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June 15, 2023

Keyp & Web3Auth Social Logins

Social logins for Web3 apps allow users to sign in with their existing Google, Twitter, Discord, Chess.com and many other accounts to be given a wallet. This makes onboarding users much easier and gives users a familiar experience.

The most popular, scalable, safe and stable social login provider for MPC crypto wallets is undoubtedly Web3Auth. More on MPC below. Luckily, Keyp is a Web3Auth partner, benefiting from their secure infrastructure and building additional tools that make Web3 social logins for your app or game even easier to add and more powerful.

While the infrastructure behind and the types of experiences you can build with Keyp and Web3Auth are very similar, there are some key differences:

Multi Party Computation for Key Security

Both Keyp and Web3Auth's social logins are powered by the Auth Network, an open-source, MPC key management network that splits and secures user keys. Check out more about the tech here.

Members of the Torus Network are validator nodes that operate the Distributed Key Generation, Proactive Secret Sharing and Key Assignment protocol and consist of geographically distributed and diverse business institutions. The Torus Network exists to make their collective mission a reality: to create a simple key management store that empowers billions of people to leverage on the benefits of blockchain technology. Each Torus Node is represented on the Torus Network and governs its future.

In no particular order, current node operators are:

  • Binance
  • Ethereum Name Service
  • Etherscan
  • Polygon (MATIC)
  • Zilliqa
  • Tendermint
  • Ontology
  • Torus

Looking for more technical docs about how key management works? Check out this doc from Torus, creator of Auth Network.

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