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TipLink Integration: A new way to send crypto

TipLink Integration: A new way to send crypto

TipLink Integration: A new way to send crypto

TipLink Integration: A new way to send crypto

Today, we are announcing our integration with TipLink.

TipLink enables users to send digital assets, such as crypto and NFTs, to anyone via a link or QR code. To receive these digital assets, recipients simply have to click on the link or scan the QR code — regardless of whether they have a crypto wallet or not. By abstracting the complexity of blockchains, TipLink aims to drive broader adoption of crypto, bridging the gap between tech-savvy users and the general public.

By integrating TipLink into Squads, we enable you to send tokens — such as SOL, USDC, and more — simply by entering the email address of the recipient.

By avoiding wallet addresses — which come as long, complex strings of alphanumeric characters, and are prone to errors when copied or typed manually — the overall transaction experience can be made more intuitive and user-friendly.

Apart from that, wallet addresses can also expose users to phishing attacks, where malicious actors trick them into sending funds to fraudulent addresses that look similar to legitimate ones. With our TipLink integration, however, we're able to prevent this right from the outset.

TipLinks that are sent through Squads can only be accessed through the email account of the intended recipient. And if a TipLink has been sent to a wrong email address or the TipLink funds are not being claimed, Squads enables you to recover the associated tokens back to the vault.

For more on our TipLink integration, make sure to read our docs.

Learn more about Squads Labs: sqds.io

Learn more about Squads App and Squads Protocol: squads.so

Today, we are announcing our integration with TipLink.

TipLink enables users to send digital assets, such as crypto and NFTs, to anyone via a link or QR code. To receive these digital assets, recipients simply have to click on the link or scan the QR code — regardless of whether they have a crypto wallet or not. By abstracting the complexity of blockchains, TipLink aims to drive broader adoption of crypto, bridging the gap between tech-savvy users and the general public.

By integrating TipLink into Squads, we enable you to send tokens — such as SOL, USDC, and more — simply by entering the email address of the recipient.

By avoiding wallet addresses — which come as long, complex strings of alphanumeric characters, and are prone to errors when copied or typed manually — the overall transaction experience can be made more intuitive and user-friendly.

Apart from that, wallet addresses can also expose users to phishing attacks, where malicious actors trick them into sending funds to fraudulent addresses that look similar to legitimate ones. With our TipLink integration, however, we're able to prevent this right from the outset.

TipLinks that are sent through Squads can only be accessed through the email account of the intended recipient. And if a TipLink has been sent to a wrong email address or the TipLink funds are not being claimed, Squads enables you to recover the associated tokens back to the vault.

For more on our TipLink integration, make sure to read our docs.

Learn more about Squads Labs: sqds.io

Learn more about Squads App and Squads Protocol: squads.so

Today, we are announcing our integration with TipLink.

TipLink enables users to send digital assets, such as crypto and NFTs, to anyone via a link or QR code. To receive these digital assets, recipients simply have to click on the link or scan the QR code — regardless of whether they have a crypto wallet or not. By abstracting the complexity of blockchains, TipLink aims to drive broader adoption of crypto, bridging the gap between tech-savvy users and the general public.

By integrating TipLink into Squads, we enable you to send tokens — such as SOL, USDC, and more — simply by entering the email address of the recipient.

By avoiding wallet addresses — which come as long, complex strings of alphanumeric characters, and are prone to errors when copied or typed manually — the overall transaction experience can be made more intuitive and user-friendly.

Apart from that, wallet addresses can also expose users to phishing attacks, where malicious actors trick them into sending funds to fraudulent addresses that look similar to legitimate ones. With our TipLink integration, however, we're able to prevent this right from the outset.

TipLinks that are sent through Squads can only be accessed through the email account of the intended recipient. And if a TipLink has been sent to a wrong email address or the TipLink funds are not being claimed, Squads enables you to recover the associated tokens back to the vault.

For more on our TipLink integration, make sure to read our docs.

Learn more about Squads Labs: sqds.io

Learn more about Squads App and Squads Protocol: squads.so

Today, we are announcing our integration with TipLink.

TipLink enables users to send digital assets, such as crypto and NFTs, to anyone via a link or QR code. To receive these digital assets, recipients simply have to click on the link or scan the QR code — regardless of whether they have a crypto wallet or not. By abstracting the complexity of blockchains, TipLink aims to drive broader adoption of crypto, bridging the gap between tech-savvy users and the general public.

By integrating TipLink into Squads, we enable you to send tokens — such as SOL, USDC, and more — simply by entering the email address of the recipient.

By avoiding wallet addresses — which come as long, complex strings of alphanumeric characters, and are prone to errors when copied or typed manually — the overall transaction experience can be made more intuitive and user-friendly.

Apart from that, wallet addresses can also expose users to phishing attacks, where malicious actors trick them into sending funds to fraudulent addresses that look similar to legitimate ones. With our TipLink integration, however, we're able to prevent this right from the outset.

TipLinks that are sent through Squads can only be accessed through the email account of the intended recipient. And if a TipLink has been sent to a wrong email address or the TipLink funds are not being claimed, Squads enables you to recover the associated tokens back to the vault.

For more on our TipLink integration, make sure to read our docs.

Learn more about Squads Labs: sqds.io

Learn more about Squads App and Squads Protocol: squads.so

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