Sui Network Streamlines Blockchain Sign-In Using Popular Social Media Accounts
Sui Network introduces a user-friendly sign-in process for its apps using familiar social media details, aiming to boost blockchain technology adoption and ease-of-use.
Fri, 15 Sep 2023, 10:48 am UTC
Sui Network, a prominent layer-one blockchain, is advancing its efforts to make Web3's entrance smoother for the average internet user. Their most recent development allows individuals to use Sui-supported applications with the help of familiar login details from platforms like Google, Facebook, and Twitch. This comes as a game-changer through a feature known as zkLogin or Zero Knowledge login.
Previously, one of the significant challenges for individuals was the complexity surrounding Web3 wallets. But with this innovative feature, logging into decentralized applications or DApps has become as straightforward as signing into regular online platforms.
Greg Siourounis, the Managing Director of the Sui Foundation, emphasized the transformative potential of this development. Siourounis believes that using familiar social media logins to access dApps will significantly increase the adaptability of blockchain applications for a broader audience.
The user experience, particularly for those unfamiliar with blockchain intricacies, has often been less than intuitive. Common complaints centered around the complicated process of approving transactions, handling seed phrases, and navigating the intricate world of DApps. Adeniyi Abiodun, a key figure at Mysten Labs, commented on the widespread frustration many experience when trying to incorporate Web3 wallets and managing intricate seed phrases into their routine.
The highlight of zkLogin is its ability to uphold the hallmark features of blockchain, such as privacy and data ownership, without compromising on safety measures. Zero-knowledge proof, the technology driving zkLogin, enables a user to affirm an assertion's validity without exposing any extra details, except that the statement is true.
However, Sui Network isn't the only entity pushing for more user-friendly Web3 interfaces. DYOR, a notable cryptocurrency exchange, unveiled plans on August 28 to create a user-friendly platform, mirroring social media, aiming to demystify the decentralized finance (DeFi) market. Moxy, a budding Web3 gaming venture, is introducing gamers to Web3 through a unique blockchain gaming model, emphasizing competitive esports over play-to-earn structures.
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