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Web3 More Accessible with Easy Wallet

January 17, 2023

Web3 is on track to be the next generation of the internet. As Web3 developers strive toward that mark, Web3 products need to better support main users for everyday uses while ensuring the products are safe.

One type of product people want to utilize more easily is a wallet. Those are the keywords: more easily.

“The current generation of wallets are highly technical, complex, stressful to use and fragment users across separate accounts and blockchains,” said Mike Dougherty, CEO and co-founder, Easy. “This opens the door to scams and can lead to costly errors.”

Web3 users are familiar with wallets being on the complex side, as Dougherty said, and likely need something like The Easy Co.’s social wallet, Easy.

Built by consumer web and mobile veterans from Airbnb, Disney, Apple, Microsoft, Google, Nuance and iHeartMedia, Easy is a new approach to wallet design, with a focus on user experience, safety and fun.

The cross-chain wallet, with the beta release available on iOS and Android, enables users to seamlessly send and receive cryptocurrency and tokens, as well as sign and transact with Web3 applications. It also enables users to curate their personal profiles with their NFTs and digital art from multiple wallet accounts and blockchains, personalizing the wallet experience and creating a unified, verified social identity.

Easy's community feed enables users to discover in real-time what is happening on Web3 across multiple blockchains. A blockchain-based interest graph helps users see what's new and trending, follow their friends and favorite communities, react and comment real-time, and boost what they find interesting to share with friends.

Easy's community-sourced rating system, Signal, enables users to rate and flag risky transactions and services, then surfaces this Signal data when users need it most. Signal helps Easy users understand better what they are transacting with and stay safe.

"We are building Easy to move from infrastructure tools to consumer products, to unlock the benefits of Web3 for everyone,” said Kevin Swint, co-founder and chief product officer, Easy.

Additionally, the company closed its $14.2 million seed round led by Lobby Capital, Relay Ventures, 6th Man Ventures, Tapestry VC, Upside Partnership and Scribble Ventures. This stays in line with Easy's shift from complex Web3 apps to an easier and safer Web3.

Edited by Greg Tavarez

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