Phantom Ditches Pop-ups With Auto-Confirm
Phantom is attempting to put an end to laborious web3 transactions with the launch of the Auto-Confirm feature.
- New beta feature: Auto-Confirm automatically signs transactions and messages.
- No more transaction approval pop-ups, streamlining the user experience.
- Currently, only available for trusted apps: Magic Eden, OpenSea, Star Atlas, Matcha, Jupiter, and Tensor.
- Provides users with full control and personalization over their web3 activities.
Navigating the world of web3 transactions has traditionally been a tedious task. Users had to consistently encounter and confirm a transaction approval pop-up, which acted as a major hindrance in the "checkout" process. But with the advent of the Auto-Confirm feature, the landscape is changing rapidly.
After the initial activation and one-time sign-in, Auto-Confirm takes over the repetitive task of confirming web3 transactions. It automatically approves all the requests and transactions for the user. Notably, it remains an optional feature, allowing users to maintain their autonomy.
Phantom outlines a handful of tangible benefits:
- Uninterrupted Browsing: Sign just once and explore various web3 sites without hassles.
- Rapid Transactions: Purchase NFTs or make trades faster, without the need for constant sign-ins.
- Efficiency: By minimizing the pop-ups and clicks, users can save time and enhance their web experience.
For ease of access, users can activate Auto-Confirm via the settings or directly during a transaction process. Moreover, it’s designed with a built-in safety feature; it remains active for only two hours post-activation and then requires a reactivation, offering an added layer of security.
🎤 Founder Feedback
Now, with Auto-Confirm, web3 transactions are fast and easy. After turning it on, and signing once, you can freely transact. No transaction approval pop-up necessary.Phantom
🔜 What's Next?
While Auto-Confirm is currently available for a select few apps, more are expected to be added in the near future.
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