Web3: Blade Labs, Hedera’s Wallet Infrastructure Provider, Launches Products for Android, iOS, Unreal Engine

Blade Labs, Hedera’s wallet infrastructure provider, and the creators of the enterprise grade Blade Wallet, are announcing the launch of their suite of SDK integration products to further accelerate Web3 adoption.

With the help of these new products, project developers can now quickly and easily decentralize their applications “using Hedera and Ethereum based self-custody and consensus mechanisms.”

The SDK integration suite currently “includes Kotlin (for Android), Swift (for iOS) and C++ (for Unreal gaming engine) with Web App and Unity SDKs to be launched soon.”

Applications integrated with Blade SDKs are able “to create Hedera and Ethereum accounts, display balances, transfer tokens, sell fungible and non-fungible tokens (NFTs), and interact with Ethereum smart contracts directly through their application using their own branding and UI.”

Centralized and decentralized payment and token swapping functionality “can be added through Blade Labs’ expanding network which currently includes MoonPay, Banxa, C14, Saucerswap, Pangolin, Heliswap, and others.”

Furthermore, applications can “pay network fees on behalf of their users allowing for a seamless and frictionless experience familiar to most Web2 users.”

The removal of onboarding and Web3 network fee friction via Blade SDKs will “increase conversion, reduce churn and lead to greater monetization potential for applications.”

Blade’s SDK integration services “are already being utilized in various industries, such as gaming, sports, media, and luxury fashion.”

Enterprises building on the Hedera network, “such as Karate Combat, Astra Nova, and MIOO, are leveraging Blade’s services to deliver simple, seamless, and secure user experiences in Web3.”

Blade Labs is committed “to providing the best in class Web3-based solutions to help onboard the next billion users.”

In addition to the SDK integrations, Blade Labs also “offers enterprise-grade solutions such as Blade Wallet, BladeLinks, and Blade Console (launching later this year).”

Blade Wallet is “a fully audited, self-custody, enterprise-grade Web3 wallet, responsible for the creation of nearly 40% of all newly created accounts on the Hedera network since inception.”

BladeLinks provides single-click solutions “for user onboarding and account creation, as well as NFT creation, and distribution.” Blade Console is a portal “with low and no-code Web3 developer tools facilitating user experience customization, quick-fire product launches, and advanced analytics via a user-friendly online dashboard.”

As noted in the update, Blade Labs Inc. claims it is “the leading wallet infrastructure provider for the Hedera network, with a mission to enable the next billion users to safely and seamlessly transition between Web2 and Web3 activities via its frictionless onboarding, simple integrations and secure payment options.”

Its flagship product, Blade Wallet, is “an enterprise-grade, self-custody, third-party audited and security tested Web3 wallet that has seen the most rapid growth on the Hedera platform, with just under 400,000 new user accounts created in less than a year.”

Another suite of products “created by the Blade Labs team to further its mission, BladeLinks, provides single-click solutions for user onboarding and registration, as well as NFT creation, sale, and distribution.”

Finally, Blade Console is “a web portal with low- and no-code Web3 developer tools facilitating user experience customization, quick-fire product launches, and advanced analytics via a user-friendly online dashboard.”

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