transaction-api\CreateTxToFundMultisigAddrWithBuilder.php
<?php

Fund multisig address (using builder)

This sample code demonstrate how you can create a new transaction, as documented here at: http://dev.blockcypher.com/#creating-transactions

Destination address is a multisig address.

API used: POST /v1/btc/main/txs/new

require __DIR__ . '/../bootstrap.php'; $input = \BlockCypher\Builder\TXInputBuilder::aTXInput() ->addAddress("n3D2YXwvpoPg8FhcWpzJiS3SvKKGD8AXZ4") ->build(); $output = \BlockCypher\Builder\TXOutputBuilder::aTXOutput() ->withScryptType("multisig-2-of-3") ->withValue(1000) ->addAddress("03798be8162d7d6bc5c4e3b236100fcc0dfee899130f84c97d3a49faf83450fd81") ->addAddress("03dd9f1d4a39951013b4305bf61887ada66439ab84a9a2f8aca9dc736041f815f1") ->addAddress("03c8e6e99c1d0b42120d5cf40c963e5e8048fd2d2a184758784a041a9d101f1f02") ->build(); $tx = \BlockCypher\Builder\TXBuilder::aTX() ->addTXInput($input) ->addTXOutput($output) ->build(); $txClient = new \BlockCypher\Client\TXClient($apiContexts['BTC.test3']); try { $txSkeleton = $txClient->create($tx); } catch (\Exception $ex) { ResultPrinter::printError("Created Multisig TX (fund multisig addr)", "TXSkeleton", null, $request, $ex); exit(1); } ResultPrinter::printResult("Created Multisig TX (fund multisig addr)", "TXSkeleton", $txSkeleton->getTx()->getHash(), $tx, $txSkeleton);