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April 21, 2012, 06:23:28 AM
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Hello everyone,
Is there any Bitcoin donation tool like "click and donate" ?
A Bitcoin wallet for example like electrum thats running in the background
and if I want to make a donation every time I click on a button
small amounts say 0.01 Bitcoin are withdraw from my wallet.
Totally simple without a password.
Thanks for you help.
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April 21, 2012, 07:23:17 AM
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If I read your post correctly, you can use bitcoin URIs to perform a 'click and donate'.
For example I have a link on multibit.org:

bitcoin:1AhN6rPdrMuKBGFDKR1k9A8SCLYaNgXhty?amount=0.1&label=Please%20donate%20to%20multibit.org

If you have any of the Satoshi, Electrum or MultiBit clients installed if you click on the link in a browser your client starts up and fills out the send form ready for you to send your bitcoin. I know etotheipi is working on adding bitcoin URI support to Armory so I imagine that will be added to the list soon too.

You will have to fill out any password you have on your wallet (depending on the client) to authorise the payment. A webpage can easily simulate a click on a payment link so you do not want payments to be automatically sent from your wallet without some manual authorisation in your bitcoin client.

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April 22, 2012, 05:00:56 AM
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If you have any of the Satoshi,

That didn't make it into v0.6, but it is coming in a future release.

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May 08, 2012, 10:45:01 AM
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I would recommend http://laybit.com but that's probably because I own it Smiley
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