Flare Partners with Web3Auth to Streamline Web3 App Access
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Flare’s strategic partnership with Web3Auth aims to simplify access to Web3 applications and services through the use of email and social login credentials.
Data Blockchain company Flare today announced its strategic partnership with Web3Auth, a wallet-as-a-service (WaaS) infrastructure provider. The collaboration aims to facilitate simplified access to Web3 applications and services through the use of email and social login credentials.
Flare’s integration with Web3Auth aims to eliminate the need for cumbersome seed phrases when creating or accessing a Web3 wallet. This ‘Web2.5 experience’ partnership enables users to employ their existing Google, Apple, Telegram, Discord and all OAuth-supported accounts for swift access to decentralized apps and services on the Flare network.
Recognizing the intricacies and potential pitfalls associated with seed phrases, this paradigm shift towards a more conventional and straightforward login process seeks to enhance the user experience and expedite widespread adoption. Both mainstream and crypto-savvy users stand to benefit from a login approach that has been the cornerstone of web and mobile platforms for decades.
“Onboarding non-Web3 users is a major hurdle for existing dApps and developers. A decentralized and secure way of combining classical social login with Web3 authentication means that new users no longer need to set up the private keys but can use the product immediately,” said Filip Koprivec, Senior Solidity Engineer at Flare.
For developers engaged in crafting decentralized applications (dApps) or wallets on the Flare ecosystem, the integration of Web3Auth offers a streamlined onboarding process that promises a far more user-friendly experience.
Web3Auth, while embracing the principles of privacy and security inherent in blockchain technology, retains the non-custodial attributes of a wallet management system, ensuring users maintain complete control and ownership of their cryptographic wallets.
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