Create an in-app wallet integration library for mobile dApps that want their users to be able to receive and send payments without them having to store mnemonics offline or deal with private keys. This will reduce the barrier for people not knowing much about cryptocurrencies but who are willing to use the dApp services, and enable them to gradually learn more about the use of Cardano keys and addresses.
This will create a new open-source tool for building useful applications on Cardano. Developers will be able to integrate it, contribute to it, or even clone it and change it to meet their application needs. By doing so, the building process of mobile dApps will became a bit easier and developers will be able to iterate more quickly on their ideas.
By some unpredictable circumstances not being able to find time to deliver on this project.
May 2022 - Deep research on the integration of the already-existing tools and creating an outlined APIs plan.
May / June 2022 - Create a Github repository, start working on the library. Testing and working on documentation for other developers. Open-sourcing the code.
June 2022 & beyond - Support & resolving issues as they arise.
$3000 - for two months of part-time work of 1 developer ($6000).
$4000 - for the ongoing support and maintenance of the open-source project.
Piotr Napierala - full-stack developer, bridge builder, Gimbalabs core contributor, active in Plutus project-based learning program.
Randall Harmon - software developer, application architect, Swarm Veteran, Gimbalabs core contributor.
James Dunseith - teacher, coach, and facilitator with a passion for helping people gain agency in problem solving.
Steve Lockhart - community builder, decentralization advocate, arborist, dog owner.
We're part of the Gimbalabs core team. Working on decentralized solutions to empower people with blockchain technologies.
The number of reached milestones outlined in my road-map after the research is done. The number of successfully executed tests.
Anyone can integrate this library to easily create a set of keys and addresses for their users in their React Native applications, and allow the users to have no anxiety about storing the keys.
This proposal is an entirely new proposal.