Welcome to the dynamic world of Web3. Whether you're a seasoned blockchain enthusiast or stepping into the decentralized sphere for the first time, this guide tailored for Developer-Controlled Wallets using Circle's Web3 Services Console awaits.
Harness the power of Web3 technology to provide an unparalleled experience for your users, while maintaining full control and enhanced security over their wallets. Let's take a peek at the standout features that make the Web3 Services Console an irresistible choice for your application
Benefit from MPC technology, which eliminates single points of failure and enhances security against unauthorized access and theft.
Grant users access to digital currencies, NFTs, and other blockchain-powered experiences with ease.
Build once, deploy across multiple blockchains, such as Ethereum, Polygon, and Avalanche.
Built-in transaction logs, user-level monitoring, and error reporting help you troubleshoot and support your users effectively.
Get started immediately, with pay-as-you-go pricing and no upfront fees or contracts.
Before we dive in, there's a special feature we'd like to introduce that can significantly enhance your learning and experimenting experience: our "Try It Out" components.
Our "Try It Out" components provide you with an interactive environment where you can directly test API requests in the simplest way possible, without the need for additional tools or platforms.
As you navigate through the tutorial, you'll notice certain steps come with a "Try It Out" option. All you need to do is input the necessary details into the provided fields and send the request. You'll receive instant feedback and can see how the request would function in a real-world setting.
Please note that the input parameters of the 'Try It Out' component may differ from those of the actual endpoint. For instance, we automatically generate the Entity Secret Ciphertext to simplify the process and ensure a better experience for you.
Your data's security is our utmost priority. When using our "Try It Out" components, data is only stored within the context of the current page. This means a simple page refresh clears all input information and removes it. It's therefore a secure, risk-free environment for you to play around in.
However, if you still have concerns about security or simply don't wish for certain details to be used in any manner, you're not obliged to use this feature. It's an additional offering and in no way mandatory.
Upon completing this tutorial, you also have the option to delete your API key and rotate your Entity Secret should you choose to do so.
If you already have an account, you can skip straight to creating your API key and experiencing the power of the Web3 Services Console firsthand!
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