BP Ventures, a leading digital asset direct custody solution provider, has announced it has launched three new open source crypto wallets, to help companies integrate with the Stellar Blockchain.
This open sourcing demonstrates BP Ventures' commitment to supporting the growth and development of open blockchain networks. "These tools will help companies connect with Stellar - we believe in the potential for blockchain technology to make a positive impact on the world," said Anthony Barker, founder of BPV.
White Label Digital Retail Wallet for Stellar:
The white label retail wallet is an open source tool that supports SEP 24, SEP 6, swapping, and Android (APK available) written in NextJS.
Watch a Demonstration: https://player.vimeo.com/video/718698694.
Our Github Repo: https://github.com/bp-ventures/retail-wallet.
Compact Command Line Wallet:
The command line wallet is an open source python based script that aids in integration into Stellar SEP 1, SEP 10, and SEP 24. This includes a rewrite of our stcli.py wallet to support the updated Stellar base sdk.
Stcli is a simple command line crypto wallet for Stellar, easily auditable on one file with less than 1000 lines of code. As the first crypto REPL wallet, it can be used for testing federation, deposit, withdrawal, and remittance. Stcli supports any platform that uses Python: Linux (x86 or Arm), Windows, Mac, or Android.Our Github repo: https://github.com/bp-ventures/stcli.
Stellar Anchor Documentation and Testing Repo:
The third repo contains documentation and support for testing and integrating into Stellar Django Polaris, a popular Anchor solution. The repo includes Stellar API documentation for sending using SEP 6, SEP 24 and SEP 31. The simple example code is available in Python.
Our Github Repo: https://github.com/bp-ventures/stellar-payment-api.
Over the next few months, BPV will be releasing additional open source software and tools in its commitment to open payments networks, enabling individuals and businesses everywhere to leverage Blockchain technologies.