jerome.chen
23 days ago  Karma: 5
Is this website: DelegateCall connecting to Ethereum?

Does this require metamask for end-users?

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#ethereum
jerome.chen
23 days ago  Karma: 5
Is this website: DelegateCall connecting to Ethereum?

Does this require metamask for end-users?

en
#ethereum

3 ANSWERS
ixnay.nayix
20 days ago Karma: 2236

Go to --> Tool bar --> Transfer to Ethereum
Once you are there, you need metamask installed in order to transfer delegate call tokens you earned to Ethereum main net.
So we can say they are connected :)

Go to --> Tool bar --> Transfer to Ethereum
Once you are there, you need metamask installed in order to transfer delegate call tokens you earned to Ethereum main net.
So we can say they are connected :)

moinuddinbtech
22 days ago Karma: 156

DelegateCall is using Loom's Plasma Chain. You can find more information here

DelegateCall is using Loom's Plasma Chain. You can find more information here

bro29
14 days ago Karma: 54

Simply interacting with the site does not require a web3-enabled browser (like Metamask). Behind-the-scenes, the data is being stored in an Ethereum side-chain (compatible with the logic/infrastructure of Ethereum, but with slightly different rules), so does use public/private keys to add data to it. The way DelegateCall works is that each visitor's browser creates a public/private key pair for them (so, it's like having Metamask embedded in the site itself), which signs transactions on behalf of that user.

There is a link to the Ethereum main blockchain, though, which is the ability to export your Karma into a real Ethereum token. If you want to take that action, then you do need Metamask in order to generate that transaction on the main Ethereum blockchain, to communicate to the DelegateCall sidechain.

Simply interacting with the site does not require a web3-enabled browser (like Metamask). Behind-the-scenes, the data is being stored in an Ethereum side-chain (compatible with the logic/infrastructure of Ethereum, but with slightly different rules), so does use public/private keys to add data to it. The way DelegateCall works is that each visitor's browser creates a public/private key pair for them (so, it's like having Metamask embedded in the site itself), which signs transactions on behalf of that user.

There is a link to the Ethereum main blockchain, though, which is the ability to export your Karma into a real Ethereum token. If you want to take that action, then you do need Metamask in order to generate that transaction on the main Ethereum blockchain, to communicate to the DelegateCall sidechain.

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