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August 06, 2011, 05:34:35 AM
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I am just wondering what wallet site people are wanting a opencart plugin for since mybitcoin stole everyones coins and it seems the only plugin currently is for them.

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August 06, 2011, 05:51:15 AM
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I am just wondering what wallet site people are wanting a opencart plugin for since mybitcoin stole everyones coins and it seems the only plugin currently is for them.

It's because of mybitcoin that I want an opencart plugin that does NOT use a wallet site. We need plugins that use the local bitcoind service via JSONRPC.

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August 06, 2011, 05:27:58 PM
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I know one that uses JSONRPC would be best but there is alot of people that would like to start a bitcoin business but just cant afford to pay for a vps/dedi to host it. The ewallet services are unreliable but a necessity.

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August 07, 2011, 12:48:52 AM
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Please kindly consider BitcoinNotify, described here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=34981.0

The service automates accepting Bitcoin payments without acting as payment proxy. Instead it monitors Bitcoin network and delivers HTTP notifications to the store.

Integration is as easy as handling HTTP requests.

Store does not need to run any daemon.

Payments go from a customer directly to the stores private wallet, which can (and should) be kept offline for perfect security.

This seems to be a perfect balance between security and easy integration.
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August 07, 2011, 02:30:13 PM
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I know one that uses JSONRPC would be best but there is alot of people that would like to start a bitcoin business but just cant afford to pay for a vps/dedi to host it. The ewallet services are unreliable but a necessity.

If so you might as well host your site on shared hosting run by a shared-bitcoind provider whose shopping-cart interface interfaces to the shared bitcoind. At least such a service might be run by someone who put some work into it, such as actually implementing a shareable bitcoind and a shopping cart interface that interfaces with it. That way you could hope for a little longer grace time before the sheer number even of tiny wallets of very cautious merchants adds up to enough coin they'd figure they have paid off their initial investment and made enough profit to fly by night with all the coins...

But hey, what kind of business is the site going to run? Whatever it is could be added to the control panel as one of the applications you can have auto-installed for you, like shopping cart, forum, hosting reseller, drop-shipper-affiliate or whatever you have in mind...

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P.S. Amazon Affiliate could be a good one, we could hack whichever of the "instant Amazon superstore" scripts beat all the others from way back when in usefulness power functionality etc to accept bitcoins to the wallet and pay Amazon with Amazon points or something maybe, or even just let people pay with Aamzon points or credit card or anything they want, what do we care, we get commission regardless...


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August 08, 2011, 03:09:33 AM
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Please kindly consider BitcoinNotify, described here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=34981.0

The service automates accepting Bitcoin payments without acting as payment proxy. Instead it monitors Bitcoin network and delivers HTTP notifications to the store.

Integration is as easy as handling HTTP requests.

Store does not need to run any daemon.

Payments go from a customer directly to the stores private wallet, which can (and should) be kept offline for perfect security.

This seems to be a perfect balance between security and easy integration.

This looks like a great way to do it. However, you HAVE to provide plugins for the various shopping cart services (magento, zencart, opencart, etc.). Your service seems to only work if your store will only accept bitcoins. In reality stores want to be flexible and accept other forms of payments that just bitcoin.

Check out the first physical bitcoin at http://CoinedBits.com
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August 08, 2011, 03:55:11 AM
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I think https://walletbit.com has something on the way for opencart, and let me tell you, if it's half as awesome as the module they made for Prestashop it will rock Wink

You can find more info on their Business Tools page.

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August 09, 2011, 07:47:14 PM
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Please kindly consider BitcoinNotify, described here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=34981.0

The service automates accepting Bitcoin payments without acting as payment proxy. Instead it monitors Bitcoin network and delivers HTTP notifications to the store.

Integration is as easy as handling HTTP requests.

Store does not need to run any daemon.

Payments go from a customer directly to the stores private wallet, which can (and should) be kept offline for perfect security.

This seems to be a perfect balance between security and easy integration.

This looks like a great way to do it. However, you HAVE to provide plugins for the various shopping cart services (magento, zencart, opencart, etc.). Your service seems to only work if your store will only accept bitcoins. In reality stores want to be flexible and accept other forms of payments that just bitcoin.

You are perfectly right. I must find a way to make it happen. Any help would be appreciated.
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August 20, 2011, 10:10:34 PM
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I finished a payment module for OpenCart, just sign in to your WalletBit merchant account and download it from the Business Tools section.

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Kris
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