Bitcoin Cash proponents have recently been introduced to a new noncustodial payment processor called Prompt.cash. The platform provides merchants with a simple way to accept peer-to-peer electronic cash payments and can also generate a new address per invoice.
Prompt.cash: A Hosted Noncustodial Payment Processor for Accepting P2P Electronic Cash
A number of innovative applications that leverage the crypto asset bitcoin cash (BCH) are on the horizon. In recent times, BCH fans have been introduced to a newly created payment processor called prompt.cash, a platform that allows people to accept BCH in a noncustodial fashion.
The main developer behind the project is a well known programmer who goes by the name Ekliptor. The dev has 16+ years coding experience and has been working with bitcoin cash payment systems for years now. The engineer also developed cashtippr.com, a WordPress plugin that allows website owners to receive instant tips.
Speaking with Bitcoin.com’s newsdesk, Ekliptor told us why he started working on the prompt.cash noncustodial payment processor. “My experience from this has been that many people in the BCH community asked for a simpler solution and one that they can also put onto non-Wordpress websites within a minute by just copy and pasting,” Ekliptor said.
“Custodial payment processors (our competitors) are like a bank,” the developer added. “They own the money they receive and then later the merchant can withdraw the money into his or her own wallet (or not in case of compliance issues or a …
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