Play Truly Random is a web service that provides physics-based random bits for games and interactive media, and derives randomness from game processes. Play Truly Randomâ€™s entropy bit pool is derived physical sources such as thermal noise analog electronic circuits, the radioactive decay, and atmospheric shot noise.
The Play Truly Random API provides a RESTful interface for retrieving bit pool data, submitting random bits, and tracking usage statistics.
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