Enya and OMG Network intregate developer toolchain Web3API for Ethereum layer-2 platform OMGX
Enya, a provider of decentralized privacy solutions, in partnership with OMG Network, a leader in Ethereum scaling development, today announced their partnership with Web3API, a developer toolchain that makes it easy to integrate Web3 protocols into applications from any programming language.
Web3API simplifies the construction of decentralized apps (dApps) and enables more developers to build applications quickly and efficiently.
This partnership represents Enya’s mission to provide its developers with the best tools to seamlessly and easily build with OMGX. Launched by Enya and OMG Network, OMGX is a layer-2 platform that supports Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) compatible smart contracts, token staking, and streamlined cross-chain liquidity.
“Following our recent announcement of the OMGX public testnet, we’re excited to collaborate with Web3API to pave the way for a more inclusive Ethereum ecosystem — leveling the playing field for all developers. Web3API will take OMGX to new heights by enabling applications to interact with OMGX through any programming language using simple GraphQL queries and eliminating the need for client-side SDKs,” says Alan Chiu, Founder, and CEO at Enya.
Enya and OMG Network will be building Web3API modules for querying and interacting with OMGX, with the goal of fostering a vibrant ecosystem of applications around OMGX that offer a compelling and affordable user experience.
“We’re proud to welcome our newest partners, Enya and OMG Network, who will be pivotal in making Web3 protocols universally accessible, helping developers build more easily on OMGX and other Ethereum layer 2 scaling platforms. We are excited for this strategic partnership and the ways in which we can accelerate access and adoption of our turnkey solutions for building dApps,” says Jordan Ellis, one of the original Web3API developers.
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