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January 29, 2018, 02:36:17 PM
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Apirone.com is a processing of bitcoin payments with the SegWit technology support.

In the project called Apirone there was created a service that is fully compatible with Blockchain.info API v1, which is so popular with a wide audience.

Apirone does not withhold customers’ funds, does not store them, and does not manage someone else’s «coins». After the first confirmation of the network, they are immediately forwarded to the user's address.

Apirone was the first to make a payment forwarding with the application of the SegWit technology! As the destination address, you can indicate any type of bitcoin addresses that exists at the moment: standard addresses starting with "1" (P2PKH); Pay to Script Hash addresses with the SegWit support (P2SH-P2WPKH), starting with "3"; as well as new SegWit addresses starting with "bc" (P2WPKH).

Transactions with a SegWit-signature are added to the blocks with a priority, and the network commission is much lower in this case, which, as a result, helps the sender of a transaction to save time and money on sending the payment.

By default, the service generates a P2SH-P2WPKH address with the SegWit support for the payments. Both old and modern bitcoin wallets can use such addresses. The service uses exactly this type of address because at the moment only about 20% of net members support the SegWit, and there is an extremely small number of wallets that support the QR-code recognition and effect payments on the native SegWit addresses.

As a matter of convenience, Apirone uses a GET-request to confirm a payment. In this case, there are no conflicts with the security policies of different stores or other access problems (for example, restrictions on POST-requests from external resources).

And for the security and anonymity geeks the company made the callback to the TOR network possible.

The API of the forwarding service is open to all the users and doesn’t require registration. You don’t need to verify your email address, and the company doesn’t have the ability to block accounts because they are simply unnecessary. Everyone can take bitcoin payments, this is the Satoshi Nakamoto’s ideology.

API documentation: https://apirone.com/docs/
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January 30, 2018, 10:58:00 AM
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The whole world is a scum, but something is much more scum and another something is less.
What do you mean? Did you try it?

I'm looking for processing service for my tiny business. Can you recommend something?
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January 30, 2018, 02:22:10 PM
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The whole world is a scum, but something is much more scum and another something is less.
What do you mean? Did you try it?

I'm looking for processing service for my tiny business. Can you recommend something?

I mean SCAM, go and learn english (apirone_com) before before registering new accounts and trying to represent something here  Grin

Sorry dude, it was a pun Wink I'm not that service representer SmileySmileySmiley

And what about recomendations or something else? Did you try any similar services?
I need to get BTC (and maybe BCC) forwarding with TOR support for callbacks to my online shops.
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January 30, 2018, 06:48:48 PM
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Hi.
My name is Boyarov Maksim, founder of https://apirone.com - SegWit Bitcoin Processing Provider.
Thanks everyone for the interest to our company.

WMK, I hope you really tried our stable and honest service. If you have any problems please make screenshots or provide proof. Don't be unsubstantiated.
I will glad to be your VIP support manager and resolve any issue with our processing.
Please do not hesitate to ask me any questions.

Best regards,
Boyarov Maksim
founder@apirone.com
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January 30, 2018, 11:15:05 PM
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Hi.
My name is Boyarov Maksim, founder of https://apirone.com - SegWit Bitcoin Processing Provider.
Thanks everyone for the interest to our company.

WMK, I hope you really tried our stable and honest service. If you have any problems please make screenshots or provide proof. Don't be unsubstantiated.
I will glad to be your VIP support manager and resolve any issue with our processing.
Please do not hesitate to ask me any questions.

Best regards,
Boyarov Maksim
founder@apirone.com

Check your pm pls.
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February 03, 2018, 06:19:31 AM
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It's not pretty true.
Apirone_com is the corporate account of https://apirone.com.
Boyarov_Maksim is our founder's account.

We have a big team with freelancers. Each person has different roles: SMM and advertising managers, translator, designer, software developers.

Subscribe to our project and stay tuned!
https://twitter.com/apirone_com
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February 03, 2018, 06:26:24 AM
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Site en version française bientôt disponible!

https://twitter.com/apirone_com/status/959440518706016257
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May 14, 2018, 11:10:07 AM
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Hi everyone,

we have a new integration on our site, a Proof of concept for a Bitcoin e-commerce site using our API which primarily addresses itself to beginners. Now, you can learn how to accept bitcoin in your store even if you are not a geek or a programmer.

All you have to do is set up the integration and change parameters as noted on the page. Just follow the instructions. Once the database is created, open page in a browser and click button "Bitcoin Pay now". This will give you an opportunity to see how bitcoin works. You will see an invoice page, the preparation of a query request, bitcoin addresses and a QR Code and you will quickly become familiar with Bitcoin network confirmations.

Once again, this is only for beginners. To complement this post, here's a little infographic to summarize the transaction process. And if you have questions (no matter your skill level or your goals), it will be a pleasure to answer you.  

Link: https://apirone.com/integrations/

Infographic: https://apirone.com/static/img/horizontal.png
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