Bongani  Ngema

Bongani Ngema


Simple Ecommerce Cart Application Built with Typescript and React

🛍️ Simple ecommerce cart application 

This simple shopping cart prototype shows how React with Typescript, React hooks, react Context and Styled Components can be used to build a friendly user experience with instant visual updates and scaleable code in ecommerce applications.


  • Add and remove products from the floating cart using Context Api
  • Filter products by available sizes using Context Api
  • Responsive design



  • Node.js
  • NPM

/* First, Install the needed packages */
npm install

/* Then start the React app */
npm start

/* To run the tests */
npm run test

Basic Overview - Live Demo

Download Details:

Author: jeffersonRibeiro
Source Code: 
License: MIT License (MIT)

#firebase #react #ecommerce #typescript #javascript 

Simple Ecommerce Cart Application Built with Typescript and React
Hermann  Frami

Hermann Frami


A Clean, Responsive Storefront Boilerplate with No Database Or Backend


simpleStore is a clean, responsive storefront boilerplate with no database you can setup in minutes. simpleStore is built on simpleCart.js and Skeleton CSS Framework for a lightweight, fast, simple to use, and completely customizable experience.

simpleStore Screenshot simpleStore Cart Screenshot simpleStore Detail Screenshot


  • No Databases, all client-side (just simple HTML, CSS & Javascript)
  • Lightweight & Fast
  • Tax Rate Calculations
  • Unlimited product attributes
  • Shipping
  • Multiple Currencies
  • Payment Gateways (Paypal, Google Checkout, Amazon Payments)
  • For more features check out simpleCart.js


  • Google Sheets (Control products from a Google Sheet instead of JSON file)


You can see a working demo here


Install with Bower

bower install

or manually install using the latest release


1.Make sure simpleStore is on a web server (any type will do as long as it can serve static web pages).

2.Configure your payment options in js/config.js.

checkout: {
    type: "PayPal" ,
    email: ""

3.Edit the js/config.js to your liking.

4.Add additional products in the products.json file.

Using Plugins

To use a plugin, add a reference just before your config.js file

<script src="plugins/google-sheets.js"></script>
<script src="js/config.js"></script>

HTML Version

If you are looking for something more basic, check out the HTML version on this branch. The HTML version uses plain HTML to build the store instead of a JSON file.

Add additional products using the <div class="simpleCart_shelfItem"></div> tags.

Credit where credit is due

For further documentation on expanding/tweaking simpleStore, check out the framework/plugin pages.

A note about JavaScript shopping carts

ALL JavaScript shopping carts are NOT fullproof. Because simpleStore is fully client-side, some users may attempt to alter prices before checkout. SimpleStore does the best it can to minimize this kind of activity. Make sure to monitor your sales. Just like in real life, if someone walks into your store and changes the price tag, you will certainly not honor those changes.


All forms of contribution are welcome: bug reports, bug fixes, pull requests and simple suggestions. If you do wish to contribute, please follow the Airbnb Javascript Style Guide Thanks!

List of contributors

You can find the list of contributors here.


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Download Details:

Author: Chrisdiana
Source Code: 
License: MIT license

#serverless #javascript #ecommerce #store 

A Clean, Responsive Storefront Boilerplate with No Database Or Backend
Lawrence  Lesch

Lawrence Lesch


Simple Ecommerce Cart Application Built with Typescript and React

🛍️ Simple ecommerce cart application 

This simple shopping cart prototype shows how React with Typescript, React hooks, react Context and Styled Components can be used to build a friendly user experience with instant visual updates and scaleable code in ecommerce applications.


  • Add and remove products from the floating cart using Context Api
  • Filter products by available sizes using Context Api
  • Responsive design




  • Node.js
  • NPM

/* First, Install the needed packages */
npm install

/* Then start the React app */
npm start

/* To run the tests */
npm run test

Basic Overview - Live Demo

✈️ Follow Jeremy Akeze

Download Details:

Author: jeffersonRibeiro
Source Code: 
License: MIT License

#typescript #react #javascript #ecommerce #firebase 

Simple Ecommerce Cart Application Built with Typescript and React
Hermann  Frami

Hermann Frami


Demo Store with Commerce.js and Next.js

Demo Store with Commerce.js and Next.js 🛍️💳

A high-fidelity fully-fledged eCommerce demo store built using the Commerce.js SDK and Next.js with live deployment to Netlify.



This README will guide you in getting up and running with a fully-fledged eCommerce template. We have configured this template for you to one-click deploy directly to Netlify. Alternatively, you can manually deploy to your choice of hosting platform.

For a full detailed tutorial on building this JAMstack eCommerce application, please head on over here.


  • IDE or code editor of your choice
  • Node (v8.2.0 or higher)
  • NPM or Yarn
  • Chec CLI yarn global add @chec/cli


Create a Chec account.

Now that you’ve installed Chec CLI globally, you will be able to access the list of chec [COMMANDS], one of which is registering for a Chec account. Let’s go ahead and get that set up!

# Open the Chec registration page in your browser
chec register

Follow the rest of the walk-through to set up your merchant details. Alternatively, you can go here to register for a Chec account.

One-click Deploy with Netlify (recommended)

The one-click deploy allows you to connect Netlify to your GitHub account to clone the commercejs-nextjs-demo-store repository and deploy it automatically. Be sure to go to Netlify and sign up for an account before clicking the deploy button.

Deploy to Netlify button

By clicking the above button, you will be navigated to the Netlify’s direct deploy page with the project’s repository passed as parameters in the url. Click the Connect to GitHub button, name your repository and enter in this public key in the Chec Public Key input. Please note that for the purpose of getting you up and running with a live deploy preview of the demo store, we provided you with the Public Key from our demo merchant account. Now, save & deploy your site.

Please note the initial build will fail if you enter in your public key instead of the provided demo merchant key. The one-click deploy is meant for presentation purposes to spin up a quick deploy. Using your merchant account would mean you would need to have the appropriate data such as multiple assets and categories associated with your products. If you would like to use your merchant account, please follow the manual setup steps below.

Manual setup and Netlify deployment

Manual setup involves cloning the repo into your local environment, seeding the provided sample data into your Chec account and deploying to Netlify.

STEP 1. Clone the repo and install dependencies

# Clone the repository locally, optionally rename the repo, change into the directory
git clone chec-store 
# Change into the directory and install dependencies
cd chec-store && yarn

STEP 2. Set up your environment variables

Replace the sample .env.example dotenv file at the root of the project to store your Chec public_key as well as your secret_key.

# Copy from source file to destination file .env
cp .env.example .env

You can access your API key under in your Chec dashboard setup, then navigate to the Develop tab to copy your Public Key and Secret Key. Replace the provided NEXT_PUBLIC_CHEC_PUBLIC_KEY with your own and fill in your CHEC_SECRET_KEY in the .env file. The secret key is necessary for the seed script to have the proper permission to seed the sample data in /seeds into your Chec account. Remove the secret key once the data is seeded.

# .env

# Fill in your public key and secret key
# Secret key is used with chec/seeder to access your Chec account to seed it with sample data

This file is meant to not be committed to source control and also will be hidden in file browsers.

STEP 3. Seed the data necessary to power your Chec store and start your development environment (necessary for initial setup).

# Seed data in /seeds into your Chec account
yarn seed
# Run your development environment on http://localhost:3000
yarn dev

Now head on over to http://localhost:3000 after starting your development, your site should now be populated with the sample data!

If you are replacing the sample products or categories, you can customize your own categories images under `public/images/collection. See more info on data customization below.

STEP 5. Make any necessary changes you need and push the code to a repository on Github or your choice of platform.

STEP 6. Deploy your site

Be sure to sign up for a Netlify account and log in to it. Click the New site from Git button and give access to select your repo. Your build settings are automatically filled out for your from the netlify.toml in the template. To enter your environment variables, click Show advanced then New variable and fill in the key input as NEXT_PUBLIC_CHEC_PUBLIC_KEY and the value input with your Public Key. You can access your API key in your Chec dashboard under Setup, then navigate to the Developer tab to copy your Public Key

Now go ahead and click the "deploy site" to see your live site!

Setup using Chec CLI demo-store command

This command will download this example project from GitHub and initialise it on your machine. You will be free to edit the downloaded code and play around with Commerce.js afterwards.

STEP 1. Install the Chec CLI

npm install -g @chec/cli
# or
yarn add -g @chec/cli

STEP 2. Create a demo store

chec demo-store

When prompted to choose a demo store from the list, choose "commercejs-nextjs-demo-store". This command will also seed some sample data to your Chec account. For more information, see the Chec CLI documentation.

Caveats with data customization (IMPORTANT)

Because this project is a fully fledged storefront showcasing a custom design and user flow, there are certain caveats you will run into if you customize your data in the Chec Dashboard. One gotcha is with the categories data in the UI: The categories feature images are added in the Chec API as meta data. If you add new or edit the seeded sample categories data, you can customize the categories feature image by replacing your image assets under public/images/collection. The file names will need to remain the same. If you plan on changing the files names or add new categories, you'll need to add new meta data. The app will expect the below inventory setup in order to build and render the components, so if you'd like to customize with your inventory in the backend make sure you:

🥞 Stack

Commerce.js features

This demo store uses a range of features provided by Commerce.js and powered by the Chec Dashboard.


The shopping cart uses the Commerce.js cart API. Carts are persisted for up to 30 days, and Commerce.js automatically remembers carts for visitors.

The checkout

Commerce.js provides many tools to streamline checkout implementations. The checkout in this demo store makes use of:

  • Commerce.js's country and region APIs,
  • the shipping methods API, and
  • the discounts API (for validating and applying discounts at the checkout).


Commerce.js provides inbuilt functionality for supporting customer logins without any server side code. This demo store features an existing customer login page, and provides detail about previous orders. The customer information is also used to pre-populate the checkout with known customer details.

Payment gateways

This demo store is configured with the Chec "test gateway" out of the box, which provides a handy payment option while testing your storefront. Additionally, Stripe Elements support is included if Stripe is configured on the Chec Dashboard.

Commerce.js <> Stripe integration documentation

Enabling Stripe

You must enable Stripe in the Chec Dashboard by following the instructions provided. You may add your sandbox keys for Stripe, and use a sandbox Chec public API key to test with Stripe. Both the Chec public API key, and the Stripe "publishable" key are configured in the .env file. See step two of "Manual setup and Netlify deployment"

Customization and Extendability

Fork this project to customize and extend the demo however you want. Here are some ideas of what you can do and directions you can take eCommerce.

  • Add shipping zones and enable shipping options in each product
  • Customizing the styling
    • All global styles are done using SASS and Bootstrap
  • A/B testing checkout designs and flows
  • Integrating other backend tools like Content Management Systems, Customer Support, Fulfillment services, and more
  • Fetching real client reviews from review APIs
  • Adding search functionality
  • Leveraging webhooks to automate post checkout actions

Chec see live demo button

Download Details:

Author: Chec
Source Code: 
License: BSD-3-Clause license

#serverless #nextjs #opensource #ecommerce 

Demo Store with Commerce.js and Next.js
Mariya James

Mariya James


The eCommerce Manufacturing Revolution: How Ecommerce Is Transforming

The manufacturing industry is undergoing a massive shift thanks to the eCommerce revolution. Companies that want to remain competitive in today's market are turning to eCommerce app development companies to help them create custom-built eCommerce apps to manage their operations more efficiently. 

Hire eCommerce app developers to help your business stay up-to-date with the latest eCommerce trends and technologies, and gain an edge over the competition. In this blog post, we will explore how eCommerce is transforming the manufacturing industry and the advantages that come with it.

Offer Your Customers A Personalized Catalog

Customers expect manufacturers to provide personalized products and services in today's digital era. A great way to achieve this is through a personalized catalog. A personalized catalog allows manufacturers to showcase their products in a tailored manner based on the customer's preferences. 

Using eCommerce app development services, you can create a customized product catalog to ensure that the right products reach the right customer. 

Your customers can customize their product selection by sorting through the available options and selecting only what they need. This will help them find exactly what they are looking for and ensure that your products are showcased in the best possible way. 

Implementing a personalized product catalog will offer your customers more convenience and enhance their overall shopping experience. This will improve customer satisfaction and business results in the long run.

Enable Customers To Configure Products Online

In the era of ecommerce, customers expect convenience and personalization. To meet their needs, you must offer them the ability to configure products online. This means that customers can customize their orders to their exact specifications. 

Thanks to eCommerce app development services, you can create a user-friendly platform that allows customers to customize products and add different components. By offering this service, customers can select the size, color, and other features of the product that are most important to them. 

Moreover, customers may find it more convenient to have the ability to configure products online rather than having to contact customer service or visit a brick-and-mortar store. This way, they don't have to wait for an answer or travel to pick up the product. 

Having the option to customize products can be a great way to increase sales as it provides customers with a personal experience and makes them feel appreciated. Additionally, it can help you save costs associated with manual labor as customers can configure products by themselves. 

In conclusion, enabling customers to configure products online is essential if you want to provide an enhanced user experience and stay ahead of the competition in the eCommerce world. The right eCommerce app development services can help you create a smooth platform for product customization, allowing your customers to get what they need hassle-free.

Also Read: A Comprehensive Guide To Create An Ecommerce App From Scratch

Sell Your Complete Assortment Virtually

You can use eCommerce app development services as an online manufacturer to take your business to the next level. With these services, you can create a custom online store with all your products available for customers to view and purchase. 

You can have customers build personalized catalogs of products, making it easier for them to find what they need quickly and easily. Additionally, by providing a virtual storefront, you can ensure that customers have access to your entire assortment at all times, no matter where they are located. 

This allows them to get what they need immediately, even if they need a brick-and-mortar location nearby. With these services, you can quickly increase your sales and grow your business by allowing customers to shop for their favorite products from the comfort of their homes.

Ensure Visibility For Spare Parts


Having visibility into available spare parts is essential for any manufacturer. With the right eCommerce app development services, you can make sure that customers can easily find and order any part they need. This will help ensure that your products are always running in peak condition and that customers can get the parts they need when they need them. 

Include a simple-to-use search feature in your app to make it easy for customers to locate the right spare part. You can also provide detailed information about each part to ensure customers are ordering the correct item. 

Having spare parts available on your app is also beneficial for customers needing access to a physical store. This helps provide a complete experience for all customers, regardless of their location. 

With the right eCommerce app development services, you can ensure that customers have access to all the spare parts they need promptly. This will help you maximize customer satisfaction and keep your business running smoothly.

Summing Up!

As the manufacturing industry continues to evolve, businesses must keep up with the times. Ecommerce is an essential part of this transformation, as it allows manufacturers to provide customers with a personalized catalog, configure products online, and virtually sell their complete product assortment. 

To stay ahead of the competition, companies should use eCommerce app development services to ensure visibility for spare parts. By leveraging eCommerce tools, manufacturers can take advantage of the benefits associated with digital transformation and create a more efficient and cost-effective business model. 

With the help of eCommerce app development services, manufacturers can keep up with the ever-changing industry and remain competitive in the modern marketplace.

Read the complete blog here:

#HireeCommerceappdevelopers #eCommerceappdevelopmentcompany #eCommercedevelopmentcompanyinindia #eCommercedevelopmentservicesininida #ecommerce 

The eCommerce Manufacturing Revolution: How Ecommerce Is Transforming
Desmond  Gerber

Desmond Gerber


How to Use Medusa to Build Customizable & Flexible Ecommerce Solutions

This article introduces Medusa, an open-source, developer-focused alternative to Shopify that allows for customization and scaling as needed.

Shopify is an ecommerce platform that provides merchants with an easy and quick way to set up their online store. It’s a popular choice among businesses who don’t want the technical complexity of other platforms when creating their online store.

However, it’s well known that Shopify has limits to its scalability and that trying to build more custom logic into it can be a dreadful experience for developers.

Medusa is an open-source Shopify alternative that was built to solve some of these scaling problems.

Out of the box, Medusa provides similar core ecommerce functionalities as Shopify, but its open and composable architecture allows for more flexibility and a better developer flow when building custom logic or integration with third-party services.

This article covers Medusa’s advantages over Shopify and how to get started using Medusa.

Medusa’s Advantages

Let’s take a closer look at what Medusa offers to developers.

A developer-focused platform

Medusa is built for developers, and its main focus is providing a great developer experience. It’s built with abstraction layers that make it highly extendible if any customization is needed.

Adding integrations is also hassle free due to its headless and abstract architecture. Developers don’t need to worry about using workarounds to make the platform work with other services and tools. They can extend the existing abstract layers to create any integration.

As a developer-focused Shopify alternative, Medusa provides detailed documentation that’s constantly being improved to allow developers to build their ecommerce platform following simple steps.

Medusa’s headless architecture

Medusa's architecture

Headless is the concept of decoupling the frontend from the backend. For the backend, this means that it’s free from the shackles of any presentation layer. The backend is only responsible for handling the data and logic of the system.

The backend exposes a set of APIs that allows any frontend or presentation layer to interact with it.

This decoupling gives developers the freedom to choose which language or framework to use for the frontend. Developers can use Jamstack frameworks like Gatsby and Next.js. They can also integrate different types of channels such as mobile apps or marketplaces.

Medusa is composed of three components: the headless server, the storefront, and the admin panel. Although Medusa provides two starter storefronts — one built with Next.js and another with Gatsby, and an intuitively-designed admin panel — developers have the full freedom to build these components with any other frameworks from scratch. All they need to do is interact with the REST APIs.

This allows the developers working on the frontend to focus their efforts on providing a unique and good user experience without the storefront being tightly knit to the backend.

An open-source Shopify alternative

A big disadvantage of proprietary solutions is that you’ll never have full ownership of your tech stack. No matter how many customization capabilities you’re given, you’ll always be limited in your choices of functionalities or tools.

An open-source solution like Medusa, on the other hand, allows you to have full ownership of your tech stack. You can use Medusa as is for your ecommerce store, but you can also completely customize the core and adapt it to any specific need.

This flexibility guarantees that businesses can have a platform that completely caters to their use case. Additionally, their platform can grow with their business needs with time.

Whether they need to add more features and customizations in the future or ensure that the platform can scale with them over time, this can be done with Medusa with no limitations.

Flexibility for developers and merchants

The flexibility that the advantages above lead to means that both developers and merchants have full freedom in their choice of services and tools to use within their Medusa ecommerce platform.

For example, for rich CMS functionalities, merchants can choose to integrate Strapi, Contentful, or any other service they want.

There are no restrictions on what tools or services can be used. This is even more important when choosing local payment and fulfillment providers.

All integrations are accomplished through plugins. You can either choose from ready-made plugins or create your own.

Plugins are installed on your Medusa server in a plug-and-play manner. They run within the same process as the Medusa server, so you don’t need to allocate extra server space or infrastructure.

Advanced Ecommerce Features

Putting aside all technical advantages, Medusa also comes with many advanced ecommerce features out of the box, including the following.

Multi-currency support

A big problem that Shopify businesses run into is supporting multiple currencies in their store. This feature requires special conditions depending on what country you operate in or what plan you have.

However, even with this feature enabled, it still doesn’t provide businesses with the flexibility to format and set pricing per product.

The lack of availability of this feature and its limitations lead businesses to set up and manage multiple stores for each currency. This causes a lot of extra manual work and human errors.

Medusa, on the other hand, provides multi-region support out of the box, and without limitations. You can add as many regions as you want, specify the currency for these regions, and manage the pricing of each product for each currency individually all from the same admin dashboard.

Multiple prices for each currency for a product

This eliminates the need for the extra manual work that comes with managing multiple stores and prevents human errors that occur with it.

Automated RMA (return merchandise authorization) flows

According to statistics by UPS, 73% of shoppers say their return experience affects whether they purchase again from the retailer in the future or not. So, it’s essential to provide your ecommerce store with an easy and hassle-free return experience.

Medusa provides fully automated return, swap and claim processes that can easily be handled from the Admin dashboard — starting from the customer’s request to return the items from the storefront to the items being marked as returned.

Items can also be swapped or exchanged in the same manner. This will also be automatically reflected on the integrated accounting systems and can all be managed easily from the admin dashboard.

Promotions APIs and gift cards

Discounts in Medusa

Medusa provides an advanced Promotions API with many customization capabilities. Merchants have the standard use cases from this promotions API that you’d find on all platforms — such as setting free shipping discounts, fixed-amount discounts, or discount percentages.

Additionally, merchants can specify discounts specific to customer groups, products, number of redemptions, and much more conditions.

Furthermore, gift cards can easily be added and managed into Medusa through the admin dashboard, and they’re handled differently from other products on purchase. Gift cards also have their own advanced conditions and customizable settings that can be specified from the admin dashboard.

Multi-vendor support

There’s a growing need for platforms that enable the creation of online marketplace ecommerce platforms. Medusa’s extensibility makes it a great platform to create your online marketplace.

A community plugin called Medusa Extender makes this even easier to achieve. This plugin gives you even more customization capabilities to fully extend the core and modify it for a marketplace use case.

Medusa also has a tutorial series that introduces the basics of creating a marketplace — including linking different entities like users and products to stores, managing orders per store and globally, and managing users within their store and their permissions.

Other features

Medusa comes with many APIs and ecommerce features that provide developers and merchants with advanced functionalities.

The Tax API, apart from the settings it provides out of the box, is implemented with abstraction to allow integrating third-party services and tools to handle advanced taxes.

Taxes in Medusa

The PriceList API provides many pricing conditions for products related to discounts, customer groups, and more.

Price list in Medusa

All these settings and functionalities available in the headless server can be easily managed from the intuitive admin dashboard built with Gatsby.

Medusa is also working on more features such as bulk import and export of products, sales channels, multi-warehouse support, and more.

Community and support

As a developer-focused platform and as an open-source solution, Medusa is focused on working closely with the community and providing any support needed.

Developers can join Medusa’s community on Discord, where they can join in discussions, showcase their work with Medusa, and get help whenever they run into trouble while using Medusa.

Developers can get help from the community and from the core Medusa team almost instantly. All they have to do is ask a question on the #need-help channel and someone will guide them through the solution — often within a few hours.

Developers can also report bugs, contribute to Medusa, and join discussions on the GitHub repository.

How to Get Started with Medusa

This section gives a general overview of how to install a Medusa server, the Medusa admin, and the Gatsby Storefront.


To use Medusa, you need Node.js with at least version 14 installed.

How to set up a Medusa server

Start by installing the Medusa CLI tool:

npm install -g @medusajs/medusa-cli

Then, run the following command to create a new Medusa server:

medusa new my-medusa-store --seed

This installs the Medusa server in the my-medusa-store directory, which is also created. The --seed option creates and seeds an SQLite database in the my-medusa-store directory.

Finally, change to the directory of the Medusa server and start the server:

cd my-medusa-store
medusa develop

The server runs on port 9000 by default. You can test it out using the REST APIs, or you can follow along with the rest of this section and see it in action when connected to the Medusa admin and storefront.

It’s also recommended that you install a storage plugin to handle storing product images. You can use either MinIO, S3, or DigitalOcean Spaces.

How to install the Medusa admin

In a separate directory, run the following command to clone the Admin GitHub repository and change to the newly created directory:

git clone medusa-admin
cd medusa-admin

Then, install the dependencies with npm:

npm install

Finally, make sure that the Medusa server is still running and start the Medusa admin server:

npm start

The admin typically runs on localhost:7000. Open it in your browser and you should see a login screen.

Admin Login

To log in, you can use the demo user credentials with the email and password supersecret.

On the admin dashboard, you can add products, manage orders, manage store configurations, and much more.

Admin Dashboard

How to install the Gatsby Storefront

Install the Gatsby CLI if you don’t have it installed:

npm install gatsby-cli -g

Then, in a different directory than the previous ones, run the following command to install the Gatsby storefront:

gatsby new my-medusa-storefront

Then, change to the newly created directory and rename .env.template to .env.development:

cd my-medusa-storefront
mv .env.template .env.development

Finally, while the Medusa server is still running, start the Gatsby server:

npm start

The storefront runs on port localhost:8000 by default. Open that in your browser. You should see some demo products from the Medusa server. You can add those products to your cart, go through the checkout process and place an order. You can also create an account and check out customer profile features.

Gatsby Storefront

Next Steps

That’s it for this introduction to Medusa, a viable Shopify alternative for developers looking for more freedom and flexibility in setting up an ecommerce store.

After setting up your Medusa server, admin, and storefront, you can explore more of what you can do with Medusa, including:

Should you have any issues or questions related to Medusa, feel free to reach out to the Medusa team via Discord.

Original article source at:

#medusa #ecommerce 

How to Use Medusa to Build Customizable & Flexible Ecommerce Solutions

How Much Does It Cost to Develop a Wayfair Like App in 2023?

Many of our users are familiar with Wayfair's furniture buying app.

But do you know how to create an ecommerce app like to Wayfair and what technologies are used?

Read on to learn how to create a furniture ecommerce app like to Wayfair, including important features and development costs.

#wayfair #ecommerce #furnitureapp #furniturebuy #appdevelopment #mobileapp #mobileappdevelopment #hireappdeveloper #hiremobileappdeveloper

How Much Does It Cost to Develop a Wayfair Like App in 2023?
Lawrence  Lesch

Lawrence Lesch


Vendure: A Headless GraphQL Ecommerce Framework for The Modern Web


A headless GraphQL ecommerce framework built on Node.js with Nest & TypeScript, with a focus on developer productivity and ease of customization.


This project is a monorepo managed with Lerna. Several npm packages are published from this repo, which can be found in the packages/ directory.

├── docs/           # Documentation source
├── e2e-common/     # Shared config for package e2e tests
├── packages/       # Source for the Vendure server, admin-ui & plugin packages
├── scripts/
    ├── changelog/  # Scripts used to generate the changelog based on the git history
    ├── codegen/    # Scripts used to generate TypeScript code from the GraphQL APIs
    ├── docs/       # Scripts used to generate documentation markdown from the source


The following instructions are for those who want to develop the Vendure core framework or plugins (e.g. if you intend to make a pull request). For instructions on how to build a project using Vendure, please see the Getting Started guide.

1. Install top-level dependencies


The root directory has a package.json which contains build-related dependencies for tasks including:

  • Building & deploying the docs
  • Generating TypeScript types from the GraphQL schema
  • Linting, formatting & testing tasks to run on git commit & push

2. Bootstrap the packages

yarn bootstrap

This runs the Lerna "bootstrap" command, which cross-links monorepo dependencies.

3. Build all packages

yarn build

Packages must be built (i.e. TypeScript compiled, admin ui app built, certain assets copied etc.) before being used.

Note that this can take a few minutes.

4. Set up the server

The server requires an SQL database to be available. The simplest option is to use SQLite, but if you have Docker available you can use the dev-server docker-compose file which will start up both MariaDB and Postgres as well as their GUI management tools.

Vendure uses TypeORM, and officially supports MySQL, PostgreSQL and SQLite, though other TypeORM-supported databases may work.

  1. Configure the dev config, making sure the connection settings in the getDbConfig() function are correct for the database type you will be using.
  2. Create the database using your DB admin tool of choice (e.g. phpMyAdmin if you are using the docker image suggested above). Name it according to the getDbConfig() settings. If you are using SQLite, you can skip this step.
  3. Populate mock data:
 cd packages/dev-server
 DB=<mysql|postgres|sqlite> yarn populate

If you do not specify the DB variable, it will default to "mysql".

5. Run the dev server

cd packages/dev-server
DB=<mysql|postgres|sqlite> yarn start

Or if you are in the root package

DB=<mysql|postgres|sqlite> yarn dev-server:start

If you do not specify the DB argument, it will default to "mysql".

Testing admin ui changes locally

If you are making changes to the admin ui, you need to start the admin ui independent from the dev-server:

  1. cd packages/admin-ui
  2. yarn start
  3. Go to http://localhost:4200 and log in with "superadmin", "superadmin"

This will auto restart when you make changes to the admin ui. You don't need this step when you just use the admin ui just to test backend changes.

Testing your changes locally

This example shows how to test changes to the payments-plugin package locally, but it will also work for other packages.

  1. Open 2 terminal windows:
  • Terminal 1 for watching and compiling the changes of the package you are developing
  • Terminal 2 for running the dev-server
# Terminal 1
cd packages/payments-plugin
yarn watch

:warning: If you are developing changes for the corepackage, you also need to watch the common package:

# Terminal 1
# Root of the project
yarn watch:core-common
  1. After the changes in your package are compiled you have to stop and restart the dev-server:
# Terminal 2
cd packages/dev-server
DB=sqlite yarn start
  1. The dev-server will now have your local changes from the changed package.

:information_source: Lerna links to the dist folder of the packages, so you don't need to rerun 'yarn bootstrap'

Code generation

graphql-code-generator is used to automatically create TypeScript interfaces for all GraphQL server operations and admin ui queries. These generated interfaces are used in both the admin ui and the server.

Running yarn codegen will generate the following files:


Server Unit Tests

The core and several other packages have unit tests which are can be run all together by running yarn test from the root directory, or individually by running it from the package directory.

Unit tests are co-located with the files which they test, and have the suffix .spec.ts.

End-to-end Tests

Certain packages have e2e tests, which are located at /packages/<name>/e2e/. All e2e tests can be run by running yarn e2e from the root directory, or individually by running it from the package directory.

e2e tests use the @vendure/testing package. For details of how the setup works, see the Testing docs

When debugging e2e tests, set an environment variable E2E_DEBUG=true which will increase the global Jest timeout and allow you to step through the e2e tests without the tests automatically failing due to timeout.

Release Process

All packages in this repo are released at every version change (using Lerna's fixed mode). This simplifies both the development (tracking multiple disparate versions is tough) and also the developer experience for users of the framework (it is simple to see that all packages are up-to-date and compatible).

To make a release:

1. yarn publish-release

It will run lerna publish which will prompt for which version to update to. Although we are using conventional commits, the version is not automatically being calculated from the commit messages. Therefore the next version should be manually selected.

Next it will build all packages to ensure the distributed files are up to date.

Finally the command will create changelog entries for this release.

2. git push origin master --follow-tags

The reason we do not rely on Lerna to push the release to Git is that this repo has a lengthy pre-push hook which runs all tests and builds the admin ui. This long wait then invalidates the npm OTP and the publish will fail. So the solution is to publish first and then push.

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Microweber: Drag and Drop Website Builder and CMS with E-commerce

Microweber: Drag-and-Drop CMS

Current version: 1.3 running on Laravel 8!

What is Microweber?

admin panel

Microweber is a Drag and Drop website builder and a powerful next generation CMS. It's based on the PHP Laravel Framework. You can use Microweber to make any kind of website, online store, and blog. The Drag and Drop technology allows you to build your website without any technical knowledge.

The core idea of the software is to let you create your own website, online shop or blog. From this moment of creation, your journey towards success begins. Supporting you along the way will be different modules, customizations and features of the CMS. Many of them are specifically tailored for e-commerce enthusiasts and bloggers.

The most important thing you need to know is that Microweber pairs the latest Drag & Drop technology, with a revolutionary Real-Time Text Writing & Editing feature. This pair of features delivers an improved user experience, easier and quicker content management, a visually appealing environment, and flexibility.

Core features of Microweber

Drag & Drop

Microweber implements Drag & Drop technology. This means that users can manage their content and arrange elements with just a click of the mouse, dragging and dropping them across the screen. Drag & Drop applies to all types of content: images, text fields, videos, and the various modules and customization options you have as a user. The default template “Dream” comes with more than 75+ prepared layouts that you can use via drag and drop.

Drag And Drop

Real Time Text Editing

Live Edit view is the manifestation of the Real-Time Text Writing & Editing core feature of Microweber CMS. Live Edit view changes your website’s interface in real time.

E-commerce solution

Powerful Admin Panel

You can add dynamic pages, posts, and products. All of these can be organized in custom categories in order to achieve a better navigation and showcase of a website's content. New pages can be created using different layouts. In addition, all pages, posts and products come with a number of preset layouts and modules to get users started. These modules can be changed and you can add your own custom set of modules in order to create the most suitable content for your needs.

Powerful Admin Panel

E-commerce Solution

The main focus of Microweber CMS is E-commerce. A rising number of people have grown fond of the idea of online entrepreneurship and we aspire to cover their needs. The software has some built-in features that will help online shop founders see their business grow and excel.

E-commerce Solution

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  • HTTP server
  • Database server
  • PHP >= 8.1
    • lib-xml must be enabled (with DOM support)
    • GD PHP extension
    • intl PHP extension
    • curl PHP extension
    • zip PHP extension
    • openssl PHP extension
    • bcmath PHP extension
    • fileinfo PHP extension
    • pdo_sqlite PHP extension
    • pdo_mysql PHP extension

HTTP Server


The mod_rewrite module must be enabled in your Apache configuration. Microweber creates the necessary .htaccess files during installation, including one with Deny All directive in each folder to ensure that there are no entry points other than index.php.


Add this location directive to your server configuration block. The root directive must point to the base folder of your Microweber website (which by default is where this readme is located).

server {
  location / {
    try_files $uri $uri/ /index.php$is_args$args;
  location ~ /(vendor|src|config|storage|.git|.env) {
   deny all;
   return 404;


You can easily import the .htaccess rewrite rules. Make sure you have enabled the URL Rewrite module for your website.


You have several choices for database engine: MySQL, SQLite, Microsoft SQL Server and PostgreSQL. For small websites we highly recommend SQLite. However, you can connect to more storage services (like MongoDB or Neo4j) and take advantage of the Laravel framework.

On the installation screen you can only choose from databases enabled in your PHP configuration. If you don't see your server of choice in the list you have to enable the corresponding PDO extension for your database server. An example for Microsoft SQL Server. PHP usually comes with PDO enabled by default but you might have to uncomment or add extension directives to your php.ini.


The fast way: Download and unzip.

Via Composer

Installing dependencies

You need to have Composer installed in order to download Microweber's dependencies.

You can clone and install Microweber with one command:

composer create-project microweber/microweber my_site dev-master --prefer-dist --no-dev

This will install Microweber in a folder named my_site.

Another way is to first clone the repository and then run composer install in the base directory.

File permissions

Make sure these folders, and everything inside, is writeable by the user executing the PHP scripts:

  • config/
  • storage/
  • userfiles/

Getting Started

See the online guides for developers.


We are looking for people who want to help us improve Microweber.

If you are a developer, submitting fixes is easy. Just fork the Microweber repository, make your changes, submit a pull request, and be sure all tests are passing.

Discord server

You can join our Discord server here.

Build Status

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Vue-storefront: The Open-source Frontend for any eCommerce


Lightning-Fast Frontend Platform for Headless Commerce

Vue Storefront is the most popular and most advanced Frontend Platform for eCommerce.


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The business challenges

Vue Storefront solves a set of key business challenges from the world of the shopping experience. Our goal is to provide the solution with:

  • ultrafast front-end for the store - with the PWA approach, we can now render the catalog of products within milliseconds;
  • endurance for traffic overloads on the store;
  • off-line shopping capabilities;
  • smooth shopping experience close to the user experience from the native mobile applications;
  • all-in-one front-end for desktop and mobile screens with no necessity for maintaining 3 or more applications for different touchpoints (web browser, Android, iOS, etc.).
  • rapid development without architecture limitations.

The headless architecture

Vue Storefront - Headless Architecture


If you like the ideas behind Vue Storefront and want to become a contributor - join our Discord server, check the list of the active issues or contact us directly via contributors(at)vuestorefront(dot)io.

If you have discovered a 🐜 or have feature suggestion, feel free to create an issue on Github.

Support us

Vue Storefront is and always will be Open Source, released under MIT Licence.

You can support us in various ways:

  • Contribute - this is how the Core Team is supporting the project!
  • Evangelize - tweet about us, take some speaking slot at a tech conference, etc.


Vue Storefront is a Community effort brought to You by our great Core Team and supported by the following companies.

See Vue Storefront partners directory

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Aimeos: THE Laravel ecommerce platform

Aimeos - THE Laravel ecommerce platform

Aimeos is THE professional, full-featured and high performance e-commerce platform! You can install it within 5 minutes and can adapt, extend, overwrite and customize anything to your needs.

Aimeos Laravel demo


Aimeos is a full-featured e-commerce package:

  • Multi vendor, multi channel and multi warehouse
  • From one to 1,000,000,000+ items
  • Extremly fast down to 20ms
  • For multi-tentant e-commerce SaaS solutions
  • Bundles, vouchers, virtual, configurable, custom and event products
  • Subscriptions with recurring payments
  • 100+ payment gateways
  • Full RTL support (frontend and backend)
  • Block/tier pricing out of the box
  • Extension for customer/group based prices
  • Discount and voucher support
  • Flexible basket rule system
  • Full-featured admin backend
  • Beautiful admin dashboard
  • Configurable product data sets
  • JSON REST API based on
  • Completly modular structure
  • Extremely configurable and extensible
  • Extension for market places with millions of vendors
  • Fully SEO optimized including rich snippets
  • Translated to 30+ languages
  • AI-based text translation
  • Optimized for smart phones and tablets
  • Secure and reviewed implementation
  • High quality source code

... and more Aimeos features

Check out the demos:

Package only

Want to integrate Aimeos into your existing application?

Use the Aimeos Laravel package directly!


The Aimeos shop distribution requires:

  • Linux/Unix, WAMP/XAMP or MacOS environment
  • PHP >= 7.3 (Aimeos 2021.10), PHP >= 8.0 (Aimeos 2022.04+)
  • MySQL >= 5.7.8, MariaDB >= 10.2.2
  • Web server (Apache, Nginx or integrated PHP web server for testing)

If required PHP extensions are missing, composer will tell you about the missing dependencies.

If you want to upgrade between major versions, please have a look into the upgrade guide!


To install the Aimeos shop application, you need composer 2.1+. On the CLI, execute this command for a complete installation including a working setup:

wget -O composer
php composer create-project aimeos/aimeos myshop

If you are still using PHP 7.3 or 7.4, install Aimeos 2021.10 instead:

wget -O composer
php composer create-project aimeos/aimeos:~2021.10 myshop

You will be asked for the parameters of your database and mail server as well as an e-mail and password used for creating the administration account.

In a local environment, you can use the integrated PHP web server to test your new Aimeos installation. Simply execute the following command to start the web server:

cd myshop
php artisan serve

Note: In an hosting environment, the document root of your virtual host must point to the /.../myshop/public/ directory and you have to change the APP_URL setting in your .env file to your domain without port, e.g.:



After the installation, you can test the Aimeos shop frontend by calling the URL of your VHost in your browser. If you use the integrated PHP web server, you should browse this URL:

Aimeos frontend


The Aimeos administration interface will be available at /admin in your VHost. When using the integrated PHP web server, call this URL:

Aimeos admin backend


Laravel and the Aimeos e-commerce package are extremely flexible and highly customizable. A lot of documentation for the Laravel framework and the Aimeos e-commerce framework exists. If you have questions about Aimeos, don't hesitate to ask in our Aimeos forum.

For more details about Aimeos Laravel integration, please have a look at its repository.


For shops which offers multiple languages, just add this line to your ./myshop/.env file:


Then, the language will be added to the routes automatically. You can set up the available languages in the "Locale > Locale" panel of the Aimeos admin backend.


To enable multi-vendor features, add this settings to the ./myshop/.env file:


If you want to allow vendors to register themselves as sellers, set this option in the ./myshop/.env file too:


By default, newly registered sellers have administrator privileges in the backend for their own site. For a more limited access to the backend, you can change the permission level to "editor" in the ./myshop/.env file:


You can change the permissions associated to "admin" or "editor" by adding your own version of the JQAdm resource configuration to the "admin" section of your ./config/shop.php file.


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Top 50 Business - Service Cryptocurrency Projects

In this article, you'll see Top 50 Business - Service Cryptocurrency Projects , date: 17/10/2022

LTO Network - LTO

LTO Network has established itself as Europe’s leading blockchain with strong real-world usage. It was founded on B2B enterprise solutions such as decentralized workflows, data & document verification and authentication. In 2021, LTO Network’s COBALT mainnet update expanded this solid base with the addition of Decentralized Identifiers (DID) and Verifiable Credentials (VC), putting LTO Network on the road of becoming a true layer-1 blockchain. In turn, Decentralized Identities and Verifiable Credentials are at the core of LTO Network’s newest focus; NFT2.0 technology, where people truly own and manage their NFTs in a decentralized way.

By utilizing its hybrid (2-layer) approach, LTO Network is natively GDPR compliant. This ensures easy compliance for companies around the world with ever-increasing privacy laws. Because of this, LTO Network enables developers and businesses to build Privacy Aware Decentralized Apps (PADA) and offers many unique opportunities for projects to explore.

Immediate plans for LTO Network include NFT2.0, decentralized identities/verifiable credentials driving KYC, expansions on already established projects and much more.

VeChain - VET

VeChain (VET) is a versatile enterprise-grade L1 smart contract platform.

VeChain aims to use distributed governance and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies to create an ecosystem which solves major data hurdles for multiple global industries from medical to energy, food & beverage to sustainability and SDG goals. By leveraging the power of trustless data, VeChain is building the digital backbone that will underpin the fourth industrial revolution, which demands real-time and trustless data sharing between many participants.

The platform uses two tokens, VET and VTHO, to manage and create value based on its VeChainThor public blockchain. VET generates VTHO and acts as the store of value and value transfer medium. VTHO is used to pay for GAS costs, separating the need to expend VET when writing data. This has the additional benefit of ensuring costs of using the network can be kept stable by tweaking certain variables such as the amount of VTHO required to service a transaction, or by increasing the VTHO geneation rate. Such actions first require all-stakeholder community votes.

VeChain has been able to demonstrate massively boosted efficiency, traceability and transparency across data trails, supply chains and within novel kinds of ecosystems, such as those in San Marino targeting UN SDGs, among others.

Klaytn - KLAY

Klaytn is a public blockchain focused on the metaverse, gamefi, and the creator economy. These business expansion activities are supported by the Klaytn Growth Fund, which aims to grow the ecosystem built on Klaytn. The fund is managed and disbursed by Klaytn Foundation, a Singapore-based non-profit organization established in August 2021.

To simplify building for the metaverse, Klaytn offers an end-to-end metaverse package that includes customized L2 solutions, SDKs and smart contract libraries, IPFS solutions, wallets, chain explorers, oracles and bridges, as well as an ecosystem of supporting services such as stablecoin integration, NFT marketplaces, tradfi interfaces, and more.

XinFin - XDC

The XDC Network (formerly called XinFin Network) is an enterprise-grade, EVM-compatible blockchain equipped with interoperable smart contracts. A highly optimized, bespoke fork of Ethereum, the XDC Network reaches consensus through a delegated proof-of-stake (dPoS) mechanism, which allows for two-second transaction time, near zero gas fees, and over 2,000 transactions per second (TPS).

While the consensus mechanism is proof-of-stake—and thus uses virtually no energy—validators have to perform a small proof-of-work (PoW) when proposing a new block, which makes the network highly resistant to spamming.

XDC is the fuel powering transactions and smart contracts on the XDC Network. At the same time, because users must stake their XDC to run validators and participate in block generation, it ensures that the network remains safe and secure.

Subsequent iterations of the XDC Network will further enhance the security of the consensus mechanism and also incorporate a novel “judiciary branch” into the consensus mechanism. Developed by Princeton University’s Pramod Viswanath and Hash Laboratories’ Fisher Yu and their team—both of whom serve as senior advisors to the XDC Foundation——cutting-edge compliance technology will ensure unprecedented Byzantine fault tolerance (BFT) by holding validators accountable for their actions on an automated and yet discretionary basis.

QuarkChain - QKC

The QuarkChain Network is a permissionless blockchain architecture that aims to meet global commercial standards. It aims to provide a secure, decentralized, and scalable blockchain solution to deliver 100,000+ on-chain TPS.

QuarkChain is a public chain that can support multiple consensuses, multiple transaction models ( including virtual machines VMs), ledger, and token economics in one network. It can reportedly adapt to blockchain innovations by customizing consensus, transaction model (including VM), ledger, and token economics in each shard so that to satisfy different requirements of different industries/enterprises/DApps. The network supports two consensus algorithms, PoW and PoSW ( a combination of PoS+ PoW). More consensus algorithms (DPoS, PoS and etc) will be added into different shards in the future. It is EVM-compatible - every DApp deployed on Ethereum can be deployed in QuarkChain. The team plans to add more virtual machines (e.g. EOS VM) in different shards so that developers have more choices.

Terran Coin - TRR

Terran is a blockchain platform project that aims to enhance efficiency in sending, receiving, and trading cryptocurrencies. The project aims to offer enhanced services to its users by using a public blockchain for smart contracts.

Terran offers a solution to the most significant issues that currently plague the blockchain industry. It will bring many off-chain and cross-chain solutions so that its users can experience higher scalability and flexibility.

The global community, including developers, merchants, and investors, will benefit from the Terran platform. Shortly, users who buy goods and services online from merchants will make transactions more smoothly.

Standard Tokenization Protocol - STPT

STP is an ecosystem optimzed for DAOs. It launched Verse Network, a full suite of native tools and infrastructures facilitating efficient decentralized decision-making for users, communities and organizations to streamline the creation and management of DAOs.

Through Verse Network, users can access a suite of no-code DAO tools to launch and manage their DAOs on a range of blockchains.

Harmony - ONE

Harmony is a blockchain platform designed to facilitate the creation and use of decentralized applications (DApps). The network aims to innovate the way decentralized applications work by focusing on random state sharding, which allows creating blocks in seconds.

Focusing on processing speed and validation, the Harmony mainnet aims to revolutionize block creation. By introducing the sharding process, the company reduced node validation times significantly.

To ensure the protection of nodes and secure the validation process, Harmony introduced the Verifiable Random Function (VRF) for unbiased and unpredictable shard membership. This means that nodes and validators are assigned and re-assigned in a randomized manner.

The project’s Harmony Grants program is an initiative that aims to support innovation and attract developers to the Harmony mainnet.

apM Coin - APMapM Coin is a blockchain-based customer reward management and payment platform which aims to improve efficiency and credibility of business transactions between wholesalers and buyers.
Gitcoin - GTC

Gitcoin describes itself as a community of builders, creators and protocols that have come together in order to develop the future of the open internet. Gitcoin creates a community that supports new infrastructure for Web3 — includingn tools, technologies and networks — to foster development in the open-source sphere.

Gitcoin is unique in that it is a platform that supports community building, specifically for open source projects. As of June 2021, over $20 million has been funded for open source projects through Gitcoin, there are over 160,000 active developers monthly and a little over 1,600 projects created.

Gitcoin aims to create a future vision called “Quadratic Lands” — a digital ecosystem with digital democracy and a strong emphasis on community building.

Hifi Finance - MFT

Hifi (formerly Mainframe) is a Lending Protocol that allows anyone to borrow against their crypto. Hifi uses a bond-like instrument, representing an on-chain obligation that settles on a specific future date.

Buying and selling the tokenized debt enables fixed-rate, fixed term lending and borrowing — something much needed in decentralized finance today. It is anticipated that a ticker symbol change will occur alongside future iterations on the Hifi Lending Protocol.

Cartesi - CTSI

Cartesi - The Blockchain OS is a decentralized Layer-2 infrastructure that supports Linux and mainstream software components. For the first time, developers can code scalable smart contracts with rich software tools, libraries, and the services they’re used to, bridging the gap between mainstream software and blockchain.

Cartesi is enabling millions of new startups and their developers to use The Blockchain OS and bring Linux applications on board. With a groundbreaking virtual machines, optimistic rollups, and side-chains, Cartesi paves the way for developers of all kinds, to build the next generation of blockchain apps.


COTI markets itself as the first enterprise-grade fintech platform that empowers organizations to build their own payment solutions as well as digitize any currency to save time as well as money.

COTI is one of the world’s first blockchain protocols that is optimized for decentralized payments and designed for use by merchants, governments, payment DApps and stablecoin issuers.

It is an ecosystem that is designed specifically to meet all of the challenges associated with traditional finance, including latency, fees, global inclusion and risks. This is done through the introduction of the DAG-based protocol as well as infrastructure that is completely scalable, private, inclusive and fast.

The ecosystem has DAG-based blockchain, proof-of-trust consensus algorithm, multiDAG, GTS (Global Trust System), a universal payment solution and a payment gateway.

Prom - PROM

Prom is a gaming NFT marketplace & rental. Completely decentralized, confidential, and safe, it meets the needs of players, metaverse-enthusiasts, NFT owners, guilds, and games. In a word, our project boldly aims to establish a sound future for the whole industry.

To stay secure and efficient, we explore the potential of NFT gaming, work with experts, and experiment with promising tools. As a result, we already have designed a unique ecosystem that is fit for lending, renting, and spotlessly exchanging ideas. To get convinced, check some of our features.

Rent gaming assets without any collateral or lend out your assets to other players to make an additional profit.

Purchase any NFT in monthly installments, get a mortgage or leasing for lands and spaces in the metaverses.

Trade and exchange NFT assets from various games in a unified interface and access internal gaming marketplaces across multiple games.

Easily manage NFT assets across all the platforms and view statistics.

Rocket Pool - RPL

Rocket Pool is a decentralized Ethereum staking pool offering up to 4.33% APR for ETH2 staking. Users can join the Rocket Pool with its decentralized node operator network or run their own nodes with only 16 ETH. In the latter case, they can earn a commission from staking ETH and earn additional RPL rewards from providing RPL collateral, amounting to up to 6.36% APR for ETH and the additional RPL rewards.

Rocket Pool provides liquid staking, meaning users benefit from an increasing exchange rate instead of rebasing their staked collateral, which would be a taxable event. Furthermore, Rocket Pool offers smart nodes: a custom node software allowing anyone to run a node on its network. With losses from bad nodes socialized across the network, users minimize their risk of facing penalties. This is supported by the pool’s open-source and audited smart contracts, which guarantee fully non-custodial staking and a maximum degree of decentralization.

Locus Chain - LOCUS

Locus Chain aims to be the most widely used Next Generation Layer 1 Public Blockchain Protocol, which achieves both full decentralization and scalability simultaneously. As a decentralized scalable layer 1 chain based on patented technologies, Locus Chain aims to support various Defi, GameFi, Metaverse, Smart City, CBDC(Central Bank Digital Currency) projects by being the most reliable, secure, low cost and high performance layer 1 public blockchain platform. Locus Chain claims to be the first decentralized Layer 1 public blockchain to ever solve the blockchain trilemma of Decentralization. Scalability and Security.

Top developers and high profile business partners are participating in the development of Locus Chain one after another. High-performance Layer 1 blockchain can create various business opportunities in sectors including decentralized finance, real estate transaction platforms, and game money, etc as well as creating various other tokens. 


HUNT Network is a group of DApps for the digital nomads all around the world. We are aiming to create a DApp world that empowers people who are in transition to the post-work and digital nomadic life by utilising the gamified blockchain and cryptocurrency mechanism.

As we demonstrated above, the shifts in upcoming human lifestyles will lead people back to the nomadic lifestyle fueled by the Internet, blockchain and cryptocurrency. People will seek more opportunities for work (in terms of fulfilling their non-survival needs) and actions (for interpersonal and political friction in communities).

The DApps in the HUNT Network are using the power of gamification on blockchain to effectuate the intent of consuming their spare time, extending their online influence on communities, and reshaping their financial capability in the wave.

dKargo - DKA

dKargo uses blockchain technology to solve trust issues among participants scattered in the logistics industry and establishing an efficient logistics network based on cooperation that was previously unimaginable.

Providing credible information with blockchain dKargo solves trust problem on splited logistics nodes by using blockchain

Enhancing connection between participants with blockchain and tokenomics. Create a collaboration-based logistics network that was impossible in the existing logistics industry

Provides Web3 logistics service From first-mile to last-mile, dKargo enables new Web3 logistics services.

Providing an open logistics platform dKargo provides optimized logistics information and routes that were not possible due to silo logistics structure

Orion Protocol - ORN

The Orion Protocol was designed to aggregate the liquidity of multiple crypto exchanges into a decentralized platform that provides a singular, non-custodial gateway into the entire digital asset market.

Orion aims to solve the difficulties in performing profitable transactions associated with the lack of liquidity on the majority of crypto exchanges. This is the case for both centralized and decentralized exchanges. Orion’s solution to this is to aggregate exchanges’ order books into one simple to use and understand terminal.

The Orion Protocol’s goal is to help users get the best returns out of their investments while also lowering the risks associated with using multiple exchanges.

RSK Infrastructure Framework - RIF

RIF (Rootstock Infrastructure Framework) is a third layer on top of Bitcoin that provides a wide range of solutions based on blockchain technology such as payments, storage, and domaining (RNS).

It is a tech-stack where the $RIF token is required to use these services. RIF aims to create collaborative marketplaces where individuals interact on a peer-to-peer basis coordinated by immutable smart contracts in order to exchange information, value, and services with full control and transparency.

Carry - CRE

The Carry Protocol is a blockchain project that rewards users for sharing offline data and accepting advertisements. Carry intends to give the users control over their data privacy and monetization rights. Carry describes itself as a platform that connects offline merchants and consumers using blockchain. Carry's main aim is to be the first cryptocurrency that ordinary people accept. Carry intends to develop an environment that benefits everyone, the customers, retailers, and marketers.

Carry enables retailers to know their customers better based on the purchase data shared and helps marketers deliver more focused advertisements to the correct customers. Moreover, the consumers have the freedom to govern and monetize their data.

Merchants can accept cryptocurrency payments and pass the advantages on to the proper consumers by utilizing the Carry Protocol. By evaluating the purchase data in the database, advertisers may pick ad targets and deploy advertisements. Carry's marketing can be more precise and comprehensive in customer data

Perlin - PERL

Perlin’s latest project, the Planetary Ecosystem Registration Ledger will use blockchain technologies for real-world ecological assets through tokenizing carbon credits and biodiversity, NFTs and decentralised (DeFi) rewards. focuses on tokenization and achieving broader adoption of ecological-related assets like tokenized carbon assets, genomic biodiversity and more.

PERL allows token holders to play a critical role in determining the incentive system, building a wide base of stakeholders, and facilitating economic value flow in the network. PERL holders get to vote on this fee model and distribution, as well as other important decisions.


IRISnet is an innovative read of what blockchain technology can bring to the business world. While most consortium blockchains are owned and operated by big conglomerates of companies, IRISnet aims to bring solutions to small business operations. The primary purpose of the IRISnet protocol is to provide a blockchain-based, open network to small and medium businesses that are offering a wide variety of services.

One of their latest developments is the IRITA, an enterprise blockchain bringing flexible digital asset modeling and privacy-centric data authorization to the business world.

One of the IRISnet protocol’s main selling points is that it aims to combine both on and off-chain capabilities. While transactions are executed on the blockchain, data processing and business logic will be executed off-chain. In addition, IRISnet also offers products like a smart wallet for business operations.

WOM Protocol - WOM

The WOM (word-of-mouth) Protocol is a blockchain-based marketing technology that gives brands, content creators, publishers, and social networks a way to monetize word-of-mouth recommendations on any app or platform.

The Protocol is live, including: The WOM Authenticator app used to authenticate recommendations across all WOM platformsThe WOM Campaign Manager which enables advertisers to buy and spend WOM Tokens to access these recommendations. Word-of-Mouth Marketing Toolkit--as well as a Shopify app--which enables ecommerce websites to collect, display, and reward user recommendations. The payment protocol that automatically rewards creators, authenticators, and platforms in WOM Tokens

WOM Protocol also launched an NFT a crypto education and recommendation app BULLZ, live on iOS and Android.

MiL.k - MLKMiL.k platform connects various service companies in travel, leisure, and lifestyle sectors by enabling integration and trade of their reward points using Milk Coin (MLK) as the key currency

DREP is committed to building “connectors” and “toolboxes" based on blockchain technology, and aims to provide solutions that combine ease of use, flexibility, and frictionless integration. Based on DREP Chain, DREP ID, and DREP SDK, DApp teams are able to release multi-public-chain asset versions, built-in wallets, and asset trading platforms with one-click.

DREP proposes the concept of Smart Pipeline technology, which reportedly improves data processing ability, similar to a layer2 solution with strong scalability and zero gas consumption. DREP upgrades advanced technology solutions into APIs and Plug-ins, thus lowering blockchain learning costs, development difficulty, and complexity on the application/enterprise side.

DREP adopts a Schnorr Multi-Signature Algorithm that is based on the Secp256k1 elliptic curve to improve network efficiency and reduce transmission overheads.

Ariva - ARV

ARV has been produced for active use in global and local tourism and travel networks in the near future. Project is a worldwide B2C travel & tourism network where members can meet with global and local tourism service providers in the light of previous travelers' experiences and shares, make bookings with Cryptocurrency and earn crypto money from both their reservations and valuable content sharing.

Ariva was produced to eliminate the expensive costs of international high-volume money transfers and the Swift transaction complexity in tourism and travel transactions, which are among one of the highest volume industries in the world economy. One of its main aims is to eliminate the complexity and difficulty arising from the use of local currency in the destination country.

ARV is the tourism cryptocurrency of the near future that can be spent safely in every country of the world from its crypto money wallet, eliminating the need to carry cash or debit cards.


AVINOC - the Aviation Network Operation Chain - or AVINOChain - is a platform for connecting all participants in the aviation and travel industry. It is a consistent, integrated and permissionless functional base data layer in the form of a Blockchain for the aviation industry. It can be used by all participants, like passengers, airlines, business aviation (BizAv) operators and all further edged suppliers to e.g. book flights and manage all processes within or between their organizations in an efficient way.

AVINOC has been designed to achieve optimal utilization and reduce costs significantly. It has the capability to make the interconnected customer journey becoming a reality. Additionally AVINOC is using Knowledge Graphs for Predictive Aviation & Travel.


The AXEL Token facilitates data transfers across the AXEL Network. It is a Proof-of-Stake utility token that Masternode holders must stake to participate in the Network.

Masternode operators are critical to building a decentralized Network that can be trusted with sensitive information. Masternodes facilitate file transfers while securing and authenticating transactions on the AXEL Network. Masternode holders are rewarded for their hardware contributions and overall participation in the AXEL Network by earning AXEL Tokens (PoS).

The AXEL Network has a global footprint, utilizes a decentralized and distributed infrastructure, and is powered by Masternodes.

The AXEL Token is needed to share files on the AXEL Go Platform and across the AXEL Network.

Link - TIME provides blockchain-based solutions for recruitment, HR and payment processes, reducing the barriers to accessing work and transferring funds securely in the global labor marketplace.

The project’s suite of services - and native governance token TIME - are hosted on multiple blockchains and include, a peer-to-peer freelancer marketplace,, a Plasma-based cryptocurrency exchange; AUDT, an Australian dollar-backed stablecoin; and PaymentX, a crypto invoicing and payroll solution.

TIME token The TIME token is the native token of the ecosystem and can be used within its products products and ecosystem aims to solve a series of problems in the global recruitment and employment markets.

Morpheus Network - MNWMorpheus.Network optimizes supply chains. This is accomplished with their SaaS middleware platform seamlessly integrating legacy and emerging technologies while providing supply chain managers with a Digital Footprint, providing shipment and item visibility for automating safe and secure supply chains saving time and money.
Elitium - EUM

Elitium brings together a variety of blockchain investments in one simple-to-use platform, eliminating the complexity and security concerns of building and managing a diversified digital asset portfolio.

Elitium makes it easy for investors to access digital assets and grow their wealth in a simple, compliant, and secure way. Thanks to the efficiency of its technology, investors can save time managing their wealth while generating higher returns on a more sustainable basis than via traditional means.

Thanks to its robust network of private investors (including crypto trading expert 'The Wolf of All Streets' Scott Melker and merchant bank GDA Capital), Elitium has never held an ICO.

Instead, the team has used private funding to develop the platform's product portfolio in a sustainable way.

TokenPocket - TPTTPT refers to TokenPocket Token, an applicational token representing TP users and developers’ rights in the TP ecosystem. TPT is also an important link among the wallet, users, and developers.
Chimpion - BNANA

Originally, Blockchain Bank wasn’t about global remittance so much as a response to the frustration we felt over how antiquated the traditional banks operated. Working with different banks for different companies required sending numerous large bank transfers everyday, which was — to put it mildly — a horrible experience.

The extremely long wait time it took to open a traditional bank account, the annoying customer service experience just to make small changes to your account, and the daily bank visits due to antiquated payment transfer verification methods.

Over time this list only continued to grow with issues such as the arbitrary limitations on how much money can be transferred each day, wire transfers couldn’t be completed between Friday and Monday, and it could take several days to complete an ACH transfer.

Traditional banks allowed us to earn 1% APR by locking up funds in an annual savings account so they could lend it back out to us at 22% APR through a company credit card, and every basic feature had ridiculously high fees.


PARSIQ describes itself as a next-generation platform for monitoring and intelligence — offering analytics tools for blockchain technology across a plethora of industries.

This enables users to track network activity in real time, unlock new use cases for their application and create instant notifications. Smart Triggers can be used to react to events of interest on multiple networks.

PARSIQ is a platform that makes blockchain events consumable and blockchain data actionable.

Shping - SHPING

Shping was founded in 2017 to address the real disconnect between brands and shoppers. We’ve bridged that gap with an app ecosystem that encourages meaningful interactions and directly rewards brand loyalty with a cryptocurrency,

Shping Coin. People not only earn but save with Shping. That's why we're the super app of choice, trusted by 300k+ Aussies and 100s of brands today.

RedFOX Labs - RFOX

RFOX's vision is to be the global leader in immersive metaverse experiences focused on retail, media, gaming, & rewards.

RFOX token is the multichain digital asset that fuels the RFOX metaverse ecosystem and its immersive technology.


SIX Network project focuses on unleashing the true power of digital assets through the power of blockchain and smart contracts to create effective decentralized financial services and a blockchain infrastructure essential for businesses. By providing valuable tools with the flagship products like "SIX Protocol" and "Definix," businesses across industries will be able to build projects on multi-blockchain networks and conveniently access the emerging world of digital asset investment.

SIX pursues a transparent, fair, secure, and efficient ecosystem for all stakeholders in the digital creative economy by providing these solutions, Decentralized Financial Services and SIX Bridge. In 2021 SIX Network launched "Definix," a decentralized finance (DeFi) platform aimed to facilitate automated trading of DeFi tokens and decentralize traditional asset management by lowering entry barriers for asset management, opening access to more average access consumers. Inside Definix are decentralized exchange (DEX), on-chain crypto asset management, and staking platforms.


MATH is a one-stop crypto platform that combines several applications, including Math Wallet, MATH VPOS Pool, Math DApp Store, MathStaking, MathPay and MathChain.

MATH supports more than 63 public blockchains. It allows users to invest and build their portfolios with automated quant trading, earn an annual percentage rate (APR) of up to 30% on their digital assets, deposit crypto, get instant loans and use crypto for payments regardless of time and location and at zero fees.

Math Wallet is an extension wallet that supports multi-chain decentralized applications (DApps).

Unicrypt - UNCX

UniCrypt is a decentralized services provider which offers several ways for DeFi projects to build community trust and keep users safe. Famously, UniCrypt created the first-ever liquidity locking smart contracts for Uniswap on Ethereum, known as Proof-of-Liquidity or POL. From there the project continued to develop new features, combining liquidity locking with a decentralized launchpad.

UNCX is the deflationary governance token of the UniCrypt platform - a platform which provides services to other tokens

Unification - FUNDUnification - A Vehicle for United Network Distribution (UND). A hybrid public/private blockchain ecosystem built for enterprises.
Receive Access Ecosystem - RAE

RAE Token is the compensation protocol for creators. Its mission is to be the best protocol to compensate creators, empower fans, and strengthen the direct connection between the two.

Using the RAE Token to distribute ecosystem value, and
removing the interfering stakeholders of other models (e.g, advertisers and overbearing platforms.)

RAE Token is a payment infrastructure that allows creators to package their content with other creators, providing them with better economics and flexibility. It treats creators like founders of the network by providing them autonomy and has proven to be a better compensation model. This autonomy means creators can take breaks to avoid burnout and can try out different content without fear of losing their income overnight.

Simply put, creators are removed from the YouTube rat race and empowered to find their path with their fans.

BioPassport Token - BIOTBioPassport is committed to help make healthcare a personal component of our daily lives. This starts with a "health passport" platform that houses a patient's DPHR, or decentralized personal health record built around DID (decentralized identity) technology.
Emirex Token - EMRXAs the native token of the Emirex Ecosystem, EMRX has multiple use cases such as listing fees for placement of tokenized assets, transactional fees from buy/sell transactions, custody and servicing fees, commission and partner incentive schemes.

ASTA platform is a platform designed to be used for real-life transactions. ASTA aims to become a platform that anyone with ASTA tokens can use anywhere in the world. To complete this platform, ASTA is in progress to enable exchange between major coins such as BTC and ETH as well as stable coins based on the world's major currencies through MultiSwap technology with ASTA as the key currency.

ASTA platform built a mainnet based on thorough analysis and research, and eliminated the need for intermediaries by using blockchain technology. It reduces the overall transaction cost, thereby reducing commissions. Due to this, it is possible to reduce fees while maintaining the existing simple payment and credit transaction methods.

ProximaX - XPX

ProximaX is an enterprise-grade infrastructure and development platform that integrates blockchain technology with distributed and decentralized service layers: storage, streaming, database, and Supercontract (enhanced smart contracts).

Built on proven technologies, it is an all-in-one, easy-to-use platform which can be extended with more service layers without compromising performance. The ProximaX platform is available in private, public, and hybrid network configurations.

ShareToken - SHR

ShareToken is a digital utility token that is used to make payments for sharing services across industries and geographies on the ShareRing platform — which includes the ShareRing application, ShareRing shop and each user’s ShareRing ID.

ShareRing is an open-source blockchain-based platform that makes use of distributed ledger technology and a dual token mechanism.

Besides being used to pay for transaction fees on the ShareRing network, SHR tokens can also be staked to earn rewards, known as flowbacks.

Newton - NEW

Newton Project aims to build infrastructure for a community-based economy through the provision of services around governance, collaboration, and incentives, Newton comprises an underlying public chain (New Chain), distributed storage service (New Net), and New IOT (which covers more than a dozen sensors). Its main net was launched in Dec 2018, which reportedly features a “Main chain and Sub chain” structure, POA consensus mechanism.

Newton also has a Hyper Exchange Protocol, which is intended to DApps in areas such as digital identity, credit, supply chain, and digital marketing. The first dApp running on Newton is New Mall, an online chain retailer. Newton also intends to support applications in fields such as agriculture, supply chain, payment, public welfare, and games.

Era Swap - ESEra Swap is a decentralized utility token that will be used across the Era Swap Ecosystem, such as Time Swappers, Swappers Wall, BuzCafe, TimeAlly DApp, BetdeEx, DApp, ComputeEx, and TimeAll.
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Adora Token - ARAAdora is a group of projects that run and connect with businesses and services around the world. The main goal is to incentivize the usability of digital currencies into everyday life as well as enhance the core functionality of Adora Coin (ARA), which is designed for usability and speed.
Zelwin - ZLW

Online trading platform ZELWIN is a place where digital assets and e-commerce are combined.

For every purchase, customers get guaranteed cashback in ZLW tokens. They instantly are able to exchange these tokens for various cryptocurrencies, USD/EUR, send them to VISA/MasterCard, or save them up.

Zelwin claims it is a ready-made product with a clear business model, mass adoption, and powerful affiliate program.

Rotharium - RTH

Rotharium (RTH) is a cryptocurrency that operates on the Ethereum platform.

Rotharium team developed several blockchain applications: Rotharium platform, Rotharium wallet, and Rotharium EBI, but the supply chain solution Rotharium Food, which is used for food tracing, generates the most interest.

Tokoin - TOKO

TOKOIN is a technology company which aims to provide advanced solutions to local government and companies needs through blockchain technology. We believe in the power of the BIT (Blockchain Innovative Thinker) to change the world, starting from assisting ambitious projects with big dreams.

TOKO is a super token which is an integral part of all of our ecosystem, being used as a reward token, payment token, utility token in our De-Fi products and NFT ecosystem.

TOKO is generated on the ERC-20 network at launch and recently expanded to the BEP-20 network as well. As demand increases for our token usage, new network interoperability is on the horizon.


BOLT Global is a technology company which builds web3-enabled platforms and services for the next generation of the internet. Our mission is to enable users to create and grow value on the new web.

We operate three core businesses across web3 media and entertainment, a self-custody crypto and NFT wallet, and a web3-commerce marketplace, which are known as BOLT+, BoltX, and BoltZap respectively. Our services are available on iOS, Android, Hisense Smart TVs and as a web-based app.

Aurora - AOA

Aurora Chain (AOA) holds the mission of creating bright an colorful blockchain world with fast-working contracts that facilitate easy development of applications on the blockchain. The team strives to allow businesses from disparate industries to cooperate using the distribution of a fixed supply of the underlying currency AOA as a means of ensuring the speed and functionality of the consensus mechanism.

As such, transactions may be realized quickly from delegated proof of stake voting equipped with byzantine fault tolerance to improve interactive consistency within the system.

PAID Network - PAID

PAID is the first to develop SMART Agreements, simplified business contracts able to be signed on-chain. Using this proprietary technology as a basis to build upon other aspects of business transactions, PAID comes closer to providing a viable alternative to domestic and international business transactions than previous blockchain projects.

The comprehensiveness of tools in the business toolkit are a defining feature of PAID Network, allowing users to establish, track and complete business transactions in a wide variety of business scenarios.

Waves Enterprise - WEST

Waves Enterprise is an enterprise-grade blockchain platform for building fault-tolerant digital infrastructures. As a hybrid solution, it aims to combine both public and private networks, offering a high degree of data privacy and throughput, configurable encryption that can be tailored to local standards, and language-agnostic smart contracts.

The Waves Enterprise mainnet brings together enterprises, service providers and decentralized applications in a trustless environment, utilizing the benefits of public permissioned blockchain across a wide range of business use cases. Sidechains are used to build private infrastructures, or hybrid ones, storing metadata on the mainnet. The platform is fueled by the Waves Enterprise System Token (WEST), the native utility token of payment for all network operations.

PLANET - PLAPLANET is used as a currency for transactions in the crypto industry. PLANET tokens are used as prize money and participation tickets for e-sports related businesses in Japan.
Hyve - HYVE

HYVE is an autonomous ecosystem that solves the current problems in the global freelance and workforce market, leveraging the power of decentralized technologies while adding features that are non-existent on any current platform (centralized & decentralized).

The result is a community-governed system that drastically brings down costs for all parties involved, offers wider flexibility, cuts out the middleman, welcomes the unbanked, provides transparency and ensures safety, all in a decentralized manner while rewarding token holders.

Carbon - CRBNCarbon is a social crypto hub, providing fully encrypted and decentralised communications, social feed, data storage and more. The Carbon platform is very rewarding. Content creation is rewarded, as is staking, in a fun, gamified rewards system. Carbon combines many common day-to-day crypto activities into one place.

KiwiGo is a super-app for frontier markets that provides a wide array of services empowering local businesses and individuals in their daily lives, from e-wallet, ride-hailing, food and grocery delivery, last-mile delivery, news aggregator, classifieds to in-app. PoS services, available in more than 20 markets in Africa and Asia.

KiwiGo token KGO is introducing the T.E.S. principle, bringing Technology, Economy and Society together to empower under-represented markets with fast-growing economic opportunities.

Backed by a strong team of entrepreneurs from various businesses in emerging and frontier markets, with a large experience in logistics, fintech, product development, and marketing, the KiwiGo team aims to provide financial inclusion to the unbanked.

KiwiGo is launching KGO to tokenize the way local businesses work in these markets, allowing them to create their own ecosystem and bring their own value and ideas to the local economies. The KiwiGo app and KGO token will be used for loyalty and cashback systems, multiple cryptocurrencies, OTC & Decentralized Exchanges, Logistic Tracking, and Smart Contracts to provide opportunities for every business and individuals living in the most challenging economies.


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How and Where to Buy Business - Service coins/tokens?

You will have to first buy one of the major cryptocurrencies, usually either Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Tether (USDT), Binance (BNB)…

We will use Binance Exchange here as it is one of the largest crypto exchanges that accept fiat deposits.

Once you finished the KYC process. You will be asked to add a payment method. Here you can either choose to provide a credit/debit card or use a bank transfer, and buy one of the major cryptocurrencies, usually either Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Tether (USDT), Binance (BNB)…

Top exchanges for token-coin trading.

Once finished you will then need to make a BTC/ETH/USDT/BNB deposit to the exchange from Binance depending on the available market pairs. After the deposit is confirmed you may then purchase Coin/Token from the Binance exchange.

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Top eCommerce coins by Volume

In this article you will see Top 20 eCommerce coins by Volume, date: 14/10/2022

1. Highstreet - HIGH


HIGH Token (Highstreet) is a native token of a decentralized commerce-centric play-to-earn metaverse built with virtual reality (VR) support. Apart from realizing a two-way currency flow within physical and virtual worlds, Highstreet (HIGH) introduces a market where in-game items can be redeemed for real-life products. During gameplay, users have an opportunity to explore the metaverse, fight monsters and complete quests all the while acquiring goods that have both digital and real-world utility.

The project aims to define the new generation of retail and offers an effortless, secure and entertaining way of making online purchases.

Apart from HIGH, the game features a utility token STREET, acquired through completing various tasks in the game. While HIGH is considered a governance heavy token, giving gamers an opportunity to vote on major decisions on the platform, profit through stacking and buy products on the marketplace, STREET serves as the primary currency facilitating the commerce in the game and can be used to buy armor, weapons, heals, travel tickets and hotel stays. HIGH is paid to owners of properties in taxes and is also obtainable through participation in metaverse’s special events.


2. Boson Protocol - BOSON


Boson Protocol (BOSON) is a decentralized infrastructure for e-commerce transactions. The ecosystem enables the exchange of digital value for real-world products and services through the use of tokenized futures contracts. Сommitments to buy and sell physical assets are represented as stateful non-fungible tokens (NFTs) on the platform.

Boson Protocol advocates for the secure, privacy-preserving collection of e-commerce data and incentivizes users by offering them monetary benefits in exchange for voluntary data sharing. The platform utilizes Ocean Protocol to build a Web 3.0. commerce data marketplace, which will help information buyers gain insights into consumer behaviour and carry out in-depth analyses of their business strategy.

Together with its native utility token BOSON, the protocol aims to demonopolize commerce and allow buyers and merchants to interact with minimal intervention from intermediaries.

BOSON tokens serve both to govern the ecosystem and to incentivize actions that can maximize the supply of quality NFT redemptions. A user can acquire the currency by participating in development bounties, joining meetups, entering competitions and being an active member of the community. As stated in its official lightpaper, BOSON accrues value from transaction fees and commerce data sales via Boson’s Web 3.0. data marketplace.


3. GoCrypto Token - GOC


The GoCrypto token is a multi-chain utility token issued on the Bitcoin Cash (SLP) blockchain, Smart Bitcoin Cash (smartBCH) chain, and the Binance Smart Chain (BSC), with Solana (SOL) and Avalanch (AVAX) soon to follow.

It is integrated into all GoCrypto applications and services and functions as a method of payment on the GoCrypto platform and in the GoCrypto loyalty program. This makes GoC a true utility token with wide usability.

Users of GoCrypto’s Elly Wallet can use the GoC token for shopping at local and online stores. In selected countries, they can receive a tokenback reward for every purchase they make. The GoCrypto team continues to broaden the utility of the GoC token and add value for merchants and users alike.


4. Pallapay - PALLA


Pallapay is the only payment solution in Middle East which allows businesses Globally to accept, process, and disburse crypto payments with its product suite, being one of the leading payment service providers in Middle East region and the world.

PALLA Token, a utility token that is used to: • Fuel Pallapay Transactions • Reduce costs of transactions and payments • provide various services such as issuance of prepaid cards

Pallapay Crypto Payment Gateway which accepts any crypto on any network, allowing E-Commerce businesses for the first time in the world to accept payments in in crypto and receive crypto in their wallet or fiat in their account based on their choice.

Pallapay Crypto POS Machine which is designed to accept payments in any crypto on any network, allowing retail businesses for the first time in the world to accept payments in in crypto and receive crypto in their wallet or fiat in their account based on their choice.

Pallapay Decentralized Wallet App Which allows you to store, swap, buy and sell any crypto on Bitcoin, Ethereum and Tron networks including Crypto-to-Crypto, Crypto-to-Fiat and Fiat-to-Crypto.


5. Swash - SWASH


Swash is an ecosystem of tools and services that enable people, businesses, and developers to unlock the latent value of data by pooling, securely sharing, and monetising its value.

Instead of a system that bleeds agency from individuals, Swash replacing it with one where people can reclaim their data dignity, businesses can thrive, and developers can innovate with ease.

Individual agency as a collective force by rewarding union members for the value of their data unique insights to businesses across all industries through a customisable, comprehensive web-based platform the Swash ecosystem with the tools, community, and culture for building the next era of data solutions innovation with access by making on-site data computation capabilities a reality


6. Permission Coin - ASK


Permission’s platform is constructed to help users securely grant permission and earn from their data across multiple channels and contexts. The token is simple-to-use with use cases that are straightforward and transparent and that will evolve as the project’s network and permission-based economy matures.

Currently, users earn ASK by securely sharing their data and opting in to receive relevant ads and content. The experience is delivered primarily viathrough “Permission Ads,” the project’s patent-pending, crypto-enabled advertising platform, which enables Advertisers to “ASK Permission” and reward users for consenting to share data. 


7. - BUY

DescribeWebsiteExchange is a decentralized e-commerce platform that focuses on hyperlocal last mile delivery and supply logistics.

Built-in BUY tokens with incentives for stores and users that make payments cheaper --Delivery network to match local delivery at the last mile with Uber-like capabilities for anyone to deliver goods.

Peer-to-peer pick up and drop service which has guaranteed delivery with tracking and 24/7 monitoring by reps seven days a week. Finds the cheapest available delivery mode on every transaction. The range of the distribution network at the local level is more robust than any existing solution.


8. Zelwin - ZLW


Zelwin, an online trading platform, is a project where e-commerce and digital assets are combined. For every purchase, customers get ZLW guaranteed cashback. You can instantly exchange these tokens for various cryptocurrencies, USD/EUR, send them to VISA/MasterCard or save them.

The online trading platform ZELWIN is a place where digital assets and e-commerce are combined. The token of this platform is Zelwin (ZLW) coin. For every purchase, customers get ZLW guaranteed cashback. You can instantly exchange these tokens for various cryptocurrencies, USD/EUR, send them to VISA/MasterCard or save them.


9. Sparkpoint - SRK


SparkPoint - the project aims to fast-track mainstream adoption of blockchain and cryptocurrency through an ecosystem of practical products and services.

SRK is deployed on the Ethereum network, and it is a fungible ERC-20 token. As a result, it works in a way which is similar to cryptocurrencies such as Dogecoin, Ether, and many other ones.

Crypto investors can freely trade SRK on exchanges buying and selling it. All SRK coins are interchangeable and can be exchanged for other cryptocurrencies based on their current value. Every SRK transaction is forever recorded on the blockchain and is open for everyone to see. This ensures complete transparency when it comes to SRK trading.


10. Onooks - OOKS


Onooks (OOKS) advocates for building an integrated and interoperable open finance and mnetary protocol matrix serving as a unified liquidity pool and back-bone infrastructure for DeFi and open finance applications.

It is fairly simple and direct – we aim to bring together a community of people who are upset with the fact that real estate is an asset class that has been reserved for people with huge valuation.


11. GAMB - GMB


GAMB Power to the Merchants, in partnership with Globra, offers an online marketplace called GLMall enabling merchants and their customers to perform daily e-commerce in crypto. To do so, GAMB uses a proprietary parallel chain system by creating a “clone” coin (GMBT) on the SkyFiber blockchain, to its publicly traded ECR-20 parent token (GMB).

GMB and its parallel clone are the native tokens of GLMall. This revolutionary and patent-pending parallel token solution allows crypto payments without any blockchain-related transfer or gas fees and is the key to implementing crypto payments in daily e-commerce.

By being a GMB holder you will be part of the first decentralized online marketplace operating in the real world and the metaverse. GMB is easily swappable into its parallel coin GMBT which can be used to purchase goods or services on the marketplace without any fees.


12. Safex Cash - SFX


Safex Cash (SFX) is a marketplace and changeable digital cash system protocol. The platform is a peer-to-peer marketplace with an embedded anonymous cryptocurrency with an excretion rate that is based on merit and is easy to obtain.

Safex Cash network enables online merchants to get available breaks from being stuck at the understanding of centralized platforms that charge fees to compete against their customers. The platform aims to unite the world through cryptocurrency and blockchain technological creations to enhance communication and improve human quality of life.

Cryptocurrencies are favorably effective for making global payments and purchases. Nevertheless, there are many flaws due to the offsite clearing of the payments. The Safex blockchain addresses those flaws by delivering a fully operational marketplace agent where people can offer their goods or services straight away on the blockchain. Also, all the payment processing takes place atomically through blockchain transactions.

The SFX is a native digital cryptographically connected utility token of the Safex Marketplace. The token is planned to play an essential role in the functioning of the ecosystem on the Safex Marketplace. 


13. YoloCash - YLC


Yolocash is a block chain based marketplace, where buyers and sellers meet to carry out operations involving digital goods and assets with crypto currency transactions. The unique advantage here is an automatic matching of users, basing on straight AI approach.

It is a first ever artificial intelligence marketplace in the world, combining traditional and smart contract, block chain, future oriented ideas of connecting people and performing operations by analyzing users preferences. Innovative token design increase system performance up to 1024 times faster.

YLCs are tokens, based on the Ethereum blockchain technology. It is the core asset of the new Yolocash Marketplace. Users possessing YLCs can exchange them for buying digital goods on the marketplace.


14. Midas Protocol - MCASH

MCashChain describes itself as a decentralized and social e-Payment Platform with zero fees and fast transactions, which aims to enable a frictionless digital economy.LinkBuy

15. Chimpion - BNANA


Chimpion is a project to increase the use of cryptocurrencies for e-commerce and is powered by its main cryptocurrency BNANA. For this mission, it is aimed to develop various technologies for both vendors and users. Detailed information on what is Chimpion coin (BNANA), how it works, how much it costs, how to buy it, which exchange is it on, etc. is the continuation of the content. You can browse here for information about Aurory coin (AURY).

The focus of the project is to increase the use of cryptocurrencies in e-commerce. For this mission, it is aimed to develop various technologies for both vendors and users. The cryptocurrency that powers the system is the Bnana Token. -bnana coin- (BNANA). BNANA is also used as a reward for purchases made from stores using Chimpion.

BNANA is based on Ethereum and is ERC20 standard. It can be sent and stored via Ethereum wallets and addresses. 


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How and Where to Buy eCommerce coins?

You will have to first buy one of the major cryptocurrencies, usually either Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Tether (USDT), Binance (BNB)…

We will use Binance Exchange here as it is one of the largest crypto exchanges that accept fiat deposits.

Once you finished the KYC process. You will be asked to add a payment method. Here you can either choose to provide a credit/debit card or use a bank transfer, and buy one of the major cryptocurrencies, usually either Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Tether (USDT), Binance (BNB)…

Top exchanges for token-coin trading.

Once finished you will then need to make a BTC/ETH/USDT/BNB deposit to the exchange from Binance depending on the available market pairs. After the deposit is confirmed you may then purchase Coin/Token from the Binance exchange.

Read more: Top Debit Card Crypto tokens by volume

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Top eCommerce coins by Volume

Aimeos-laravel: Aimeos Laravel Ecommerce Package

Aimeos Laravel ecommerce package

Aimeos is THE professional, full-featured and ultra fast e-commerce package for Laravel! You can install it in your existing Laravel application within 5 minutes and can adapt, extend, overwrite and customize anything to your needs.

Aimeos Laravel demo

Supported versions

This document is for the Aimeos Laravel package 2021.10 and later.

  • LTS release: 2022.10 (Laravel 9.x, PHP 8.0+)
  • old LTS release: 2021.10 (Laravel 6.x, 7.x and 8.x, PHP 7.3+)

If you want to upgrade between major versions, please have a look into the upgrade guide!

Basic application

Full shop application

If you want to set up a new application or test Aimeos, we recommend the Aimeos shop application. You need composer 2.1+ to install Aimeos.

It will install a complete shop system including demo data for a quick start without the need to follow the steps described in this readme.

wget -O composer
php composer create-project aimeos/aimeos myshop

More about the full package: :star: Aimeos shop

Shop package only

The Aimeos Laravel online shop package is a composer based library. It can be installed easiest by using Composer 2.1+ in the root directory of your existing Laravel application:

wget -O composer
php composer require aimeos/aimeos-laravel:~2022.10


Make sure that you've created the database in advance and added the configuration to the .env file in your application directory. Sometimes, using the .env file makes problems and you will get exceptions that the connection to the database failed. In that case, add the database credentials to the resource/db section of your ./config/shop.php file too!

If you don't have at least MySQL 5.7.8 or MariaDB 10.2.2 installed, you will probably get an error like

Specified key was too long; max key length is 767 bytes

To circumvent this problem, drop the new tables if there have been any created and change the charset/collation setting in ./config/database.php to these values before installing Aimeos again:

'connections' => [
    'mysql' => [
        // ...
        'charset' => 'utf8',
        'collation' => 'utf8_unicode_ci',
        // ...

Caution: Also make sure that your MySQL server creates InnoDB tables by default as MyISAM tables won't work and will result in an foreign key constraint error!

If you want to use a database server other than MySQL, please have a look into the article about supported database servers and their specific configuration. Supported are:

  • MySQL, MariaDB (fully)
  • PostgreSQL (fully)
  • SQL Server (fully)


Then, add these lines to the composer.json of the Laravel skeleton application:

    "prefer-stable": true,
    "minimum-stability": "dev",
    "require": {
        "aimeos/aimeos-laravel": "~2022.10",
    "scripts": {
        "post-update-cmd": [
            "@php artisan migrate",
            "@php artisan vendor:publish --tag=public --force",

Afterwards, install the Aimeos shop package using

composer update

In the last step you must now execute these artisan commands to get a working or updated Aimeos installation:

php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Aimeos\Shop\ShopServiceProvider"
php artisan migrate
php artisan aimeos:setup --option=setup/default/demo:1

In a production environment or if you don't want that the demo data gets installed, leave out the --option=setup/default/demo:1 option.


You have to set up one of Laravel's authentication starter kits. Laravel Breeze is the easiest one but you can also use Jetstream.

Laravel 8 & 9

composer require laravel/breeze
php artisan breeze:install
npm install && npm run build

For more information, please follow the Laravel documentation:

Laravel 7

composer require laravel/ui:^2.0
php artisan ui vue --auth
npm install && npm run build

For more information, please follow the Laravel documentation:

Laravel 6

composer require laravel/ui:^1.0
php artisan ui vue --auth
npm install && npm run build

For more information, please follow the Laravel documentation:

Configure authentication

As a last step, you need to extend the boot() method of your App\Providers\AuthServiceProvider class and add the lines to define how authorization for "admin" is checked in app/Providers/AuthServiceProvider.php:

    public function boot()
        // Keep the lines before

        Gate::define('admin', function($user, $class, $roles) {
            if( isset( $user->superuser ) && $user->superuser ) {
                return true;
            return app( '\Aimeos\Shop\Base\Support' )->checkUserGroup( $user, $roles );

Create account

Test if your authentication setup works before you continue. Create an admin account for your Laravel application so you will be able to log into the Aimeos admin interface:

php artisan aimeos:account --super <email>

The e-mail address is the user name for login and the account will work for the frontend too. To protect the new account, the command will ask you for a password. The same command can create limited accounts by using "--admin", "--editor" or "--api" instead of "--super" (access to everything).


To reference images correctly, you have to adapt your .env file and set the APP_URL to your real URL, e.g.


Caution: Make sure, Laravel uses the file session driver in your .env file! Otherwise, the shopping basket content won't get stored correctly!


If your ./public directory isn't writable by your web server, you have to create these directories:

mkdir public/aimeos public/vendor
chmod 777 public/aimeos public/vendor

In a production environment, you should be more specific about the granted permissions!


Then, you should be able to call the catalog list page in your browser. For a quick start, you can use the integrated web server. Simply execute this command in the base directory of your application:

php artisan serve


Point your browser to the list page of the shop using:

Note: Integrating the Aimeos package adds some routes like /shop or /admin to your Laravel installation but the home page stays untouched! If you want to add Aimeos to the home page as well, replace the route for "/" in ./routes/web.php by this line:

Route::group(['middleware' => ['web']], function () {
    Route::get('/', '\Aimeos\Shop\Controller\CatalogController@homeAction')->name('aimeos_home');

For multi-vendor setups, read the article about multiple shops.

This will display the Aimeos catalog home component on the home page you you get a nice looking shop home page. The /shop page will look like:

Aimeos frontend


If you've still started the internal PHP web server (php artisan serve) you should now open this URL in your browser:

Enter the e-mail address and the password of the newly created user and press "Login". If you don't get redirected to the admin interface (that depends on the authentication code you've created according to the Laravel documentation), point your browser to the /admin URL again.

Caution: Make sure that you aren't already logged in as a non-admin user! In this case, login won't work because Laravel requires you to log out first.

Aimeos backend


To simplify development, you should configure to use no content cache. You can do this in the config/shop.php file of your Laravel application by adding these lines at the bottom:

    'madmin' => array(
        'cache' => array(
            'manager' => array(
                'name' => 'None',


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Aimeos-laravel: Aimeos Laravel Ecommerce Package

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About PrestaShop

PrestaShop is an Open Source e-commerce web application, committed to providing the best shopping cart experience for both merchants and customers. It is written in PHP, is highly customizable, supports all the major payment services, is translated in many languages and localized for many countries, has a fully responsive design (both front and back office), etc. See all the available features.

PrestaShop 1.7 back office

This repository contains the source code of PrestaShop, which is intended for development and preview only. To download the latest stable public version of PrestaShop (currently, version 1.7), please go to the download page on the official PrestaShop site.

About the 'develop' branch

The 'develop' branch of this repository contains the work in progress source code for the next version of PrestaShop.

For more information on our branch system, read our guide on installing PrestaShop for development.

The first stable version of PrestaShop 1.7,, was released on November 7th, 2016. Further updates have been released since then. Learn more about it on the Build devblog.

Server configuration

To install the latest PrestaShop 1.7, you need a web server running PHP 7.1+ and any flavor of MySQL 5.0+ (MySQL, MariaDB, Percona Server, etc.). Versions between 1.7.0 and 1.7.6 work with PHP 5.6+.

You will also need a database administration tool, such as phpMyAdmin, in order to create a database for PrestaShop. We recommend the Apache or Nginx web servers (check out our example Nginx configuration file).

You can find more information on our System requirements page and on the System Administrator Guide.


If you downloaded the source code from GitHub, read our guide on installing PrestaShop for development. If you intend to install a production shop, make sure to download the latest version from our download page, then read the install guide for users.

Docker compose

PrestaShop can also be deployed with Docker and its tool Docker compose.

To run the software, use:

docker-compose up

Then reach your shop on this URL: http://localhost:8001

Docker will bind your port 8001 to the web server. If you want to use other port, open and modify the file docker-compose.yml. MySQL credentials can also be found and modified in this file if needed.

Note: Before auto-installing PrestaShop, this container checks the file config/ does not exist on startup. If you expect the container to (re)install your shop, remove this file if it exists. And make sure the container user www-data has write access to the whole workspace.


For technical information (core, module and theme development, performance...), head on to PrestaShop DevDocs

If you want to learn how to use PrestaShop 1.7, read our User documentation.

First-time users will be particularly interested in the following guides:

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  • Merchant's Guide: Tips and tricks for first-time online sellers.
  • The FAQ page should also be of tremendous help to you.


PrestaShop is an Open Source project, and it wouldn't be possible without the help of the hundreds of contributors, who submitted improvements and bugfixes over the years. Thank you all!

If you want to contribute code to PrestaShop, read the file in this repository or read the tutorials about contribution on the documentation site.

Don't know where to start? Check the good first issue label to have a look at all beginner-friendly improvements and bug fixes.

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Reporting Issues

Our bugtracker is on GitHub. We encourage you to create detailed issues as soon as you see them.

Read our Contribute by reporting issues guide for details and tips.

Reporting Security Issues

Responsible (and private) disclosure is a standard practice when someone encounters a security problem: before making it public, the discoverer informs the Core team about it, so that a fix can be prepared, and thus minimize the potential damage.

The PrestaShop team tries to be very proactive when preventing security problems. Even so, critical issues might surface without notice.

This is why we have set up a Bug Bounty Program where anyone can privately contact us with all the details about issues that affect the security of PrestaShop merchants or customers. Our security team will answer you, and discuss of a timeframe for your publication of the details.

Understanding a security issue means knowing how the attacker got in and hacked the site. If you have those details, then please do contact us privately about it (and please do not publish those details before we answer). If you do not know how the attacker got in, please ask for help on the support forums.

Extending PrestaShop

PrestaShop is a very extensible e-commerce platform, both through modules and themes. Developers can even override the default components and behaviors. Learn more about this on the Modules documentation and the Themes documentation.

Community forums

You can discuss about e-commerce, help other merchants and get help, and contribute to improving PrestaShop together with the PrestaShop community on the PrestaShop forums or on the PrestaShop Slack channel.

Thank you for downloading and using the PrestaShop Open Source e-commerce solution!

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PrestaShop: An Open Source E-commerce Web Application