12 Projects That Are Integrating The Loopring Protocol

Loopring’s ecosystem has been taking shape and growing quickly. We’d like to introduce 12 teams that are building on top of the Loopring Protocol. These third party projects span the spectrum of crypto-wallets and front-end interfaces, to specialized financial platforms and niche market solutions.

Some of them are live, while others are still in the works, but they are all integrating the Loopring Protocol to provide their users with exchange functionality. They are free to operate and build as they wish, and not only will they delight their users with secure exchange capabilities, but will earn income for facilitating trades on the decentralized Loopring network.

imToken is a feature-rich digital asset wallet enabling multi-chain asset management, dApp browsing and secure, private exchange of value. imToken is the largest Ethereum wallet, with over 4.5 million users globally. We will issue a dedicated statement regarding Loopring’s dApp on imToken soon.

MyToken is a leading one-stop crypto platform that provides cryptocurrency real-time charts, data analysis, ratings, industry news, as well as a wallet.

Qbao is a multicurrency wallet, token exchange platform, payment settlement solution, social group, and information marketplace. Qbao serves digital currency users globally, providing them with a secure, cross-chain, and easy-to-use digital asset platform.

RootAnt is accelerating the transformation of financial services by empowering global financial institutions to transform into cross-platform, user-friendly financial portals.

Loois is a next generation decentralized trading platform where digital assets can be traded securely without ever leaving the safety of your wallet.

DEXLAB is a wallet, trading terminal, messenger and more, all in one secure app. Always be in control of your private keys and earn loyalty points for being a power user.

Tokenall Wallet is a multi-currency digital asset Wallex. Team members have deep domain expertise and come from past employers such as Meituan, Hungry, Tencent, and Baidu. Currently released on Android, with iOS to be released in July.

Tuzy is the world’s first blockchain-based ‘win-win’ wallet platform, providing users with secure and convenient wallets and decentralized trading functions. Tuzy distributes 80% of transaction fee income to users according to a contribution-based algorithm.

Game Token Exchange (GTEX) aims to be the world’s preeminent gaming asset marketplace. GTEX allows gamers, investors and game developers to bridge the gap between the virtual gaming and real worlds, exchanging in-game assets in both environments.

Uone.io is a full-service web Wallex that is currently live, allowing users to trade while maintaining control of their private keys. Mobile versions on iOS and Android are expected to launch by end of July.

MW Tech has worked on bank-level ‘U-shield’ for 20 years and holds the Chinese patent for the “ECC non-elliptic algorithm”. Now, they are leveraging U-Shield into the CoinID Secure Hardware Wallet — an industry leading cold storage solution. Initially supporting BTC/ETH/ERC20 tokens.

CPOO wallet is a non-custodial digital asset exchange, OTC trading environment, and asset management platform.


Stay tuned for an update in the next week or so about other projects who are building on top of the Loopring Protocol. Of course, if you’d like to build on top of Loopring, you can do so freely by checking out our Developer Portal or GitHub. If you have any questions, please reach out to us here.


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