In October 2022, the Interledger Foundation awarded twelve projects funding to cover 6-months of research to explore compelling use cases for ILP-enabled digital wallets, neo banks, and community platforms. We are glad to report that these projects have been making significant headway in their respective jurisdictions in the creation of more financial nodes in the Interledger network.
The Interledger Program team held two Sprint Check-In & Exchange sessions in January which provided the grantees with the platform to exchange ideas and best practices as they seek to implement their respective projects.
Here's the deck of slides showcasing the 5-minute update provided by each project.
Don't forget to check out the progress report submitted by each project.
Paystreme Progress Report
Fernando Almiñana for Paystreme ・ Feb 3 ・ 6 min read
The People's ClearingHouse (Mexico)
Kult's ILP-Open-Source Digital Wallet (Brazil/Portugal)
Kult's ILP Open-Source Digital Wallet — Grant Report #1
Helena Tude ・ Feb 3 ・ 8 min read
Progress report - #1 - AgnostiPay
Jasper Voorendonk - AgnostiPay for AgnostiPay ・ Feb 3 ・ 5 min read
Tier 1 Interledger Service Level Provider (South Africa/USA)
Tier 1 Interledger Service Level Provider — Grant Report #1
Joanna Walther for Snake Nation As- A-Tier 1 ILPS ・ Feb 3 ・ 14 min read
Binusu Universal Wallet (Uganda)
MUDA OTC Escrow (Uganda)
MUDA OTC Escrow — Grant Report #1
Nicholas Katungi for MUDA OTC Escrow ・ Feb 21 ・ 3 min read
Stay tuned for the update feature on the remaining grantees.
Feel free to review the reports submitted and add your thoughts and questions by tagging the respective authors.
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