Online-Zahlungsabwicklung für Internetunternehmen – Stripe

Introducing BTGPay - THE NEW AGE OF ECOMMERCE PAYMENTS #btg #bitcoingold #bitcoin #btc #Crypto #cryptocurrency #paypal #btgpay #ecommerce #Visa #OnlineShop #stripe #payments #woocommerce

Introducing BTGPay - THE NEW AGE OF ECOMMERCE PAYMENTS #btg #bitcoingold #bitcoin #btc #Crypto #cryptocurrency #paypal #btgpay #ecommerce #Visa #OnlineShop #stripe #payments #woocommerce submitted by Zhivko-BTG to BitcoinGoldHQ [link] [comments]

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What payment methods do you accept on your e-commerce site? PayPal? Stripe? Opinions?

So I'm close to launching my e-commerce site and currently have both PayPal and Stripe enabled as payment options.
I have a few concerns about using PayPal. Stories on Reddit suggest that shady buyers often take advantage of this method, requesting refunds without due cause, and generally causing headaches for a seller. Have you had any trouble with this? Do you feel that having PayPal as an option increases conversions?
Thanks for your input.
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Custom Fee on Stripe Payments?

I have Stripe and Bitcoin on my checkout.I want more users paying with BTC, therefore I want to incur a 10% CC fee on Stripe.
I found this link: https://businessbloomer.com/woocommerce-add-fee-to-cart/
But it's just a fixed amount not a percentage, also would the 'paypal' just be 'stripe' in the code?
If anyone can help me, I would appreciate it!
EDIT: https://wordpress.org/plugins/checkout-fees-for-woocommerce/
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Vendors, just a reminder that a lot of people with BCH feel rich and wouldnt mind some impulse buying your stuff.

Any announcement here that you accept BCH will certainly be worth your time.
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My response to recent concerns

Hey all,
I’ve spent some time during my flight back home to discuss in detail the experience in Singapore, what talked about, things the mods and team are working on, improvements that can be made and some other things too. This post has also had input from the other moderators too.
I don’t think any of the mods were massively pleased with the outcome of how we portrayed our time in Singapore during the last update and it certainly didn’t put across all the fantastic things we learnt or discussed while we were there. There was a quick turnaround with the update and with some of us were travelling and heading to other countries for various reasons it wasn’t ideal – anyway let’s begin. P.s. I apologise in advance for the lengthy post.

Education

As most of you are aware there is a rebranding process going on for Request currently, it was really exciting to hear Robbins experience and to see the scope of the project. Request are working with an industry leading full-service digital agency to improve the understandability of Request through educational content.
The current Request website is mainly catered towards ICO investors and hasn’t really changed much since the token sale – when visiting the site, it’s extremely difficult to understand what Request is, how it works and who can it benefit from the platform. One of the goals of the project is to revamp the website to cater for developers, businesses, users, community members, early adopters and investors.
The concept of the blockchain, Request, and its products is daunting for the non-technical audience. While the team know it’s important to cater for developers and other industry professionals having an easy to understand project with easy to consume information is an important step towards adoption.
The Request Hub will also play a critical part in the growth of the Request Network. The new website will have a focus on developers and businesses and pushing them towards the hub and how they can use the funding to help create their projects. Most of you will probably be aware that the dApps + the core protocol are different projects entirely. Internally, this is also the case.
You can see an visual image of the structure here: https://imgur.com/pXF1gEK
The core platform team is responsible for protocol development, things like scaling solutions, data encryption, extensions, features like cross-currency etc. Whereas the dApp teams focus on creating applications built on the Request platform, crowdfunding, invoicing, payments etc. Although this isn’t new information it’s important for sections later in the write-up.

FIAT

This is an excerpt from the 8th June AMA special project update (https://blog.request.network/request-network-project-update-june-8th-2018-ama-special-request-network-now-available-for-5da85547d933) which covers the teams thoughts on FIAT.
Fiat integration is vital for the success of the Request Network for medium to long-term. What we focus on today is making sure the protocol has enough features and a solid developer experience to attract developers to build reliable financial tools on top of the Request Network. The foundation prioritizes its own development goals based on direct feedback coming from the developer community. We receive requests for features that are needed by developers, as their product depends on it.
Today, the main feedback coming from the developer community is to make it easier to use the library, implementation of encryption, cross currency support and adding more cryptocurrencies. Apart from these requests, scalability of the protocol itself and developing extensions such as escrow are also prioritized as it is crucial for adoption of the protocol by developers. The above are our current priorities in development, while we in parallel are researching several fiat integration options mentioned in an update last December.
All of the above bullet points are things the team are actively researching and looking into, we discussed how the Singapore government is looking at tokenizing the Singaporean Dollar and how many more governments in the future will look at taking this route, however this is a long way off.
A decentralised Oracle with Chainlink would be ideal but it’s not ready yet.
Integrations by partnerships with banks / partnering with credit card companies or processors (like Stripe) is incredibly difficult (especially being decentralised) but it’s something the team will actively work on / towards.
Oracle and bank APIs – we discussed several projects here like StellarX, OmiseGo and more – each have their own pros and cons but nothing in the space is really ready for FIAT, some options are close and the team are keeping a close eye on several projects in this space.
There are tonnes of regulatory issues surrounding FIAT and the blockchain, governments are dubious about the blockchain technology and banks are having a tough time getting involved too – even big companies like Binance, Coinbase and Circle still can’t obtain a banking license after many years of trying. The regulatory situation will change, crypto is still a young industry and it will take time for governments to catch up.
Instead of spending time trying to achieve FIAT which wasn’t viable, their time has been spent on far more productive things such as scaling solutions, data encryption, working on various dApps, working with partners, hiring and much more. The better the platform the more impact having FIAT will have when it comes. Yes, not being able to stick to the roadmap isn’t ideal, but the team have realised there are limitations and made the best of the situation.
Would it have been good if the team have been more transparent about FIAT and the issues they faced? Absolutely. Detailed articles about subjects like this do take time, and raise further questions which also take up the team’s time. We want to find a good balance going forward of keeping the team on track and keeping the community informed. We will also work with the team to improve communication for things like this (if they ever arise in the future) and how the mods can alleviate some of the time-pressure if possible.
The team do realise the importance of FIAT, it hasn’t been forgotten and will be something the team will keep on the roadmap – in the future when FIAT is possible we will have a much more mature platform and many use cases live and ready to integrate FIAT.

Marketing

One of the most discussed things over the past months is marketing, this is a very important topic and it’s something that can make or break a project.
As per the ‘Rebranding + Restructure’ section, marketing will be broken down into two different groups, dApps and the core Request platform. The marketing for each of these aspects is very different.
So, why aren’t the team marketing right now? Quite simply – the platform just isn’t ready yet, there isn’t enough value to risk marketing at this stage. This is the same with some of the dApps, they are close, but they still aren’t quite there yet.
In my case if we take a look at the WooCommerce + Shopify plugins, if I go ahead and run a PPC (pay-per-click) campaign before BTC is integrated, then users may leave the site and never return. In this instance I will have lost money as well as a potential customer. This is just one example but it’s the same for other dApps too.
Right now, The team are making active steps towards marking when the platform and dApps are, as well as hiring dedicated marketers.
I do want to say that the team truly understand the importance of marketing, they will market the project and the dApps– it’s critical they do so.
To break it down there are entirely separate game-plans to consider when marketing, the core platform and dApps.
Core Platform (Foundation)
Marketing for the core platform will focus on; educating the community about the platform, educating developers / businesses / potential partners about the Request protocol and how it can be used by / integrated into business workflows.
The rebrand will have a big focus on education and driving adoption of the Request Hub + Fund. In the meantime, we are discussing ways to improve the Request Hub and how we can get more developers involved at this stage, I have covered this in more detail in the ‘Request Hub’ section.
dApps
Each dApp will in essence be its own entity (business) and will act independently of the foundation. Each dApp will have a dedicated team, individual aims and goals, potentially a custom roadmap, a proprietary marketing strategy and much more (everything you expect from a typical business).
Marketing for individual dApps will vary greatly depending on what the dApp is, some will be focussed on B2B, some B2C, some dApps might be a combination of both.

Hiring + strategies to find new devs

The foundation growing at a quick rate and one of the things we discussed in Singapore was hiring and strategies to find new devs.
There are several strategies that the Request team can adopt alongside job advertisements to help entice developers, not only to the foundation but also to the Request Hub. We discussed potentially using freelancers and then hiring if they are a good fit, more engagement from the team with people that contribute to the Request Hub and how the team can help (financially via the fund + time set aside for devs), hackathons with prize incentives, speaking at developer conferences (very important). Some ways of engaging with developers do require the platform / ecosystem to be more mature but we are actively working on making these things a reality. Also, improving the community sentiment will also drive hype which in turn hopefully attracts more developers.

Request Hub + Request Fund

In my opinion one of the best selling points of Request is the Request Hub + Fund. Although there is activity in the hub and some projects have receiving funding it is nowhere near as widely used as it could be. As I’ve discussed in the marketing section, the renewed website will have a big focus on pushing the Hub + Fund.
Aside from the marketing aspect I have also been speaking to teams in the Hub for a while about how the flow for funding can be improved, we have discussed the barrier to entry for the fund (MVP limitations), the turnaround time for responding to funding applications (needs to be quicker), having the team engage more with the Request Hub devs as well as actively helping them with their business needs.
In the future I will also look at creating a suite of tutorials, and potentially workshops, for the Request Hub to help get developers up and running.

Bi-weekly updates

One of the hot topics since returning from Singapore has been the bi-weekly updates, we have been discussing with the team how they can be improved without taking up too much time for the team. There are several things which are actively being discussed:
This will be an ongoing discussion with the foundation, it will take time to refine the bi-weeklys and we also need to find a happy medium that suits both the foundation and the community too.

The Community Managers and our role

The goal as community managers is to firstly ensure that the social channels e.g. Reddit, Discord, Slack and Telegram are a good place for investors, the team and developers – we want to ensure it’s good for open discussions (both positive and negative) and a place where we can educate people about Request too.
As community managers we want to try and stay as impartial as possible, we will help to educate when we can, we’ll shut down any false information and we’ll help alleviate any concerns where possible. We don’t want to take sides, we are simply there to be a bridge between the team and the community.
We want the Request community to be an open place where anyone can discuss what they want, we want to see discussions about good things and bad – we don’t want Request to be a place where negativity is censored. We (the mods) are just normal guys, we love technology, we love the blockchain, we are just investors like all of you, and we want the best for the Request Network.
We are continually improving how we and the team deliver information, but things can still be improved massively – we are already actioning some things to improve communication between the community and the team and we have plenty of other things lined up too.

Roadmap

During the rebrand the website will rework the dynamic roadmap to something potentially similar to Ark (https://ark.io/roadmap), with percentages (or something similar) and a breakdown of each goal on the roadmap. This will help with transparency and also allow the community to track progress more easily.
I’ll cover my perspective on the dynamic roadmap looking from a developers point of view, as a lot of people are still unsure as to why the roadmap has changed and in turn it raises lots of questions.
From a developers point of view.
As a dev it can be incredibly difficult to hit deadlines that are more than a few weeks / over a month or two away, the further away the date the harder it is to estimate + hit deadlines. This is the case for a normal business, but as crypto is insanely fast paced and such a new industry this is even more prevalent.
In the normal development world you typically work in weekly / bi-weekly sprints to produce features in small iterations which contributes to the overall project, at the end of each sprint you re-evaluate the previous weeks and re-adjust timings / resources if necessary – estimating deadlines months in advance is almost impossible.
The biggest issue about committing to a firm date is that crypto adoption is moving at a fast rate, non-blockchain businesses are getting involved with cryptocurrencies and a great platform like Request is an attractive option for them. On-boarding these businesses takes money, expertise and most importantly team resources. The team is growing but for now the time spent with these partners needs to come from somewhere, and unfortunately features can sometimes get affected.
Let's take BTC support - if the team was fully focused on BTC I would have no doubt there would have been no delay. But PwC came along, which took up development resources and, unfortunately, impacted the deadline. Long-term, having PwC onboard will have a more positive effect on the overall Request Network ecosystem. Partnerships won't wait around, Bitcoin support will.
With these partnerships there will be a push for features they want to see. PwC for example, would be focused on the accounting so they would likely be pushing for accountancy related dApps (http://accounting.request.network/) - when the roadmap was first created the team could never predict such a huge entity like PwC would come onboard, so changing focus is sometimes required from a project. Once again, long-term this will benefit Request massively.
From a development perspective changing the roadmap is a fantastic move in my opinion, the team never know what is around the corner and being able to quickly adapt to new opportunities, on-boarding companies are critical for the long-term viability of the network. As the team grow there will be more development resource available to focus on the core platform and partners which will allow the team to better predict features in the future. Once again, I’d like to reiterate things do need improving here, the team can be more transparent, and the roadmap can, and will, be improved.

Summary

The Singapore trip was fantastic, and it was an incredible experience working closely with the team and it was great to see their passion and talent while working away through the week, it’s an excellent work environment too.
Every bit of feedback is incredibly important, please don’t hesitate to get in touch at any time to me or any of the mods, either by Reddit, Discord, Slack or Telegram.
There is a lot of work ahead for the mods and the team, but rest assured we have every single one of your concerns in our scope; the community and the perception you guys have is so important to the team and the project. There are a lot of great things going on that we will continue to improve and lots of things that need changing – it won’t be something that happens overnight but something that will be continuously improving for the entirety of the project – we are dedicated to working hard and improving Request and the community every day.
At the end of all this, actions speak louder than words, and we will take everything into consideration to help ensure Request thrives, we are already in the process of actively making changes.
Apologies for the lengthy post but hopefully this clears some bits up and helps to put across some of the great things we saw in Singapore, if you have any other questions feel free to leave a comment or get in touch privately. Cheers.
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[For Hire] Developer: PHP/Laravel/Wordpress $55/hour - I'm familiar with web-scraping and API's.

Hey,
My name is Patrick. I'm a developer in Provo, Utah with 8+ years experience.
I've worked on projects large and small from freelance gigs to a team of 10 developers using scrum/github to manage the project.
Skills:
Laravel
PHP
Wordpress / Woocommerce
Jquery
Vue
Angular
Ionic/Cordova
Bootstrap
CSS
HTML
Javascript
Web scraping
API's
SEO / PPC
Payment: I require a deposit of $500 on all projects, and the rest upon completion.
I currently prefer paypal, but I can also process stripe payments.
I'm also open to using Bitcoin as an option.
I'm open to flat rate and hourly on-going. My rate is $70/hour.
PM me for my resume/portfolio and to discuss project specifics.
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Chimpion - All In One Crypto-based E-commerce Platform

For a few years now, the reception Cryptocurrency and its fundamental blockchain innovation is expanding every day. What's more, this has made to see numerous new businesses that have the intetest of utilizing this amazing technology to disrupt many business models. This imaginative innovation is twisted in altering practically all industry. Despite the fact that blockchain is seen by numerous individuals to be a financial related technological development which has been turned out to be to be some way or another valid with many decentralized currencies forms like Bitcoin and Altcoins, an ongoing study by Deloitte uncovers that numerous ventures are forcefully seeking ways to coordinate and make utilization of blockchain innovation in their business ecosystem. And furthermore given the mind boggling benefits that web based ecommerce could appreciate by coordinating blockchain innovation into its center ecosystem subsequently, it is only an issue of when blockchain-based web based ecommerce will the new normal and Chimpion is leading others in the race of building a blockchain-based web based ecommerce payment system platform that will be simple for one and all to utilize.

Global online ecommerce industry keeps on getting a charge out of uniform development and it is now a multi trillion dollars industry with numerous huge names like Amazon, Alibaba e.t.c. Also, as we probably aware, owners of Amazon and Alibaba are in top ten most richest individuals in the world, this is marvelous and it demonstrates how immense the market is.

As I said previously, blockchain innovation will go far in making ventures that require outsider trust agent to be increasingly effective and remove the likelihood of misrepresentation and human mistake in the system. Web based ecommerce industry is one of such ventures and we have seen the making of some outsider blockchain-based applications which has possessed the capacity to some degree however not by any stretch of the imagination usable by merchants because of absence of crypto web based ecommerce foundation constructed solely for ecommerce industry yet Chimpion is bowed to change the norm with their new Crypto-based ecommerce platform.

Chimpion plans to offer a straightforward yet advanced Cryptocurrency payment system with an altered web based ecommerce ecosystem and settlement backend. Chimp with make it feasible for merchants to make a natural retail front-end with an inbuilt crypto payment system and opportunity of picking which coin to allow or not. This implies Chimpion ecosystem is worked with multi-crypto in-view and this make it to be exceedingly adaptable. The ecosystem additionally comprise of an inbuilt dependability rewards system and committed wallet. The platform brigde the hole among Cryptocurrency and computerized web based business world.

Merchants will have the capacity to transfer their goods and its listing will show in Cryptocurrency as the base currency division with no extra module and there will dependably be constant updates of Cryptocurrency price through their API.

The wonderful thing about the project is that it isn't like a typical Cryptocurrency project with delightful arrangement of activities which they may not work on after raising funds for the project through ICO. Chimpion isn't following this part, they are building up their platform without joining the ICO craze and make cash out of individuals, as am composing this Chimpion has been completely created and fully in used.

The platform was designed utilizing verified advancements from Shopping Cart Elite, Paytomat, Gemini and MoonCatcher. With this, the platform is completely prepared to upset the multi-trillion dollar global internet ecommerce market and they as of now have numerous merchants in United States that have officially received Chimpion's platform to acknowledge cryptocurrency payments, including Marks Jewelers, Mahone's Wallpaper Shop, NewParts, Rosetta Coffee, and some more.

Dual-token Powered Platform

The platform embraced dual-token system with every one of them having its very own inborn utilization in the system. The name of the first token is Chimpion (CHIMP) which powers merchant retail facades and internet business ecosystem. This token will likewise be the local money in the Chimpion store which will incorporates their selective attire product offering with gift vouchers from significant retailers and merchants from the catalog of Chimpion.

The second token in Chimpion platform is the Banana token (Bnana) which is the reward layer of Chimpion ecosystem. Purchasers will have the capacity to win Bnana by purchasing stuffs from merchants in Chimpion platform utilizing the CHIMP token. Bnana remains as faithfulness rewards token for the platform. Bnana token is trading as of now on Mercatox which you can get to trade.

Chimpion Platform

Chimpion platform is a Crypto-based internet business platform which any online merchants can use to move products globally by simply holding CHIMP token. You don't have to make any payment or month to month membership, all you simply need to get to the platform is to hold the token. It is des by Shopping Cart Elite and it joins the highlights of famous online business sites like Shopify and WooCommerce with the conveniency of payment processor like Stripe. The platform does not require any extra modules and it very well may be additionally upgraded with future Dapps.

Ws : https://www.chimpion.io/
White Paper : https://www.chimpion.io/whitepape
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Why Chimpion?

The bedrock of present day computerized world is the Internet. Since the innovation Of the World Wide Web (WWW), our lives has never been the same
With the significant presence of e-commerce in our technological world, many individuals now demand cryptocurrency payment processors. Although third-party applications have tried to bridge the gap, it has been extremely difficult for most merchants to adopt the online crypto payments due to the unavailability of dedicated crypto e-commerce infrastructure. But that is about to change with the Chimpion platform. Chimpion offers merchants with a simple yet advanced cryptocurrency payment system which comes with a settlement backend and custom e-commerce. Through Chimpion’s groundbreaking technology, merchants can accept cryptocurrency payment via the internet and at the same time launch a complete feature of e-commerce storefronts. Asides this, it gives stakeholders the option to set their preferred coin as the base currency denomination. With a dedicated wallet and a built-in incentive program, Chimpion serves as the bridge that connects the businesses to the world of digital commerce.
Banana Token (BNANA) powers the e-commerce ecosystem and merchant storefronts of Chimpion exchange. The shoppers can use the token as a payment currency and as bounty incentive to committed merchants. Also, individuals can earn BNANA from Chimpion merchants by making a purchase. Merchants can gain unfettered access to Chimpion’s advanced crypto e-commerce platform without paying or signing up for a monthly subscription. Chimpion’s crypto e-commerce platform incorporates the features of popular e-commerce platforms like WooCommerce and Shopify with the convenience offered by payment processors such as Stripe. Like Stripe, Chimpion also functions as a checkout method and payment processing system. Unlike with BitPay and Coinbase, Know Your Customer (KYC) processes are not essential, as merchants have the freedom to choose between settling their funds in cryptocurrency or opt for their preferred stablecoin. The stablecoin supported on this platform includes; USDC, TUSD, USDT, PAX, and GUSD.
Chimpion offers several benefits to the merchant, customer and the cryptocurrency core team in general. For the merchant, it helps to improve search engine optimization (SEO), access customers who are managing and actively trading cryptocurrency and helps to avoid chargeback fraud. For the customer, they earn BNANA tokens through loyalty, access exclusive dealers worldwide, and capitalize on high yields by buying real products rather than the expense and hassle involved in selling coins for Bitcoin. For the cryptocurrency core team, the platform increases the value, liquidity, and usability of a coin through crypto e-commerce thereby leading to wide adoption. There are plans to incorporate additional features and functions into the platform. Some of the plans are as follows; the migration of data vault from Amazon EC2 to the blockchain of the platform, the addition of plugins for Amazon import, eBay migration, and inventory control, all developed by Shopping Cart Elite and many more.
In conclusion, Chimpion’s vision is to empower consumers and businesses to function effectively in the blockchain-enabled global economy. By making it easy to transact sales with cryptocurrency, businesses can now exploit the benefits of selling with cryptocurrency. Crypto e-commerce enables merchants to avoid long delays and high payment processing fees associated with conventional e-commerce
For more data about Chimpion venture, check any of the connections underneath:
Website
Whitepaper
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FINALLY !! A CHIMPION CREATION! ALLOWS MERCHANTS ADOPT E-COMMERCE THROUGH DIGITAL CURRENCY

FINALLY !! A CHIMPION CREATION! ALLOWS MERCHANTS ADOPT E-COMMERCE THROUGH DIGITAL CURRENCY

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INTRODUCTION
Since the inception of cryptocurrency and the bitcoin technology, there has been different platform and trading for cryptocurrency blockchains, we know that the bitcoin is a cryptocurrency, a form of electronic cash. It is a decentralized digital currency without a central bank or single administrator that can be sent from user-to-user on the peer-to-peer bitcoin network without the need for intermediaries.
Chimpion is an all in one ecommerce, point of sale, digital wallet with crypto to fiat settlement system. Chimpion’s is launching e-commerce storefronts that allow merchants to accept cryptocurrency payments, choosing their favorite altcoin as the base currency denomination and allowing the merchant to settle their crypto into fiat through a stablecoin.
Chimpion (CHIMP) provides merchants with a simple yet sophisticated cryptocurrency payment system with a custom e-commerce and settlement backend. Through Chimpion’s innovative technology, merchants can launch full-fledged e-commerce storefronts and accept cryptocurrency payments online, with the option to set the coin of their choice as the base currency denomination. With a built-in incentive program and dedicated wallet, Chimpion gives businesses a seamless connection to the world of digital commerce.

THE CHIMPION BRAND

Chimpion is derived from the word “champion”, to signify both the coin’s superiority over incumbent cryptocurrencies and the organization’s core mission of championing the adoption of crypto for e-commerce. The word “champion” has a similar pronunciation in many widely-spoken languages, making Chimpion a highly relevant name to numerous cultures. Monkeys have historically played an important role in both Chinese and Indian culture.
The chimpanzee was chosen as a mascot to represent Chimpion because of the species’ association with exploration, being one of the first animals to travel into space. Likewise, Chimpion is pioneering a new era of transacting by driving the adoption of cryptocurrency for e-commerce.
Chimps are also known to be highly intelligent compared to other animals, even surpassing human memory of numerals in some cases, which symbolizes the benefits of a blockchain-enabled economy. Highly community-focused and even capable of empathy, altruism and self-awareness, the chimpanzee is a fitting symbol for Chimpion, which aims to drastically improve the way humans exchange value.

Dual-Token Dynamic

Chimpion (CHIMP) powers our merchant storefronts and e-commerce ecosystem. It is the bounty incentive to onboard merchants in an effort to drive adoption. CHIMP will also be the base currency denomination in the Chimpion Store, which will feature our exclusive apparel product line along with gift cards from major retailers and merchants from the Chimpion directory.
Banana Token (BNANA) is the reward layer of the Chimpion ecosystem. BNANA is earned through purchases from Chimpion merchants using CHIMP or any other cryptocurrency. BNANA functions like points on a loyalty card, which can be redeemed for promotional offers, discounts, and exclusive products.

Coin Specifications

Chimpion is hosted on the EOS blockchain using Delegated Proof-of-Stake (DPoS). DPoiS, a method invented by Dan Larimer, resolves many of the problems seen in Proof-of-Work (PoW) and Proof-of-Stake (PoS) systems. In a DPoS system, a technological democracy is created by a community of block producers and staked users that agree to a certain set of rules.
DPoS and PoS are two different protocols; in a PoS system, every wallet that contains coins is able to participate in process of validating transactions and forming consensus, thus the more coins in your wallet, the more coins you will eventually receive. With DPoS system every wallet that contains coins is able to vote for representatives. These representatives validate transactions and form consensus, and are paid for their efforts through the system. This avoids a pitfall of PoS, which is that, just like in PoW, consolidation will eventually occur.

Blockchain

Chimpion’s crypto e-commerce platform is powered by a unique, delegated proof-of-stake (dPoS) consensus. Our engineers have developed the Proof-of-Store as Proof-of-Stake (poS as PoS) protocol, allowing any Chimpion-powered merchant storefront to become a masternode on the CHIMP blockchain. The Chimpion blockchain will initially operate in the form of an EOS smart contract, which will migrate to its own chain upon the launch of our mainnet. This will enable us to integrate our advanced e-commerce platform with a secure smart contract blockchain that will feature loyalty rewards, dApps, and token creation for our merchants.

Platform

By holding Chimpion (CHIMP), merchants gain access to Chimpion’s robust crypto e-commerce platform for free, without a monthly subscription fee. Developed by Shopping Cart Elite, Chimpion’s crypto e-commerce platform combines the features of popular e-commerce platforms like Shopify and WooCommerce with the convenience of payment processors like Stripe. Our cryptocurrency storebuilder does not require any additional plugins and will be further enhanced with future dApps.
Chimpion also functions as a payment processing system and checkout method, similar to Stripe. Unlike with Coinbase and BitPay, Know Your Customer (KYC) processes are not necessary, as merchants can choose to either settle their funds in cryptocurrency or automatically sell for their preferred stablecoin with assured privacy. The following stablecoins are supported: USDT, TUSD, USDC, GUSD (NYDFS-approved), and PAX (NYDFS-approved).

Chimpion Core

Chimpion’s in-house developed proprietary system is currently being migrated to EOS and includes Paytomat Core in the form of an EOS smart contract and services responsible for maintaining merchant accounts and balances, merchant interfaces (Merchant Web Panel, Merchant App, POS integrations, and e-commerce plugins), and consumer apps (non-custodial cryptocurrency wallets).

Empowering Merchants

Chimpion’s primary goal is to grow the adoption of cryptocurrency as a payment solution by creating a rich e-commerce platform centered on digital assets. We look to not just onboard merchants, but also to create partnerships with the core teams of established crypto projects. Through Chimpion, new startups and established merchants alike can utilize our vast network and propose their business concepts to various cryptocurrency projects. If core teams do not take notice, Executive Diamond Node holders can vote to select that project to receive funding.
As an example, take the following scenario:
Carlos wants to start a dress shirt brand by launching a Litecoin-denominated storefront through Chimpion, where all products are listed at 1 LTC regardless of price volatility. He wants to cater to the Litecoin community so he buys a given amount of CHIMP and submits a proposal to receive funding. Carlos needs $20,000 as initial capital and a $5,000 monthly allowance. The Chimpion community votes
in favor of his project, so he receives the funding in CHIMP and his storefront is listed in the Chimpion directory. Charlie Lee, founder of Litecoin, takes notice and promotes Carlos’ business to his 700,000 Twitter followers.
By pairing the right concept with the right core team, Chimpion creates an ecosystem where real businesses selling physical goods and services will help drive the adoption of various cryptocurrency projects, benefiting everyone – merchants, developers, and investors.
Our target audience consists of three customer types including cryptocurrency core teams, merchants wanting to accept crypto, and customers paying with crypto.

Network

The Chimpion network will be secured with 256 bit SSL encryption and advanced security measures will be taken to ensure privacy and data protection. The Paytomat centralized merchant dashboard and Shopping Cart Elite databases will remain on Shopping Cart Elite-hosted servers and the database vault will be hosted on Amazon EC2 for the duration of 2019. In 2020, the database vault will be migrated to the Chimpion blockchain.

BCD PAY WALLET

BCD PAY WALLET is integrated with #chimpion network, it is a mobile wallet that can be downloaded from google play store with a friendly and an easy to use interface. Every smartphone could become a sophisticated banking platform where users can transact and place orders on the go. Users can use it to send and receive a vast range of digital assets, pay for deliveries, shop online securely because it has the latest security functionality. BCD PAY WALLET GOOGLE PLAY DOWNLOAD
BCD PAY WALLET APK ANDROID DOWNLOAD The mobile application will also be made available on iOS (Apple Play Store) soon, the app will serve as a mobile payment gateway, users will be able to use digital assets to pay for services rendered to them instead of the use FIAT (Government issued currency.) that was traditionally used for payment. The wallet supports all ERC-20 tokens, all EOS tokens, Bitcoin Diamond, Bitcoin Core, Litecoin, Dash, Ethereum, Waves, Bitcore, and many others.


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CHIMPION CURRENT MERCHANTS

  1. BCD Bazaar
  2. Marks Jewelers
  3. Mahone’s Wallpaper Shop
  4. Rosetta Coffee

ABOUT CHIMPION TOKEN (BNANA)

BNANA is the abbreviation of CHIMPION TOKEN which was created on the EOS blockchain, it is EOS compliant. BNANA is a digital asset that is virtual & electronic which will be used as the standard mode of payment for services rendered on #chimpion platform. Users or holders can purchase merchandise from any merchants on CHIMPION powered online stores without any hiccup.

TOKEN ECONOMICS

COIN NAME: CHIMPION
TICKER: BNANA
NETWORK: EOS COMPATIBLE
TOTAL SUPPLY: 100 BILLION BNANA

COIN ALLOCATION

TEAM & ADVISORY: 5.15%
MARKETING: 7.22%
FOUNDATION PAYROLL: 10.31%
STRATEGY PARTNERS: 15.46%
COMMUNITY AIRDROP: 61.86%
THE CORE TEAM

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ROAD MAP
Website :https://www.chimpion.io/
White paper : https://www.chimpion.io/whitepape
User name Bounty0x : sobaint1
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Bitcoin payments on a wordpress site

I currently use WooCommerce with the Stripe processing plugin for one of my ecommerce sites and was trying to implement Bitcoin payments as an option. I've been reading through the plugins offered but was hoping there was someone here who could provide some advice or insight. I use the Stripe payment gateway right now but it doesn't have a specific Bitcoin option.
Here are the plugins I'm considering:
GoURL Commerce
XAdapter for WooCommerce
or the one I think I'm leaning towards:
Woocommerce Coingate
Any advice for these plugins or better options would be greatly appreciated.
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Community management response to recent concerns.

Hey all,
I’ve spent some time during my flight back home to discuss in detail the experience in Singapore, what talked about, things the mods and team are working on, improvements that can be made and some other things too.
I don’t think any of the mods were massively pleased with the outcome of how we portrayed our time in Singapore during the last update and it certainly didn’t put across all the fantastic things we learnt or discussed while we were there. There was a quick turnaround with the update and with some of us were travelling and heading to other countries for various reasons it wasn’t ideal – anyway let’s begin. P.s. I apologise in advance for the lengthy post.

Rebrand + the Request structure

As most of you are aware there is a rebrand going on for Request currently, it was really exciting to hear Robbins experience and to see the scope of the rebrand. Request are working with an industry leading full-service digital agency to improve Request not only as a brand but as an organisation too.
The current Request website is mainly catered towards ICO investors and hasn’t really changed much since the token sale – when visiting the site, it’s extremely difficult to understand what Request is, how it works and who can it benefit from the platform. One of the goals of the rebrand is to completely revamp the website to cater for developers, businesses, users, community members, early adopters and investors.
The concept of the blockchain, Request, and its products is daunting for the non-technical audience. While the team know it’s important to cater for developers and other industry professionals having an easy to understand project with easy to consume information is an important step towards adoption.
The Request Hub will also play a critical part in the growth of the Request Network, the new rebrand + website will have a focus on developers and businesses and pushing them towards the hub and how they can use the funding to help create their projects. Alongside the rebrand the foundation will undergo a restructure (which ties into the new rebrand). Most of you will probably be aware that the dApps + the core protocol are different projects entirely, although the dApps leverage the Request platform they are treated and handled differently internally at Request.
You can see an visual image of the structure here: https://imgur.com/pXF1gEK
The core platform team are responsible for protocol development, things like scaling solutions, data encryption, extensions, features like cross-currency etc. Whereas the dApp team focus on creating applications built on the Request platform, crowdfunding, invoicing, payments etc. Although this isn’t new information it’s important for sections later in the write-up.

FIAT

This is an excerpt from the 8th June AMA special project update (https://blog.request.network/request-network-project-update-june-8th-2018-ama-special-request-network-now-available-for-5da85547d933) which covers the teams thoughts on FIAT.
Fiat integration is vital for the success of the Request Network for medium to long-term. What we focus on today is making sure the protocol has enough features and a solid developer experience to attract developers to build reliable financial tools on top of the Request Network. The foundation prioritizes its own development goals based on direct feedback coming from the developer community. We receive requests for features that are needed by developers, as their product depends on it.
Today, the main feedback coming from the developer community is to make it easier to use the library, implementation of encryption, cross currency support and adding more cryptocurrencies. Apart from these requests, scalability of the protocol itself and developing extensions such as escrow are also prioritized as it is crucial for adoption of the protocol by developers. The above are our current priorities in development, while we in parallel are researching several fiat integration options mentioned in an update last December.
All of the above bullet points are things the team are actively researching and looking into, we discussed how the Singapore government is looking at tokenizing the Singaporean Dollar and how many more governments in the future will look at taking this route, however this is a long way off.
A decentralised Oracle with Chainlink would be ideal but it’s not ready yet – hopefully we will see Chainlink launch on the main-net soon.
Integrations by partnerships with banks / partnering with credit card companies or processors (like Stripe) is incredibly difficult (especially being decentralised) but it’s something the team will actively work on / towards.
Oracle and bank APIs – we discussed several projects here like StellarX, OmiseGo and more – each have their own pros and cons but nothing in the space is really ready for FIAT, some options are close and the team are keeping a close eye on several projects in this space.
There are tonnes of regulatory issues surrounding FIAT and the blockchain, governments are dubious about the blockchain technology and banks are having a tough time getting involved too – even big companies like Binance, Coinbase and Circle still can’t obtain a banking license after many years of trying. The regulatory situation will change, crypto is still a young industry and it will take time for governments to catch up.
Instead of spending time trying to achieve FIAT which wasn’t viable, their time has been spent on far more productive things such as scaling solutions, data encryption, working on various dApps, working with partners, hiring and much more. The better the platform the more impact having FIAT will have when it comes. Yes, not being able to stick to the roadmap isn’t ideal, but the team have realised there are limitations and made the best of the situation.
Would it have been good if the team have been more transparent about FIAT and the issues they faced? Absolutely. Detailed articles about subjects like this do take time, and raise further questions which also take up the team’s time. We want to find a good balance going forward of keeping the team on track and keeping the community informed. We will also work with the team to improve communication for things like this (if they ever arise in the future) and how the mods can alleviate some of the time-pressure if possible.
The team do realise the importance of FIAT, it hasn’t been forgotten and will be something the team will keep on the roadmap – in the future when FIAT is possible we will have a much more mature platform and many use cases live and ready to integrate FIAT.

Marketing

One of the most discussed things over the past months is marketing, this is a very important topic and it’s something that can make or break a project.
As per the ‘Rebranding + Restructure’ section, marketing will be broken down into two different groups, dApps and the core Request platform. The marketing for each of these aspects is very different.
So, why aren’t the team marketing right now? Quite simply – the platform just isn’t ready yet, there isn’t enough value to risk marketing at this stage. This is the same with some of the dApps, they are close, but they still aren’t quite there yet.
In my case if we take a look at the WooCommerce + Shopify plugins, if I go ahead and run a PPC (pay-per-click) campaign before BTC is integrated, then users may leave the site and never return. In this instance I will have lost money as well as a potential customer. This is just one example but it’s the same for other dApps too.
Right now, The team are making active steps towards marking when the platform and dApps are, as well as hiring dedicated marketers.
I do want to say that the team truly understand the importance of marketing, they will market the project and the dApps– it’s critical they do so.
To break it down there are entirely separate game-plans to consider when marketing, the core platform and dApps.
Core Platform (Foundation)
Marketing for the core platform will focus on; educating the community about the platform, educating developers / businesses / potential partners about the Request protocol and how it can be used by / integrated into business workflows. They will also be marketing the Request Hub and the Request Fund to the devs and businesses.
The rebrand will have a big focus on education and driving adoption of the Request Hub + Fund. In the meantime, we are discussing ways to improve the Request Hub and how we can get more developers involved at this stage, I have covered this in more detail in the ‘Request Hub’ section.
dApps
Each dApp will in essence be its own entity (business) and will act independently of the foundation. Each dApp will have a dedicated team, individual aims and goals, potentially a custom roadmap, a propriety marketing strategy and much more (everything you expect from a typical business).
Marketing for individual dApps will vary greatly depending on what the dApp is, some will be focussed on B2B, some B2C, some dApps might be a combination of both.

Hiring + strategies to find new devs

The foundation growing at a quick rate and one of the things we discussed in Singapore was hiring and strategies to find new devs.
There are several strategies that the Request team can adopt alongside job advertisements to help entice developers, not only to the foundation but also to the Request Hub. We discussed potentially using freelancers and then hiring if they are a good fit, more engagement from the team with people that contribute to the Request Hub and how the team can help (financially via the fund + time set aside for devs), hackathons with prize incentives, speaking at developer conferences (very important). Some ways of engaging with developers do require the platform / ecosystem to be more mature but we are actively working on making these things a reality. Also, improving the community sentiment will also drive hype which in turn hopefully attracts more developers.

Request Hub + Request Fund

In my opinion one of the best selling points of Request is the Request Hub + Fund. Although there is activity in the hub and some projects have receiving funding it is nowhere near as widely used as it could be. As I’ve discussed in the marketing section, the rebrand will have a big focus on pushing the Hub + Fund.
Aside from the marketing aspect I have also been speaking to teams in the Hub for a while about how the flow for funding can be improved, we have discussed the barrier to entry for the fund (MVP limitations), the turnaround time for responding to funding applications (needs to be quicker), having the team engage more with the Request Hub devs as well as actively helping them with their business needs.
In the future I will also look at creating a suite of tutorials, and potentially workshops, for the Request Hub to help get developers up and running.

Bi-weekly updates

One of the hot topics since returning from Singapore has been the bi-weekly updates, we have been discussing with the team how they can be improved without taking up too much time for the team. There are several things which are actively being discussed:
This will be an ongoing discussion with the foundation, it will take time to refine the bi-weeklys and we also need to find a happy medium that suits both the foundation and the community too.

The Community Managers and our role

The goal as community managers is to firstly ensure that the social channels e.g. Reddit, Discord, Slack and Telegram are a good place for investors, the team and developers – we want to ensure it’s good for open discussions (both positive and negative) and a place where we can educate people about Request too.
As community managers we want to try and stay as impartial as possible, we will help to educate when we can, we’ll shut down any false information and we’ll help alleviate any concerns where possible. We don’t want to take sides, we are simply there to be a bridge between the team and the community.
We want the Request community to be an open place where anyone can discuss what they want, we want to see discussions about good things and bad – we don’t want Request to be a place where negativity is censored. We (the mods) are just normal guys, we love technology, we love the blockchain, we are just investors like all of you, and we want the best for the Request Network.
We are continually improving how we and the team deliver information, but things can still be improved massively – we are already actioning some things to improve communication between the community and the team and we have plenty of other things lined up too.

Roadmap

During the rebrand the website will rework the dynamic roadmap to something potentially similar to Ark (https://ark.io/roadmap), with percentages (or something similar) and a breakdown of each goal on the roadmap. This will help with transparency and also allow the community to track progress more easily.
I’ll cover my perspective on the dynamic roadmap looking from a developers point of view, as a lot of people are still unsure as to why the roadmap has changed and in turn it raises lots of questions.
From a developers point of view.
As a dev it can be incredibly difficult to hit deadlines that are more than a few weeks / over a month or two away, the further away the date the harder it is to estimate + hit deadlines. This is the case for a normal business, but as crypto is insanely fast paced and such a new industry this is even more prevalent.
In the normal development world you typically work in weekly / bi-weekly sprints to produce features in small iterations which contributes to the overall project, at the end of each sprint you re-evaluate the previous weeks and re-adjust timings / resources if necessary – estimating deadlines months in advance is almost impossible.
The biggest issue about committing to a firm date is that crypto adoption is moving at a fast rate, non-blockchain businesses are getting involved with cryptocurrencies and a great platform like Request is an attractive option for them. On-boarding these businesses takes money, expertise and most importantly team resources. The team is growing but for now the time spent with these partners needs to come from somewhere, and unfortunately features can sometimes get affected.
Let's take BTC support - if the team was fully focused on BTC I would have no doubt there would have been no delay. But PwC came along, which took up development resources and, unfortunately, impacted the deadline. Long-term, having PwC onboard will have a more positive effect on the overall Request Network ecosystem. Partnerships won't wait around, Bitcoin support will.
With these partnerships there will be a push for features they want to see. PwC for example, would be focused on the accounting so they would likely be pushing for accountancy related dApps (http://accounting.request.network/) - when the roadmap was first created the team could never predict such a huge entity like PwC would come onboard, so changing focus is sometimes required from a project. Once again, long-term this will benefit Request massively.
From a development perspective changing the roadmap is a fantastic move in my opinion, the team never know what is around the corner and being able to quickly adapt to new opportunities, on-boarding companies are critical for the long-term viability of the network. As the team grow there will be more development resource available to focus on the core platform and partners which will allow the team to better predict features in the future. Once again, I’d like to reiterate things do need improving here, the team can be more transparent, and the roadmap can, and will, be improved.

Summary

The Singapore trip was fantastic, and it was an incredible experience working closely with the team and it was great to see their passion and talent while working away through the week, it’s an excellent work environment too.
Every bit of feedback is incredibly important, please don’t hesitate to get in touch at any time to me or any of the mods, either by Reddit, Discord, Slack or Telegram.
There is a lot of work ahead for the mods and the team, but rest assured we have every single one of your concerns in our scope; the community and the perception you guys have is so important to the team and the project. There are a lot of great things going on that we will continue to improve and lots of things that need changing – it won’t be something that happens overnight but something that will be continuously improving for the entirety of the project – we are dedicated to working hard and improving Request and the community every day.
At the end of all this, actions speak louder than words, and we will action take everything into consideration to help ensure Request thrives.
Apologies for the lengthy post but hopefully this clears some bits up and helps to put across some of the great things we saw in Singapore, if you have any other questions feel free to leave a comment or get in touch privately. Cheers.
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[HELP] Looking for the best plugin to accept Bitcoin with WooCommerce

Hello guys ! I'm currently looking for a plugin to accept Bitcoin as a payment method on my website (running with WooCommerce and Stripe Gateway). Sadly, since my main currency is Euro, I can't use Stripe to accept Bitcoin (only USD is available at this time). I've been looking around for some plugins, but some of them are scams and others don't really seem trustful...
Do you have any recommandation? Thank you!
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Is it possible to edit the logo/text on the payment options button? Woocommerce

You know on the checkout page where it displays each payment option such as paypal, stripe, bitcoin ect. Well currently on my site it shows GoUrl and the logo of GoUrl on the checkout page of woocommerce.
I would like to edit that text and logo to say something like, pay by bitcoin, instead of the gourl text.
Is that possible?
Here is what i mean.
https://ibb.co/cqrF6d
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Here Is a Summary of the Most Popular Payment Gateway Solutions

We recently posted a question about what payment gateways you used and why (you can see that Q here ), and wanted to follow up with a summary of some of the most popular ones out there should you be looking to compare solutions:
Braintree
Braintree has become a competitive payment gateway since its launch in 2010. Eventually getting acquired by PayPal, Braintree now operates as a “PayPal Company” and could be one of the most progressive movers in the payment industry.
They accept payments from PayPal, Apple Pay, Android Pay, Venmo, and even Coinbase (bitcoin)! And, of course, they process traditional online payments as well. What’s notable about the company is their expansion into alternative payment methods. If your target demographic purchases through one of these alternative methods, you might consider Braintree as your payment gateway.
Supported Platforms: Bigcommerce, Magento, Spree Commerce, WooCommerce, Shopify (See other integrations here )
Processing Rates
Contract
There are no contract requirements with Braintree, and you get to take all of your customer data with you for free!
Clients: Bonobos, Airbnb, Uber, Casper, and more
Stripe (what we prefer to develop with)
Stripe began with a simple purpose: make it simple for businesses to do business online. They have a bit of a different appeal in that they build for developers, not merchants. This is an interesting approach for the company and shows their true vision is in the future.
By listening to and working with developers first, the company can be on the forefront of building progressive payment solutions. This was the case with their recent launch of Relay for Stripe.
If it is important for your company to be on top of capturing sales in a “non-traditional way” (through a third-party app, via marketplace, through subscriptions), then Stripe could be the right solution for you.
Supported Platforms: Bigcommerce, Shopify, WooCommerce, Magento, Spree Commerce (see other integrations here )
Processing Rates
Contract
There are no contract requirements, but you must have to agree to the Terms of Service & Privacy Policy.
Clients: Harry’s, Fitbit, Task Rabbit, Lyft, and more
Authorize.Net
Authorize.Net has been in the payment processing space for a while – since 1996. Because of its seniority in the space, this provider has maintained a decent portion of the payment gateway market share. Like the above-mentioned gateways, Authorize.Net provides similar fraud protection services, subscription capabilities, and simple checkout options.
The downside is that if you need to transfer your data, you cannot do it as seamlessly as Braintree’s free migration service. If you want to eventually leave Authorize.Net you will have to redo the entire process of collecting payment information from your clients for recurring billing and payment method. Not fun for you or for customers. On the bright side, Authorize.Net has a friendly interface and allows you to get fairly granular with your security settings so this is a nice plus for your development team (learned this from blk_slp)
Supported Platforms: Bigcommerce, Shopify, Volusion, WordPress, Magento (see other integrations here )
Processing Rates
Contract
Authorize.Net has a month-to-month option with no early termination fees, but if you choose to go through a reseller, you may encounter a contract and termination fees. Here is a detailed list of the “fine print” of their services agreement.
PayPal
The name “PayPal” is synonymous with online payments because they spearheaded the movement back in the late 90s – and they’re still going strong today. As mentioned above, they’ve acquired Braintree and now have that and Venmo under their belt. PayPal has also since separated from eBay, so they are one powerful and progressive entity on their own.
PayPal is a great alternative or “back up” solution to any other gateway solution you may have on your site. You can, of course, use it as your sole solution, but many brands have it as an alternative choice at checkout. Why? It’s a time saver and an alternative to people who do not wish to dole out their credit card info to every retailer they are purchasing from.
With over 165 million users it’s definitely a trusted platform, and chances are a good portion of your demographic has a PayPal account. This could be a good “backup” gateway for you to implement and do some A/B testing on your checkout experience. It could be the difference in making or losing a sale.
Supported Platforms: ALL. Since PayPal usually redirects to its own site, no platform integration is necessary. If you want to integrate with PayPal Express, the redirect is skipped entirely and the necessary information is provided by the Express API.
Processing Rates
Contract
Paypal does not have a contract obligation and you can cancel at any time. You do have to comply with the PayPal user agreement which you can read in full here.
Clients: You can see an exhaustive list of PayPal’s store directory here.
Amazon Payments
Amazon Payments launched in 2007 with the goal of providing users the same checkout experience they recieve from Amazon.com on other sites. Like PayPal, your customers’ transaction(s) can be conducted through Amazon Payments without leaving your website (conducted “inline”).
A plus about Amazon Payments is that your customers can have access to their 1-click shipping options, which is a feature of the Amazon.com checkout that highly increases conversions. If your customer base shops on Amazon, introducing this feature could greatly speed up your checkout process and, therefore, increase conversions.
Supported Platforms: Magento, Shopify, WooCommerce, Volusion (see other integrations here )
Processing Rates
Contracts
Amazon Payments does not operate on a contract and you can cancel your account anytime. Read more about cancellation here.
Clients: Patagonia, Jockey, Honest.Co, Blick, and more
Orbital Payment Gateway by Chase Paymentech
Chase is quite a big name to be moving in the payment gateway space. Naturally, it comes with pros and cons. One of the pros of choosing Orbital Gateway as your solution is that you may be able to get a much lower processing rate than offered by any company listed here (more on that below).
The main con stems from dealing with such a large entity. When companies are this large, they have problems maintaining customer service and providing a high quality product. Don’t expect the level of customer service from Chase that you’d get from PayPal. So, the processing rate is attractive, but it comes at a cost. Additionally, reviews of this gateway show that Orbital is very good at tailoring their pricing to the business versus a flat-rate for all types. If you are looking to lower your cost on processing rates, Orbital may be the right solution for you.
This solution has, however, racked up a lot of negative reviews.
Supported Platforms: Magento, Shopify, WooCommerce
Processing Rates
Contract
Orbital Gateway has now moved away from a contract agreement (though if you purchase through a reseller you may still encounter this) and is now on a monthly model. However, if you sign up to receive equipment from Orbital, you will probably encounter a 24-month service agreement.
World Pay
Another one of the original online payment providers, WorldPay started processing online payments in 1994. They are a global solution and have over 150,000 clients in the U.S. alone. However, because they are such a large company their customer service suffers.
Additionally, there may be some cancellation fees depending on what your WorldPay rep sets you up with in the beginning (more on that below). WorldPay is attractive in its lower rates, but it seems to be laced with fees and charges. Like Orbital, if you are looking for a lower processing rate, this gateway could be the right solution for you – but it’s going to come with a tradeoff. Overall, this solution seems outdated in both interface and pricing model. Our advice would be to read as many reviews as possible before using this solution.
Supported Platforms: BigCommerce, Magento, Spree Commerce, Shopify, WooCommerce
Processing Rates
Contract
With WorldPay, you have a contract of 3 years. Should you choose to cancel early, your fees can be anywhere from $95 – $295. You can read more about their contracts and cancellation fees here, and also take a look at the actual Terms & Conditions on their site.
That wraps it up! Thanks to the users who gave feedback in the original question - your insight helps so much. Especially from a developer's perspective as many people in this sub are owners/biz devs so it helps to have the technical perspective.
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Bitcoin woocommerce project.

Hello Entrepreneur redditers, I,m working on a subscription box service startup and I will like to use bitcoin as one of my woocommerce payment solution. I did some research on woocommerce bitcoin support and i came across these 3 plugins (Blockonomics, ChainPay, bitpay) .I,m not really familiar with bitcoin woocommerce integration and don’t know which once to go with, so i will like to know if anyone here has use any of these plugins and which one will be best one to go with for a payment solution for my project. I will be using stripe gateway aswell for credit payment but I need the ability to accept bitcoin aswell. I appreciate the help. Thanks
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[For Hire] Developer: PHP/Laravel/Wordpress $55/hour - I'm familiar with web-scraping and API's.

Hey,
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