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As you may know (from IDEX faq): How do you safeguard my private key? When a user unlocks their wallet, their private key is stored encrypted in browser memory and cannot be accessed outside of the IDEX app. Private keys are only accessed locally to sign transactions on behalf of a user and are never transmitted outside the device. On sign out, the private ...


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You are correct. private variables are only private for the smart contract scope which means they can't be accessed or modified from other smart contracts. But their values can be read freely outside the blockchain by anyone so they don't hide data in that sense. You can declare any variable private in the contract scope. Similarly you can declare any ...


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According to Solidity Documentation: Private functions and state variables are only visible for the contract they are defined in and not in derived contracts. In Sol, the private keyword doesn't really mean it is private to the contract consumers. What it means is for example that: a contract B imports contract A and contract A has a private variable V....


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