Underdog Protocol is taking a significant leap in enhancing web3 asset management through its innovative Domain feature. This is what happens when 0Auth2 meets Web3.
This feature allows applications to seamlessly integrate the Passport activation process, offering a more cohesive user experience and greater control over digital asset management.
Understanding Domains in Underdog Protocol
- What are Domains?: Domains in the Underdog Protocol are essential components that enable applications to embed Passport functionalities within their own products. A Domain is composed of two critical elements: the namespace, which is the name of the application (like 'solarplex', 'underdog', or 'metacamp'), and the authority, which is the address authorized to activate Passports within that Domain's namespace.
Creating and Activating a Domain
- Purchasing a Domain: Domains are available for purchase on the Passport site, with lifetime access starting at 1000 USDC. Significant discounts are offered for early partners. Upon purchase, an on-chain account is created to manage the namespace and the Domain authority.
- Activating a Passport within a Domain: The activation process involves three steps: creating a transaction to activate the Passport, signing it with the Domain authority, and prompting the user to sign and send the transaction. Find our Passport SDK to construct @solana/web3.js and create your domain here.
FAQs on Domain Feature
- Updating Domain Authority: Addressing current limitations and future plans regarding the update functionality for Domain authority.
- Domain Cost and Ownership: Discussing the pricing strategy for Domains, including special offers for early adopters and the anticipated pricing model for maintaining domain ownership.
The Domain feature within the Underdog Protocol offers a new dimension of flexibility and integration for digital asset management in the web3 space. By allowing applications to embed the Passport activation process directly, it opens up possibilities for a more streamlined and user-centric approach to managing digital identities and assets.