During the summer of last year, Bitcoin.com has launched a developer suite so that the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) programmers would be able to access the vast resources, tools and the software development kits known as SDKs. During that time, the web portal consisted of three key tools for the Blockchain programmers such as the Bitbox SDK, REST and the GUI platform. But lately, Bitcoin.com has added two more SDKs so as the developers can build applications with the Badger Wallet and the Simple Ledger Protocol (SLP).

The first and the foremost is the Badger SDK that can act as a gateway to the world of BCH apps. The programmers can utilize the Badger API and offer the website visitors with the ability to allow apps to request their permission for sending the BCH, tokens or even authenticate with the Cash-ID protocol. The Badger Wallet has been the BCH version of the Metamask as it allows the connections to a variety of BCH applications and tokens. The Badger software that is based on Chrome and Firefox possesses the ability to process micromanagement and smart assets that fuel decentralized exchanges and power the distributed autonomous organizations.

Last but not the least, the development suite now bears a Simple Ledger Protocol SDK known in short as SLP SDK so as to aid the users in experimenting with the SLP token universe. With the launch of the SLP Cryptocurrency, people have indulged in creating several types of tokens that are built on top of the BCH network. The SLP development kit offers the programmers with the fully featured JavaScript framework that has been powered by Bitbox. This implies that the developers will have access to all of the things they need to issue, trade or spend a token backed by the BCH security chain.

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