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Cryptocurrency module

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Hi,

I'd be interested in developing this module: https://github.com/vblanch/cryptocurrencypsmodule for thirty bees.

I also just contacted the author of the module about doing so. I'll post if/what he replies.

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The developer doesn't have time, unfortunately. If anybody has the skills and time to do it here, please let me know.

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Well, @30knees, did you try this module? Modules compatible with PS 1.5 and 1.6 have a good chance to just work. If it doesn't work, what fails?

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@Traumflug There are some problems with 1.6: https://www.prestashop.com/forums/topic/309565-module-cryptocurrency-accept-payments-in-bitcoins-litecoins-dogecoins-etc/page-2 They don't look too major, though.

@mdekker I don't know how much time this would take or well the module is written, unfortunately, but this is what needs to be done judging from the forum screenshots:

Needs to have: - Have more decimals - Improve payment page, eg have a QR code, etc. - Support for other currencies (should be easy to just have fields for the respective addresses of the other coins) - Add link of finished module to https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Category:ShoppingCartInterfaces to promote thirty bees :-)

Nice to have: - Introduce master public key capability, as for example CoinSimple has: https://coinsimple.com/support/how-can-i-accept-bitcoin-directly-to-my-electrum-wallet-using-coinsimple/ and https://github.com/coinsimple - Self-verify payments and change payment status

I guess a lot could be pulled from: https://github.com/blockonomics/prestashop-plugin and https://github.com/bitpay/prestashop-plugin

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Pls tell if the module allows to accept MGO tokens. Its description says about working with different altcoins – not only with bitcoin…

The point is that I’m not a fan of BTH and even suppose the fall of its price in the near future. But there are other crypto currencies needed pay attention at. For example MGO tokens have a good potential because MobileGo, a company issuing them, has started the partnership with Xsolla, a company well-known for its payment services. That’s why I’d like to try this module but not sure if it’s relevant for usage.

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Just did the same thing today for this one:

https://addons.prestashop.com/en/other-payment-methods/24738-bitcoin-x-crypto-accept-bitcoins-and-cryptos.html

I need a module that doesn't rely on coinbase or other external company and can work directly with my hardware wallet. This module did the trick for ps 1.6 but I think it's not yet working on TB. I'll also let you know what he answers 😉

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The dev doesn't wanna contribute to thirty bees with his bitcoin addon. Trying now the blockonomics one I think. They only want 1% transaction fee (I believe!). The module itself is free. I'll update how it went in case I'll do it, probably next week.

https://github.com/blockonomics/prestashop-plugin

I will maybe test the one from github you linked above as well but that's 6 years since there was any work done on it so I think it might be quite outdated maybe even security wise not that clever, no pro on this...

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As I'm once more looking for a good solution (mainly without third party service behind like blockonomics or coingate) I tried to follow the github link (https://github.com/vblanch/cryptocurrencypsmodule), but it seems this user has abandoned github. @30knees you do not happen to have downloaded the repo and could make it available for download? 🙂

If anyone has knowledge of another module that doesn't use a third party service, it would be great if you could post it here so I could have a look at it as well. I'm very much in need of such a module 😉

 

edit: just saw the blockchain payment api v2... guess I'll give it a go even though I've never created a payment module for ps yet 😱

Thanks a lot!

Oli

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Here it : 

https://github.com/vblanch/cryptocurrency_ps_module

The underscores made the ps into italics and messed up the URL. 🙂

Would you mind sharing how your attempts at a new module go? Coingate is such an idiotic company I'd also prefer to go a different route. But they have so many different currencies. Lots of potential there.

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oh cool, thank you! weird that I haven't found the user or repo by searching github... Thanks!

I'm very new to ps/tb module dev and am not a programmer but more a content creator/designer/scripter. So the time I can spend on coding is a bit limited but I'll see what I can do, I need this too asap 🙂 I'll surely update you as soon as I know that there's any chance of me getting it to work/done, or maybe i'm just going to pay someone to develop it for me, in any case I'd make it publicly available, hopefully as open source. But I sadly cannot guarantee you that there will be a module in the end 🙂

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Theoretically coluld you not take one of the free modules (like blockonomics) and edit the code a little so the wallet address displayed to customer would be yours not third pary? It already has the back and front page functions right?

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7 hours ago, tarmogr said:

Theoretically coluld you not take one of the free modules (like blockonomics) and edit the code a little so the wallet address displayed to customer would be yours not third pary? It already has the back and front page functions right?

Hardly.

The problem here is to determine if the transaction is in the blockchain. You can either run local blockchain node and query it directly, or use third party service like blockonomics. They will watch your wallet and call webhook, in exchange for a fee. It's a good bargain if you ask me 

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Blockonomics(1.6.5) does not seem to work, atlest not for me. It throws an error when checking out: Can't load Order status

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22 minutes ago, tarmogr said:

Blockonomics(1.6.5) does not seem to work, atlest not for me. It throws an error when checking out: Can't load Order status

Module installs order status, but it is not active. Go to statues and activate them. That should help

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This looks like a bug in thirty bees, though. Active column is new (tb only, it wasn't in ps16), and for backwards compatibility it should be enabled by default

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Yes that did the trick thanks.

However it still seems buggy, There are broken image URLS, the footer is messed up (I bouble checked, the footer is ok with other methods) The Newsletter signup header (h4) is broken and the total amount mysteriously gets placed in email field.

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1 hour ago, nickz said:

And how happy are you?

It works well but nobody wants to pay with cryptocurrencies these days.

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1 minute ago, 30knees said:

It works well but nobody wants to pay with cryptocurrencies these days.

Yeah that is the world we live in. Crypto had a nice ring to its idea. BTC at least but greed got the best of it.

Now people are celebrating the sign up of an investment fund manger at crypto firm.

 

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