How developers can make use of the different protocols offered by Mean Protocol on their own Dapps
The easiest way to get started with the Mean Protocol is by leveraging the JS SDK. You can get up and running with Money Streams and much more in a matter of minutes.
Developers can make use of the different sub-graphs within the Mean Protocol. They are:
  • The Money Streaming Protocol (MSP) is perfect when your app wants to exchange money for time, like Payroll or Remittances. The use cases are endless for Money Streaming, from subscriptions to consultants, fund managers, retirement accounts, and more. Read the whitepaper to learn more.
  • The Hybrid Liquidity Aggregator (HLA) is great to help your users aggregate liquidity from multiple protocols and optimize their routing, fees, slippage, and pricing impact. This is useful if you want to guarantee the best swap prices across multiple AMMs and Serum's CLOB without having to manually implement each of them.
  • The Block Tempo Protocol (BTP). The BTP helps developers register time-sensitive callbacks on-chain in the Solana Network. It's the equivalent of having a cron-job on Solana, where you can subscribe to a program deployed on MAINNET to receive a callback after a certain amount of time has elapsed.
  • The Decentralized Dollar Cost Average Protocol (DDCA) is great to help people become regular investors every day. Decentralized DCA gives account owners a way to automate their investment strategy without the dependence on a centralized entity like Coinbase or Robinhood.
  • The P2P Exchange Protocol (P2PX) works well if you want to provide your users with swaps between any two parties in a peer-to-peer fashion with the safety of 2/2 token vaults. This is useful in countries where on-ramps and off-ramps are not very available, or with a highly unbanked population.
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