JoyToken, a blockchain startup that aims to develop an infrastructure protocol for the gaming industry, has released an API that demonstrates how games will run on its platform. The platform employs smart contracts to create what the company calls a "'trustless' gambling ecosystem."
Twelve APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Printing, Games, Messaging, and Cryptocurrency. Highlights include the KubeVirt API for managing VMs in Kubernetes and an API for advertising service AdGlare. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Global payments company Mastercard has announced that it will be opening up its internal blockchain API to developers. According to the company, the API, which is focused on B2B transactions, "Mastercard’s blockchain solution provides a new way for consumers, businesses and banks to transact."