Polywrap Origin Has Arrived! 💚 🔥
DAO Update: July 2022
Hello Polywrap community;
Thanks for tuning in for this latest update! We've been heads down on the Origin release these last few months and are very excited to start getting Polywrap into the hands of more developers.
A quick reminder:
Polywrap is building the plumbing to deliver web3 everywhere. The Polywrap platform leverages WebAssembly and decentralized hosting to make web3 protocols as easy to integrate as Web2 APIs. Today, our CLI enables developers to rapidly scaffold and deploy protocol wrappers that are natively cross-platform, extendable, secure, and upgradable. Whether you’re a new coder or an experienced engineer, Polywrap is here to help you build more.
We’re looking for a world-class Developer Relations Lead and Product Manager that have experience working in developer tooling (Web3 experience is a plus). See the rest of our open roles here.
We'd appreciate forwarding our first major release of the toolchain to skilled developers and teams, so they can try out Polywrap: https://docs.polywrap.io
Announcing Polywrap Origin’s Release 💚 🔥
Completed Toolchain and CLI rebranding: Web3API is gone. Long live Polywrap!
Wrappers Schemas Simplified: standard GraphQL query and mutation module structures have been merged into one single module per wrapper.
Wrapper Workflows: This new iteration could be seen as “Recipes 2.0”, where workflows allow devs to create scripts and compose complex reproducible queries
Deployment Pipeline: Easily automate a wrapper deployment pipeline
Infrastructure Pipeline: Easily start and stop custom, modular test environments
Simplified Plugin Architecture: Massively reduced boilerplate code required for plugin development
Rust Support: Write your next Wasm wrapper in Rust!
Wrappers and Early Integrations
Polywrap Origin Refactor: We refactored all of our wrappers for compatibility with the new Origin release.
Added support for querying token balances of an address from various EVM-compatible chains, like Ethereum, Polygon, Avalanche, Optimism, etc.
Created Coingecko wrapper to fetch data from Coingecko API
Integrated a number of top defi protocols like Uniswap, Aave, Yearn, Compound, Cream, and more in defi-sdk.
Uniswap: The V2 and V3 wrappers have been thoroughly developed, and the new live web demo is being polished by the integrations team.
Tezos: Initially developed by Blockwatch, this integration covers uses like NFTs, Decentralised Exchanges, and Tezos name spaces.
Substrate and Polkadot: Steady progress towards the first implementation, expecting to finish up around August.
Gelato: This resolver built by the Gelato team as a Proof of Concept has enabled other Developer teams to spec out novel systems, like Poolshark’s decentralised group limit orders.
Near: completed development of the wrappers’ second milestone, increased test coverage and wallet functionality.
Gnosis Safe: Coordination, research and planning have ramped up recently to begin development of the Safe wrapper.
Axelar: a proof of concept for cross chain asset bridging (Ethereum, Avalanche, Polkadot, Cosmos)
Additionally, you can see a full overview of the development stages on the graph below, or browse our growing catalog of integrations here.
Polyfolio, the DeFi portfolio aggregator: This scalable web product queries the balances of your Ethereum accounts through the Defiwrapper, interfacing with protocols like Aave, Compound, Sushiswap, and across multiple EVM chains. Recently, the first Milestone of development for this frontend app has been reached. The DAO now expects finalizing the Defiwrapper to fully integrate both tools.
Wrappers.io, a window to pinned wrappers: This prototype supports managing wrappers registered on ENS through a web app. With this tool, wrappers are deployed to IPFS and their Content IDs registered as content hashes on ENS. Users can lookup and download information or files for all uploaded wrappers. On the backend, wrappers.io uses a wrapper IPFS gateway powered by a Polywrap persistence node that pins (to IPFS) all wrappers discovered by its ENS indexing nodes. See it live! → https://wrappers.io
Demo Apps, a full repo on GitHub
Hello world: https://helloworld.demo.polywrap.io/
Fetch Metadata: https://fetchmetadata.demo.polywrap.io/
You can also see the GitHub Repo with all of our demo applications
Wrap.link, experimental REST-like executable web3 queries: Magic links is a new experimental feature you can use to execute a wrapper remotely, in a REST-like fashion. Try it at https://wrap.link/
Highlighted Governance proposals:
Videos and Content:
What's next for Web3 Infrastructure @ DevConnect Amsterdam 2022, with Ori
[ Polywrap Presentation ] Any protocol, Any language @ Block Split, Croatia, with Jure
[ Demo Video ] Single Module Wrappers: Why we moved away from GraphQL, with Jordan
[ Audio Interview ] Polywrap's approach to DAO budgeting and accounting @ The Accountant Quits podcast, with Kevin
Building wrappers: We have started to ramp up support for teams building protocol wrappers and improving the developer experience throughout this process.
More Committed Contributors: Currently the Polywrap DAO has 9 Committed Contributors, and is actively recruiting for the DevRel & Product Manager roles mentioned in the ´Asks´ section above.
Knowledge sharing: Since our Origin release we have started preparing a more structured content production process to create both innovative and evergreen content that drives Polywrap’s adoption.
All Core Developers for releasing Origin 💚🧡
ZeePrime for featuring Polywrap on their new Web3 Infrastructure article (read it here)
Evan Fisher from Portal Ventures for his support on operational, go-to-market, and recruiting strategies
John O'Connell and Madeline Kolbe-Saltzman from True Ventures for their support in developing DAO culture and project strategy.
ChainSafe for all the progress on the Polkadot and Substrate implementations
BlockWatch for developing the Tezos wrapper and its specific use-cases
Consider It Done Tech for delivering the first milestone of Polyfolio, as well as the Near and Axelar wrapper integrations
PWV for great progress in the development of the Polywrap Python Client
Evan Jacobs for providing strategy and valuable insights to optimise the launch of Polywrap Origin
Paul Diaz for outstanding support around the marketing sprint for the Polywrap Origin release
Juan Blanco for setting the groundwork for the DAOs data analytics pipeline
Looking forward to share more exciting news with you soon,
The Polywrap DAO 💚