Getting started with Streamflow

Getting started with Streamflow

Why do I have to sign a signature request when I connect to Streamflow?

As part of our ongoing commitment to ensure both the security and functionality of your experience on Streamflow, we'd like to clarify why a signature request is required in addition to connecting your wallet.

The Role of Wallet Connection

Connecting your wallet to Streamflow is the first step in verifying your identity and accessing our services. It's like using a key to open a door — it gets you into the system. However, this step alone doesn't provide ongoing verification of your actions or intentions within the platform.

Why a Signature Request is Essential

A signature request goes a step further. Think of it as a way of giving us a 'nod' or confirmation for activities during your session. Here’s why it’s vital:

  1. Continuous Verification: While your wallet connection gets you through the door, the signature request ensures that it's really you making the actions every step of the way.

  2. Operational Efficiency: By signing once at the beginning of your session, we minimize the need for repeated verifications, making your experience smoother and more seamless.

  3. No Blockchain Transactions: Importantly, this signature is not a blockchain transaction and incurs no cost. It's a simple, internal check for Streamflow to maintain the integrity and security of your session.

Streamlining Your Experience

Our goal is to blend security with ease of use. This process is designed to provide you with a secure, efficient, and user-friendly experience on Streamflow. We understand it might seem like an extra step, but it's a crucial one that keeps your session secure.

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