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Introducing Notify.js — Easy Front-End Notifications for Dapp Developers

Chris Meisl

By Chris Meisl in blockchain, usability, Notify on November 12, 2019

Today we are excited to announce Notify.js — which makes it even easier for Dapp developers to provide users with real-time transaction notifications. 

This release extends and enhances our API to provide teams with a comprehensive front-end JS library to track all parts of the Ethereum transaction life cycle. In this post, we will explore the origin of Notify, what it does, and the impact it has on your Dapp.

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How Custom Blockchain Notifications Improved Mintable’s User Engagement

Blocknative

By Blocknative in blockchain, usability, Case Study, Dapp, Notify on November 7, 2019

Mintable is focused on driving NFT adoption. To accomplish this, Mintable builds tools for creators and end-users of digital collectibles. Their Dapp makes it easy to mint, manage, browse, and exchange ERC-721 assets in seconds. Since launching, Mintable has worked to improve engagement and reduce end-user anxiety when transacting on Ethereum. 

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Developing For Engagement: 4 Actionable Lessons from Web3 Summit

Blocknative

By Blocknative in blockchain, usability, UX Best Practices on October 29, 2019

User engagement is the goal of nearly every product ever built on the web. But its an incredibly hard thing to define. Why? Because engagement is rooted in the in-determinant world of end-user psychology. Engagement is driven by a mix of users' expectations, hopes, desires, and fears. It's challenging to predict what features will make a positive impact.

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Ethereum Speed Up Transactions: How They Work and What They Mean For Dapps

Blocknative

By Blocknative in blockchain, usability, UX Best Practices on October 4, 2019

Recently, we published a post covering Canceled Transactions and How They Break Dapp UX. Based on the positive feedback we received from the community, we are excited to dive into the world of Ethereum Speed Up Transactions — what they are, how they are different than Cancels, and the implications for your Dapp. [We recommend first reviewing our Cancel Post.]

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Lessons from a Pioneer in the NFT Game Ecosystem: A Brave New World for Indie Dapp Devs

Blocknative

By Blocknative in blockchain, usability, Case Study, Dapp on October 1, 2019

Blockchain is changing everything. And one of the most concrete examples of that change is the developer ecosystem that has emerged around popular games. For those that have not been in the loop, decentralized games enable third-party developers to build on top of them — without any permission. This is a radical departure from how game companies typically operate, and it opens up a whole new world to game developers. 

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Lessons in Blockchain Startups: Finding Great Partners to Build With

Matt Cutler

By Matt Cutler in blockchain, usability, Case Study on September 26, 2019

We recently introduced our new Notify API for programmable real-time transaction notifications. This new API represents an exciting step forward for Blocknative's cycle of ideate, build, test, learn, and refine. And one thing I've learned in two decades of founding and running startups is that successful organizations are constantly searching for customers to say three magical words:

We want that!

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Introducing the Notify API for Real-Time Transaction Notifications

Chris Meisl

By Chris Meisl in blockchain, usability on September 12, 2019

After months of internal development and testing, today I'm excited to introduce our new Notify API for Ethereum wallet providers and sophisticated Dapp development teams. Notify is a lightweight, easy-to-work-with back-end API that delivers real-time transaction state changes for every relevant address – or what we refer to as cradle-to-grave transaction monitoring.

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How Simplicity Drives DeFi Dapp Engagement

Blocknative

By Blocknative in blockchain, usability, Case Study, Dapp, DeFi on August 13, 2019

Shiftly is a zero-fee, non-custodial aggregator of decentralized exchanges.  The objective is to help you quickly and conveniently find the best price to swap your crypto – across multiple liquidity pools. Shiftly currently supports Kyber, Uniswap, and Airswap. When you want to make a trade, you search through the providers and then trade directly on their smart contract via the Shiftly dapp.  

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Everything You Need to Know About Canceled Transactions – and How They Break Dapp UX

Is your Dapp displaying incorrect information to users? It probably is — through no fault of your own.

Since the start of the year, we have conducted more than 30 Dapp Transaction Usability Audits. Every Audit involves 50+ unique quantitative metrics and qualitative evaluations. One surprising finding: we have yet to audit a Dapp that cleanly handles either Canceled or Sped Up transactions. Why? 

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Lessons Learned: The Role of Community in a Successful Dapp Launch

Blocknative

By Blocknative in blockchain, usability, Case Study, Dapp on August 7, 2019

CryptoMiner World is a crypto-collectible game where players can dig up crypto treasures from beneath a virtual landscape. Players find tradable in-game assets like silver, gold, gems, and more. Hidden throughout the world are keys to rare chests that contain anywhere from 10 to 2,000 ETH. Yes, that's more than $400,000!

In many ways, CryptoMiner World is a next-generation blockchain game. 

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