Michael Fabozzi, Rentfuse Labs founder, will join the next Neo DevLog live discussion session. The conversation will focus on Neonova and the Neo Wallet Adapter, both open-source tools the Rentfuse Labs team has built for the N3 blockchain.
The hour-long voice chat session begins at 12:00 p.m. (UTC) on Monday, Jan. 17, 2022, on the official Neo Discord server and is hosted by Neo community developer Robert Oschler.
The Neo Wallet Adapter is an open-source library to help developers integrate multiple Neo ecosystem wallets into their dApps. Written in TypeScript, the library provides a number of packages to meet the needs of developers, such as adapters for connecting to NeoLine, O3, and WalletConnect-compatible wallets.
The Neonova GUI makes it easy to invoke as well as deploy or update Neo N3 smart contracts. Designed with developers in mind, Neonova can be accessed in a web browser or downloaded for local operation. The service runs using RPC nodes on TestNet and MainNet, and offers support for NeoLine, O3, and WalletConnect-compatible wallets such as Neon.
Fabozzi is a software engineer at a robotics company and developed the first version of the Rentfuse protocol, which won Best NFT Project at the Neo Frontier Launchpad hackathon. He was inspired to design the protocol while thinking about potential use cases in the gaming industry. Rentfuse aims to create new ways to tap and distribute the inherent value of digital assets, such as in-game items.
DevLog is an NGD initiative to connect the broader blockchain developer community with subject matter experts in the Neo ecosystem. The series aims to offer development updates on tooling and infrastructure, and incentivize the Neo community through competitions and rewards.
The full announcement can be found at the link below: https://twitter.com/Neo_Blockchain/status/1482005491303604228?s=20