KILT Protocol and Apillon Collaborate to Bring Decentralized Identity Solutions to Web3

Apillon, a leading Web3 platform, is set to integrate a decentralized authentication service powered by KILT Protocol. This move will enable developers to integrate decentralized digital authentication and verification into their projects, giving end-users complete ownership of their data without the need for complex technology.

KILT Protocol is a blockchain identity protocol that generates decentralized identifiers (DIDs) and verifiable credentials, enabling authentication. A DID is at the core of a digital identity and can be added to a digital wallet, ensuring that the owner of the wallet’s private key has complete control of the stored data. KILT Protocol shifts the responsibility of managing user credentials and data from centralized authorities to computer code running in the backend of online interaction, giving individuals control and autonomy over their online interactions.

By integrating KILT Protocol into Apillon, the platform’s final essential Web3 building block will fall into place. Apillon users will be able to build a wide range of decentralized applications, including NFT platforms, GameFi, DeFi, and more, while allowing end-users to create a DID, store it in their wallet, and log in securely while retaining complete control of their data.

This development marks a significant milestone in the Web3 space, as it empowers individuals to control their online identities, allowing them to maintain privacy and security. With KILT Protocol and DIDs, businesses and app creators can provide a range of identity solutions across a variety of sectors, including NFTs, gaming, media, financial services, supply chain, IoT, and energy.

Apillon’s integration of KILT Protocol’s decentralized authentication service is a crucial step towards building a more secure, decentralized internet that prioritizes individual autonomy and data ownership. The platform’s other Web3 services, including Web3 Storage and Hosting powered by Crust Network, and Web3 Computing to be powered by Phala Network, will further enhance the Web3 ecosystem and take Web3 projects to new heights.

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