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The laziest way to onboard your users as lazily as possible. Because onboarding to wallets and acquiring crypto can be a pain, and you should postpone it until actually necessary.


For now you probably actually want to just copy these files into your project. I have not figured out the process of publishing a react module that uses hooks but doesn't collide with yours. PRs welcome!

Eventually I intend for this to work: npm i lazyconnect -S or yarn add lazyconnect -S


Stop initializing providers in your main entry files. Let your projects be quiet. Build value for your users. If there are eventually any things that actually require a wallet, you can wrap those specific components with the LazyConnect element.

You pass LazyConnect an actionName string which it uses to explain to users why they have to get a wallet to access this particular element. The LazyConnect module will make sure the user has a wallet (using the under-appreciated @metamask/onboarding module so you actually get linked back to the site after they get their wallet set up), it'll even make sure they select the right network and connect an account, and then it'll get out of your way and let your components shine, and pass them a provider in their props, no detection or state management needed.


// First import it somewhere
import LazyConnect from 'lazyconnect';

// Then wherever a component needs a provider, wrap it!:
<LazyConnect actionName="leave a tip for us in crypto" chainId="5">
  <TipButton currency={tokenAddress} amount={amountToRequest}/>

Then in your component, you get passed an EIP-1193 style MetaMask Provider object, which you can use directly or pass to your favorite convenience library.

function TipButton (props) {
  const { provider } = props;
  // That's it!

The styles are basically non existent right now, but that's nice, right? You can make it suit your style. Roll with it. Be lazy. Let your users be lazy. Live your lives.

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