As loyalty specialists, we’re always looking for ways to make the user experience as simple as possible, and it’s clear that Satoshi and Buterin weren’t thinking about the user experience during the development of the processes for setting up a crypto wallet or creating a crypto key. The process is scary, frustrating, confusing, time consuming and tech heavy to say the least.
Fortunately, blockchain developers Tenzorum have addressed the issue by creating TENZ-ID. TENZ-ID allows Ethereum users to create their own user-friendly ID (Stacey.tenz.id) to sit on top of their not so friendly public key (0x59977622fb4e54553a718c1631dc6cb716119d0a). It’s much easier to set-up and to remember!
In the next three to five years, we suspect that more people will come to own cryptocurrency through loyalty programs than from actually buying it from an exchange. But before this will happen, simplifying interaction with blockchain transactions is critical and Tenzorum have made a nice start here with this neat little piece of tech.