Here you can find an answer for your question about crypto processing.io technical solution.

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1. Can I test the cryptoprocessing platform before being charged?

Yes, you can test API for free, within the specified limits. We support third-party development and are open to discuss individual conditions of integration

2. How does cryptoprocessing.io pricing work?

The price can be set individually, depending on the planned volume of transactions, the residency of your customers and the current stage of development. For more detailed information, you can contact our sales team.

3. How is my cryptoprocessing.io account secured?

All the account passwords are salted/bcrypt-hashed, and even if someone were to access your account, the most they could do is steal token access (which can easily be fixed with a password reset and generating a new token). Since we don't store your private keys, there's not much to steal.

4. What sort of APIs does Cryptoprocessing provide?

All kinds! You can see the full list on the reference docs, but to offer a general overview, it ranges from basic queries like address/block/transaction details to fully fledged transaction and contract creation tools and robust WebHook events.

5. I can't find a library for C#, Script, Go, etc. What do I do?

You should contact us at [email protected] and let us know which language you need the library for, and we will be happy to make one for you. Alternatively, you can implement your own using the URLs and parameters provided in our API docs.

6. What is a webhook?

Webhooks allow you to monitor for updates to charges associated with your account. You might use webhooks to update a database record when a payment succeeds or to email a customer when a payment has been confirmed.

Cryptoprocessing will send webhook events whenever you successfully receive a payment. Take a look at our API docs to learn more about our implementation.

7. What is the TestNet?

The TestNet is separate from the Bitcoin network, used primarily by developers for testing Bitcoin-related applications. Although similar, the TestNet and the Bitcoin network are not compatible, meaning you can't use bitcoins on the TestNet, and you can't use TestNet coins on the Bitcoin network.

8. I found a bug, what do I do?

Awesome! We love fixing bugs. Contact us, and maybe you'll get a fat reward for it. ;)