The Interledger community calls shall be once a month, on the second Wednesday of the month.
We’ll have 5 regular update slots from:
- Interledger Foundation
- Open Payments teams
with additional slots open for anyone that would like to share their project or a discussion item for the broader community.
The next community call will be on 2022-07-13T15:00:00Z → 2022-07-13T16:00:00Z
Meet joining info
Video call link: https://meet.google.com/pzs-iwrv-jny
Or dial: (GB) +44 20 3956 1581 PIN: 476 812 309#
More phone numbers: https://tel.meet/pzs-iwrv-jny?pin=2824719901292
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Please post topics you’d like to discuss here and some background context for the rest of the community.
We have slots for more regular updates on projects that build on the Interledger protocol, so please feel free to add your project to the agenda, and talk a little bit about your project in the comments below.
Have questions or need help? Join us on Slack here.
Here are notes and recordings from the ILP Community Call:
= ILF Updates =
We’re excited to announce we’re bringing back the Interledger (ILP) Summit in New Orleans, LA, on November 12-13, 2022.
At the #ILPSummit2022, meet industry leaders, participate in engaging sessions, and enjoy all The Big Easy has to offer!
Read more & join the waitlist here
ILP Summit Travel Grant to attend the ILP Summit
ILP Summit Speaker CFP live
Financial Services CFP- 30 Applications are up for review and sent to the Judge’s panel.
5-6 weeks for the review
Mid-August successful applicants shall be notified- Grantee announcements kick-off Mid-September
The research phase of grantees will be eligible for the next two phases of the grant applications.
= Coil updates =
= Rafiki Updates =
- Open Payments integration with the auth server
- Milestones, issues, and weekly calls are now open to the community.
- Front-end work in progress
- Rafael from Coil helping with infrastructure and fixing docker builds
- Work ongoing on the key registry- Sandboxing Environment
= Open Payments =
= Fynbos update =
- Two new joiners to the team- Goal is to have an MVP up and running in 6 weeks for the registry- In-person sprint 2-week sprint in Berlin in August- Have the whole directory under Interledger GitHub- Whitelist the Open Payments Network directory URLs - work on the vision of decentralization
= Community projects =
- Jaskaran Kambo - working on implementing Interledger protocol for their platform - Demo in next community call
- Marc Zuze - working on a platform on the XRPL called Sonar Muse which is an NFT music store and streaming platform. Sonar Muse is using Interledger and Coil to build the streaming platform and payout the artists involved in a song to their payment pointer, for every stream by a user with a Coil account.
Have questions or need help? Join us on Slack here: Join interledger on Slack - Community Inviter
Recordings are available on:
Subscriptions, as you know them, aren’t part of Rafiki anymore. We have evolved Subscriptions and Mandates into the new Grants feature. It’s a much more flexible way to ask for access to portions of an account (like getting a certain amount of money every month, i.e. a subscription). Grants are being developed right now, and the first wallet to deploy the feature will probably be Fynbos. @adrianhopebailie has a better timeline for when that happens, but we’re working under the assumption it’s a matter of weeks for a closed beta release.
If you’d like to join the Rafiki meetings every week, the Google Meet link in the Rafiki GitHub repo is the way to go.
Thanks a lot for that information.
Fynbos sounds very interesting. Glad they are working on a good wallet supporting rafiki natively.
Grants seems to be a good innovation as it also is much more native to how people experience subscriptions, so an account being charged and it automatically being pulled in from bank or credit card, instead of loading up an account and then “sending” it somewhere.
Does Coil not have immediate plans to add “subscriptions”/Grants?
I am interested to join the Beta.
We want to use it for Memex Spaces to extend our already existing prototypical webmonetizsation API. Use case is that people who curate and annotate content into Spaces can then charge Substack like subscriptions from followers.
My ideal workflow would be supported by us integrating a white-label wallet provider that handles
- Users getting a payment pointer under the hood
- Users can use their credit card information to save a payment option that automatically charges them (once per month) for all their subscriptions and fees
- Users can pay for their subs and fees with income to the wallet
- Our Memex subscriptions fees can be charged via that wallet too.
This may not all be feasible short or mid-term though.
Noting this down for documentation reasons and user research info for you.
Is that openpayments.guide project used in Fynbos?
Looks like they already provide some white labelling?