In this video we demo how Silkey signs users into dummy websites without collecting a email/password crypto wallet. Watch it now.
With Silkey, users authenticate themselves using a crypto wallet, and apps simply request permissions to access their data. This means developers don’t need to keep sensitive data such as emails and passwords.
With no emails/passwords to collect, and by empowering users to control their data, web3 users including privacy-conscious ones will have more reasons to trust your app and engage with it.
Silkey’s dAuth standard is easy to implement and maintain saving you hundreds of development hours that you can spend on developing core applications.
You can ask users to opt in to receive your emails either during sign-up or over time using Silkey’s gradual permissions.