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August 13, 2019, 11:01:44 AM
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Hello everyone, I would like to know if on my website I could put the payment with bitcoint and if anyone knows how to do it?
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August 13, 2019, 11:56:15 AM
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Hello everyone, I would like to know if on my website I could put the payment with bitcoint and if anyone knows how to do it?

Bitpay.com and btcpayserver.org will do what you want for you.

Btcpay is better because it is open source and does not demand kyc. But bitpay is here for longer time, and if kyc is not a problem to you, you can choose this one.



What would you like to buy?

The op is selling not buying.

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August 13, 2019, 12:02:30 PM
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You can add Bitcoin payment in your website by using COINBASE
You can sign up to the platform's merchant service as a business or an individual and setting API Key in your Commerce Account.

For full information check in Coinbase here.

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August 13, 2019, 12:59:57 PM
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Two of the platforms I’ve heard about that rather good are Bitpay (https://bitpay.com/) and CoinPayments (https://www.coinpayments.net/).

You’ll need to read through the conditions first (terms, fees, etc.) and the ease to implement the connection to your site of each of these platforms. I figure both adapt to international scenarios, providing a smooth usage in Spanish or other languages you may decide on.

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August 13, 2019, 05:01:01 PM
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Yes ... you can do it. These are two services among many others

Bitpay
Support Bitpay - How can I add-bitcoin as a payment option on my Website

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Bitpay probably is most widely used by merchants. But there is also some great alternatives for it. You also can take a look at at Coingate or Coinpayments - it's good services too.




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August 13, 2019, 09:04:26 PM
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Bitpay probably is most widely used by merchants. But there is also some great alternatives for it. You also can take a look at at Coingate or Coinpayments - it's good services too.
Two of the platforms I’ve heard about that rather good are Bitpay (https://bitpay.com/) and CoinPayments (https://www.coinpayments.net/).

You’ll need to read through the conditions first (terms, fees, etc.) and the ease to implement the connection to your site of each of these platforms. I figure both adapt to international scenarios, providing a smooth usage in Spanish or other languages you may decide on.
Where is Bitpay good? Please do not suggest this shitservice. They were always bad already, but now they just announced they require KYC for some purchases. Yes... the user buying the products need to provide his ID photos and social security number to use Bitcoin and buy stuff. I'm surprised more people don't suggest BTCPay, which is pro-Bitcoin, is self-hosted and has lightning support.

[1] https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitpay-now-requires-your-photo-id-for-purchases-over-3k-in-bitcoin

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August 13, 2019, 09:28:42 PM
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 I'm surprised more people don't suggest BTCPay, which is pro-Bitcoin, is self-hosted and has lightning support.

[1] https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitpay-now-requires-your-photo-id-for-purchases-over-3k-in-bitcoin

The lightning support will be a must if OP wants to sell those cannabis seeds one by one Cheesy

But seriously, if someone wants to sell something inexpensive thing, like coffee, etc. lightning support for a BTC payment processor will be really useful because these sales are usually realized in very short time and people don't want to sit there for an hour to finalize a transaction on the main chain...
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August 13, 2019, 10:33:38 PM
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Additional to Tryninja

Since your website CMS is Prestashop you can install the BTCpay plugin with this CMS.

You can find the guide from their Github here https://github.com/btcpayserver/prestashop-plugin/blob/master/GUIDE.md or directly from here Prestashop Plugin for BTCPay server, an opensource Payment processor

This is the best option than using coinpayments and coinbase so no need for KYC.


Another option that I know is blockonomics it supports Prestashop website.

Other lists of the payment processor that accepts bitcoin self-hosted and hosted payment processor.

- https://github.com/alexk111/awesome-bitcoin-payment-processors

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August 14, 2019, 11:29:51 AM
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thanks to everyone!! conacare with them to see how I do it, thanks again greetings
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August 14, 2019, 03:54:44 PM
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I started using bitbucks.io recently. It's for btc payments to phone numbers. Those kind of custodials probably fit for your website, cause they are pretty easy to use - even for the ones who are not bitcoin experts yet  Cool Shakepay is another example, but only available in canada.
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Where is Bitpay good? Please do not suggest this shitservice. They were always bad already, but now they just announced they require KYC for some purchases. Yes... the user buying the products need to provide his ID photos and social security number to use Bitcoin and buy stuff. I'm surprised more people don't suggest BTCPay, which is pro-Bitcoin, is self-hosted and has lightning support.

[1] https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitpay-now-requires-your-photo-id-for-purchases-over-3k-in-bitcoin
Bitpay is the most popular payment gateway, so probably they aren't so bad as you describe them. But I wasn't aware about KYC thing. Require buyers to pass KYC - it sounds very bad. KYC for sellers is something what I would understand, and probably it's needed thing. But for buyers - if I would have to pass KYC just to buy something using Bitpay, I would simply wouldn't buy and would move to another web store.
I don't have any experience with BTCPay, so I can't recommend it. But from what I see, it can be really great alternative.




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August 17, 2019, 11:06:45 PM
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Bitpay is the most popular payment gateway, so probably they aren't so bad as you describe them. But I wasn't aware about KYC thing. Require buyers to pass KYC - it sounds very bad. KYC for sellers is something what I would understand, and probably it's needed thing. But for buyers - if I would have to pass KYC just to buy something using Bitpay, I would simply wouldn't buy and would move to another web store.
Since when popular means not being bad?


I don't have any experience with BTCPay, so I can't recommend it. But from what I see, it can be really great alternative.
You literally just said you wouldn't buy and move to another web store. How the heck does that equal to "great alternative"? There are WAY (waaaay) better options. They aren't a great alternative. They should actually be boycotted by everyone in the community and other alternatives must be suggested to every ecommerce that uses them.

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Bitpay is the most popular payment gateway, so probably they aren't so bad as you describe them. But I wasn't aware about KYC thing. Require buyers to pass KYC - it sounds very bad. KYC for sellers is something what I would understand, and probably it's needed thing. But for buyers - if I would have to pass KYC just to buy something using Bitpay, I would simply wouldn't buy and would move to another web store.
Since when popular means not being bad?
Well, I mean that if Bitpay would be so bad, so many people wouldn't use it and just would move somewhere else.


I don't have any experience with BTCPay, so I can't recommend it. But from what I see, it can be really great alternative.
You literally just said you wouldn't buy and move to another web store. How the heck does that equal to "great alternative"? There are WAY (waaaay) better options. They aren't a great alternative. They should actually be boycotted by everyone in the community and other alternatives must be suggested to every ecommerce that uses them.
You missunderstood me a bit. I didn't recommend BTCPay because I don't have personal experience with it and I can't vouch for them. But I looked at their website and I got impression that it might be good alternative.
And about moving to another web store - I said it about Bitpay, not BTCPay. I would move to other web store if Bitpay would ask to pass KYC when I try to buy something.




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Where is Bitpay good? Please do not suggest this shitservice. They were always bad already, but now they just announced they require KYC for some purchases. Yes... the user buying the products need to provide his ID photos and social security number to use Bitcoin and buy stuff. I'm surprised more people don't suggest BTCPay, which is pro-Bitcoin, is self-hosted and has lightning support.

[1] https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitpay-now-requires-your-photo-id-for-purchases-over-3k-in-bitcoin

I didn't know that bitpay was now requiring kyc to buy stuff.

Certainly everyone in the community should be telling this to merchants, because they may even lose customers.
Many customers wouldn't be willing to kyc to buy something.

I will only suggest btcpay from now on

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What site do you suggest to buy bitcoins?
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Hello everyone, I would like to know if on my website I could put the payment with bitcoin and if anyone knows how to do it?

Apart from BitPay, Coinbase and Coinpayments, I came across this website -  CoinSwitch exchange where it is providing Payment option with bitcoins and altcoins. And they are charging zero fees for it. You can check it here.

What site do you suggest to buy bitcoins?

You can buy bitcoins at leading exchanges like Binance, Hitbtc, Kucoin, Coinswitch etc.

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You can use however your own bitcoin payments processing script related to bitcoin client running on your server or blockchain.com api. This will gives you 100% independence, no any fees on your earnings and KYC/AML checking. But you will should hire web coder to do that solution and pay him +-50$.
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What site do you suggest to buy bitcoins?

There are many places to buy Bitcoins but for me, the best option is to choose the local exchange to buy Bitcoins. Sample, if you are living in India, use zebpay or if you are living in Thailand use coins.co.th or if you are living in the Philippines use coins.ph.

Tell us where you live we can help you find which local exchange fits your needs.

However, you can still buy bitcoin in other exchanges that accept Bank or Debit/credit cards. Other are already mentioned above just add the Coinbase if you are living on this "Coinbase Supported Countries"

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Well, a month has passed and checking OP's website seems like there is no bitcoin option ...no wonder

Let's take it one by one:

Bitpay:
They are already famous for it
https://www.ccn.com/bitpay-says-legal-marijuana-dispensary-washington-unable-offer-services-businesses-sell-drugs/
I don't know why people recommend them for this, even where sales are legal they have a habit of terminating accounts.

Coinbase:
https://www.coinbase.com/legal/user_agreement
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Regulated Products and Services: marijuana dispensaries and related businesses

Coinpayments:
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marijuana dispensaries

I'm pretty sure all of them will be thrilled to partner in selling something that:
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Bubble Gum cannabis seeds are highly demanded by our customers thanks to the powerful effect they have that will cause you a brain trip that you rarely want to escape.

So no, 3rd party services won't work better stick to accepting bitcoin directly.

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