Prompt.cash, a bitcoin payment processor, adds a lot of interesting features. The payment processor now has a URL shortener that allows users to monetize content on any website on the web. Prompt.cash has also added Paypal API integrations, making it easier for merchants to test Bitcoin Cash payments seamlessly.
Prompt.cash Adds URL Shortcut Functionality
Prompt.cash, hosted unauthorized bitcoin moneyBCH) -based payment processor adds many important updates that extend the features of the platform. While the platform was launched just three months ago, they are already introducing new features to make its offering more useful to its users. One of these interesting additions is a URL shortener. This will allow users to monetize access to any website. Prompt.cash can also accept any Simple Ledger Protocol (SLP) tokens created by the Bitcoin Cash chain.
We are happy to announce that we are the first Payment Processor to accept everything #SLP signs on #BitcoinCash.
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– PromptCash (@CashPrompt) July 4, 2021
While URL shorteners are not something new, most companies providing this service are reliable. Prompt.cash uses a bitcoin money address to send the received payment directly to the user’s wallet. This provides an immediate redemption of the funds received. It also gives the user an advantage compared to traditional service offerings. Using these fiat-based competitors, the customer needs to withdraw the funds manually after a certain amount is reached.
Paypal API integration allows Seamless Migration
One of the biggest problems facing start-up payment processors is the cost of integration. Many companies that would like to test new payment processors often deliver them. This is due to the price associated with integrating them into their structure. Prompt.cash is aware of this issue and is working to minimize the friction and cost of adding cash payments to every platform out there.
Ekliptor, the developer of Prompt.cash, declared that Paypal Rest API integration will help a lot to achieve this goal. Ecliptor emphasized:
Compatibility on the API layer enables websites using Paypal to test cash payments without investing a lot of resources and programming knowledge.
As a result of this work, merchants can modify any of the thousands of plugins out there to make it compatible with Prompt.cash. Consequently, just by changing a few things, these traders will be able to offer bitcoin cash payments soon.
To make things easier for traders, Prompt.cash has integration with many popular platforms. Because of this, static pages, WordPress, Node.js, PHP, WHCMS and Android-based 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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