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April 30, 2018, 12:32:16 PM
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Forget all about lengthy sign-ups, applying for merchant accounts and being restricted to one cryptocurrency.

With CryptAPI you can give more choices to your customers, by accepting payments in multiple cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin and IOTA (more coming soon), hassle-free.





Features:






Why use CryptAPI?








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More than 5.000 transactions are being already processed daily with CryptAPI! What are you waiting for?

Getting started is as easy as this:



BTC:
Code:
https://cryptapi.io/api/btc/create?address=1PE5U4temq1rFzseHHGE2L8smwHCyRbkx3&callback=http://example.com/callback?invoice=1234

BCH:
Code:
https://cryptapi.io/api/bch/create?address=bitcoincash:qrz6pkvsaxmy6aypy8sdvg5l3pac8zg3qvtqdaarwq&callback=http://example.com/callback?invoice=1234

ETH:
Code:
https://cryptapi.io/api/eth/create?address=0x76e81bf0d554c1c9237cc143905079c6a4a5bf26&callback=http://example.com/callback?invoice=1234

LTC:
Code:
https://cryptapi.io/api/ltc/create?address=LLGrzcbppKCii4377sMpRiiBeNP8QjWnqt&callback=http://example.com/callback?invoice=1234

IOTA:
Code:
https://cryptapi.io/api/iota/create?address=GCSTVSRTLLPBEXZNGWTDHCGPNVARNSRXFPWGAWTQBSZLIMELSZPWKKTKXHKBXIUDNGQFHVYAZMHG9NXNDRXPRLL9ZA&callback=http://example.com/callback?invoice=1234





Read the full documentation and try it here!









FAQ

What is CryptAPI?
CryptAPI is a payment processor API, which allows you to create payment addresses for your customers on multiple cryptocurrencies easily

How does it work?
With a single line of code you can request a new payment address on any of the supported coins, you just need to provide the callback URL where you will be notified of the payment and the address where you want your payment forwarded to. Give that address to your customer, where he or she can issue the payment, and, as soon as the transaction is confirmed our system will forward the payment to you and notify your callback URL with the payment details (value, TXID in, TXID out, number of confirmations, etc)

How much do I pay to use your service?
You have no costs upfront, but we have a small fee in order to pay for our infrastructure.

I heard there is a "Minimum Amount" to process a payment. What does it mean?
Means that payments below this amount are disregarded by our system and will not be forwarded, due to the TX fees belonging to each network.
These values may be updated in the future based on the coin's value and fees. Here you have a table updated on 1st May 2018:

Coin Minimum Amount      
Bitcoin 0.0005 BTC
Bitcoin Cash 0.0005 BCH
Ethereum 0.001 Ether
Litecoin 0.005 BCH
IOTA 0.5 MIOTA

Where do I sign-up?
You don't! In our service we value your privacy, so there's no sign-ups, API keys or anything like that. All you need to request a new payment address is a callback URL and a Bitcoin/Ethereum/IOTA address.

Where can I read your documentation and try your API?
We have interactive documentation here that you can try for yourself: click here.

How does your system work?
Here is the step-by-step ELI5 walkthrough:
1 - You request a new payment address from our API, with your destination address and callback URL (e.g http://example.com/callback?invoice=1234)
2 - You present your customer with the payment address generated by our system
3 - Your customer sends the amount to the payment address our system generated
4 - Upon confirmation our system forwards the payment to the address you provided when you request the address and notifies your system via the callback URL you provided with the payment details (value, TXID in, TXID out, etc)
5 - Your system confirms the payment value and grants access to the user


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April 30, 2018, 01:53:38 PM
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I might be interested in using this on a service I'm developing, but I was also looking to provide users with the option to pay with Bitcoin Cash. Do you have plans to support BCH?
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April 30, 2018, 10:31:30 PM
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yes, we are looking to integrate Litecoin and Bitcoin Cash in the near future, we expect to have it done within a couple of weeks
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May 01, 2018, 05:16:49 AM
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Where's the list of fees?
Checked clicked the link but it just brought me to your documentation
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May 01, 2018, 08:21:12 AM
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Where's the list of fees?
Checked clicked the link but it just brought me to your documentation

Once you are on DOC page, just click on "GET /btc/create Create a new BTC address to receive payments""

Each coin has different fees..,
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May 01, 2018, 08:51:17 AM
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Where's the list of fees?
Checked clicked the link but it just brought me to your documentation

Here is the full fee formulas with the "minimum amounts" needed to process a payment, for all the coins we support so far (updated on 1st May 2018):

Coin Minimum Amount      Fee
Bitcoin0.0005 BTCmax(0.0002, 0.01 * amount)
Ethereum0.001 Ethermax(0.0005, 0.01 * amount)
IOTA0.5 MIOTAmax(0.25, 0.01 * amount)

(example: bitcoin fee is 1% or 0.0002 bitcoins, whichever is greater)

To check the updated "fees" and "minimum amounts", please always check our DOC page and click on "GET" buttons, as show below:

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May 01, 2018, 11:31:46 PM
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Let's say I want to charge 100 Euro and I want to receive in Ethereum, is there an easy way to convert that into eth? Does the API allow me to do that?
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May 02, 2018, 04:18:22 PM
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Let's say I want to charge 100 Euro and I want to receive in Ethereum, is there an easy way to convert that into eth? Does the API allow me to do that?

When you make a request to create a new payment address you don't specify the amount, the API will forward any amount received (equal or above the minimum) on that address to you.

If you want to request an amount in Euro (or any other FIAT currency) the best way is to use a free price ticker API to get the current price and then do some simple math.

For instance, you can use the Coinmarketcap API: https://api.coinmarketcap.com/v2/ticker/1027/?convert=EUR

get the price (675€) and just do: 100€ (the amount you want) / 675€ = 0.148148148148 eth

Save that amount on your database (along with the invoice) and then tell the user to send that amount to the address.

Then, on your callback logic, just check if the amount sent is 148148148148000000 (0.148148148148 in Wei), and, if so, validate the user's purchase.

Keep in mind that, on the callback request, we send the values in the smallest units of the coin to make it easier, so the values will be sent in Satoshi, Wei and IOTA, not in Bitcoin, Ether or Miota.

Also, beware that those price ticker APIs may have request limits, the Coinmarketcap one shown above asks that you do not make more than 10 requests a minute, which may be not enough if you have high demand. In that case you can create your own price cache, where you poll the API for prices every 5 minutes or so and update the prices on your database. When making a request just check the latest price for that coin on your database.
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May 02, 2018, 09:49:34 PM
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Thank you for the thorough response! I will use this on my project.
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May 03, 2018, 06:03:15 PM
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Great! You will see it is very easy!

However, we are always here to help and to reply to any question

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May 03, 2018, 06:57:56 PM
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looks interesting but is it only possible to accept payments or also posible to send payments with this api ?

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May 03, 2018, 08:12:57 PM
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looks interesting but is it only possible to accept payments or also posible to send payments with this api ?

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Do you mean to use the money collected to pay somebody (as a wallet)?
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May 15, 2018, 10:06:09 PM
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Bitcoin Cash (BCH) now supported!

Bitcoin Cash (BCH) support was one of the most requested features to add on our service and we heard you!

As of today Bitcoin Cash is available for you to use, the API is identical to Bitcoin (and the other coins we support), the interactive documentation can be seen here: https://cryptapi.io/docs/#/Bitcoin_Cash/bchcreate

Any issues or bugs you may find, as well as suggestions, please let us know through our Twitter or the contact form and we'll deal with it ASAP.

Uncertain if you should support Bitcoin or Bitcoin Cash on your service?
We have the answer: why not both?

Stay tuned for more updates as we will introduce support for more coins in the very near future, we are working on implementing and testing Litecoin (LTC), which should be available before the weekend!

Also, due to the systems shortage earlier this week, we decided to wave our fees on Bitcoin API until May 18th, so feel "free" to use it as much as you want!


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May 22, 2018, 08:27:20 PM
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Litecoin (LTC) now supported!

Litecoin (LTC) support was also one of the most requested features to add on our service and we heard you!

As of today Litecoin is available for you to use, the API is identical to Bitcoin (and the other coins we support), the interactive documentation can be seen here: https://cryptapi.io/docs/#/Litecoin

Any issues or bugs you may find, as well as suggestions, please let us know through our Twitter or the contact form and we'll deal with it ASAP.

Uncertain if you should support Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, IOTA or Litecoin on your service?
We have the answer: why not ALL of them?  Cool Grin




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May 22, 2018, 08:38:35 PM
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OUR UPTIME STATUS IS GOING BETTER AND BETTER!



CHECK ANYTIME OUR LIVE STATS!
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