XMTP and Lens hosted a Twitter Spaces event on November 10 to dig into how developers can now use XMTP to add E2EE DMs into their Lens apps.
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XMTP is delivering secure direct messages with the Lens API
Today XMTP reaches a big milestone in our journey to build protocol for secure web3 messaging:
Lens Protocol has adopted XMTP to provide a secure and private direct messaging layer for the entire Lens ecosystem.
ETHOnline Wrap Up: De-Chat, GameJutsu, and Dehitas Take Top Honors
ETH Online hackers build incredible apps across video chat, game security, and talent platforms using XMTP.
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.
Project Spotlight: Relay Receiver, a no-code wallet chat for websites
Facilitating user communication and overcoming one of web3’s biggest challenges. NFT sales, POAP events, DAO activities, etc all have very meaningful reasons why users would want to message each other, but sometimes the website has no chat function and there’s no way to find the user elsewhere.
Truths not spoofs
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.
Token gating flow with an app on XMTP
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.
OTC Swap: Building a message-based bartering system with OpenSea's Seaport and XMTP
How developer @0x_Yuzu built an application that enables buyers and sellers to barter on NFTs using OpenSea's Seaport and XMTP.
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…