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June 25, 2011, 10:52:46 AM
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Hi Folks,

I'm looking for a simple, automated solution to accept Bitcoin payments on Websites.

The current plugin for Wordpress is giving an "undefined header" error.

The current plugin for OpenCart is also giving an error.  It's not compatible with the latest opencart.

Seems these are not yet up to speed.

Yet I'm seeing others accepting it on their websites.  How?  What is currently working now that is automated? 
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June 25, 2011, 11:17:09 AM
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You might have to hire a programmer for this. Try freelancer.com or something
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June 25, 2011, 11:26:15 AM
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Hi Folks,

I'm looking for a simple, automated solution to accept Bitcoin payments on Websites.

The current plugin for Wordpress is giving an "undefined header" error.

The current plugin for OpenCart is also giving an error.  It's not compatible with the latest opencart.

Seems these are not yet up to speed.

Yet I'm seeing others accepting it on their websites.  How?  What is currently working now that is automated? 

i'm on it Smiley
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June 25, 2011, 11:26:53 AM
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I'm making a site that will be providing API and plugins for most popular e-commerce software. Im planning to make it very easy to use for everybody. Stay tuned.  Wink
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June 25, 2011, 02:18:11 PM
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Any solutions right now that don't involve hiring a programmer?
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August 07, 2011, 09:53:12 AM
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anyone found a cheep solution yet?

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August 07, 2011, 10:05:36 AM
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didnt mybitcoin do it? i think u can use anotht process
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August 07, 2011, 01:48:56 PM
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Hi,

Depend on what you want to do, this should be easy to use;

https://www.instawallet.org/static/api.html?v=e2406

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API
Instawallet provides an API, making it easy to interface with the service. API calls return JSON-encoded data.

HTTP POST https://www.instawallet.org/api/v1/new_wallet
Creates a new Instawallet.
Example response: {"successful": true, "wallet_id": "1CKAK7zU5NGUlY1n3PK0aw"}

HTTP GET https://www.instawallet.org/api/v1/w/<wallet_id>/address
Returns the Bitcoin address associated with this Instawallet.
Example response: {"successful": true, "address": "1PmggT9YKj4HL2iaUs8ukUSvvk3Q1xMv5G"}

HTTP GET https://www.instawallet.org/api/v1/w/<wallet_id>/balance
Returns the current balance of this Instawallet in Bitcoin base units (Satoshis). This means 0.01 BTC will be returned as 1000000.
Example response: {"successful": true, "balance": 1000000}

HTTP POST https://www.instawallet.org/api/v1/w/<wallet_id>/payment
Initiates a payment. Your request needs to include the parameters "address" and "amount". Amount should be in Bitcoin base units (Satoshis). The optional parameter "use_green_address" can be passed with a value of "true" to use the green address feature.

Example response: {"successful": true, "message": "Sent 0.01 BTC to 14Z1mazY4HfysZyMaKudFr63EwHqQT2njz", "message_code": 0}
If an error occurred or the API is not available for some reason, the parameter "succesful" will be false and a "message" as well as a "message_code" will be returned alongside. See the following table for possible codes and messages:

1   The API is currently unavailable.
2   Please provide a Bitcoin address.
3   Please specify the amount you would like to send.
4   Sorry, this does not look like a valid Bitcoin address.
5   Sorry, I was not able to parse the amount field.
6   Sorry, currently only amounts of 0.01 BTC and more are supported.
7   Use of green address failed - please contact support.
8   Sorry, I was unable to validate the Bitcoin address.
-4   Sorry, this does not seem to be a valid Bitcoin address.
-6   Account has insufficient funds (or not enough confirmations) to complete this action.
0   Sent <amount> BTC to <address>.

I just can not get the payment to work - I only get 404: Not Found

Anyone else that use this with success?

Thanks,

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