We have released two new endpoints for preparing token transfers as part of our Blockchain Tools:
Using these two separate endpoints, customers can prepare transfers for fungible and non-fungible tokens from an address with private and public keys. The address doesn’t have to belong to a wallet. The response will include the transaction fee in Wei.
What else is new:
Technical documentation updates:
We’ve added additional information on the paginated and list based endpoints and we’ve updated the values for API requests.
We've also updated our Key Management System (KMS) on GitHub.
Here is what's new in our latest release:
New endpoint: Prepare Transaction From Address
Through this endpoint customers can prepare a transaction from an address with private and public keys. The address doesn’t have to belong to a wallet. The response will include the transaction fee in Wei. The API is part of Blockchain Tools.
The endpoint Prepare An Account Based Transaction From HD Wallet has been renamed to Prepare A Transaction From an Address in HD Wallet (xPub, yPub, zPub) to more correctly reflect its purpose.
We’ve also updated our Node.js SDK and our Key Management System on GitHub.
Please update your libraries if you’ve used this endpoint.
The Crypto APIs Team
We’ve added two new blockchain-specific endpoints in our Wallet as a Service that can be used to stake and unfreeze TRX for bandwidth or energy on the TRON network. We’ve also made some changes and improvements to existing endpoints. See the details below:
New TRON-specific endpoints:
Improvements to existing endpoints:
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We've added some new features and provided support for more blockchain protocols to existing API endpoints.
Here is what's new:
List Unspent Transaction Outputs By Address - we've added a new response attribute isAvailable. Through this endpoint customers can list their transactions' unspent outputs by address.
Prepare An Account-Based Transaction From HD Wallet (xPub, yPub, zPub) - we've added a new response attribute unit. Using this API endpoint users can prepare a transaction for signing from a synced with Crypto APIs address from the specific xPub.
Derive And Sync New Change Addresses - we've expanded the support for more blockchains in this API and customers can now use it with Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, Dash, Dogecoin and ZCash.
Derive And Sync New Receiving Address - we've added more supported blockchains in this API endpoint and customers can now use it also with Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, Dash, Dogecoin, ZCash, XRP, Tron and Ethereum Classic.
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In our latest release we added support for the BNB Smart Chain (BSC) Mainnet in several of our products and API endpoints.
Crypto APIs customers can now query blockchain data and transact on the BSC Mainnet, set up webhooks for events on the blockchain, derive and sync HD wallets and more.
Here is the full list with endpoints with added support for BSC Mainnet:
Wallet as a Service:
Blockchain Events (Webhooks):
We continue working to provide BSC Mainnet support for more products and endpoints and launch new features and functionalities. Stay tuned!
The Crypto APIs Team
We are pleased to announce the launch of more new endpoints for interacting with blockchain protocols and getting notified for anything that happens on-chain.
Here is what’s new:
Wallet as a Service: Create New Master Wallet
Through this endpoint customers can easily create a new Master Wallet through the API. The user provides the desired Wallet name and in return the response includes the walletId.
When creating a wallet, the customer can select whether to create a Testnet or Mainnet wallet. That new Wallet can be additionally also backed up through the Crypto APIs Dashboard.
Improvement: XRP has been as a possible value to endpoint "Create Coins Transaction From Address for Whole Amount"
Blockchain Webhooks: New Reverted Block
We are happy to announce that Bitcoin Taproot addresses are now supported in our blockchain infrastructure suite.
Customers can now get details on blockchain data, including addresses and transaction details for Bech32m addresses.
Taproot addresses were introduced at the end of 2021 with the Taproot upgrade that aimed to improve privacy and efficiency of the blockchain network. Its impact is expected to become more significant over the years.
Today we uploaded a new feature to our Wallet as a Service product - Test wallets! 🥳
We have separated the management and creation of Wallets depending on their network. Test Wallets work only with testnet addresses, and Main Wallets - only with mainnet addresses.
All Wallets are still accessible the same way through the Dashboard and are now marked with a type, depending on the network. You can also create each Wallet type individually from the same location. ✌
We believe this change will make the use of WaaS better and easier for all customers! 🌞
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