For most young companies building crypto software, wallet software is the backbone of your product as it defines how your users interact with blockchains. Being able to successfully transact without friction will make or break any product trying to go to market in web3. Even for businesses that specialize in
Making blockchains usable is our mission at Pine Street Labs. Each new blockchain introduces unique transaction lifecycles, encoding schemes, consensus engines, architectures, and more. Technical variance across the ecosystem has made it difficult and expensive for wallet developers to build and maintain necessary tooling to interact with the growing multichain
At Pine Street Labs, we believe that the future is multi-chain. Over the last few years, the boom in new protocols has benefited users with cheaper fees, better user experience, and more consumer choice. However, the costs for businesses have ballooned as they struggle to securely support and maintain each
We’re excited to announce that we’ve successfully completed our Osmosis Grant and added Osmosis support to our flagship product, walletOS. TLDR * walletOS is a system for automating workflows, building transactions, and deploying wallets for any blockchain. * We received a grant from Osmosis earlier in the year to add
We’re excited to announce our collaboration with the Umee Foundation on creating Nebula [https://github.com/PineStreetLabs/nebula], an open source wallet library for the Cosmos Ecosystem. In this post we will explain why we built Nebula, the problem it is solving, and who will find this product useful.