Developers are working on ways to get rid of seed words and even private keys, while still keeping users in control.
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The foundation of the Web3 ecosystem is the wallet, an app or browser extension that lets users verify their web identities and authorize transactions. But using a wallet has always involved a steep learning curve. New users must learn to copy down their seed words and store them in a safe place, create a strong password to encrypt their keystore file, copy addresses accurately when sending funds, and other things they may never have to learn when using a Web2 app.
If a new user wants to make onboarding more accessible, one option is to use a custodial
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