Web3 Services: February 2024 Updates

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Blog_w3s-febWith Smart Contract Platform on Ethereum mainnet, support for smart contract account (SCA) wallets, enhanced flexibility for Gas Station and more, February was stacked with updates to Web3 Services. Read on to learn more.

New additions


Build on Ethereum mainnet: smart contract accounts, Gas Station, and Smart Contract Platform

Web3 Services has extended Ethereum mainnet support to more offerings, including Programmable Wallets’ smart contract accounts, Gas Station, and Smart Contract Platform.

Previously available on Polygon PoS (Mumbai testnet and mainnet) and Ethereum (Sepolia testnet), you can now deploy account abstraction wallets for your apps to Ethereum mainnet!

Leverage Smart Contract Platform to enable new user experiences like NFT minting or access to DeFi, and simplify user transactions by sponsoring network fees using Gas Station.

Learn more about our blockchain support from our developer documentation.


Predefine and manage multiple Gas Station policies per blockchain

Developers can now create multiple Gas Station policies per blockchain. The policies provide configurations that fine-tune your gas sponsorship, enabling you to implement sponsorships according to your specific requirements and financial considerations. Predefining multiple gas fee policies on the same blockchain allows you to switch between configurations based on your business needs.


Video tutorial: Build with User-Controlled Wallets


Follow this step-by-step guide that walks you through embedding user-controlled smart contract accounts, sponsoring network fees with Gas Station, and our testnet faucet to start integrating USDC transactions into your iOS app.


Programmable Wallets and Smart Contract Platform application programming interfaces (“API”) are offered by Circle Technology Services, LLC (“CTS”). CTS is not a regulated financial services company and the APIs do not include financial, investment, tax, legal, regulatory, accounting, business, or other advice. For additional details, please click here to see the Circle Developer terms of service.

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