MetaMask provides a new toolkit to simplify the registration process for Web3 users

Consensys reveals a revolutionary framework at EthCC that significantly improves Web3 user engagement and streamlines the development of decentralized applications.

Consensys announced the MetaMask Delegation Toolkit at EthCC, a significant milestone in the company’s endeavors to encourage the adoption of blockchain and Web3.

The toolkit allows developers to develop protocols and decentralized applications (DApps) that provide novel user experiences, as indicated in a press release made available to Cointelegraph.

Arbitrum, Avalanche, Base, Linea, Optimism, and Polygon are among the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) chains that will support the MetaMask framework.

In an interview with Cointelegraph, Dan Finlay, co-founder of MetaMask, disclosed that while the initial version was exclusively Ethereum-based, there are components that he believes could be “simply converted to be chain-agnostic.”

A study conducted by Consensys, which included 15,000 participants aged 18 to 65, indicates that a significant number of individuals find crypto to be excessively complex and difficult.

The framework endeavors to address the discrepancy between the public’s perception of Web3 and its potential by minimizing the necessity for direct interactions with Web3 infrastructure and eliminating unnecessary user actions.

Finlay informed Cointelegraph that the toolkit enables users to “write custom policies” when discussing permission and enforcement systems.

“The enforcement system is entirely unrestricted, and you have the ability to invite an individual to an experience, such as an application, and grant them an allowance.”

The MetaMask Delegation Toolkit eliminates the necessity for seed phrase management and facilitates immediate user enrollment without the need for extensions or application installations.

The official press release states that the toolkit will “entirely eradicate user friction,” which will result in smoother interactions by eliminating pop-ups and incessant confirmations.

Additionally, it will facilitate improved administration of gas fees, enabling “gasless transactions or postponed or reassigned gas costs.”

Finlay discussed the specifics, stating that when a user connects to a site, it states, “I wish to perform this action; this is the information I require.”

“[The toolkit] enables users to specify the conditions under which they would permit this to occur, and confirmations are no longer necessary. Instead, users can experience uninterrupted website operations.”

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