Ephemeral Compute Instances and Security
The Threely Networks Layer (TNL) serves as a temporary or permanent functional and secure enclave, much akin to a Trusted Execution Environment (TEEs). This allows the TNL to provision functions such as wallet creation, hash functions, and transaction signing when users log in to dApps with Threely Enter.
These temporary instances are instantiated on a per-function basis. They are terminated post-execution of the specific function (e.g., wallet creation), thus reducing the attack surface by limiting/eliminating client-side computation, enhancing security, and safeguarding user data. The TNL, as a result, plays a vital role in facilitating the secure and efficient utilization of data computation that Threely Enter and other Threely components utilize.