Draw 1 Pixel for 1 Wei, with Off-Chain Payments


There’re millions of possibilities for dApps utilizing Liquidity off-chain payments. Here’s one that already works:

1 Pixel costs 1 Wei (10^-18 ETH). Paid off-chain in Liquid ETH, which does not incur any gas costs.

How to Draw

The first step is to get Liquid ETH. There are two ways of getting Leth:

  1. Install our mobile app and use our free Mainnet ETH faucet.
  2. Convert ETH into off-chain Liquid ETH on our web wallet.

Afterwards simply head over to, paint your favorite pixels and then hit the “Checkout” button. An invoice will automatically be generated, and you can pay this invoice using or the Liquidity Mobile App.

After the payment was executed, your fresh new art is shown to the world.

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This easy, yet powerful process shows how simple it is for a website to accept ETH off-chain payments. Such payments can be very small in nature, as the costly on-chain transaction fees are no longer required to be paid.


Liquidity already supports the creation and execution of invoices, which is a transparent, auditable and easy way to request and execute payments.

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