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1  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: JSON-RPC password on: July 25, 2010, 08:34:53 PM
Whilst putting some security in is a good idea, it appears the JSON-RPC PHP doesn't support basic HTTP authentication right now. It'd have to be hacked in. Is anyone else using similar libraries going to encounter the same problem?

Also, whilst we're on the subject is bitcoind only binding to the loopback interface?
The PHP library I'm using definitely supports HTTP Basic authentication. You just have to craft the URL right:
http://username:password@localhost:8332/

Of course, you can specify the username and password as part of the URL Cheesy. Think a BC or two is deserved for that one Smiley - sent.
2  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: IRC weekly meetings on: July 25, 2010, 08:33:05 PM
Sunday 19:00+ GMT is awesome for me Smiley
3  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: JSON-RPC password on: July 25, 2010, 08:08:02 PM
Whilst putting some security in is a good idea, it appears the JSON-RPC PHP doesn't support basic HTTP authentication right now. It'd have to be hacked in. Is anyone else using similar libraries going to encounter the same problem?

Also, whilst we're on the subject is bitcoind only binding to the loopback interface?
4  Economy / Marketplace / Re: BitCoin Merchant Service on: July 25, 2010, 11:57:50 AM
That seems easier than doing it by hand   Smiley

I sell Amazon.com gift vouchers on my site but I dont use ecommerce software.I do it the old fashioned way lol

Do you buy them to order or keep a selection in stock @noagendamarket ? Maybe we could work together on a bigger combined store? Smiley
5  Economy / Marketplace / Re: BitCoin Merchant Service on: July 24, 2010, 04:56:51 PM
@jgarzik - Send me a private message detailing:

  • Name of shop
  • URL
  • BitCoin address for payments
  • Shop software you are using/intend to use - e.g. UberCart/ZenCart/OSCommerce/Other

I'll take a look at your site and get the ball rolling.
6  Economy / Marketplace / Re: BitCoin Merchant Service on: July 24, 2010, 04:25:20 PM
Looks very cool.

Im at the checkout ... should I go further?

If you're actually buying gift certificates and you've started a new order go for it Smiley. Remember that those vouchers are for Amazon.co.uk and not Amazon.com. If you have any problems give us a shout - I've not stocked many vouchers on there yet as I'm somewhat testing the waters.
7  Economy / Marketplace / Re: We accept Bitcoins on: July 24, 2010, 03:54:30 PM
Buy denominations of Amazon.co.uk Gift Vouchers...
The fine print on the website says "please do not attempt to place an order as it will not be fulfilled".

Forgetting to remove that message there once open for business was slightly silly Cheesy. I originally put that there whilst I was testing things were working.

@davidonpda - To the best of my knowledge UK issued Amazon vouchers won't work on Amazon.com - only Amazon.co.uk. If there's a demand for it I'll look at stocking them - what kind of denominations would people find useful?
8  Economy / Marketplace / Re: We accept Bitcoins on: July 24, 2010, 12:05:21 PM
BitCoinPay - http://www.bitcoinpay.com/

Buy denominations of Amazon.co.uk Gift Vouchers for BitCoin. Currently 1 = 20BC and 2.50 = 50BC. Vouchers automatically despatched upon receiving payment (normally done in about 20 minutes).
9  Economy / Marketplace / BitCoin Merchant Service on: July 24, 2010, 11:04:32 AM
Hello  Smiley

I've been working setting up my own payment site for the last few days: http://www.bitcoinpay.com/. I'm currently looking to stock it with a few denominations of Amazon.co.uk gift vouchers for sale, but I also have a generic payment system which does callbacks. You can have a look at example transaction here:

https://secure.bitcoinpay.com/checkout/?merchant_id=1&merchant_order=24&amount=1.000000

If anyone else is interested in using it give us a shout - it automatically:

Generates a BitCoin address for the transaction
Presents the user with a nice page (which can be modified to taste) asking for payment
Gives one click access to payment services such as MyBitCoin and Vekja
Keeps note of payments made to that address
Upon hitting the amount specified sends a callback to the merchant
Allows the user to see how much has been recieved along with number of confirmations

There's an UberCart module in beta right now, and I'm looking to make plugins for OSCommerce and ZenCart.

Update: After 2 confirmations the payment is sent straight to the merchant. You don't need to withdraw as such.
10  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: Website integration for bitcoin on: July 18, 2010, 10:04:04 AM
Isn't the actual sending better handled by the BitCoin interface itself? There's been some talk on here about a URI schema for BitCoin (similar to the idea used by apps like Spotify/iTunes) that allow a link to launch the BitCoin interface pre-filled with address/amount information. It could be web based, but that opens up all kinds of attack vectors that need to be secured - possible to do, but personally I'd feel better seeing the BitCoin UI pop  up asking for confirmation knowing that some XSS attack isn't going to steal my coins Smiley
11  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Resending transaction on: July 16, 2010, 12:07:58 PM
Phew - it's taken a couple of hours but it's now gone through Smiley. Wish I could generate coins more easily! Cheesy
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Resending transaction on: July 16, 2010, 11:01:52 AM
I'm having the same problem - opened BitCoin to create a transaction and possibly exited before it sent out the payment details. Now I have a 0/unconfirmed transaction.

Having the ability to resend a stuck transaction would be nice - if no nodes have picked it up yet then surely sending it again won't cause an issue (and if some have then they'll just ignore it right?)
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