One API Key for access to all TAAL services. Submit raw transactions to the BitcoinSV blockchain, instant verification and querying capabilities without having to operate a node.Get API
It was never easier to send data files to the blockchain. A small simple service to download and run on your own machine, with you holding and controlling your private keys, for raw, hashed, encrypted files. No need to deal with coins. For “new joiners”, check out the simple GUI.Download Now
UTXO management service to manage your utxo to build your transaction
Submit your transactions through one of our APIs for validation and broadcasting to the network
Broadcast transaction to the network
A simple, web-based interface connects builders to the right tools and access points for seamless and scalable blockchain transaction processing.
Real-time activity dashboards
API Key management
Testnet & Mainnet access
There are a growing number of applications that your business can connect with to support and optimize your day-to-day operations, or use TAAL’s robust tool kit to build your own solution.
“We have tested and used every other tokenization solution that's out there, but the benefit definitely of the STAS token is it is all in native bitcoin script and that means we can keep it as a bitcoin transaction.”
“TAAL is fundamental to mintBlue's proposition of ensuring the best experience to businesses looking for blockchain solutions.”
Niels Van Den Bergh
“TAAL is the fuel for the BSV ecosystem. Without their mining and processing power, none of the work businesses like ours do on the blockchain could exist.”
Co-founder, VX Pass
If you are building an application, looking to create and manage tokens on top of the BitcoinSV blockchain, or interested to start TAAL and its partners can help you Get Started using the right tools and solutions.
APIs define how programs interact, including their access to, and use of, data through calls or requests made at API endpoints, for instance the URL of a server. TAAL, a blockchain transaction processor, shares its API endpoints with application developers, who embed this data into blockchain transactions.
There are two types of transactions on BitcoinSV, which are public and can be viewed by everybody –