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Auth0 Service Provider Set up

Authentication Service Providers enable you to use some implicit and authorization code grants. You could also use social providers on top of Federated / Identity providers to select other Social providers (e.g.: Twitter, Apple, GitHub, LinkedIn, WeChat etc.) that are not natively supported by us. Note: This will require you to register an app with the Authentication Service Providers.

This guide will help you to set up Auth0 service prvoider:

Set up Auth0

If you haven't already, set up Auth0 for your project. It is the mandatory step before we proceed further. After the basic setup, we'll learn how to create a custom verifier for the Web3Auth project. You can follow the link below to set up Auth0 for your project. If we are missing any platform/framework, you can always check out Auth0 documentation.

Set up a Custom Verifier

  1. Create an Auth0 verifier by choosing Social Login Providers and selecting Auth0 from the Login Provider dropdown. Auth0 - Login Providers list on Web3Auth Dashboard

  2. Select the Authentication Type from the dropdown based on your application needs. Auth0 Authentication Type list on Web3Auth Dashboard

    Note: For Email Password and Email Passwordless authentication, the email_verified = true condition is added to the JWT verification. To avoid JWT params mismatch error, you can use any other Authentication Type.

  3. Enter the Auth0 Client ID and Auth0 Domain from your Auth0 application. See how to create a new Auth0 application here.

    Auth0 - Domain and Client ID from Auth0 Dashboard

  4. Fill the Auth0 Client ID and Auth0 Domain details and select Sub or Email as the JWT Verifier ID. Auth0 Client ID and Domain on Web3Auth Dashboard

  5. Click on the Create Verifier button to create your Auth0 verifier.


After you have set up Auth0 and the corresponding Custom verifier in the Web3Auth Dashboard, you can follow the guides to integrate it into your project. The support for using a custom verifier is not limited to the below SDKs and platforms. You can check out our SDK references to learn how to use a custom verifier.