An overview of the Arc platform.


Arc is a blockchain platform on Ethereum that enables the creation of Web2.5 dApps and the seamless integration of blockchain features with real-world use cases and products.
Arc applications offer a UX that is indistinguishable from that of any centralized application.
Web2 developers can create and integrate any application on Arc using its simple yet powerful APIs.
Businesses have the same customer experience as integrating any digital product while benefiting from all the liquidity and configurable interoperability between applications.
Arc's architecture overview, mission, and vision.


The Arc platform provides a set of functionality via APIs that can power any type of application, for example:
Loyalty Program Platforms
Stablecoin Issuance Platforms
Remittance Services
RWA Tokenization Platforms
Cross-border Transaction Platforms
Payment Gateway for E-commerce
Loan or BNPL Platforms
Regulated CeDeFi Platforms
Economy of Things Systems
Supply Chain Management Systems
Check out some ready-made examples: Examples

Integration Documentation

Arc offers a range of components to help developers integrate their blockchain into their products, including REST APIs and SDKs. In addition, Arc provides a Customer Dashboard for customers to manage their applications.


Arc provides simple and easy-to-use REST APIs for developers to seamlessly integrate with their backend systems. These APIs completely abstract all blockchain-related components, making it easy for developers to understand and use them, and allowing for a faster go-to-market for their applications.
For more information, visit the page APIs.


Arc provides SDKs that make it easier for developers to integrate their applications with Arc. These Settlement (Trading) offer functionality for interacting with Arc's APIs, generating signature keys, encoding messages, and other important tasks.
To learn more, visit the page SDKs.

Customer Dashboard

Arc's Customer Dashboard facilitates managing applications, including asset management and providing tailored metrics. The dashboard allows for API key management and is planned for release during the private testnet (sandbox). More details will be provided as they become available.
For more insights, visit the page Customer Dashboard.

Table of Contents

  1. 1.
    Introduction provides an overview of Arc.
  2. 2.
    Integration - Getting Started provides a quick way of developing on Arc.
  3. 3.
    Operations dives deeper into the functionality exposes by Arc.
  4. 4.
    Examples showcase integrations of Arc into different products.
  5. 5.
    Tooling gives developers insight about the different available tools.
  6. 6.
    In-depth Architecture presents in great detail Arc's technology.
  7. 7.
    Decentralization explains Arc's decentralization plans.
  8. 8.
    Reference links all of Arc's reference documentation.
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