How to transfer assets to a .bit account on Torus Wallet?
Torus Wallet has integrated .bit by now. The Torus Wallet uses Web3Auth’s cutting-edge private key management infrastructure.
When you transfer tokens (ETH, BNB, …), simply enter the recipient’s .bit account in the field of the recipient’s address. The wallet will automatically resolve the corresponding address of the .bit account.
Web3Auth, is pluggable infrastructure that enables Web3 wallets and applications to provide seamless user logins for both mainstream and Web3.0 users. By aggregating OAuth (Google, Twitter, Discord) logins, different wallets, and existing key management solutions, Web3Auth provides dApps/wallets a familiar experience that fits every user.
Web3.0 identities for you and your community.
.bit provides a globally unique account system with the .bit suffix. The leading technical architecture of .bit allows both blockchain and non-blockchain users to use it without permission. .bit’s “cross-chain” feature is achieved in a way of cryptography-level security. As a DID system, .bit meets the ultimate requirements of Web3.0.
.bit makes your asset transfer more convenient and secure. It can serve as the unified username in different DApps. It can be used as a portal for DApps. It provides you with a decentralized personal homepage (.bit.cc). It bridges the gap between Web2.0 and Web3.0.
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