The Ethereum community has accidentally solved a major problem of the Internet: Single Sign-On “Sign-In w/ Ethereum” is the future of login for every app on the Internet, crypto-related or not Not just an idea, it’s already the norm for web3 & will spread

Thanks to the hard work of Spruce, following their announcement on March 8th, you can now add Sign-in with Ethereum to your Auth0 tenant via their marketplace integration.

In our pursuit of best serving web2 and web3 organizations, we’ve partnered with Auth0 to offer a Sign-In with Ethereum option in their marketplace.

a number of breakout sessions took place, including a session on how Sign-In with Ethereum, CACAOs, and UCANs interoperate, and even one on a unified standard for wallet authentication (sign in with ‘x’).

Sign-In with Ethereum opens a path where large corporations can no longer strip a user’s ability to access services or spy on their actions. It opens the door for a massive amount of impact in web2 apps and services

In our continued updates on Sign-In with Ethereum support, we’re pleased to announce that we’ve harmonized the behavior of our SIWE Core APIs across different languages, added a number of optimizations, and have released a new beta of our TypeScript library with the included changes.

Sismo issues badges (non-transferable NFTs) to your public Ethereum profiles (ENS names). They are Zero-Knowledge (ZK) attestations of facts imported from your other accounts (Ethereum accounts as well as twitter or github). You can aggregate your reputation, with confidentiality, to your public profile.

Ethereum, we’re happy to announce the alpha release of our Go library in order to enable any Go project to leverage SIWE

In recognition of our extensive experience with decentralized identity, Spruce was chosen in September to work with the Ethereum Foundation and ENS to develop Sign-In with Ethereum. This is meant to let users access online services by using their Ethereum accounts as an identifier, rather than an account owned by large corporations like Facebook or Google.