Particle Connect

Understanding Particle Connect

Particle Connect takes a middle-ground position within Particle Network's Wallet-as-a-Service tech stack. It sits between Particle Auth (for social logins) and Particle Wallet (as an interaction interface).

Particle Connect is an in-house connection modal and component enabling users to connect with dApps through either Web2-based accounts (through Particle Auth with Google, Twitter, email, phone, etc.) or Web3-native wallets (such as MetaMask, Phantom, etc.). Whether a user would like to login through a social account, or through their MetaMask wallet, Particle Connect exists to be the singular interface facilitating both of these methods of connecting to a dApp.

In this sense, Particle Connect can be best described as an SSO for Web3, offering a strong method of onboarding users regardless of their comfort level or personal integration within Web3. This ultimately lowers the entry barrier within applications without resulting in a clunky experience for Web3-native users; instead, the experience is standardized across both mediums.

Particle Connect's breakdown.

Particle Connect's breakdown.

Demo showcasing implementation of Particle Connect.


Integrating Particle Connect

Using Particle Connect as a means of wallet connection within your application is quite straightforward and supported across several different platforms and frameworks. Whether you're building a web or mobile application or a game, Particle Connect has over seven SDKs to enable this integration. To understand the basics of working with Particle Connect programmatically, go to the Particle Connect quickstart guide. Otherwise, choose a platform to see its SDK guides from the menu below:

Web3 API Cards


Integrating Particle Connect within web applications using either JavaScript or TypeScript.


Unity (Mobile) SDK

Integrating Particle Connect within mobile games built on Unity using C#.


Android SDK

Integrating Particle Connect on Android using Kotlin.



Integrating Particle Connect on iOS using Swift.


Flutter SDK

Integrating Particle Connect within applications built using Flutter.


React Native SDK

Integrating Particle Connect within applications built using React Native.