Burstcoin node running 24/7 with fully synchronized blockchain. You find the software here : Burstcoin Reference Software or also on our download section It is also recommend to setup a testnet node for QA and testing purposes. All examples in this document use the 6876 testnet port. The mainnet port is 8123.
Unlike Bitcoin's throw away addresses, Burstcoin addresses are somewhat expensive to maintain. Each address and public key combination are maintained forever in the blockchain, however maintaining a completely empty account is less costly than maintaining an account with non zero balance. Due to this we do not recommend using a throw away address per deposit. [...]
When a user wants to withdraw to a specific account, you ask him for the account id he wants to withdraw to. When you receive this account id, you must first check if that account has a public key attached to it or not (i.e. if it’s new or not). To do this, you must [...]
Burst Account Format The account ID is stored internally as a 64 bit signed long variable. When used in APIs it is usually returned as both unsigned number represented as string and using alphanumeric Reed-Solomon representation starting with "BURST-" prefix. For example: BURST-ER8M-SYV3-R7EK-EUF3L In API request parameters and response JSON, you will find both representations, [...]