The 21 command line interface and two1 bitcoin library. Send and receive BTC over HTTP.

21: Build the Machine-Payable Web 21 is an open source Python library and command line interface for quickly building machine-payable web services. It allows you to accomplish three major tasks: Get bitcoin on any device

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