cheap transactions with the FULL security of Ethereum (optimism)

The magic of the thirdweb deploy toolset is that you can implement specific features in your contracts to unlock full support for those features in the SDKs and the thirdweb Dashboard.

By implementing features from the Contracts SDK, they automatically give you full SDKs to support your contracts as well as custom-made interfaces to interact with your contracts in the dashboard.

You can now "wrap" any number of ERC20/721/1155 tokens into a single "wrapped bundle" NFT that can be transferred, sold, and "unwrapped" by someone else to receive the contents of the bundle! This enables really creative use cases for dapps.

Webflow for web3

Workshop for web3 developers about how you can bring custom smart contracts into the thirdweb platform and benefit from the full suite of our SDK and dashboard features. Experience a full loop integrating a custom contract with the thirdweb dashboard. Learn how to deploy without exposing public or private keys, manage contracts & conditions directly from your dashboard, and see what’s happening on-chain with analytics.

However, in the name of convenience, as RPC nodes have grown more expensive to maintain and developers more specialized, Web3 RPC access has consolidated around centralized gatekeepers. When you use MetaMask to sign transactions in your favorite game or NFT marketplace, assuming you haven't already switched your custom RPC to Pocket Network, your data is flowing through a centralized cluster of RPC nodes. This means you are vulnerable to outages. Pocket Network solves this critical flaw in the Web3 stack by incentivizing a network of RPC nodes to relay your data to any blockchain. DApps send their RPC requests to the nodes, who relay the requests and use Zero-Knowledge Range Proofs to validate the Relay Evidence that determines their POKT block reward. As well as making Web3 access unstoppable, this has the side effect of making Web3 infrastructure cheaper, by eliminating rent-seeking intermediaries, and more private, since each RPC node relays only a fraction of your data. Create endpoints, and monitor your app infrastructure, all in one place. (link below)

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