In application development, composability refers to the ability to combine existing components and reassemble them to create new products, and in the context of web3, composability means developers of one application can use and integrate components from other applications into their products. Since a wallet, as discussed previously, is an ineffective The current identification protocols do not enable web3 users to easily transfer their identity to the location that is needed. This limits the flexibility and freedom that users have to manage their identities in the way that best suits them, whether it is moving them to a new platform or transferring it to be connected with a different wallet.

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