Nash Extension permissions and data
The Nash Extension will not read or change any data that could potentially harm you or cause damage in any way. We ask for these permissions because the Extension will interact with websites and dApps that will require the same permissions. We will be able to inform you if a site/dApp is malicious or if it has been whitelisted for use with the Extension, e.g. a third-party online store. Requesting permissions is very common among the extensions, phone apps and websites that you already use.
Any usernames, passwords or keys used or generated through the Nash Extension are stored locally in your browser, not in a central database. We have no records and will never have any records of this information.