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Open-source key management system for secure storing of private keys.
A set of prepared cryptographic APIs with unified endpoints which save time and effort.
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MPC-based multi-currency wallet infrastructure for managing digital assets.
Forward automatically any received coins or tokens to a main deposit address.
Crypto APIs supports Dogecoin API among the rest of blockchain protocols. Firstly founded in 2013, Dogecoin emerged as a fork of Litecoin. It was initially seen as a community venture, which could be used in micro transactions in order to tip people and content on Reddit or Twitter. Particularly for the fan base, the coin soon became to represent a tone of appreciation for entertainment, rather than necessarily getting richer.
It has experienced flunctuations throughout the years, and at the moment of writing this, the Dogecoin is valued $0.003152 with a 24-hour trading volume of $ 75.39M across 70 exchanges.
Crypto APIs provides endpoints similar to Bitcoin API and Bitcoin Cash API related to: general information, addresses, transactions, wallets, payment forwarding and webhook notifications.
Based on Dogecoin as a resource for the address endpoint, Dogecoin API allows you to look up information on, for example:
Through ECDSA in Dogecoin, the user can generate a public address and then use that as one of the query parameters for the GET request:
Eventually, the returned object contains information about the address, including its balance in Dogecoins and the number of transactions that associate with it.
Similarly, Dogecoin API can leverage the usage of both HD Wallets and normal Wallets, just by using their $NAME instead of $ADDRESS. However, the results in this case show serially; that is to say, the results will appear as if each API call were done sequentially.
Moreover, this endpoint allows the user to create a new wallet. POSTing a partially filled out Wallet or HDWallet object, depending on the endpoint, for instance:
Normal wallet – the user must include WALLET_NAME attribute and at least one public address in the ADDRESSES array
HD wallet – the user must include WALLET_NAME, the ADDRESS_COUNT and the PASSWORD attributes
The Refund Transaction Endpoint allows users to easily return the amount in doge they have received from an unknown source. Only two fields are required: the txid of the transcation and the wif of the recipient address. Additionally, there is an optional field fee. If the user doesn’t set the fee field, the system will set the recommended fee from the Transaction Fee Endpoint.
Finally, these show a few examples of how endpoints help in integrating the Dogecoin API into your website
Read more on our docs here.