Conceptualized in 2013 by Vitalik Buterin and launched in 2015 as a more flexible alternative to Bitcoin, Ethereum is currently the most used blockchain in the world. The native token of Ethereum, ether (ETH) is the second largest cryptocurrency behind bitcoin (BTC)
Ethereum is home to the vast majority of Decentralized Finance (DeFi) - a parallel, decentralized financial system built on blockchains.
Zabo supports linking to both ether (BTC) held on custodial exchanges and inside self-custody wallets, which includes support for extended public key (xPub) wallets such as Trezor or Ledger.
When you use Zabo to integrate with Ethereum, instead of building a custom, one-off integration that only works with Ethereum, your developers can learn just Zabo’s API and a handful of simple calls.
Once Zabo is implemented, you’ll also get access to Zabo’s entire library of other connections, which can be accessed without any changes to your codebase. Every connection and every data type comes back in the exact same format, which will save you huge amounts of time and engineering resources.