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#1 bitaps

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Posted 16 December 2016 - 19:13

Main task in processing bitcoin payments is generate and monitoring an unique address for each new user or invoice. Once payment received and confirmed, API server forward bitcoins to main merchant address, cold storage or exchange to foreign currency on markets.
Simple requests:
GET https://bitaps.com/api/create/payment/{payout_address}/{callback}[?confirmations=0-10&fee_level={high | medium | low}]
{payout_address} Merchant's Bitcoin address where confirmed payments will be transfered
{callback} Urlencoded callback URL
[confirmations] Number of accepted confirmations (optional field, default 3)
[fee_level] Network fee level (optional field, default low)
Query returns: Address, Payment Code and Invoice.
Address is a Bitcoin address to receive payments.

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#2 Renaissance-Design

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Posted 16 December 2016 - 22:31

Interesting, thanks for posting. I already accept Bitcoin through Coinify, but I'm sure it'll be useful for someone.

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