The Keep Network is a privacy layer for blockchains that allows users and applications to store data privately. It features off-chain containers for private data called keeps. The network randomly assigns keeps to a system of participants, called signers, that help store and manage these data containers. Keep’s core application, the Random Beacon, provides this source of randomness and aims to ensure an individual signer cannot decode the information stored in the network. Each participant stakes KEEP tokens to act as a signer in exchange for a service fee.
Keep Network is a solid project that aims to bring a solution to one of the few major limitations of public blockchains, privacy, allowing to privately store data online and in a decentralized way. The codebase is looking great and there is a lot of activity going on the public repositories of the project. Backed by some of the best VCs in the blockchain ecosystem and with the growing demand for privacy on blockchains, Keep is well positioned to succeed. We hope to see the solution become a bit easier to use with time to facilitate adoption. The token KEEP is trading and available on both centralized (Coinbase, Binance) and decentralized (Uniswap) exchanges.