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February 25, 2016, 03:59:43 AM
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I'm looking for use case examples of our API. We've had one developer outside of the company come up with an idea, and we hired him to develop it. I'll tell you about that in a minute, and for now...

Wall of Coins (https://wallofcoins.com) has an API that allows developers to post their end users' bitcoin for sale on our network. To take things a step forward, developers can also use the API to help their viewers / end users "fund" their account with cash, buy bitcoin for themselves, or whatever the developer dreams of. Our API has been around for well over a year now, and the solution is mature.

What use cases can you see for such an API? The obvious one is what Airbitz did with Glidera: offer their users a quick way to load their wallet with bitcoin. Another example...

Gift Bitcoin: a developer made an application where someone can load a bitcoin paper wallet and have that paper wallet mailed (or emailed) to their friends, family, or other loved ones. The person who is loading the bitcoin wallet doesn't need to know anything about bitcoin. For example, this could be a parent who wants to give their kids a reason to learn about bitcoin and use it in the real world. Parents love this stuff, especially since their children can later teach them how to use the technology Wink You can see an example of the app here:

https://wallofcoins.com/en/orders/giftwizard

Thoughts? Ideas?

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