I think Openlogin can be really useful since every web2 users could authenticate easily.
Do you mind sharing your “Internet Computer Adapter” code ?
We have to generate a public/private key and pass it to web3auth ? I just don’t want to introduce a big security risk
I haven’t been able to find much information/documentation on the actual Torus network itself and how it is architected, how decentralized it is, etc. (please point me to docs if you’ve found them!).
I definitely see a potential benefit in de-risking your application by having user auth and user data on different blockchains (especially given the friction and performance around adopting Internet Identity), but I would be wary to use Web3Auth if it’s architecture is more centralized or less documented (even if it does provide a great user workflow and experience).
I think this looks like a promising auth route, just want to make sure I understand all of the pros/cons for any projects I might build before thinking about or using Torus Web3Auth, as well as for others who are reading this thread in the future because they are considering using Torus Web3Auth for their applications.
I’m looking at Web3Auth as a more user friendly login for my app, my users aren’t particularly familiar with web3. I’m wondering how you got on? My frontend will be a React webapp and a React Native mobile version.
@jzxchiang did you face issues with edge cases on different devices and OS versions?