CashScript is a high-level programming language for smart contracts on Bitcoin Cash. It offers a strong abstraction layer over Bitcoin Cash' native virtual machine, Bitcoin Script. Its syntax is based on Ethereum's smart contract language Solidity, but its functionality is very different since smart contracts on Bitcoin Cash differ greatly from smart contracts on Ethereum.
Integrate native (non-custodial) Bitcoin Cash transactions into any C# .NET application with internet access.
This library provides a simple interface enabling on-chain sending and receiving of Bitcoin Cash by abstracting away as much complexity as possible.
BitCash is Python’s fastest Bitcoin Cash library and was designed from the beginning to feel intuitive, be effortless to use, and have readable source code. It is heavily inspired by Requests and Keras.
Talk to the blockchain in an easy to understand API. No fussing with other people's software or unreliable third parties. Flowee lets you process or create Bitcoin Cash payments within your own applications. It's easy!
Smart Bitcoin Cash (smartBCH for short) is a sidechain for Bitcoin Cash and has an aim to explore new ideas and unlock possibilities. It is compatible with Ethereum's EVM and Web3 API and provides high throughput for DApps in a fast, secure, and decentralized manner.
Simple Ledger Protocol provides the simplest, fastest, and most liberating token system in existence. SLP tokens can easily be created, traded, and managed on the Bitcoin Cash blockchain within seconds; costing the user only fractions of a penny for each transaction.
Memo is both a protocol and a front-end application. The protocol works by writing transactions to the Bitcoin Cash blockchain. Client applications can read these transactions to see the activity on the network. With current social networks, users do not control their data and can have their accounts removed without reason. The blockchain is more than an uncensorable way to send money, it's an uncensorable way to store data. Memo is an experiment leveraging the blockchain's data storing capabilities.
Recurr is an open protocol, along with open reference applications, that aims to provide a simple solution to Recurring Billing for both cryptocurrency-based and traditional push-payment-based services.
This service generates printable QR Codes (Payment URLs) whose value amounts can be specified in fiat (e.g. USD). When a user scans these QR Codes/Payment URLs into their wallet, the fiat amount specified is converted to its BCH equivalent using Coinbase Exchange Rates. Supports Webhooks.