TurboPlay Corporation (“TurboPlay” or the “Company”), the world’s first personalized video games marketplace, is thrilled to announce a significant breakthrough for the greater technology community. After extensive R&D, TurboPlay has confirmed the ability to provide Stellar transaction signing directly from Elixir, a problem that until had no viable solution. A more extensive review of this release can be found on Medium.
TurboPlay’s SDK has been released on Github, which includes an XDR generator, and will be kept fully open-source under the MIT License. Both the Stellar and Elixir communities have acknowledged this tremendous contribution on the Stellar Newsletter.
TurboPlay is led by a world-class development team with a proven track record of delivering superior technologies. This breakthrough is necessary for developing enterprise-grade, highly scalable, fully fault-tolerant technology that has applicational use in many industries such as fintech, ecommerce, supply chain management & of course, video games.
“Combining the power and scalability of Elixir & Stellar was a no-brainer for me. When I realized the Stellar community hadn’t completed XDR signing of transactions I knew we had to do it! I’m very proud of our ecommerce team Jibe for working on this with us. Now we can scale and process payment transactions on Stellar without any intermediates slowing us down,” said Vince McMullin, Co-Founder, President, and CEO of TurboPlay. “I’d also like to thank NBIF and our angels for their financial support, which has afforded us the time necessary to complete this technological breakthrough, directly ahead of our Beta Launch.”