"Wow" is just about the best way we could sum up @ETHGlobal [https://twitter.com/ETHGlobal]'s #ETHSanFrancisco [https://twitter.com/hashtag/ETHSanFrancisco?src=hashtag_click]. 30 teams built with XMTP, exhibiting a level of quality and novelty that blew us away. And top it off, two of them were
ETH Online hackers build incredible apps across video chat, game security, and talent platforms using XMTP.
In web3, token-gated messaging opens up a world where you can see verifiable transactions and facts about the sender that help you vet who you want to interact with.
HackFS x XMTP awards wrap-up: Decentralized Ticketing Platform, Optik for video conferencing, and GhostShare for file sharing
HackFS by @ETHGlobal and @ProtocolLabs wrapped and, once again, the creativity and quality of the projects was outstanding.
How developer @0x_Yuzu built an application that enables buyers and sellers to barter on NFTs using OpenSea's Seaport and XMTP. Developers are using web3’s composability to build a wider range of user-centric experiences. OpenSea’s Seaport protocol [https://docs.opensea.io/v2.0/reference/seaport-overview] is a good
ETH NYC Awards Wrap: OTC Swap for Opensea, E2EE Chat via Intercom widget, and a kill switch “Burn My Wallet” for hacked wallets
We just got back from ETH NYC [https://ethglobal.com/] and what a great event. 1,300 builders, 50 sponsors, so much energy… We’re amped to share a few of the hackathon submissions that won awards at the event and we’re looking forward to being with everyone at