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An open source library launched by BitPay to make it easier to build Bitcoin apps

Feb 15 2014, 11:48am CST | by , in News | Technology News

An open source library launched by BitPay
 
 

A library launched by the major Bitcoin payments processor for ease of access for developers

The concept of bitcoin is not a completely new phenomenon and after being around for almost five years, they are being recognized by everyone. The reason for its popularity is that its user base has been increasing. Initially only the most technical kind of people or the programmers used this form of online money but now the use has been spread a little further, though it is still restricted to nerdy people to a great extent. Though this online currency has gained fame, there is one thing which is stopping it from getting mainstream. The reason is that it is too difficult to use and handle but this problem might be cut down to some extent with the help of a new project which has just been launched by BitPay, a major Bitcoin payments processor.

 

An open source Javascript library has been launched by BitPay and it is going to help in the building up of apps and tools for Bitcoin, making the process easier. This will provide easy access for the developers and this in turn will help them coin out ways to help provide more user friendly access into the bitcoin world by the common people.

source: theverge

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