The wallet services will allow easy and swift integration through familiar APIs and SDKs.
USDC stablecoin issuer announced that it has launched its Programmable Wallets products, which is a wallet-as-a-service platform for developers to embed Web3 wallets quickly and easily for their users.
The Programmable Wallets are packaged with wallet operations tools in familiar software developer kits (SDKs) that allow developers to quickly spin up secure Web3 wallets, and project teams can quickly scale up and operate on-chain wallets swiftly by plugging in the code.
“Circle’s Programmable Wallets is part of a new, core pillar of our strategy to advance global, mainstream utility and adoption of digital assets like USDC and public blockchain-based payments,” said Jeremy Allaire, CEO and Co-Founder of Circle. “This new platform marks the first step for Circle’s Web3 services as we work to ease common pain points for developers, remove friction from value exchange, deliver more seamless user experiences and help drive blockchain-powered wallet adoption.”
The Programmable Wallets will use familiar APIs that allow developers to integrate fully functional wallets that store, send, and receive cryptocurrencies plus non-fungible tokens (NFTs).