The Stellar Build Challenge is an ongoing program to reward innovation and development in the Stellar ecosystem, and this year the 5th Edition received submissions from more than 50 different projects, of which 35 were awarded a total of 5.7 million lumens by the judges.
There were many good entries competing on this edition, and we are listing below the ones we’ll be keeping an eye on for future integrations with our platform:
Stellar Navigator is a web application for the Stellar network with a fresh take on navigation, information/space, and design.
MyStellar.Tools is a universal tool and wallet that gives users a one-stop web-based application to take advantage of all the features the Stellar network has to offer.
Papaya Anchor is a Stellar Anchor supporting multiple currencies and ERC20 tokens, such as ETH, BAT, ICN, KIN, LINK, MTL, OMG, REP, SALT and ZRX.
StellarTerm is an Open-Source client that can be used to access the Stellar Distributed Exchange (SDEX). You can send, receive, and trade assets on the Stellar network easily with StellarTerm.
Lupoex is a comprehensive, real time trading portal for the Stellar Distributed Exchange (SDEX) and a primitive wallet.
Interstellar is a web based wallet for Stellar that provides support for unstable Internet connections and custom account names.
Stellar Desktop client is a fully featured wallet for Stellar that can run on PC, Linux and Mac. It will encrypt your secret key and store it as a file locally on your computer. You can trust, send, trade in the client. It also fully supports the federation protocol and even embeds the fed.network service.
Lobstr is an advanced platform for managing Stellar Lumens in the market and is available as web, iOS and Android applications. Lobstr allows you to do all money transactions on the go: receive, send and always keep up with the actual market rates.