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You could use the listunspent RPC command. It takes a parameter which allows you to filter out UTXOs which have less than X confirmations. Example (from the manpage): bitcoin-cli listunspent 6 9999999 "[\"bc1INVALIDq09vm5lfy0j5reeulh4x5752q25uqqvz34hufd\",\"bc1INVALIDq02ad21edsxd23d32dfgqqsz4vv4nmtfzuklhy3\"]"


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Actually, it's my video :D Lunanode provides easy "1 click install" process. You can host btcpay server on any other VPS server (like azure, aws, digitalocean etc.) but the process will be just a bit more complicated, and will require downloading and configuring btcpayserver. As always any solution will have some tradeoffs, like cost or how easy it ...


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It's my highly subjective opinion, but if you're not a government organization, using a service provider like Bitpay is a terrible idea. Bitpay was known to create anti-privacy features, perform KYC, and even known to stop some payments from going to the recipient. Every time you use a payment processor who is the custodian for the funds you want to receive ...


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