Chain enables developers to build block chain applications. To achieve a high level of security, Chain runs a program that compares the transactions in their database against the same transactions in bitcoin, and engineers are alerted if data becomes out of sync.
The Chain Block Chain API provides a platform for developers to build bitcoin applications and features.
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17-11-14 15:31:48[On The Web] NYU Hackathon Excites New Possibilities For Bitcoin Apps updated with Related API Chain Block Chain
07-10-14 15:10:21[SDK] Chain Node.js updated with Related API Chain Block Chain
07-10-14 15:06:28[SDK] Chain iOS updated with Related API Chain Block Chain
03-10-14 19:11:30[SDK] Chain Ruby updated with Related API Chain Block Chain