Arcana Network has onboarded Quilt Chat as a new mainnet launch partner. It is a step towards our effort to onboard great partners and supports them in their web3 journey.
Quilt Chat is a P2P decentralised chat service that aims to provide an efficient way of interacting in web3. Quilt allows users to foster community building and allow a free flow of information across multiple chains/networks. The current situation with web2 social media is appalling. You need to give away your data to interact with one another. Web2 giants then use your data and monetise it without letting you control any part of it. Hence we need a solution that lets us interact with one another anonymously while controlling the data. Hence Quilt Chat aims to solve these problems by building it on the blockchain. Quilt chat solves interactions within web3 possible by enabling users to interact across different blockchains. They recently released a global chat, supported on Polygon and Tezos chains. The first interaction use case picked by Quilt’s team is NFT trading. Many users would like to chat with future owners or reach out to artists/owners to negotiate or barter. Along with interaction for NFT owners, they have started supporting minimal customisations.
How does Quilt align with Arcana’s mainnet?
In Quit’s vision of interconnected web3 mesh where people can socialise and transact, they will have to onboard users, create their wallets by assigning them keys and store their data. Arcana Network comes in handy with a modular solution for all mentioned above.
Arcana network’s web3 auth SDK can help Quilt onboard users with traditional web2 mechanisms like social auth or magic link (passwordless authentication), thus reducing the friction and helping them scale faster. Quilt will also use Arcana Network’s decentralised storage to store user data onchain, which will help users get 100% control and transparency over their data and manage it using their keys. This will help in their goal of being end-to-end encrypted. Arcana’s web wallet will help them assign keys to non-native web3 users without knowing how to manage keys. This will reduce their friction even further and thus help them gain traction with the web2 audience. As a part of our onboarding commitment, we will also be helping Quilt by supporting them in areas around product, growth and community building and helping them launch on Arcana’s Mainnet.
Quote from Quilt
At Quilt, we are building a safer way of connecting on web3, providing the social experience with the space needs. We also support the creator economy by providing a platform that allows them to connect and build community, efficiently generating sales and relating with their communities.
To achieve this, we must ensure a seamless onboarding user experience, which is why we are excited about working with Arcana Network.
Abduljalaal Abubakar, Co-Founder Quilt
About Arcana Network
Arcana is Web3 infra for devs to launch and scale apps through its Auth, Store, and Access SDKs. Web3 apps use Arcana’s SDK to authenticate users with Social and Passwordless Auth and create non-custodial wallets, Store Encrypted/Unencrypted Data, and Manage Access. Built for Ethereum and EVM-based chains, with Arcana’s privacy stack, developers can build secure and privacy-preserving apps with a seamless user experience.
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