Bytecoin Launches New RPC Wallet to Facilitate the Integration of Its API

Bytecoin Launches New RPC Wallet to Facilitate the Integration of Its API

The Bytecoin team-who are developing an untraceable and open decentralized cryptocurrency-has released a new version of its e-commerce solution called Bytecoin RPC Wallet, which allows merchants and online businesses to accept incoming payments secured with modern cryptographic algorithms that are "impossible to hack." The RPC Wallet was launched specifically to provide online businesses access to the Bytecoin platform directly through a cryptocurrency wallet interface, and offers an application program interface (API) which can be easily integrated by merchants and businesses. The new....


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