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December 29, 2014, 03:10:12 AM
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I want to develope a tool to check addresses balannce not one or two more than 1000 and
in a nice time . Can i do it with json-rpc and php ?
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December 29, 2014, 12:01:09 PM
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Hello everyone
I want to develope a tool to check addresses balannce not one or two more than 1000 and
in a nice time . Can i do it with json-rpc and php ?

Yes, you can.
Just listen network for new blocks, retrieve information from them, parse transactions and update balances in your own SQL database.
You can have up-to-date balances for all 50 millions (I do not know the exact number) addresses ever existed in blockchain.
Not very difficult. But has no sense.
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December 29, 2014, 03:24:23 PM
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Hello everyone
I want to develope a tool to check addresses balannce not one or two more than 1000 and
in a nice time . Can i do it with json-rpc and php ?

Yes, you can.
Just listen network for new blocks, retrieve information from them, parse transactions and update balances in your own SQL database.
You can have up-to-date balances for all 50 millions (I do not know the exact number) addresses ever existed in blockchain.
Not very difficult. But has no sense.

Ok thanks
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