Leveraging Smart Transaction SDK for Web 3.0 Development


Transitioning to Web 3 involves challenges like a few Solidity developers, audit needs, smart contract updates, and protocol reliability. These hurdles can discourage developers and entrepreneurs, slowing down the momentum of Web 3 development.

Smart Transaction Technology directly tackles these issues. Our SDK enables Web 2 developers to seamlessly harness Web 3 capabilities. We aim to simplify and streamline the development process, making it more accessible and efficient. This post will detail how our Technology overcomes these challenges and transforms your Web 3 journey.


Table of Contents

  1. Addressing the Core Challenges of Web 3 Development
  2. The Solution
  3. What is Smart Transaction Technology SDK
  4. Community and Support
  5. Future Opportunities
  6. Getting Started: Join Our Community
  7. Conclusion


Addressing the Core Challenges of Web 3 Development


A key Web 3 challenge is the limited number of Solidity-skilled developers for smart contracts. A skills gap of 200,000 Solidity developers against 13.8 million JavaScript developers, slows Web 3’s progress.

Moreover, the need for strict smart contract audits introduces additional complexity. Crucial for contract security, these audits are often expensive and time-consuming. They can considerably slow down the development process and increase the overall costs.


Furthermore, updating smart contracts on the blockchain presents a major challenge. While it is technically possible to update a smart contract once it’s deployed, the process is extremely complex and challenging. which can lead to potential vulnerabilities and significant financial losses if any bugs are detected post-deployment. This makes the update process a lengthy and challenging task that requires meticulous planning and execution.


Additionally, protocol upgrades may damage credibility in Web 3 development, often requiring the creation of a new, adapted product, leading to potential disruptions and uncertainties for the community. This process typically involves migrating user assets within the protocol, which can introduce vulnerabilities and potential security threats. Consequently, managing protocol upgrades is a delicate balance between advancing the system and maintaining user trust and security.


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The Solution:


Our SDK tackles core challenges head-on, smoothing Web 3 development. Firstly, our TypeScript SDK opens Web 3 to JavaScript developers, bypassing the need for Solidity skills. This significantly expands the potential developer base for Web 3 applications.


Additionally, our technology uses pre-approved contracts, cutting down on extra audits. It also simplifies the update process, eliminating the need to rewrite entire sections of smart contract code and making software updates more manageable.


Lastly, our SDK uniquely solves the reliability challenge. The logic that users build is created within the transaction level, instead of being embedded in a smart contract without our Technology. By using our Technology, it becomes possible to edit this logic without needing to modify a smart contract, even in situations where our Technology is not available. This approach preserves the continuity of the product, mitigating disruptions and security risks while simultaneously enabling technological advancement.


What is Smart Transaction Technology SDK


The SDK streamlines dApp creation with Smart Transactions, supporting both the backend and frontend with tools for transactions, engagement, and tracking. It includes tailored packages for seamless development across various aspects.


The Platform package enables direct blockchain-smart contract interaction, establishing a solid development foundation. The Core Library contains essential components for constructing Smart Transactions from scratch, empowering developers with the fundamental building blocks they need. Simplifying the development process, the Plugins package offers a range of pre-built plugins that integrate seamlessly with the Core Library, streamlining functionality integration within dApps.


Additionally, the Builder library facilitates the production, organization, and compilation of Smart transactions in graph-based formats, simplifying the management of transactions. To provide a holistic experience, the Service package grants access to Kirobo’s One-Stop-Shop services, enabling direct publication of Smart Transaction and real-time retrieval of related information such as transaction status, fuel, assets, and more.


The SDK’s extensive features fully equip Smart Transaction Technology, simplifying sophisticated dApp creation for developers and boosting blockchain development efficiency and speed.


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Community and Support: Tap into a Wealth of Resources


Entering Web 3 development doesn’t have to be a solo journey. We provide a rich collection of resources including documentation, tutorials, and a vibrant developer community on Discord. Find support from our team or tap into our community’s collective wisdom, all eager to help.


Getting Started: Join Our Community


Ready to explore Web 3 development with Smart Transaction Technology? We invite you to join our Discord community and participate in beta testing. Discover how our SDK and Visual Builder revolutionize your development process and unveil new Web 3 opportunities.




The transition from Web 2 to Web 3 development need not be an uphill climb. Our Smart Transaction Technology, coupled with our Software Development Kit (SDK) and Visual Builder, empowers developers to make this transition with ease, effectively bridging the knowledge gap and fast-tracking development timelines. By eliminating the need for Solidity skills and smart contract audits, we offer a streamlined, efficient approach to Web 3 development.


Why is this important? The power of Web 3 is the future of online interactions, and with our tools, we are making this future accessible to a broader audience of developers. The difference this makes is not only in the development process but also in the resulting applications and their potential impact on the decentralized web.

If you’re interested in diving deeper into this topic, check out our detailed blog post on “Dive into Smart Transaction Technology