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Today, we are introducing a new integration to our Smart Wallet-as-a-Service (WaaS) modular stack: Compatibility with Taiko, a Type-1 zkEVM.
This integration enables anyone building on Taiko to use Particle Network's Modular Smart Wallet-as-a-Service for full-stack account abstraction on Taiko, powered by MPC-TSS social logins. Particle Network's AA SDK facilitates the development workflow, from the creation of a smart account to the construction of UserOperations
What does this mean for Taiko developers?
Particle network's Modular Smart Wallet-as-a-Service offers a straightforward and simplified approach for user onboarding and Web3 interactions, streamlining the challenges of account abstraction and wallet management. Particle’s modular solution combines traditional Web2 user experiences with the advanced capabilities of Web3, simplifying user onboarding via dApp-embedded wallets accessible through Web2 accounts. By natively integrating ERC-4337 AA into our modular stack, Particle also lets developers integrate gasless transactions, batching, account programmability, etc.
For Taiko developers, Particle Network’s Smart WaaS provides the modularity and flexibility needed to create next-generation dApps while leveraging Taiko's infrastructure.
Why should Particle Network users develop dApps and Taiko account abstraction?
Taiko is a cutting-edge Type-1 zkEVM blockchain designed to emphasize scalability and efficiency, addressing common bottlenecks found in many blockchains. Its unique architecture, aiming for Ethereum equivalency, ensures fast, low-cost transactions without compromising security. For Particle developers, Taiko's efficient infrastructure allows for the rapid development and deployment of decentralized applications powered by zero-knowledge proofs and interoperable infrastructure.
Using Taiko with Particle Network’s Modular Smart Wallet-as-a-Service
Leveraging Taiko within Particle Network's Smart Wallet-as-a-Service for end-to-end Account Abstraction can be done through a few lines of code.
Attached below is the code for a demo app leveraging Particle's Smart WaaS on Taiko Jolnir to create a smart account (SimpleAccount in this case) through social logins (Twitter/Google within this example). The smart account gets used to send a sample burn transaction of 0.001 ETH. It is automatically gasless through our default Testnet Paymaster.
Code can also be found at https://github.com/TABASCOatw/particle-taiko-demo/blob/main/src/App.tsx.
Using Particle, we've onboarded a user, created a smart account, and sent a transaction in under 90 lines of code.
Thanks to this integration, it’s now easier than ever to leverage ERC-4337 AA within the Taiko ecosystem. Developers familiar with Particle’s services can now also take advantage of Taiko's unique blockchain structure, optimized for speed and efficiency. With Particle’s MPC-TSS Auth services, Taiko developers can now seamlessly bridge the Web2 and Web3 worlds to converge on their dApps and keep innovating within the dApp space.
Particle Network’s Smart WaaS stack provides developers with powerful, modular tools to innovate and push boundaries. Particle is preparing to change the game with user-centric and privacy-preserving features, as well as Omnichain Account Abstraction, facilitating seamless cross-chain interactions.
Particle Network's Modular Smart Wallet-as-a-Service solutions are 100% free for developers and teams. If you have any inquiries about integrating with us, feel free to book a meeting with one of our agents!
About Particle Network
Particle Network is building the Intent-Centric Access Layer of Web3. Particle's Modular Smart Wallet-as-a-Service tools allow developers to tap into MPC-TSS and social logins to enable self-custodial, dApp-embedded wallets accessible through users' Web2 accounts. This also allows them to tap into ERC-4337 account abstraction, enabling a seamless experience with maximum flexibility. Particle's next evolutionary steps include the introduction of Omnichain Abstraction, a Confidential zkStack, and the Intent Fusion Protocol, elevating users' experience within dApps and paving the way for mass Web3 adoption.