Read.Cash is an online application that enables users to manage their multiple wallets from various bitcoin applications such as memo.cash, yours.org, and blockpress in a unified location without any risks. Read.Cash seeks to improve on the current bitcoin apps that have individual embedded wallets, making it difficult to track the wallets across different apps.
Users can add multiple wallets to the platform. The wallet is then connected to the MoneyButton that lets the users recharge their wallet accounts with just a single click. They could also recharge their accounts using the provided QR code.
Features of Read.Cash
Simple and Read-only: this feature is useful in reading balances from the linked wallets. It does not contain private key management, seed phrase or any complex procedures. Therefore, users can add bitcoin addresses from bitcoin apps easily and instantly begin managing their wallets.
Ability to monitor changes: changes to the wallet are automatically updated once the users refresh the page. The changes could include spending or incoming transactions. Additionally, users can monitor changes in Bitcoin wallets that they do not own as the platform works by adding public addresses.
Elimination of Risk: the application works using public address and not private keys, this therefore means that the risk of losing money on the platform is eliminated.
Serverless: Read.Cash is built on HTML hosted on Github and data is not stored on any backend system. Its source code is also open source, making the app transparent compared to other similar applications.
Recharge of wallets: the application implements technology such as ‘QR Code’ and Moneybutton, which synchronize the recharging of various wallets into one single place.
Multiple currencies: Read.cash is compatible with almost all cryptocurrencies, which implies that users can make payment using the various cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, LiteCoin, etc.
How does Read.Cash work?
Once you add the desired wallet on the application, you can view the sum total of your coins on the header of the application. Users can add wallet addresses manually however; sites can integrate with application by linking it to the provided URL. Multiple wallets can be added at the same time by separating the multiple wallet addresses using commas.
After any transaction, the users could refresh the page to view the remaining balance or view any incoming transactions, which are indicated by a green arrow. The user can also request for payments by sharing out their wallet’s URL. The sender can choose any of the payment methods available to pay the users.
Read.Cash is completely open source therefore, users can send pull request and start discussion if they have any feature requests.