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CryptX has integrated its wallet into the open-source General Bytes Bitcoin ATM platform. The code is now part of the General Bytes BATM standard build and available for review on GitHub. Operators deploying General Bytes BATMs with the latest firmware can now select CryptX from the list of wallet providers.
CryptX is also available as a standard choice on Genesis Coin and will soon be available on other crypto ATM interfaces.
CryptX CTO Irakli Khidesheli noted that “ATM operators are an important partner for CryptX, and by following the example of this integration from General Byte’s open-source code, everyone can see the methods used for achieving this functionality. We will continue to update our integration source code as we release API updates.”
Crypto ATM operators can easily manage liquidity and protect against volatility by enabling autoswaps of their coins within the CryptX wallet whenever balances hit a specified threshold. Blockchain fees are significantly lowered by utilizing SegWit Bech32 addresses and transaction batching to execute swaps.
About General Bytes
General Bytes was founded in 2013 and is the leading bitcoin and blockchain technology provider. Headquartered in Florida, and operating out of the Czech Republic, General Bytes was one of the world’s first providers of Android-based bitcoin ATMs and currently has more than 3,000 BATMs in operation.
CryptX provides enterprise custodial services with institutional-grade security. CryptX wallet allows diverse coin revenues to be managed from one simple interface.