Zenland is the first no-code smart contract platform where anyone buying or selling products/services can be sure the deal is safe. This is done through a smart contract, a simple programmable agreement between two parties.


Connect any Ethereum address to dapps in “watch-only” mode. Impersonator works with all major EVM chains like Ethereum, Arbitrum, Optimism, Polygon, BSC, and various testnets as well. * Easily input addresses via ENS * No private keys required * Dynamically switch connected address and network, after being connected to a dapp * Transaction calldata generated from dapps is visible on the UI * Tenderly can be used to simulate transactions from the impersonated address. Just need to get the fork id and set it into the config.Why would you use it? (1.) For devs: to test out their UI from the view of other users and simulate generated calldata; (2.) If you just want to see your stats on a dapp without signing into the hardware wallet; (3.) For traders: Log in as whale wallets to explore how they interact with the protocol

Marble Wallet

Marble helps dApps onboard users quickly and securely to an email-based self-custodial wallet. The integrated fiat on-ramp, customizability, and cross-app functionality allows dApps onboard users up to 90% faster compared to regular wallets. Users benefit from a seamless and secure onboarding to Web3 that they can use across the internet.


Chainverse Portal is an analytics platform that transforms messy Web3 data into leads, targeted growth recommendations, data-driven features, and personalized marketing campaigns, empowering Web3 protocols to grow faster at less cost. With the Chainverse Portal, Web3 protocols can launch new features and marketing initiatives with trusted data, instead of intuition and Twitter noise.


MetaDock offers: (1.) One click to show the fund flow chart for an address; (2.) Enhanced address labels (e.g., deposit addresses of CEX, addresses of scammers and hackers); (3.) Enhanced function signature parsing; (4.) One click to download a verified contract’s source code and ABI; (5.) Show address compliance scores; (6.) Enable open transactions in Phalcon; and (7.) One click to launch various blockchain explorer. Metadock supports blockchain explorers such as, Etherscan, BscScan, and *scans of most EVM-compatible chains.


Building and maintaining indexing infrastructure is inefficient, expensive, and less performant. Operator makes it easy for developers to build blockchain products that leverage data from blockchains and decentralized storage services like IPFS and Arweave, all through a simple SQL-based API.


Flair is a Web3 SDK that saves months of development work for Web3 games and dApps. Flair offers open-source, scalable and customizable smart contracts, simple SDK/API and a handy dashboard. Developers can easily use wallet aggregators, scalable smart contracts, trustless relayer APIs, and dApp-focused Indexing APIs for their Web3 games and dApps with minimal integration effort.

Woop Pay

Web3 payment requests have poor UX flow. You often need to copy-paste your wallet address and hope that the payer doesn’t commit any error during the transaction. Existing solutions to this problem (e.g. the receive functionality in wallets) are not open source and are treated as a side feature without any focus on them. Woop Pay wants to fix this by offering an open-source product that allows you to create, share, and pay cryptocurrency payment requests in a simple way.


Militereum’s powerful Web3 firewall, available for both Windows and MacOS, blocks suspicious transactions. You can use it with every EVM-compatible wallet, including browser-based and desktop wallets. It has native support for Ethereum and many other chains, including Polygon and Arbitrum and Optimism.


0xSplits is an open-source, audited, non-upgradeable set of contracts that efficiently split onchain income. Whenever a Split receives income, each recipient gets their share. It’s simple enough for friends, secure enough for anons, and optimized enough for developers.