XMTP v2 Is Here
The latest version brings conversation filtering and improvements to privacy Over the past 12 months, we’ve met with hundreds of development teams using the XMTP protocol to build native web3 messaging. Whether it has been 2-person teams at a hackathon or the largest companies in web3, the feedback was
XMTP is delivering secure direct messages with the Lens API
Lens Protocol has adopted XMTP to provide a secure and private direct messaging layer for the entire Lens ecosystem.
Secure web3 messaging for wallet apps with XMTP
How XMTP enables wallets to secure conversations, not just transactions and assets.
Introducing the XMTP Litepaper Public Draft
A primer on XMTP—the secure web3 messaging protocol—why we're building it, how it works, and where we see it going in the future.
Igniting the team and community to build the standard communication protocol for web3 together
a16z Crypto leads our $20m Series A alongside other incredible funds & angels...
Goodbye Standups, Hello Wrap-Ups: Rethinking team alignment for asynchronous, remote work
Standups are standard-operating-procedure for most startups. But it’s time to take another look at them in the asynchronous, remote context.
Bringing optionality to options: Extending the exercise window
Rather than stick with the status quo, we’re taking a different approach with how stock options are exercised at XMTP.
Why we’re getting rid of the vesting cliff
Rather than blindly following the well-trodden path of other startups before, and those of our own, we’re putting a critical lens to every decision we make to ensure it’s the one we want to live with.
It’s time to saddle back up to the startup world again—after a few years on the sidelines, my good friend Shane Mac and I (Matt Galligan) have decided to start something new, and we couldn’t be more excited.