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Author Topic: Lets make it easy for any small store to accept bitcoins! (2BTC Bounty) - paid  (Read 2473 times)
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September 13, 2011, 03:14:11 PM
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Been working on something for my wife's Boutique.

Initial setup has stickers for her price tags:



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September 13, 2011, 05:56:24 PM
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What about a thing where the merchant phones in with a telephone, logs into their accout (userid/pin number, like telephone banking) and then they can press 5 and "wait for bitcoin" where it enters a loop telling them "checking for recent transactions - no recent transactions" until a transaction actually comes in, then it says "you have received 0.15 bitcoins from transaction id starting 123 ending ABC" or something like that?

I like this idea so much anyway, for merchants who might not have internet in their storefront, for people with only voice+sms phones, and for my own personal use .... So I made it a reality Smiley

If interested pls see my post in this forum "IVR interface to Bitcoin".
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September 13, 2011, 08:29:38 PM
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Contributing to the "We accept bitcoins" poster idea...

http://cryto.net/projects/bitcoin-poster/

It's a bit hackish because a background image is normally not printed by a browser (so I worked with overlayed divs), but it should do the job.
If you have any ideas for additional templates, do share them Smiley

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September 16, 2011, 01:02:13 AM
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Thanks for the added effort joepie91.

I just tried testing it out with a 3072 × 2304 image.

After the upload completed it came back with the error message of:  An error occurred during upload.


Could that be because the image is too big?
Is there a way to make it automatically resize images that are too big?

You should also put your Bitcoin donation address at the bottom of that page.

Thanks!

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September 19, 2011, 04:11:45 PM
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Thanks for the added effort joepie91.

I just tried testing it out with a 3072 × 2304 image.

After the upload completed it came back with the error message of:  An error occurred during upload.


Could that be because the image is too big?
Is there a way to make it automatically resize images that are too big?

You should also put your Bitcoin donation address at the bottom of that page.

Thanks!
There's a limit of 2MB per image right now, and no resizing is in place yet... I'll fix that later today Smiley

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September 20, 2011, 03:27:39 AM
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I would recommend adding at least the sum to the possible "standart" bitcoin QR code. And better is to include both the sum and a field for comments (like item name).
I think that including the sum is very important.

With those fields a customer just has to point his smartphone at the bill / price tag / invoice, check the value and press the "Pay" button.

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September 21, 2011, 04:24:17 PM
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I know both MultiBit and the Android Bitcoin Wallet are using the format:

bitcoin:14381U2dpm3uprqRJG7VPxanCRyzJDtmEE?amount=0.1&label=three

i.e 'amount' for the Bitcoin amount i.e. your sum field
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'label' for a general labeling field which could be your item description. (It is also used for the addressee)

This is about as standard as anything is in the 'bitcoin universe'.

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