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I know that multibit has the capacity to have multiple wallets, but no API access. bitcoind has great API access, but only one wallet. Is there any solution that combines the two?

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QOINPro is an online wallet for around 10 cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, Litecoin and Dogecoin. Additionally, they award coins daily just for being signed up. It's not much, but something while they don't charge anything.

  • At first I thought that the promoted service sounded like a scam, because they were promising to give away money for signed up users. However, it appears to be more of a faucet style enterprise. Still, if you consider putting more money there, you might want to do more research. – Murch Jan 3 '15 at 11:30
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The wallet that I develop, Coinomi, has a core library (java based) that could be used to host 9 cryptocurrencies at the moment. The private keys are always stored on the client and not on the Electrum servers that it uses to update it's state.

Currently you need to include it in your java project but it is possible to create a JSON API to be language agnostic, it just needs some development.

https://github.com/Coinomi/coinomi-android

  • When can we see a JSON API? I code in node.js and would love to build a public node module for people to use – Ben Muircroft May 22 '15 at 18:04

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