What the Microtransaction API does in addition to the Transaction API, is to propagate smaller and more frequent transactions that still exist on the blockchain and are still publicly auditable. BlockCypher pays the mining fees for the first 8,000 microtransactions. After that number, the company optimizes a fee to gain balance and achieve results.
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The BlockCypher Go SDK by BlockCypher allows developers to integrate the BlockCypher APIs into their Go applications. Almost all API calls are supported, but a few have been dropped to reduce complexity.
The BlockCypher Python SDK by BlockCypher allows developers to integrate the BlockCypher APIs into their Python applications. This SDK should support Python 2.6+ and 3.x, but it hasn't been thoroughly tested with 2.6+.