Connect Your Wallet

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This post is a part of our The Elephant in the Blockchain series. While our “Influential People” & “Blockchain Quotes” series are easy to understand, our “The Elephant in the Blockchain” series might need an explanation. It is for “hard” questions. We are excited about the future of blockchain, and we think that answering brutally honest questions will help the industry and the users.

Are you scared of the “Connect Your Wallet” buttons? Maybe we should use a less-invasive call-to-action for mainstream adoption.

The majority of the population uses credit cards and knows the basic rules to keep them safe. Since the crypto wallet is a product of decentralized finance, its security is the responsibility of the user directly. So this can scare even the tech-savvy.

While “Connect Your Wallet” is a straightforward call-to-action (CTA), it sounds like an invasion of your privacy and funds. So we suggest using a softer way to ask for a connection. We believe that making the process and language similar to credit cards might help for better adoption.

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