I like how Civic allows us to login to some websites using the QR code rather than generic usernames and passwords, this even abolishes the need for email verification.
The only issue here is that not many websites have the Civic plugin active to be able to login yet as its still relatively new in the market.
I suggest that we add a feature within the Pillar wallet to manage and revoke all of the websites that we are currently ‘signed into’ via a wallet web-access option.
Create a plugin for cPanel & Plesk that webmasters can utilize that makes it easy for users to scan into a site and some more advanced options later down the line.
Auto generate an address for each new web login that hooks back to an address linked to your pillar wallet could make sure its you without giving away your identity & abiding by KYC constraints using Zero Knowledge proofs somehow.
Have a ‘Sign out of all websites’ button as well as a live list of all currently logged into websites.
The benefit of this, is that you could then advance in the field of subscription models by paying a website subscription in a Crypto for the sites your logged into depending on the options configured by the webmaster (if they choose to accept Crypto that is).
Of course there are more webmaster tools, but I’ve found cPanel to be most common having worked in a few data centres but there maybe more popular web management tools that hit a bigger audience, either way I’m all ears & thought this would be worth mentioning as I believe Pillar can consume what Civic does very easily with a few plugins.