Kima Use Cases for Developers

Kima Use Cases for Developers

As a developer, what can you build with Kima? In order to onboard more users to Web3, we need to simplify the user experience, which means helping them avoid complicated procedures on bridging applications that may or may not be safe to use.

Integrating with Kima's SDK or front-end widget removes the need for your users to leave your dApp and enables them to effortlessly switch funds between networks with the click of a button.

You could think about using Kima for:

Decentralized Exchanges (DEX)

A quick glance at DeFi Llama shows that Ethereum's share of TVL is dropping as DEXs choose to deploy on different networks. Allowing users to bridge funds via a plugin on your own website provides them with a seamless user experience, whichever chain they want to use.

eCommerce and Gaming

In-game payments can slow down the user experience and add unwanted friction. If your users also have to bridge their funds between chains, this can introduce frustration and boredom that may lead to them abandoning your game completely. Kima's smooth, intuitive transactions will mean your users barely notice them.

Similarly, buyers on eCommerce sites are more likely to proceed through the sales funnel if their experience is not impeded by having to visit a separate bridging application.

NFT Marketplace

NFT collectors are no longer limited to one or two chains, and some of the coolest up-and-coming collections can be found on minority chains where fees are cheaper and transactions are faster. Make your marketplace effortlessly multi-chain by integrating Kima.


Wallet developers looking for an easy, intuitive way for their users to swap assets in-wallet need to look no further than Kima.

Essentially, as the number of networks within the thriving Web3 ecosystem expands, the need for sending value securely and quickly from one chain to another has become a pressing need.

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