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Signing messages in Ethereum

Authentication for web3 ?

If you’ve ever interacted with an Ethereum Dapp you’ve probably been asked to “sign” a message or piece of data to authenticate yourself (well your address). I am assuming that like me you want to develop for web3 and so in this post we will go over the basics of signing data, care to join ?

How does it work ( conceptually )




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