The Stellar Disbursement Platform (SDP) is a tool built for organizations to make bulk payments to a group of recipients over the Stellar network. The full step-by-step process usually looks something like the following after the SDP is deployed and organizational users have been set up:
📄️ Design and Architecture
The Stellar Disbursement Platform consists of four services deployed together:
📄️ Getting Started
In this guide, you will learn to:
📄️ Deploy the SDP
In this guide, you will learn to deploy the SDP on a Kubernetes cluster using publicly available Helm charts.
🗃️ User Interface
📄️ Making Your Wallet SDP-Ready
Remember that any SDP instance will need an agreement with a wallet provider before sending disbursements into that wallet. This ensures the wallets are comfortable receiving funds from your organization and governs any commercial arrangement between the organizations. The wallet will need to allowlist the SDP domain before the SDP can send disbursements to that wallet. When the wallet domain is added to a SDP, it's effectively being allowlisted by the SDP. Both sides listing the other allows them to retrieve the stellar.toml file and check the signing key needed for the [SEP-10] handshake.
📄️ Anchor Platform Integration Points
As mentioned in the Design and Architecture guide, the Stellar Disbursement Platform consists of a few services deployed together, where the Anchor Platform is one of them.