Category: Development

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The Future of GameFi Payments: Exploring the Streamflow SDK

As developers create Web3 games, they require payment infrastructure to enable reward and distribution features for players, and our SDK offers the perfect solution. Our flexible SDK empowers developers to integrate value distribution mechanisms into their games, allowing for seamless rewards and incentive distribution for players. All the while, developers can effortlessly manage the distribution of those tokens.
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Streamflow Enables Support For WalletConnect

Most Web3 transactions are carried out by browser-based wallets but the current selection of browser-based wallets is limited, which deters certain users from accessing DeFi dApps. Today, we’re excited to announce that Streamflow is now compatible with WalletConnect, the decentralized protocol that connects crypto wallets to Web3 dApps. This integration allows us to expand, and offer our services to millions of users.
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TVL Dashboard is Live | View Streamflow Token Vesting TVL via Datawisp

In Q2 2022, we became market leaders in token vesting —accumulating a Total Value Locked (TVL) of over $1 Billion. To track this data we enlisted the help of Datawisp, an intuitive data aggregation tool. Tracking accurate data from multiple sources on the blockchain has always proved to be a challenge, but with Datawisp we were able to accurately collect and compile data into a unified dashboard —featuring some small visualizations.
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Introducing Streamflow’s Cryptocurrency-to-Fiat Off-ramp Solution

Transferring crypto to fiat currency has been a longstanding issue for the crypto community as a whole, but thanks to Streamflows latest integration, users can convert their cryptocurrencies to fiat currency. Users can now store funds in Streamflow and off-ramp USDC —and SOL which is converted to USDC— to their bank account (currently limited to the U.S.). This integration is initially opened to only a few participants via a closed beta.