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Sessions (beta)

Introduction to Sessions (beta)

A self-custody implementation for your users means that the ownership of the account abstraction used, is owned by the private key in control of the user. Every time you want to interact with the blockchain on the users' behalf, you will need to ask them to sign a transaction.

This experience can be obnoxious on its own - both for you as the developer and for the gamer. In order to minimize the friction involved, we offer Sessions.

What is a session?

A session is, in essence, a temporary authorized and limited-in-scope private key, that can sign transactions on behalf of the self-custodial account abstraction for your users.

While this sounds intimidating, we created a useful abstraction in our newly released C# SDK that allows you to generate a session, and ask the user to authorize this session through a web interface.

Getting started with sessions