The event produced five winners. The first winning concept turns Google Sheets into an Ethereum Wallet. This concept, named “Sheetcoin” (not necessarily a favorable name), allows users to send ERC-20 tokens to a Gmail account. In essence, a Google Sheets sidechain was hanged on the ethereum network. This makes it easier for the end user to operate – and that’s exactly what it’s all about.
Another project Ethereum used to prevent ping calls, SIM swapping and the sale of personal data from telecommunications providers. Eth P2P VOIP uses a token-based system that allows users to allow or block calls. The caller then has to pay a fixed amount of money if he is not on the whitelist.
In addition, a DeFi Custody Wallet has been developed that can interact with any dApp via Metamask. If this wallet is developed further, it could help to simplify DeFi and speed up its adoption.
Another MetaMask-based dApp called Connexion allows users to send IMs with their ENS names (Ethereum-based domain names). Messages can be sent and received directly on the blockchain without the need for third-party apps that process a myriad of data, such as email. the Facebook Messenger, Microsoft Skype or Apple’s Facetime.
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