Bitident chose Metaverse blockchain as the platform to support its authentication system on the blockchain.
Implemented in MyETPWallet v0.8.0, Bitident protocol enables users to login to compatibles websites or applications in a fully decentralized way, using their Metaverse Avatar.
Bitident protocol makes identification easy to implement for developers looking for a decentralized authentication solution.
In order to verify the identity of a user, a request is sent to him or her. The user can then use his Metaverse wallet to sign it and the requester can finally verify that the signature is matching the one of the Avatar.
Bitident published a working demo on their official website. This protocol can be integrated into any website that desires to use Metaverse Avatars in order to login, instead of the classic email/password pair, or as a decentralized 2FA instead of Google Authenticator or other 2FA solutions. …
Since version 0.7.2, the ETP bridge of MyETPWallet provides the option to exchange ETP with many other major cryptocurrencies. It uses the SWFT platform to exchange cryptocurrencies from wallet to wallet, without having to go through a classic exchange.
This tutorial will describe how to buy or sell ETP using MyETPWallet.
Let’s start with buying ETP. First, go to the ETP bridge tab under the menu to create an order.
You can then choose which currency you want to deposit, and for which amount. In this example, I will deposit 0.05 …
Metaverse Pillars of Creation (MPC) is the next major upgrade of Metaverse blockchain. This upgrade is divided into 2 phases: double consensus PoW/PoS in phase 1 and triple consensus PoW/PoS/dPoS in phase 2.
MPC upgrade is getting closer, and similar to the previous update SuperNova in June 2018, will bring major changes in the blockchain, one of them being MST mining.
MST (Metaverse Smart Token) is one of the tokens standards on Metaverse, like Ethereum has ERC 20 (and others) or NEO has NEP-5. However, one of the common concerns of projects being built on major blockchains is how to distribute their tokens. The most popular ways are via ICOs, often followed by airdrops. …
Metaverse Pillars of Creation (MPC) is the next major upgrade of Metaverse blockchain. This major upgrade is divided into 2 phases: double consensus PoW/PoS in phase 1 and triple consensus PoW/PoS/dPoS in phase 2.
Following the global crypto market, most of PoW blockchains are facing a drop of their mining difficulty, exposing them to 51% attacks or selfish mining. This risk was highlighted by the recent attack of ETC, leading to thousands of ETC lost for the impacted exchanges.
In order to face this issue, Metaverse is implementing a double consensus PoW/PoS in MPC phase 1, followed by a triple consensus PoW/PoS/dPoS in MPC phase 2. These changes will greatly improve the security of Metaverse by highly increasing the complexity and cost of such attacks. …
Metaverse Explained is an ongoing series explaining Metaverse and its functionalities.
One of the most important goals of Metaverse is to make blockchain accessible to users who don’t have strong technical knowledge. In order to achieve this goal and to help users avoid scams, we have worked to ensure that MST symbols are easy to recognize. As opposed to ERC-20 tokens on Ethereum, each MST has a unique symbol, and, as of Supernova, each MST also has to be created by an Avatar in order to identify the issuer of the token. …
Metaverse Explained is an ongoing series explaining Metaverse and its applications.
The plugins feature is still in an early stage of development, and is currently only available on the testnet. Please use it with caution, and do not add untrusted plugins.
Beginning with v0.4.1 of MyETPWallet, users can now add plugins on the testnet. Plugins are third-party applications that can be added to the wallet in order to share some of the wallet’s information with the plugin. Plugins are a very simple and convenient way for developers to connect their applications with Metaverse.
What are plugins?
One popular place where plugins are frequently used is Facebook. Small applications on Facebook request access to some of their users’ information (friends, pictures, etc.) in order to personalize their experiences in games, tests…