Access Layer to Transact On-chain Confidentially

Singularity is KYB/KYC permissioned institutional DeFi access layer that provides access to popular protocols for onchain participants to transact with commercial confidentiality

Commercial Confidentiality

Users transact onchain with their wallets obfuscated.


Singularity supports a range of non-custodial wallets, including Metamask, Fireblocks and Gnosis Safe.

Advanced zero-knowledge technology

Singularity uses a set of zero knowledge circuits developed using Noir, one of the most advanced zero knowledge languages available.


Singularity is integrated with major DeFi protocols for users to leverage existing onchain liquidity.


Only compliant wallets can utilize Singularity. Compliance policies are updated regularly and wallets must be compliant at the time of use.

Our Investors & Partners

Our Investors & Partners

Compliance Partners

Unlock DeFi with our partnered privacy preserving compliance oracles across multiple chains.

Our zero-knowledge compliance oracles allow you to verify your wallet without linking your identity to your wallet - maintain anonymity whilst becoming compliant

Our Ecosystem

Deployed Chains:

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What is Singularity?

Singularity is a permissioned institutional DeFi access layer that provides access to popular protocols for institutional onchain participants with commercial confidentiality. Users will have their wallet addresses obfuscated whilst leveraging existing DeFi liquidity. As well as accessing existing external DeFi pools from the Singularity, users can swap and transfer within the Singularity contract such as conducting OTC trades without the need of an escrow.

Why use Singularity?

Wallet address obfuscation - User wallets are not revealed onchain. Singularity contract address is the single ‘user’ onchain.

Compliance - Prior to entering the Singularity contract, all users pass KYB/KYC, similar requirements to that of an exchange or traditional bank.

Liquidity - Users can leverage existing DeFi onchain liquidity by executing in the integrated DeFi pools.

Multi-asset support - Singularity will support any ERC20 and ERC721.

Wallets and custody support - Singularity supports MPC and multi-signatory wallets such as Fireblocks and Gnosis Safe.

Transacting within Singularity for complete obfuscation - Users can complete OTC swap or transfer inside the Singularity contract, thereby obfuscating both the transactions and wallet addresses onchain.

Who can use Singularity?

Singularity is accessible to any individual or entities who pass through KYC/KYB and want to maintain preserve commercial confidentiality with their onchain transactions. Institutional users of Singularity include include liquid funds, venture funds, asset managers and OTC desks.

What are some of the common use cases for Singularity?

Any onchain transactions that require commercial confidentiality: All onchain DeFi transactions including swaps, liquidity provisioning, staking, lending and borrowing via external DeFi pools. Periodic wallet management to maintain wallet hygieneOTC swaps and transfers within Singularity. Claiming vesting tokens inside Singularity for complete commercial confidentiality.

What is the KYC/KYB verification?

As the first step to onboarding into Singularity, users will be required to verify themselves off-chain through a third-party KYC/KYB provider.Users may select a variety of documents to verify themselves with, which the third-party verification provider will screen & ensure that it meets their requirements for the jurisdictions that the users are registered in.

Will wallet addresses be checked on-chain?

Yes, as part of the onboarding process, in addition to passing off-chain KYC/KYB, user wallets will go through on-chain analysis to ensure they are not on any sanctioned or blacklists.

Where is my KYC/KYB data stored?

Your KYC/KYB data is stored with the third-party provider’s encrypted internal off-chain database. There is no link between your data & your on-chain wallet address, thereby protecting your on-chain anonymity.


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