Crypto Coins Article Crypto Coins, a cryptocurrency that has attracted the attention of governments, investors, and regulators, is launching a new service to provide users with a way to easily generate their own Web specifications.
The service, CryptoVerify, is designed to make it easier for users to verify Web sites and apps and to make sure that they are not in violation of the standards of the Web.
Users can submit a Web specification, a collection of guidelines or other information that should be followed by a Web developer, and the site or app will then be vetted to ensure that it complies with the standards.
The CryptoVerified site will automatically create a template that can be edited to match the specifications that the user has submitted.
Users can then submit their Web specifications as a PDF file that can then be printed and distributed on a website or app.
CryptoVerify is built on top of the open standards that are supported by the Open Web Platform (OWP) and is intended to make verifying Web applications and websites more reliable and transparent.
In addition to providing templates to verify specifications, the site will also offer a dashboard that shows users the status of each of their web applications and how many verified Web pages have been created.
Users who want to submit Web specs to the site can do so by creating a template on CryptoVerifier.org, which is currently available in the CryptoVerification Dashboard.
Users will then need to register with the CryptoTrust service to upload the template and provide it to the website or application, and they can then choose to generate a link that will take them to a website that has the template.
The site also provides an online form for submitting specs, including a link for creating your own template.
Users must provide their own credentials in order to submit their specs, which will then allow them to validate that the specs meet the specifications set by the website, the company said in a blog post.
The service will launch in Europe on June 12, and will also be available in Latin America and the Middle East.
CryptoTrust will be a “first-class provider of trusted, open-source Web services for verifying Web sites,” the company added.