Customer question: Are there solutions in daml addressing a person’s (eg a shareholder’s) access? In many DLT solutions, people use wallets based on PKI infrastructure, allowing owners to sign (their own) transactions.
On the other hand, from a private network’s perspective, is it correct that access is enabled for a person by the network participants? That would mean an additional trust layer is needed to provide private keys for shareholders. However, it’s best to keep private keys secret, so they shouldn’t be exposed to anyone, even a network participant. Is there a solution for that in daml or something like a best practice pattern to grant a person access?