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July 07, 2011, 07:29:14 PM
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What options are out there for accepting bitcoin payments automatically?  What I mean is, without me having to hand over a new address to each individual manually?

I'd like to be able to just point them to a URL that gives them a bitcoin address to make a payment to, and then, as part of filling out a form, enter in the address that they sent payment to.

I don't want to use mybitcoin either.  They've been scamming people left and right, and I want no part of that.  Any other options?
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July 07, 2011, 07:38:45 PM
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What options are out there for accepting bitcoin payments automatically?  What I mean is, without me having to hand over a new address to each individual manually?

I'd like to be able to just point them to a URL that gives them a bitcoin address to make a payment to, and then, as part of filling out a form, enter in the address that they sent payment to.

I don't want to use mybitcoin either.  They've been scamming people left and right, and I want no part of that.  Any other options?

Run bitcoind on your server and use JSON-RPC calls from a program to generate a unique address for each transaction.  Store addresses in a database and check for payment using calls to bitcoind to see how many confirmations are on that address.  After the set amount of confirmations release the item you are selling.
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July 07, 2011, 07:40:52 PM
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If you want to I can share some code that I wrote for bitcoincodes.com . PM me

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July 07, 2011, 07:46:08 PM
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What options are out there for accepting bitcoin payments automatically?  What I mean is, without me having to hand over a new address to each individual manually?

I'd like to be able to just point them to a URL that gives them a bitcoin address to make a payment to, and then, as part of filling out a form, enter in the address that they sent payment to.

I don't want to use mybitcoin either.  They've been scamming people left and right, and I want no part of that.  Any other options?

Run bitcoind on your server and use JSON-RPC calls from a program to generate a unique address for each transaction.  Store addresses in a database and check for payment using calls to bitcoind to see how many confirmations are on that address.  After the set amount of confirmations release the item you are selling.
I was hoping for an established solution... I didn't really want to spend a bunch of time programming for this particular project.

Is there nothing else besides mybitcoin?
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July 07, 2011, 08:01:49 PM
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https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Category:Shopping_Cart_Interfaces

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July 07, 2011, 08:07:06 PM
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Mmmmm, lots of choices, thanks for pointing out that list!

If anyone has any recommendations from that list (or elsewhere), please do post in this thread!  But it looks like this will give me a good place to start at the very least.
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