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1  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / DuckDuckGo now supports bitcoin addresses, transactions and blocks on: August 13, 2014, 04:33:45 PM
Few weeks ago we submitted a Git pull request to the DuckDuckGo anonymous search engine, which enables you to instantly get basic information about Bitcoin addresses, blocks and transactions.

We are now happy to announce that our pull request has been merged to master, which means you can enjoy this nice feature, powered by the Biteasy Blockchain API on the live DuckDuckGo site!

Check out a few screenshots:







OR

try out the real thing Smiley
2  Economy / Service Announcements / BITEASY.com | Fast Blockchain Explorer | TESTNET | REST API | WEBSOCKETS API | on: November 17, 2013, 08:28:41 PM


We are very pleased to announce the launch of our new website, Biteasy.com!

Our vision is to make bitcoin as easy and simple to use as possible through the services we will be providing.

We are planning to have a complete solution suite, suitable for everybody, whether you are a developer, merchant, or end-user, starting with our Blockexplorer and a REST API for it.

There will be a lot of activity the next few months in order to bring everything we promised to life as soon as possible, so make sure you stay up-2-date by checking our blog or our twitter!

Finally, special thanks goes to Mike Hearn and Matt Corallo (authors of bitcoinj) for their valuable feedback to our project.
3  Other / Beginners & Help / Biteasy.com | Blockexplorer with REST API (& more coming soon) on: November 17, 2013, 04:13:35 PM


We are very pleased to announce the launch of our new website, Biteasy.com!

Our vision is to make bitcoin as easy and simple to use as possible through the services we will be providing.

We are planning to have a complete solution suite, suitable for everybody, whether you are a developer, merchant, or end-user, starting with our Blockexplorer and a REST API for it.

There will be a lot of activity the next few months in order to bring everything we promised to life as soon as possible, so make sure you stay up-2-date by checking our blog or our twitter!

Finally, special thanks goes to Mike Hearn and Matt Corallo (authors of bitcoinj) for their valuable feedback to our project.
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