On August 3rd, Block.one released the third part of the EOSIO Strategic Vision Series: Blockchain Users. Considering the participants in different roles in the system, we need a solution that takes into account the whole. Reducing the user's threshold of use can help the development of large-scale applications, and for users, safe, simple and friendly cleansing will also make them more comfortable using the blockchain system. To achieve this goal, our team has made great progress in developing and proposing security standards for interactions between EOSIO blockchain-based Authenticators and blockchain applications, such as the recent release in the Ricardian Template Toolkit. Some progress. Here are some key details: 1. Front-end consistency: Continue to advance support for Ricardo's contract, and a toolkit for verifying images, texts, and attachments on the chain, to give users a clearer idea of the terms they agreed to when signing the deal; 2 Enable WebAuthn support: WebAuthn standard WebAuthn is a new World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standard that integrates hardware devices into existing identity provider architectures, including the newly released EOSIO-supported YubiKey, built-in validators such as Fingerprint sensors and other biometric validation tools; 3. Optimized resource management: New features allow developers to have greater autonomy in handling billing for CPU and network usage, allowing application developers to set standards for specific transactions Reduce the threshold associated with transaction costs by helping users pay for system resources; 4. Distributed file system: Block.one is exploring and implementing distributed storage solutions that can make chain applications more decentralized, and therefore more It is resistant to censorship.