Fire is a tool that makes Web3 simple, by showing you what happens at the smart contract level in a human-readable format.
What is Fire?
'Fire' is a Chrome extension designed to bring clarity to smart contract transactions. It simulates transactions before you sign with your wallet, giving you insights into what will enter and exit your wallet. Works with your existing wallet, prioritizes privacy and security, and does not require your private keys.
At Fire, we believe everyone should know what they're agreeing to BEFORE they sign a smart contract - yet very few actually do. We’d never sign a contract in real life without understanding it first. Yet, so many users transfer hundreds of thousands of $$ without any idea of what they’re actually agreeing to.
So… we built Fire.
Fire is a Chrome extension that sits in your browser and simulates a transaction before you sign with your wallet, giving you visibility into exactly what you're signing. We work with your current wallet and do not have access to your private key (and will never ask for it).
With Fire, you can preview what will enter and exit your wallet BEFORE you sign a transaction.
How it Works: After downloading the Fire extension, it will catch signature requests from your browser, run a simulation, and show you the results. If everything looks good, you sign the transaction using your wallet.
Privacy and Security: We at Fire are committed to protecting your privacy. The information we gather or process is used solely for core functionality of Fire and to improve the quality and security of our service. Your information isn’t and has never been sold to third parties. For more information on privacy and the security of your data visit https://www.joinfire.xyz/privacy-policy
The Fire extension can’t control any of your funds since we do not have access to your seed phrase (and we will never ask for it).
User reviews summary
- protects from scams
- enhances security
- easy to use
- compatibility issues with some wallets
- not compatible with revoke feature
- security protection
- easy to use
- compatibility issues
Fire may not be safe to use and it requires some risky permissions. Exercise caution when installing this extension. Review carefully before installing.
Fire is probably trust-worthy. Prefer other publishers if available. Exercise caution when installing this extension.
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