Tatum, a blockchain development platform, today announced the launch of its new C #-based SDK. With the latest Tatum C # SDK, users can build full-fledged applications for over 40 blockchain protocols.
The C # SDK offers over 300 API endpoints, and developers can perform a wide range of blockchain operations on any supported blockchain, from generating wallets, addresses, and private keys. deploying, creating, transferring and burning various types of tokens, operating Tatum virtual accounts, and deploying out-of-the-box backend smart contract features.
- With the C # SDK, developers can generate wallets and sign transactions locally, so private keys never leave the security perimeter. Moreover, the API key is stored as an environment variable, so users never even have to send an API key over the internet. In addition, the use of “Client” methods in the SDK guarantees the highest degree of security by keeping sensitive data on site.
- Developers familiar with C # can create everything from multi-chain NFT markets to crypto exchanges, multi-currency wallet applications, or any blockchain-based solution imaginable without the need to learn a new programming language.
“With Tatum’s infrastructure, you never need to install or worry about synchronizing your nodes. Our DevOps teams work around the clock to ensure that you can build seamless blockchain applications across 40+ protocols without ever having to factor in the time and costs associated with running nodes.
– The Tatum team
Those interested in learning more, including downloading the C # SDK, can check out the Tatum GitHub.