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I am making a DApp where users need to be registered in the Solidity smart contract to perform some actions, for example:

function publish (string memory _itemURI) userOnly public {
    // Publish item
}

Where the userOnly modifier is as follows

modifier userOnly {
    require(users[msg.sender] == true, "User only");
    _;
}

Registration is done with this function:

function register(address newUser) public {
    users[newUser] = true;
    emit Register(newUser);
}

The problem is: anyone could call the register function to register there own address, and then be able to call the userOnly functions. Is there a way the register function could only be called only at the end of our DApp sign-up process, like only after the user signs our terms of service with Metamask?

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your dapp needs to control a wallet that registers users(hard). registration needs a "dappOnly" modifier or you need to add a comment on the source code that discloses the TOS(easier).

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  • Alright, but if I wanted the dApp's address to call the register function, then I'd have to store the private key somewhere. Even if it's in the env vars of Fleek, it's still a security risk. So is there a way that the user calls the register function, but can only do so from the dApp? Mar 14, 2022 at 17:41
  • No not really, that's why I say it's safest to just put your TOS into the comments of your code. It shouldn't contribute to the contact's bytecode length at all. Legal contract inside a smart contract!
    – ctnava
    Mar 14, 2022 at 21:20

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