Onboarding the world to Web3 with universal Threely Identities.
A Threely Address is a blockchain-agnostic unique identifier that consists of three words separated by two periods. It serves as the entry point for users to access the Threely ecosystem, including the Threely Companion and its functions, as well as Threely Build. Users are prompted to create (mint) a Threely Address when they enter the Threely ecosystem through the native application or ecosystem dApps. Examples of Threely Addresses include "build.on.threely," "lol.its.ally," and "pay.to.wally."
Gateway to Web3 — Threely aims to make it easier for users to access and engage with a wide range of blockchain networks. Upon creating a Threely Address, the system generates hundreds of wallets across more than 300 blockchains using isolated decentralized compute functions through the Threely Networks Layer (read Super Layer).
This process is designed to simplify the process of onboarding to Web3 for users, as they no longer need to manually create and manage multiple wallets across different blockchain networks. Instead, they can access these networks through a single Threely Address, simplifying their user experience and making it easier for them to engage with Web3.
As a universal DID (Decentralized Identifier) and profile, Threely addresses can be used across the Web3 ecosystem to facilitate a wide range of interactions and transactions. Using a Threely address, peers can follow, send, gift, drop, and request transactions, messages, and other on-chain metadata.
In addition to facilitating these interactions, Threely also includes privacy settings that allow users to restrict certain options (such as request payments) for users outside of their Web3 circle. This helps to ensure that users have control over their personal information and can choose who they interact with on the network.
Alongside using Threely as your Web3 profile, Threely Enter is a feature that allows users to log in to dApps (connect a wallet) using their Threely Address, rather than a wallet extension. This makes it easier for users to access and engage with dApps, and removes the need to install and manage multiple wallet extensions.
In addition to facilitating login, Threely also offers a reusable Zero Knowledge KYC Signature to users who wish to share their identity with dApps that require it. This signature is a self-sovereign identity that puts users in control of their own identity and allows them to selectively disclose certain aspects of their identity in a secure, obfuscated manner.
Overall, Threely's suite of tools and features are designed to make it easier for users to access and interact with Web3, and to facilitate a smooth onboarding experience across a range of dApps and blockchain networks.