Does the snapd package manager in Debian-based systems require successful cryptographic authentication and integrity validation for all packages?

I know that software downloaded with apt-get packages must be cryptographically verified because the repo's manifest files (synced with apt-get update) are cryptographically signed.

But what about snapd?

Do Operating Systems with snapd require valid signatures from a pinned set of keys on all packages by default?

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