Just found Kashoo. Freemium, or $10/month. Haven't used it yet though.
Also, what might work, Aqilla:
Infinity PFM (Personal Finance Manager) can read transactions from the Bitcoin.org client:
http://www.ledger-cli.org <-- Command line ...
Etsy merchants that accept bitcoin have been tagging their shop items with 'bitcoin' so that a simple search shows what is available:
An email to email@example.com got this response about being allowed to use bitcoin:
"If you would like and are able to support a third party payment system, you are welcome to use another ...
This is not recommended.
If the customer uses a fully controlled wallet he will get the coins, but will be confused about their source because the address would carry the label of some other provider.
If the customer is using a shared eWallet, he might not get the coins at all because the address isn't his.
because they most likely generated a new address for you to send your payment to. Since you're the only one that was given that address, when the payment comes in for that address, they know it was you that paid it.
There are some existing sources of information for merchants wishing to use Ripple:
Brief introduction and overview of Ripple for merchants
Merchant's section/pages on the Ripple wiki
If you are looking for something pre-implemented and easy to add to an existing automated web commerce check-out page, there isn't much available along those lines at the ...
Some companies who have left cited privacy and security related concerns as their primary reason. It is therefore not surprising that some who have left the largest (and arguably most highly regulated) Bitcoin payment processors (Coinbase and BitPay) have chosen to remain anonymous:
As well as the https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Trade page you could look at:
Both of these sites try to give some kind of rating or review but the data is limited at the moment.
Do you offer both Bitcoin and PayPal/other on your website? If so, offer them some discount, say 10% off, if they use Bitcoin. Tell them that it is due to lower processing fees. With some monetary incentive, you will convert some of your customers over.
If you offer only Bitcoin, put some link in a visible page stating something like "why only Bitcoin?", ...
Creating a new address for every transaction (not just every single client) will allow you to maximize your payment tracking capabilities.
In case you have a single address for all of your payments it's really hard to track who sent you what. This will start changing from 0.9 on, but for now we have to stick to what is already implemented.
Having one ...
There is a lot of evidence that man in the middle attacks are common, and this is a good question for the Bitcoin community to review.
When publishing the Bitcoin address on a web page, either you will be using a static address (one address for many senders) or generating a new address for that particular user.
Regardless of the frequency of generating a ...
That would be Grass Hill Alpacas at http://www.grasshillalpacas.com/
From their website:
Grass Hill Alpacas is located on 115 acres that has been in the family for over 125 years. The farm is located at the foot of Grass Hill in the Haydenville section of the town of Williamsburg, just 10 minutes from the center of Northampton. The last time the land was ...
Vanity address' purpose is generally in its name - vanity. You mainly use it to show off, like say in forum's signatures or general donation address, not for business in most cases. Usually you won't want to use a vanity address when you want to remain anonymous, which is what you try to accomplish by using a new address for each transaction. You can use the ...
You could try connecting to various mining pools, fallback nodes or seed nodes. Those should be well connected.
The best option, however, would be to host your own Bitcoin node on a server and set it to connect to a lot of outbound peers. This would also ensure that you would be able to see most transactions quickly and also broadcast the transactions that ...
It would be recommended to connect directly to most of the major pools. This way one doesn't need to rely on any other nodes to relay the informations.
However, you should note that the conflicting transaction could already be pre-mined, rendering such precautions useless.
StrongCoin has developed a PHP script for fast handling of micro transactions. You can read more on it here:
The Bitcoin wiki contains a rather large list of companies that accept Bitcons. You can also add yourself to it once you started accepting Bitcoins.
The truth is Bitcoin is still in it's early days; soon it will be much easier to accept them.
QuantumQrack: the answer is no, it's supporting the "payment protocol", which is a way of attaching some extra data to a transaction, such as a refund address. however, the refund is still up to the merchant to agree to give you; once you've given money to the merchant, you can't take it back without them giving it back to you.
Asked in #bitcoin on freenode....
Until Bitcoin stabilizes sufficiently, prices will be listed in local currency and be payable in an equivalent amount of Bitcoin, or if prices will be listed in Bitcoin, this price will have to be constantly updated.
I.e. price would be listed in USD and the amount of XBT due would be calculated just before the bill.
There are new merchant tools available like Bitpay which basically convert bitcoins to USD onspot at the current price. It prevents merchants from taking any risk and it locks down the price for 15 minutes.
Regarding this question, its probably worthwhile to check out Bittunes. The company was started in May 2013 with the mission to enable the monetization of file sharing with Bitcoin. The significance of this is that it is not about just using Bitcoin as a way to buy music, but actually incentivising buys (fans) to serve as a new kind of distribution channel ...
Why should it increase the checkout time? In such a situation, the QR code would normally be displayed on a computer or tablet screen, not printed on paper, so a new one can easily be displayed for each customer. Generating a new Bitcoin address doesn't take much time - a few milliseconds, maybe - and can be incorporated into the merchant's point-of-sale ...
I'd say it was the selling of dice gamling site SatoshiDice in 2013, according to the former owner it was sold for 126,315 BTC which was equivalent to ~$11,5 Million at that time.
More details can be found here:
Bitcoin is focused on assuring that the payment is legit. It doesn't help at all with the payer.
Waiting for confirmations gives you very strong assurance that the payment is genuine and final, and that neither the payer nor any outside authority can do anything to reverse it. The money is yours, full stop. There are no chargebacks.
However, you don't ...
You can use the osCommerce shopping cart and there is a payment module here ( https://github.com/weex/oscommerce-bitcoin ) that works but could use some testing. There is also a bounty of 4.75 BTC if you do in-fact create the first public store using it.
Interacting via php natively is not very easy but typically what's done is to use jsonrpc to talk to a ...
One service provider that accepts bitcoins is NoTex.ch @ https://notex.ch: It's a browser based editor, that accepts donations - the donate button has been created using BitPay - or you can buy the full fledged offline version using a customized and very simple to use checkout process, which has been implemented using Blockchain.info's developer API:
Very little commerce can occur using a static address.
A similar problem is faced where bitcoin exchanges accept cash deposit at a bank. All the customers will deposit to the same bank account, so the solution was to request a unique amount for each customer. That amount is what marks the transaction and provides the ability for the exchange to know which ...