Moonsama, an NFT project based in Polkadot, announced the integration of SocialKYC onto its Multiverse Bridge. This allows users to log in using their wallets and not usernames or passwords.
Moonsama integrated the feature through a partnership between KILTprotocol and its Sporran Wallet, as well as SocialKYC credentials.
This new feature allows users with SocialKYC credentials to log into their Moonsama accounts. If there is a breach, it will not be possible for personal data to be compromised.
Follow these steps to create your Sporran Wallet credentials and set up your SocialKYC credentials.
According to the announcement, decentralized login will have a revolutionizing impact on the metaverse.
The future could see users being able to directly link their social media profiles to the metaverse via platforms such as Telegram and Twitter.
Although there has been some discussion about digital identity’s role in the metaverse but this is the first implementation.
SocialKYC does not store, save or share users’ personal information once they log in. Per the press statement, “it forgets about the user and its credential once the credential has been issued.”
Moonsama also gives anyone who logs in to KILT before August 1st, a special NFT skin they can use in their metaverses.
Moonsama will introduce AssetDIDs
The announcement also contained future plans of the project such as AssetDIDs. This is a new type or identifier that can both be used with multiple asset types, including non-fungible assets, like NFTs.
It will help to improve security and resolve issues related to the ownership and authenticity of digital assets.
Moonsama, a pioneering NFT project, is focused on the Polkadot & Kusama ecosystems. Moonriver launched it in September 2021. It has the largest community and market cap.
This project is agile in its development approach and has already implemented multichain-NFT technology. It is currently working on other metaverse-related projects.
The KILT protocol, a blockchain identity protocol that uses full decentralization and operates as a Parachain on Kusama, is the KILT protocol. It allows users to issue self -sovereign anonymous and verifiable credentials. There are five applications and many more integrations.