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Magic Labs, a Web3 infrastructure provider, is positioned to make it easier for developers to create dApps and for consumers and businesses to embrace them at scale.
Magic is poised to become a leader in providing novel Web3 user experiences, transforming user authentication, providing enterprise-grade security and compliance (e.g. SOC 2 Type 2), Web3 user onboarding, and addressing major pain points in mainstream user adoption of dApps, thanks to its patented user authentication and private key management technology.
End users in traditional Decentralized Finance (Defi) apps still have to pick between the simplicity of use and security, resulting in limited dApp acceptance and usage.
With the Magic SDKs, developers can get an application powered by Magic up and running in minutes with just a few lines of code. Magic’s product suite is blockchain-agnostic, future-proof, and forward-compatible.
They want to make it easier for software developers to create multi-chain dApps, which will help to boost user acceptance right now. Magic SDKs have already been used by over 91,000 developers to create applications with over 9 million users on 20+ blockchains, including Polygon, Algorand, Solana, the Ethereum chain, Binance Smart Chain, Avalanche, and others.
OpenSea, Decentraland, Immutable X, Rarible, Nifty’s, Magic Eden, Decrypt, Showtime (NFT social network), third web, Polygon, and others are the most noteworthy among Magic’s key clients and partners.
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