Picket API

Picket API supports over 170 wallets and over 100 languages. With a single click, users can authenticate their wallets, linking their walletsto DApps or using it to gate tokens.The Picket team provides intuitive resources and API products for developers to simply authenticate the security of any wallet their users want to interactwith.


Many investors, including a16z and Solana, back Dynamic due to its applaudable market-driven product offerings.Dynamic offers APIs, SDKs, and dashboards for developers to use and in turn,manage users as well.The React library of Dynamic automatically detects the wallets that areinstalled on a machine and customizes those wallets to the brand identity of theproject a developer is building.

Arcana Network

Mayur Relekar and Aravindh Kumar are the two masterminds behind the creation of the Arcana network – a privacy and data storage protocol for building DApps.Developers leverage the Arcana toolkit to build and deploy battle-tested DApps.The users can also determine who gets access to their stored data.The user onboarding phase is seamless because the users do not have to input passwords, as everything is automated with Arcana.


Backed by Binance, Aave, and other key industry players, Torus is one of the leading key management infrastructures in Web3. Torus spells the end of having to worry about private keys. It uses various means of authentication to devise the keys of the users, which they can consolidate multiple times as they wish.For developers to build with the Torus API, they will initially have to integrate with any Web3 authentication provider, specifically Web3Auth.


SlashAuth is a YC-backed company founded by Ned Rockson and Nicolas Salhuana,who envisioned making Web3 more secure with battle-tested authentication. For users, this keeps off malicious entities from their wallets and accounts, as only the true owners can pass the authentication tests. Apart from authentication, SlashAuth also helps developers and web designers token gate their frontends. This makes it possible to make their DApps accessible to only whitelisted addresses.


Add beautiful authentication flows in minutes and serve every user, whether they have a wallet or not, across mobile and desktop. Stop wrangling brittle wallet connectors and worrying about whether your users are connected, to what chain, and with what wallet. With just a few lines of code, securely onboard all users, whether they have a wallet or not, and get back to focusing on your core product.


Lit can be used to read and write data between blockchains and off-chain platforms, facilitating encryption, access control, and automation for the open web via programmatic signing. On a fundamental level, Lit is an attempt to decentralize public key cryptography. This includes building apps with private data using identity-based encryption, facilitating more seamless onboarding experiences for non-crypto natives with MPC wallets, and more.