"Wow" is just about the best way we could sum up @ETHGlobal's #ETHSanFrancisco. 30 teams built with XMTP, exhibiting a level of quality and novelty that blew us away. And top it off, two of them were event finalists. Here were our top picks for our prizes: BB3 - BEEP3R
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 is a good example. Seaport is an open source, decentralized NFT
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 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 ETH SF in