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January 16, 2017, 08:56:51 PM
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i am looking for a Bitcoin payment system library that can handle Bitcoin payments on-site and not relying on a third-partry payment processors. Any Laravel-compatable packages that can accept payments directly to the site's wallet would be good. The more documented the better. i have done some research on Laravel API's and I can't find a system that uses an on-site processor. Any help is greatly appreciated!

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January 16, 2017, 09:04:42 PM
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I have a better solution for you, actually it is a solution I will use myself on my current code.


Use Armory :

.Create a Secure Offline Wallet
.Generate bitcoin addresses and export them, you can generate on demand.
.Use this list of generated addresses, either link them to orders or accounts.


If you ever need to spend the coins, you can use a Watch-Only btc version of that offline wallet to make offline transactions, and broadcast them, and sign them with the Offline Armory version.

you do not need to use any library or 3rd party API.

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January 16, 2017, 09:46:08 PM
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I have a better solution for you, actually it is a solution I will use myself on my current code.


Use Armory :

.Create a Secure Offline Wallet
.Generate bitcoin addresses and export them, you can generate on demand.
.Use this list of generated addresses, either link them to orders or accounts.


If you ever need to spend the coins, you can use a Watch-Only btc version of that offline wallet to make offline transactions, and broadcast them, and sign them with the Offline Armory version.

you do not need to use any library or 3rd party API.

The only problem with that is my partner wants unique addresses for each user of my site (eg. a unique address per user). i'm not quite sure how to achieve that.

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January 16, 2017, 10:04:06 PM
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And my suggestion will solve your problem.

Every user will have a unique address, and the wallet that will receive all the incoming transactions will be offline and secure.

You can also use Bitgo.com - they have a NODE SDK, not sure about PHP.

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January 16, 2017, 10:10:06 PM
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And my suggestion will solve your problem.

Every user will have a unique address, and the wallet that will receive all the incoming transactions will be offline and secure.

You can also use Bitgo.com - they have a NODE SDK, not sure about PHP.


Ah, my apologies, i didn't read the part about generating different addresses. Thanks. I will also look into Bitgo.

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