idexo is delighted to reveal integration with OKC (OKX Chain), an EVM-compatible L1 based on Cosmos that prioritizes full interoperability (IBC) and speed optimization. With this connection, idexo offers support for its minimum-code web3 SDK and API, its zero-code NFT Innovation Platform, and its recently announced NFTMe mobile application.
By using the idexo platform, anybody can immediately create apps that provide web2-like interactions that exploit OKC web3 features with only a few lines of programming. An appropriate example would be a client loyalty plan that leverages NFTs and/or Soulbound Tokens to encompass end-to-end consumer experience, along with hosted token limiting UIs that gate material depending on NFTs possessed, and connection with corporate systems like as CRM and POS.
Integrating OKC as a supported platform to NFTMe makes it possible for anybody to build and sell selfie NFT series on OKC without understanding blockchain. Anybody who can snap a selfie may participate in the NFT movement and generate fresh engagement and revenue possibilities from their online followers and supporters.
Idexo’s one-of-a-kind transaction credit system conceals the intricacy of blockchain gas tokens, offering consumers with a simple and predictable method for covering the transaction expenses intrinsic to blockchain technology. Users may also rapidly set up and begin using blockchain without needing to understand how wallets function, and can study more as they feel fit. This generates comfortable and enjoyable experiences and immediately unlocks the benefits even before user want to know further.
“”We’re delighted to integrate our new blockchain network, OKC, and look forward to promoting and growing its customer base,” states Greg Marlin, CEO/CTO of idexo. “OKC (OKX Chain) provides the ideal combination of cheap transaction fees, quick speeds, and community assistancet. By utilizing idexo’s transaction payment system, programmers and customers who utilize this integration do not require to bother about obtaining and maintaining holdings of OKC’s native OKT token; this enables quicker onboarding sessions.”