Web3 is a revolutionary changing aspect of technology in the current era but protecting Web3 will be a challenge considering how smart contracts are challenging. New businesses utilizing blockchain technology are more focused on business while their different assets need eyes, such as the most vulnerable DApps and Web3 services.
Decentralized applications, commonly referred to as dApps, are not controlled by a single point of authority. Instead, they run on a blockchain or a P2P network, making them more complex and riskier than traditional applications.
In this talk, we'll discuss how hackers are utilizing their techniques to attack web3 and smart contracts and what are best practices for enterprises to prepare for the challenge.
There has been a heated discussion between how (not) to use verifiable credentials, decentralized identifier and soulbound tokens for building better digital identities. We believe there is room for both or even a merge of on- and off-chain technology.
2022 brought a lot of activity in web3/crypto identity solutions: Soul Bound Tokens, Verifiable Credentials, and even web5?! In this year-in-review we'll examine the varying approaches, the problems they were trying to solve, and discuss how this can inform all of our user-centric identity efforts.