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August 09, 2013, 10:02:14 PM
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Seems like Drupal or Joomla had a really nice auction plugin. If someone has a payment processor, I would buy the domain and hosting.

We could just run the daemon, but my guess is that you don't have a server lying around.  Grin

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August 09, 2013, 10:04:53 PM
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Seems like Drupal or Joomla had a really nice auction plugin. If someone has a payment processor, I would buy the domain and hosting.

We could just run the daemon, but my guess is that you don't have a server lying around.  Grin

Nope. No joy.
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August 09, 2013, 10:23:47 PM
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Source code for a payment processor for cryptocoins would be handy.

I suspect most coins lack payment processors simply because no payment processors have released their source code.

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August 09, 2013, 10:57:40 PM
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Source code for a payment processor for cryptocoins would be handy.

I suspect most coins lack payment processors simply because no payment processors have released their source code.

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Bounty for open source payment processor?

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August 10, 2013, 03:32:22 PM
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Source code for a payment processor for cryptocoins would be handy.

I suspect most coins lack payment processors simply because no payment processors have released their source code.

-MarkM-


Can you adapt code written for fiat to accommodate cryptocoins?

Here's an opensource fiat payment processor:

http://www.jbilling.com/


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August 10, 2013, 03:42:28 PM
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Cyclos can do payment processing too for fiat and made up currencies that one works with in a way similar to fiat, that is, what is missing is automation that accepts cryptocoins and sends out cryptocoins.

Basically such apps deal in balances, it doesn't matter whether they are balances of made up stuff or of fiat except if you want to send to or take from the fiat banks bank wires etc.

They are like alertpay, paypal, egold and so on.

So I guess maybe the missing elements are the parts where people deposit coins and withdraw coins. The deposits could be done using individual shop type shopping carts, just sell people amounts of deposit. The withdrawals maybe would be new.

Then when someone wants to buy something somewhere if they have no balance yet they can use the deposit system to buy a balance then use that balance to buy whatever, though that breaks into two steps what things like bitpay do as a single step.

I suspect the single step will be more in demand.

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August 10, 2013, 10:34:58 PM
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On the bounty page it says that there is a 3/5 share award for one last button.
I made a couple more, but if I'm not eligible (I already made one) you can still post it on the gallery and such.
Right here:


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August 10, 2013, 11:08:29 PM
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I am diligently trying to work on the "crypto forum which can send and receive email"

postfiat.com is what I went with, being a play on post-fiat currencies and post (chat).

I've been running into some issues with linking the forum with an email server, but like I said, I'm working on it. That bounty kicked me into high gear.
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August 11, 2013, 12:12:06 AM
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On the bounty page it says that there is a 3/5 share award for one last button.

From:
http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=devcoin_bounty_now#button

"One fifth of a share for a last devcoin button."

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I made a couple more, but if I'm not eligible (I already made one) you can still post it on the gallery and such.
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It's not written on the bounty page, but it's only one award per person. Some people made multiple images, in which case they list all the images in their post, and say which they prefer. Then I put their preferred image on the gallery, with a link to their image post.

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August 11, 2013, 12:13:29 AM
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Anniversary Gift 1:

I don't know if this qualifies for anniversary present/reward, but I will donate 10K to the first four people who create automations using Devtome (other than IFTTT.com since it's already used once).

For example, http://www.devtome.com/doku.php?id=if_this_then_that_feeds is an automation to send new entries on the Devtome "recent changes" page to SMS. I used IFTTT.com, but if you can find ways to automate alerts or whatever, I'm up for sending 1/4 shares to anyone.

It's a bit subjective what "automation" means, but hopefully it will spark some creativity.

Anniversary Gift 2:

I'll give 20K DVC to someone to create an API to grab dividend info from cryptostocks that we can all use.

If someone gets any of your anniversary gifts, you'll get the last award if it's still available.

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August 11, 2013, 12:31:42 AM
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OK, thank you.

I haven't heard anything yet. twobits had offered to create an API, but since I was being hostile, he might not do it. Sad

twobits? Are you out there? If you have the time, I hope you would consider creating that API.
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August 11, 2013, 12:31:47 AM
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On the bounty page it says that there is a 3/5 share award for one last button.

From:
http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=devcoin_bounty_now#button

"One fifth of a share for a last devcoin button."

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I made a couple more, but if I'm not eligible (I already made one) you can still post it on the gallery and such.
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It's not written on the bounty page, but it's only one award per person. Some people made multiple images, in which case they list all the images in their post, and say which they prefer. Then I put their preferred image on the gallery, with a link to their image post.


Ok, thanks for clearing that up.  Feel free to use the buttons though!  Smiley

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August 11, 2013, 12:32:16 AM
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Also, I've been having a bit of a writer's block.  Any interesting topics to write about?

Not sure about interesting, but on the Blockchain Based Cryptocurrencies page
http://www.devtome.com/doku.php?id=blockchain_based_cryptocurrencies

there are several cryptocurrencies listed which don't have write ups yet. Cryptocurrency pages are the most popular on devtome, so if you write about them they'll probably be popular, even if the coin in question is dead.

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August 11, 2013, 01:00:15 AM
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Also, I've been having a bit of a writer's block.  Any interesting topics to write about?

Not sure about interesting, but on the Blockchain Based Cryptocurrencies page
http://www.devtome.com/doku.php?id=blockchain_based_cryptocurrencies

there are several cryptocurrencies listed which don't have write ups yet. Cryptocurrency pages are the most popular on devtome, so if you write about them they'll probably be popular, even if the coin in question is dead.


Thanks!  Grin

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August 11, 2013, 03:19:57 AM
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Also, I've been having a bit of a writer's block.  Any interesting topics to write about?

Not sure about interesting, but on the Blockchain Based Cryptocurrencies page
http://www.devtome.com/doku.php?id=blockchain_based_cryptocurrencies

there are several cryptocurrencies listed which don't have write ups yet. Cryptocurrency pages are the most popular on devtome, so if you write about them they'll probably be popular, even if the coin in question is dead.


Thanks!  Grin

In fact a lot of new categories to be made, hope that more and more writers use their expertize and create more pages on the site.  Cheers
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August 11, 2013, 01:27:38 PM
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Cyclos can do payment processing too for fiat and made up currencies that one works with in a way similar to fiat, that is, what is missing is automation that accepts cryptocoins and sends out cryptocoins.

Basically such apps deal in balances, it doesn't matter whether they are balances of made up stuff or of fiat except if you want to send to or take from the fiat banks bank wires etc.

They are like alertpay, paypal, egold and so on.

So I guess maybe the missing elements are the parts where people deposit coins and withdraw coins. The deposits could be done using individual shop type shopping carts, just sell people amounts of deposit. The withdrawals maybe would be new.

Then when someone wants to buy something somewhere if they have no balance yet they can use the deposit system to buy a balance then use that balance to buy whatever, though that breaks into two steps what things like bitpay do as a single step.

I suspect the single step will be more in demand.

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Deposits and withdrawals are handled in crypto currency exchange code - and open source code exists in this area. See

http://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/1447/is-there-an-open-source-bitcoin-exchange

So in theory, it should be possible to splice the deposit/withdrawal elements of the currency exchange code with the open source fiat payment processor code to make a crypto-currency payment processor, right?

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August 11, 2013, 01:54:11 PM
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Last I checked no open source exchange code was fit for actual use.

They all seemed to have given away the code before fixing all kinds of ghastly problems then not released a fixed version.

Dealing with a hot wallet is a really nasty problem and making a website secure is a lot harder than it sounds.

(Kind of why i use Open Transactions instead of even considering/trying anything web based at all.)

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August 11, 2013, 09:53:26 PM
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The troll blocking bounty:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=233997.msg2777759#msg2777759

has been updated. It is now required that the forum be a Simple Machines Forum (SMF). This is so that if different people develop different parts of the forum bounty, it will all work together. Also, moderation would be the default and the Original Poster would have to deselect the moderation checkbox to have an open forum.

On the other hand, there is now another option to ban trolls. The trolls can now also be banned if they are on the Original Poster's ignore list, instead of requiring a troll field.

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August 11, 2013, 09:54:52 PM
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Funny you mentioned that. I'm just now adding SMF in hopes of making the bounty. If anyone else is working it, please tell me. No worries, I just don't want to duplicate effort.

SMF allows manual registration and blocking of forum views. It has the ability to send SMTP also with a MOD.
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August 11, 2013, 11:03:53 PM
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Funny you mentioned that. I'm just now adding SMF in hopes of making the bounty. If anyone else is working it, please tell me. No worries, I just don't want to duplicate effort.

SMF allows manual registration and blocking of forum views. It has the ability to send SMTP also with a MOD.

What language are SMF scripts written in?

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