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Anser (Latin for goose) is a self-custodial web wallet for the Liquid network that seamlessly integrates with the Alby browser extension and the winning submission for the Alby+Blockstream Bounty.

The master key never leaves the browser

Anser functions as a client-side wallet, safeguarding your privacy by never requiring direct access to your private key. Instead, it delegates the task of transaction signing to the Alby Browser Extension, ensuring that your private key stays securely stored on your device.

For more information how Alby enables signing of Liquid and Bitcoin onchain transactions have a look at these docs.

Get started

To get started, simply add a master key to your Alby Extension.
It is used to derive a key to sign Liquid transactions - so don’t forget to back it up. Now, all you need to do is to launch and connect to Anser.

With Anser, you tap into the capabilities of Liquid, seamlessly integrated into the convenience of a web-based wallet.

And if you're a developer looking to incorporate Liquid into your web app, Anser is also available as a standalone library.

But is it open source? Absolutely! It's freely available to explore and contribute on GitHub.

Interested? Check it out on the live instance here (also on ipfs) or learn how to self-host your instance.