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I want to create a website when users on singing up will get a unique address and after getting my websites service,they can withdrawal the money also automatically. Is that bitcoin integration free ? Plz help i am noobie to this.

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    It's hard for me to understand your question. Please try and be more precise! What is it exactly that you want to do? Accept bitcoin for services? Or send people bitcoin? Both? What does this have to do with ripple-gateways or exchanges? – stefanwouldgo May 16 at 8:12
  • Means i want a website where people on signing up will get a unique address. And on certain game or competition they will either loose or win bitcoin. And they can withdraw their amount automatically. Is bitcoin integration free and what is meant by running full node etc. Blah blah blah – TARUN SINGH May 17 at 8:17
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    There are many things hidden in that question of yours. It's not really a question at all, but more of a plea that says something like 'I want to create some website business that uses bitcoin. Can someone please do my work for me, explain bitcoin to me and figure out how it fits into my (secret or unknown) business idea?'. The 'blah blah blah' is a good indicator here. – stefanwouldgo May 17 at 8:33
  • I would advise you to first find out more concrete questions, like for example "what is meant by running a full node?". That's a good question. You will find great answers already present, like this one: bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/48436/… – stefanwouldgo May 17 at 8:33
  • Once you have worked through the answers and links provided there, new questions will arise, and you can repeat the process. This in turn will lead to more clarity about how bitcoin works and what it can or cannot do for your business idea. Notice that is work that needs to be done by yourself. Asking others to do it for you is lazy and probably won't work. – stefanwouldgo May 17 at 8:35
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You could use online providers such as:

Or install Bitcoin Core to run a full node and use RPC APIs

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