Bitcoin Cash payment processor evolves by adding URL shortener and Paypal API integration – Bitcoin News


Prompt.cash, a Bitcoin Cash non-depository payment processor, adds a bunch of cool features. The payment processor now has a URL shortener that allows users to monetize content on any site on the net. In addition, Prompt.cash has added Paypal API integrations, which makes it easier for merchants to test Bitcoin Cash payments in a transparent manner.

Prompt.cash adds URL shortening feature

Prompt.cash, an unauthorized hosted payment processor based on bitcoin cash (BCH), adds a host of important updates that extend the functionality of the platform. While the platform was launched just three months ago, they are already introducing new features to make its proposition more useful to its users. One of those interesting additions is a URL shortener. This will allow users to monetize access to any website. Prompt.cash can also accept all Simple Ledger Protocol (SLP) tokens issued using the Bitcoin Cash channel.

While URL shorteners aren’t something new, most of the companies providing this service are fiat-based. Prompt.cash uses a Bitcoin Cash address to send the received payment directly to the user’s wallet. This allows for instant refund of funds received. It also gives the user an advantage over traditional service offerings. Using these fiat-based competitors, the customer has to withdraw the funds manually once a certain amount is reached.

The integration of the Paypal API allows a seamless migration

One of the biggest issues facing nascent payment processors is the cost of integration. Many companies who want to test new payment processors often ignore them. This is because of the price associated with their integration into their structure. Prompt.cash is aware of this problem and works to minimize the friction and costs associated with adding bitcoin cash payments to each platform.

Ekliptor, the developer of Prompt.cash, said the integration of the Paypal Rest API will go a long way towards achieving this goal. Ekliptor pointed out:

API layer compatibility allows websites using Paypal to try bitcoin cash payments without investing a lot of developer resources and knowledge.

As a result of this work, merchants can modify any of the thousands of plugins available to make it compatible with Prompt.cash. Therefore, by simply changing a few things, these merchants will be able to offer bitcoin cash payments in no time.

To make things even easier for traders, Prompt.cash offers integration with many popular platforms. For this reason, static pages, WordPress, Node.js, PHP, WHCMS and Android platforms can integrate Prompt.cash payments. In addition to these benefits, Prompt.cash offers examples for non-coders to understand what needs to be done and apply it to their own platforms.

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