Solutions to the rigid authorization barriers in web3

There's been lots of developments in the web3 space and it's really fascinating to see so much work go into that niche of the web, given clearly web3 is the future of the internet. And a lot of those developments have included making onboarding of users a lot simpler for regular Joes(which really should be the first step if we're to see any major adoption), managing identities seamlessly across multi-chains and all in all providing users with web2 based simplicity, with the level of decentralization expected from web3.

Some notable projects working on ensuring everyone gets a feel of the future of the internet are;

Litentry, a decentralized identity aggregator that enables linking user identities across multiple networks. What litentry does is to provide a secure vehicle through which users manage their identities and dApps obtain real-time DID data of an identity owner across different blockchains. The project is also tackling the problem of the current Web2 services which violates user data rights and breaches privacy. It re-builds the order of user data usage in the web, in which users get to control who can access their data without revealing their original identities, and service providers provide users with targeted services based on the personal data authorized by users.

Ore Network: ORE network is an identity management protocol, and it helps to bridge the gap between web2 and web3 allowing users to authenticate their web3 presence with web2 identities connected on multiple blockchains. That's as easy as it gets, getting started with web2 logins like Google and Facebook without giving out any data. The project clearly is helping the onboarding process and making sure anyone and everyone gets access to the technology.

Feel free to share your thoughts about web3 auth and any project focused on making web3 more accessible by lowering the entry barrier.

Solutions to the rigid authorization barriers in web3

6 thoughts on “Solutions to the rigid authorization barriers in web3”

  1. Isn’t it similar to what ENS is focusing on, in terms of making domains an option for users? I agree that web3 accessibility may be quite disturbing for normies, especially the ones that do not know much about the technical parts of the blockchain.

  2. Considering the recent disappointments surrounding centralized exchanges and platforms, I believe that more people will be looking into decentralized options and seeking ways to optimally manage their keys. Best time for such kind of utilities to play out

  3. Since it makes blockchain easy to use for everyone, ORE protocol need to be paid so much attention

  4. I have many Web3 projects working on tools to lower the entry barrier, just a few options are Arweave, Dia, and Cartesi. I’m also always tracking projects building on Substrate and I like what Litentry is doing. To make an entire ecosystem of tools for identities and data is crucial for crypto. I’d like to see a case study of them on Substrate.

    > ORE network is an identity management protocol

    It could be a good addition at the current price?

  5. Accessibility is one part of the web3 development most people arent paying attention to and it practically a solid part of the foundation of web3. Seamless access to every class of users directly impact on its adoption.

  6. Bridging the gap between web2 and web3 will make a lot of sense for web3’s eventual users, as data will still be intact and identities will be pretty easy to manage with tools like the ORE ID.

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