Learn about content authenticity, why it remains a pressing issue, and a proof-of-concept to demonstrate a potential solution.
We’re excited to release three new reference apps, the Sprouts, that demonstrate how you can leverage the SpruceKit open source libraries to introduce decentralized identity in the next app you build.
RainbowKit provides an easy and convenient way for users of your dapp to connect any wallet they have so they can Sign-In With Ethereum and get started using it. In this example, we will show you how to quickly create a new dapp that uses RainbowKit and Sign-In with Ethereum with SSX.
Sign-In with Ethereum isn’t just for Ethereum. It does, in fact, work with L2s and other EVM-compatible chains, and it’s quite easy to set up with the existing SIWE libraries.
Next.js provides developers with the right tools to create their latest projects. This guide will show you how to install Sign-In with Ethereum in your Next.js app by using SSX.
Part of our continued work with SSX involves making Sign-In with Ethereum both as easy as possible for developers to integrate and having support for various environments and use cases. We've recently heard from developers that they wish to integrate Sign-In with Ethereum, but still would like to retain email-based
This example will show developers how to build and enable token-gated access in their dapp with SSX based on holding an ENS name. Additionally, it will show a developer how to also use SSX with RainbowKit and Alchemy.