While we are working on our apps, we are also developing libraries to make our life easier. We are sharing some of them for free to enable other developers to use them, too.

AtomicPay .Net SDK

Ever wanted to integrate crypto payments into your app? With AtomicPay, it is easier than it has ever been! AtomicPay is a non-custodial payment provider, that sits on top of wallets owned by you. Payments always go directly into your wallet, AtomicPay just handles the invoicing for you. We are developing and maintaining the official .Net SDK for AtomicPay.

Get the library on NuGet or find a more detailed overview and the source code on GitHub.

CoinPaprika API client

CoinPaprika is a crypto currency data aggregator. They are pulling their base data from more than 150 exchanges and provide a whole bunch of data that might be useful for your crypto related application. We are developing and maintaining the C# ApiClient.

Get the library on NuGet or find a more detailed overview and the source code on GitHub.

WordPressReader (Standard) library

If you want to create apps that are working with the WordPress API to get data, this library is for you. The library focuses on fetching data from the WordPress API.

Get the library on NuGet and find a more detailed overview on all features in our Wiki on GitHub.

SteemConnect.Net library

We are always looking into new areas. Steemit is a blockchain based social network that rewards users for interaction an posting (think of getting paid for blogging, commenting, etc.). SteemConnect adds an oAuth-Layer to enable easier and more secure interaction between the blockchain and applications. As it is often the case, there was no C# implementation of their SDK, so we did the work and ported it over to .NetStandard 2.0.

Get the library on NuGet or have a look at the source code on Github.

PortableUserVoice library

We were using UserVoice for our support, feedback and faq and developed Voices Admin to respond to our users also while we are on the go. In the meantime, UserVoice changed their pricing strategy to focus on Enterprise customers, and is no longer our service of choise. The PortableUserVoice library remains available as is, but is no longer actively developed.


WordPressUniversal library is deprecated and replaced by WordPressReader (Standard).