Mask Network brings privacy and benefits from Web3 to social media like Facebook & Twitter - with an open-sourced browser extension. Next.ID was initiated by the core team responsible for the development of Mask Network last year.
Next.ID is an open-source protocol designed for developers to create and manage identities. The Next.ID protocol acts as a secure conduit connecting various web2 and web3 identifiers, such as wallets, Twitter profiles, ENS names, Lens profiles, and more.
When a person's different identifiers are linked together, they form an identity graph, creating powerful, portable, and self-sovereign digital identities. We refer to these identities, digital representations of self, as Avatars at Next ID.
You can check out what Avatar is at here.
You can find more information on our official site: https://Next.ID
Our GitHub page: https://github.com/NextDotID
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On this occasion, we have prepared a bounty of 10,000 USD for you to explore and build upon. We look forward to seeing your innovative contributions!
1st prize (max 1): $3k USD
2nd prize (max 1): $1k USD
Fully on-chain games like Dark Forest and Loot have all interactions, behaviors, and states processed via the blockchain, serving as the game's server. These games also use smart contracts for all player actions and even allow for decentralized narratives and governance through DAOs.
Burner wallets in on-chain games like Dark Forest enhance user experience by automating transactions. However, they lack secure, intuitive key management, making them temporary solutions for storing in-game assets. This complexity limits participation to technically savvy users and hinders cross-game interoperability and reputation building in the autonomous world.
In general, we propose to design a Game Account system similar to how Steam ID functions for all games within the Web2 world's platform.
A possible approach to how we design the Game Account System:
We invite Dev with us to co-build this comprehensive identity solution for on-chain gaming, lowering entry barriers for end-users. The toolkit may include:
The solution consists of two parts: off-chain and on-chain.
Documentation and Design Diagrams
Code and Development Tools
Demonstrations and Testing
1st prize (max 1): $3k USD
2nd prize (max 1): $2k USD
3rd prize (max 1): $1k USD
Utilize the RelationService API (https://docs.next.id/relation-service/rs-graphql) to develop a use case that addresses market needs.
Strive to be as innovative as possible.
Recommended Use Cases (but not limited to):
Cross-Platform Profile Search and Recommendations
Get an understanding of what this involves and why it's useful by visiting W**eb3.bio** first.
For instance, consider linking a Twitter account with Mastodon using a DID.
Sybil Attack Resistance by Wallet History Verification
For instance, in a significant airdrop event, bot accounts controlled by a small group of people need to be filtered out, ensuring that each user claiming the airdrop is a legitimate individual user.
DAO (Decentralized Autonomous Organizations) Tooling
For instance, a DAO member's credentials can be made portable across different blockchain ecosystems.
For instance, when a new member joins, their existing social credentials can be immediately displayed, and different access levels can be provided based on their existing profile data.
Growth and Personalization
For instance, utilize a universal profile(Similar to this one: https://web3.bio/vitalik.eth) to identify potential user personas. Track social identities using wallet addresses and use this information to create look-alike audiences.
For instance, use a universal profile(Similar to this one: https://web3.bio/vitalik.eth) to solve the cold-start problem for apps. Allow users to invite their connections on Web2 by examining the wallet addresses they interact with.
Proof of Work: Submit either an open-source project published on GitHub for the judges to review, or if its business value necessitates confidentiality, share a private project repo address with us.
Relevance: Your use case should be pertinent and demonstrate a practical application of the RelationService feature within the DID protocol.
Protocol Compliance: Your use case must fully adhere to the DID protocol's specifications and accurately implement the RelationService feature.
Security: Your use case must prioritize data privacy and security. It should not introduce any security vulnerabilities.
Innovation: Creative or innovative applications of the RelationService feature are highly valued, even though not strictly required.
License Compliance: All submissions must be in accordance with the licensing terms of the open-source project.
The mentor will decide which prize to grant based on the quality and quantity of your work
Getting Started: https://docs.next.id/
Universal Profile SDK API: https://api.web3.bio/