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Bitcoin for beginners
« on: May 14, 2018, 12:17:35 PM »
Hi everyone,
we have a new integration on our site, a Proof of concept for a Bitcoin e-commerce site using our API which primarily addresses itself to beginners. Now, you can learn how to accept bitcoin in your store even if you are not a geek or a programmer.
All you have to do is set up the integration and change parameters as noted on the page. Just follow the instructions. Once the database is created, open page in a browser and click button "Bitcoin Pay now". This will give you an opportunity to see how bitcoin works. You will see an invoice page, the preparation of a query request, bitcoin addresses and a QR Code and you will quickly become familiar with Bitcoin network confirmations.
Once again, this is only for beginners. To complement this post, here's a little infographic to summarize the transaction process. And if you have questions (no matter your skill level or your goals), it will be a pleasure to answer you. 
Link: https://apirone.com/integrations/

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Re: Bitcoin for beginners
« Reply #1 on: June 30, 2018, 07:54:26 AM »
Interesting topic, I am sure many people find this really helpful.

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Re: Bitcoin for beginners
« Reply #2 on: September 04, 2018, 11:12:30 AM »
Hey, what do you recommend for beginners when investing in cryptocurrency? What do you think they can be most beneficial now?

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Re: Bitcoin for beginners
« Reply #3 on: September 04, 2018, 12:08:59 PM »
Hey, what do you recommend for beginners when investing in cryptocurrency? What do you think they can be most beneficial now?


Hi.
I would like to aware you - it's very risky investing. First of all, read how does it works and be careful with tokens.
Better - imagine and realise business with cryptocurrency.
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Re: Bitcoin for beginners
« Reply #4 on: November 22, 2018, 01:48:38 PM »
We would like to announce pre-release bitcoin plugin for Adobe Magento 2.
https://apirone.com/integrations/magento-2

And our popular integrations for OcStore, OpenCart 3, WooCommerce and Joomla VirtueMart
https://apirone.com/integrations/
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Re: Bitcoin for beginners
« Reply #5 on: December 20, 2018, 11:38:38 AM »
Apirone Bitcoin Processing V2- Wallet as a Service

From now, you are able to fully manage your wallet and create Bitcoin payments for API requests.

Basic fees:
All your income transactions are completely FREE of charge!

Fixed fee, 0.0002 BTC on each outgoing transactions more than 0.001 BTC and this, regardless of the order amount.
Micro-payments of less than 100,000 Satoshi are also free of charge.

We think that all fees on income payments are unfair, especially the 1%.
After all, a Bitcoin node is still the same as $ 1,000 or one million in a transaction, so why should a store pay $ 10 per thousand?
This is without mentioning numerous open Blockchain APIs with which you can see a client’s transaction in general for free.

Using our interface Transfer API (withdrawal), you can specify up to 255 Bitcoin addresses in the same time. Such a transaction is very useful because it has a lower commission on the Blockchain network. It’s really useful for people who are seeking to save money on transaction cost. 

For this reason, this kind of service is ideal for Bitcoin games creation like a provably fair gambling system, ICO, HYIP projects, lotteries, online betting and even Global Digital Asset Exchanges. Since on the stock exchanges also, no one takes a commission for incoming payments.
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Re: Bitcoin for beginners
« Reply #6 on: January 30, 2019, 08:16:37 PM »
Apirone Bitcoin Processing V2- Wallet as a Service

From now, you are able to fully manage your wallet and create Bitcoin payments for API requests.

Basic fees:
All your income transactions are completely FREE of charge!

Fixed fee, 0.0002 BTC on each outgoing transactions more than 0.001 BTC and this, regardless of the order amount.
Micro-payments of less than 100,000 Satoshi are also free of charge.

We think that all fees on income payments are unfair, especially the 1%.
After all, a Bitcoin node is still the same as $ 1,000 or one million in a transaction, so why should a store pay $ 10 per thousand?
This is without mentioning numerous open Blockchain APIs with which you can see a client’s transaction in general for free.

Using our interface Transfer API (withdrawal), you can specify up to 255 Bitcoin addresses in the same time. Such a transaction is very useful because it has a lower commission on the Blockchain network. It’s really useful for people who are seeking to save money on transaction cost. 

For this reason, this kind of service is ideal for Bitcoin games creation like a provably fair gambling system, ICO, HYIP projects, lotteries, online betting and even Global Digital Asset Exchanges. Since on the stock exchanges also, no one takes a commission for incoming payments.
This is a VERY interesting service!
I will likely use it.

Some questions:
1- Are you planning to support also LTC, BCH, Dash and more ?

2- I want to send bulk withdrawal transactions, i.e. with many outputs and various amounts, example:
OUTPUT 1: 1FvfKcFcOwFMcKSAKksmEaS....Amount: 0.01 BTC
OUTPUT 2: 3jVjdSJkicRnAlESkcDmCJKij....Amount: 0.025 BTC.....
......
Since the blockchain fee is proportional to the transaction size, how can you guarantee that 0.0002 BTC is a sufficient fee when the transaction bytesize is big like in this case?

Especially when the network is congested (and it will be ) that's a problem.
Are you using Lighting Network for the transfers? That is the only way i know for keeping the costs low in these cases.

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Re: Bitcoin for beginners
« Reply #7 on: January 30, 2019, 11:31:52 PM »
This is a VERY interesting service!
I will likely use it.

Some questions:
1- Are you planning to support also LTC, BCH, Dash and more ?

2- I want to send bulk withdrawal transactions, i.e. with many outputs and various amounts, example:
OUTPUT 1: 1FvfKcFcOwFMcKSAKksmEaS....Amount: 0.01 BTC
OUTPUT 2: 3jVjdSJkicRnAlESkcDmCJKij....Amount: 0.025 BTC.....
......
Since the blockchain fee is proportional to the transaction size, how can you guarantee that 0.0002 BTC is a sufficient fee when the transaction bytesize is big like in this case?

Especially when the network is congested (and it will be ) that's a problem.
Are you using Lighting Network for the transfers? That is the only way i know for keeping the costs low in these cases.


Thanks for questions.
Yes, we will support BCH and LTC in spring. Now we writing dashboard for merchants.

Yes, you can combine up to 255 receivers into one transaction and minimize network fee. If you need more - we can do it, because bitcoin protocol allow to send up 100kb transaction, it's about 2500 receivers from one output tx.
Also we support native SegWit. These transactions have priority and low network fee.

LN we will add at the Summer.
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Re: Bitcoin for beginners
« Reply #8 on: March 29, 2019, 07:32:00 AM »
I also found this article which is very well written.

It's a great beginner guide on Bitcoin

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Re: Bitcoin for beginners
« Reply #9 on: December 26, 2019, 08:50:31 PM »
Bitcoin is definitely a great option for people who are doing smaller transactions. Right now, there are several options that are becoming quite popular aside from Cryptos especially in trading field. I saw this article https://www.hngn.com/articles/227841/20191219/online-payment-providers-are-going-mainstream.htm, it shows just that.

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Re: Bitcoin for beginners
« Reply #10 on: December 31, 2019, 02:13:31 PM »
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Re: Bitcoin for beginners
« Reply #11 on: January 04, 2020, 06:17:07 PM »
Wow, this is very helpful for those who own an e-commerce website. Is it free to use? Or do they need to pay something to use it on their website?


 

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