Coinbase launched its crypto-convenience feature ‘Coinbase Pay’ feature back in March, and now, the company is in a position to facilitate its roll-out across the broader blockchain ecosystem. The advancement means that Web3 devs and businesses will be able to seamlessly integrate the feature into their dApps, with industry-leading wallet MetaMask appearing as the first external wallet to do so.
For those not in-the-know, Coinbase Pay is a function which allows users of platforms to purchase or transfer crypto to a wallet or dApp via a few simple clicks. This is due to the feature’s adherence to information already stored on the Coinbase database, which allows users to avoid the long-winded onboarding processes and additional verification methods that are usually observed when operating within an unfamiliar platform. The feature also includes a simplified fiat-to-crypto conversion mechanism, which makes the world of Web3 far more convenient and accessible to the masses.
The feature will be of huge value to many a Web3 developer, as its integration will alleviate the requirement to create and develop individual onboarding and verification systems.
Up until now, Coinbase Pay was only integrated into Coinbase Wallet and Coinbase NFT, however in the next few weeks, the 30 million users of MetaMask will be able to experience its wonders. With regards to the future roll-outs of the feature, Coinbase has urged interested dApps to contact them in order to apply for SDK access, with more information regarding how to integrate Coinbase Pay being available on Coinbase’s developer documentation.
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