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It can be challenging for newcomers to explore the crypto and Web3 world, and the gap between traditional finance and crypto makes matters worse. This wallet management solution addresses these challenges by simplifying crypto interactions.

Web3 can empower communities and individuals through the utilization of blockchain infrastructures and trustless systems. However, this emerging ecosystem presents many challenges due to its complex nature and the division between the Web3 space and traditional financial systems.

Key challenges to crypto adoption

The decentralization and processes associated with digital currencies can be less familiar to those accustomed to traditional banking, with its concepts and onboarding steps often posing adoption hurdles. This challenge is heightened by the disjointed infrastructure between bank accounts and crypto wallets, resulting in intricate and cumbersome transfers across these ecosystems.

Digital assets offer a potential solution to key challenges in traditional finance (TradFi), particularly those tied to financial and demographic limitations. Yet, engaging in crypto transactions demands a certain level of specialized knowledge that may not always be readily available to individuals less familiar with the technology. While there exist trustworthy entry points to the world of crypto, primarily in the form of stablecoin-based on-ramps and off-ramps, these avenues often come with their own set of complexities and restrictions.

Navigating the intricacies of the crypto world frequently involves juggling numerous wallets, diverse blockchain networks, and a myriad of crypto assets. Unfortunately, the lack of user-friendly interfaces and applications acts as a barrier, impeding the average user from fully harnessing the expansive opportunities of decentralization.

How can a digital wallet’s ID solution make using crypto easier?

Many people find it hard to bridge the gap between TradFi and the complexities inherent in the crypto space. One solution is a user-friendly digital wallet that comes with a built-in ID system. This setup helps blend the best of both worlds.

An all-in-one wallet simplifies transactions and makes crypto feel more familiar. It offers an easy-to-use design, safe ID checks, and connects different crypto networks smoothly. Users can jump between various cryptocurrencies without the usual headaches, all the while managing their funds effectively.

This digital wallet ID system has what it takes

Rising alternative to neobanks, XGo, provides a convenient way for users to manage multiple wallets, transact with each other, and access services across the wider crypto ecosystem and beyond. XGo’s flagship offering, XGo ID was created with the intention to replace a bank account number (IBAN) in the crypto world, which is being referred to as a CBAN (Crypto Bank Account Number).

In a recent X Space hosted by Cointelegraph, Josh Cowell, Head of Product at XGo ID, emphasized the power of this innovation:

"As we aim to simplify the crypto landscape and make it more accessible, XGo ID offers an all-in-one solution that can redefine how users transact and manage their crypto finances in today's digital era. It eliminates the need for users to juggle multiple wallets and offers a unified wallet management system, making crypto transactions as easy as sending a text message. With XGo ID, we're not just bridging the gap; we're building a bridge for mass adoption at the intersection of TradFi and crypto."

How does it work?

With XGo ID, users get to select a single, personalized, and easy-to-remember handle for all their crypto needs. Moreover, by using the XGo app, users are able to bind their existing wallet addresses such as their Metamask to their claimed XGo ID, adding an extra layer of convenience; manage all wallets in one place.

If no existing addresses are bound, XGo can provide custodial addresses to each XGo ID for free.

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Some of the key aspects that may help XGo’s flagship product accelerate Web3 adoption include:

  • Unified wallet management — XGo ID eliminates the need to manage multiple wallets across various networks. Users can link their wallet addresses from different crypto networks, such as Arbitrum or Ethereum, to their XGo ID account for free or opt to have XGo assign custodial addresses, significantly simplifying crypto management.
  • Bridging traditional finance and crypto — XGo has been actively working to develop a seamless connection between fiat and crypto, which is essential for the mass adoption of Web3. Another upcoming feature will allow users to connect their crypto assets to virtual cards for seamless spending of fiat and crypto in the real world.
  • Simplified transactions — XGo ID makes sending and receiving crypto funds across platforms as easy as sending a text message. This streamlined process makes it easier to interact with blockchain protocols, improving the user experience and encouraging wider adoption of Web3. Instead of long and complex addresses, the app combines personalized handles with the “” extension to create user-friendly identifiers.
  • Crypto-powered financial services — Users can explore crypto-related benefits, such as zero-fee rewards on idle digital assets and seamless swaps between over 170 cryptocurrencies.

XGo ID addresses the pain points of fragmentation between traditional finance and crypto as well as the cumbersome processes within Web3 itself. It is designed to enable the use of Web3 technology by drawing upon familiar behavior patterns of Web2 applications.

By improving accessibility, user experience and interoperability within blockchain and crypto, XGo ID is poised to redefine how users transact and manage their crypto finances in today’s digital era.

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