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February 05, 2012, 02:07:23 PM


Can someone share some light on payment processing with bitcoin, Not using a payment processor that's set up, i would like to use one of my own VPS, i assume i will need a python script to interact with the bitcoin daemon?

Maybe create a new bitcoin address for every user, have script check the address for change then credit user the change?

Whats the normal way to go about this? Any open source solutions for this?
I don't want to have to once again go back to a institute (ie: paypal).

How do the gambling sites and the coin flip sites on the onion web manage to do this, is it server side scripts obviously but does anyone have any starting point for me... some source that i can browse threw... etc

Any info would be much appreciated, i did a search first couldn't find much info.

Once again im sorry if there is a obvious answer to this on the forums i have tried to find it, any point in the right direction would be much appreciated.

I could probably whip something very primitive up myself but i am hoping the code is already here somewere....

Thanks in advance,

Found everything i need, anyway its worth a bump....
info for others:

(you guys should sticky the above link)

More info...
"monitor-patch / monitortx"


We can still discuss it here, i would like to talk about it, if anyone likes.

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February 05, 2012, 03:12:58 PM

Bitcoind has a JSPN RPC interface that you can interact with from virtually any language…there are a lot of different approaches you payments that you could use (a unique address for each payment, one address for repeated deposits, etc).  Bitcoin even has it's own account management capability, but it has some scalability issues.

(gasteve on IRC) Does your website accept cash?
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February 05, 2012, 03:30:39 PM

do u wait for confirmations??
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February 06, 2012, 04:33:22 AM

yes the plan was to wait for confirmations.

found some services who will monitor the blocks for me and http post the resonse (

also this is great:
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