Take a new, high-speed, low-cost layer two protocol powered by zero-knowledge (ZK) proofs, add the only full-funnel Web3 CRM platform, and connect them with in-wallet messaging. You have the recipe for an eye-opening hackathon experience that’s sure to spur a wave of innovation.
That’s what awaits developers who descend on ETHGlobal in NYC, September 22-24. Those participating in the Linea blockchain hackathon will have the opportunity to request testnet ETH from a faucet using simple messaging via XMTP. Made possible with the Absolute Labs Wallet Relationship Management™ (WRM) platform’s marketing automation engine, the entire process is secure and seamless.
“It couldn’t be easier for developers to request and receive testnet ETH using our platform and XMTP messaging,” says Samir Addamine, CEO of Absolute Labs. “Perhaps even better, by using our platform, Linea will now have a way to further build its developer relationships utilizing our Web3 CRM capabilities for future programs, promotions, airdrops, etc.”
“We love the way our partnership with Absolute Labs and XMTP streamlines the process of requesting and delivering testnet ETH to developers, while also validating and controlling the process so that unqualified participants don’t drain the faucet,” says Marco Monaco, Growth Lead and Founding Member at Linea, the EVM-compatible L2 powered by ConsenSys (the folks behind the MetaMask wallet). “It’s a game changer.”
For XMTP – the groundbreaking protocol for wallet-to-wallet messaging – this is yet another great example of the use case for wallet messaging in an automated marketing flow. Qualified developers get what they need to build their dApps and smart contracts without any of the friction they may have experienced in the past.
Here’s how it works in a nutshell:
- Developer sends a message via XMTP to an Absolute Labs address to automatically receive testnet ETH into their wallets.
- Absolute Labs first checks the requesting address to ensure that it has been active on the Ethereum or Polygon blockchains (or other qualifiers).
- When validated, the system automates a message back to the developer that their testnet ETH has been sent to their wallet.
Safeguards are built into the system so that users can’t trigger the faucet more than once from the same address.