How to Set up a BTCPay Store

In a step by step guide we explain here how you can set up a BTCPay store. You can also use this manual if you have set up your own payment server and want to create a store on it or if you have your store with another third-party provider. The BTCPay Shop or BTCPay Store manual is divided into four pages: Part 1 – Create BTCPay store Part 2 – BTCPay Store setup (this page) Part 3 – BTCPay Store administration Part 4 – BTCPay Store further setting options In part 1 an account and a BTCPay store was created. This is part 2 (Setting up BTCPay Shop) and this is where general settings are explained. Set up BTCPay Store After the BTCPay Store has been created, we can start with the individual settings. The section is called Manage store: Profiles and is divided into the following sub-sections: General Settings (Teil 2 – set up BTCPay Shop) Rates (Part 3 – Administrate BTCPay Store) Checkout experience Acces tokens Users Pay Button Integrations This page (part 2) contains the General Settings. The other sub-items are administered in the chapter BTCPay Store (part 3) covered. General note: Each user can create any number of stores. …

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How to Accept Bitcoin for Your Online Store

What does BTCPay Server offer? BTCPay Server is a solution to accept Bitcoin payments in your own business. But how does BTCPay Server differ from other solutions? To better understand this, you have to deal with the confusion of the term of payment gateway, payment provider, payment server or payment provider. What is the difference between the services of a BTCPay server and why do you need a Bitcoin Payment Gateway, a Bitcoin Payment Server or the services of a Bitcoin Payment Provider? Everyone has already paid by us on the Internet or in the store with PayPal, credit card or online bank transfer. But what actually happens, how does it work and who is involved? To describe this, the analogy from the real world helps. If you want to pay as a buyer at the supermarket chain, then you get a box pushed by the cashier. In this box you put your card, maybe enter a PIN and after a few seconds you get your purchases handed out. What does a Bitcoin Payment Provider do? The activities carried out in the background of the above box is the activity of a Bitcoin Payment Provider. The Bitcoin Payment Provider acts …

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Best BTCPay Server Hosting for Bitcoin Payments

LunaNode is a Canadian hoster specializing in hosting BTCPay Server and partner and sponsor of BTCPay Server. LunaNode can operate its own BTCPay server for less than $10 per month. With this BTCPay server, payments can be received via Bitcoin and Lightning in your own online shop or at the POS. The installation can be done without any prior knowledge is done with just a few clicks. Here you will find a step-by-step guide to set up your own BTCPay server including a full Bitcoin Node and the LND Lightning Network. Create an account at LunaNode Lunanode Homepage To register with LunaNode, an email address and a mobile phone number are required for SMS authorization. Personal data and data are not collected. After creating an account, the account must be charged in the first step. Charge Lunanode Dashboard Hosting is paid for on a daily basis. Lunanode offers payment by PayPal and by credit card. In addition, the payment by cryptocurrencies. Through the Coinbase option, payments can be made by ETH, LTC, BCH, DAI, LTC and USDC. Via the Bitcoin via BTCPay option, payments can be made by Bitcoin and by Lightning. Generate API Key After the credit has been …

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Masters and Slaves of Money

Bitcoin is the global declaration of independence from central bank tyranny. Robert Breedlove Money is a tool for trading human time. Central banks, the modern-era masters of money, wield this tool as a weapon to steal time and inflict wealth inequality. History shows us that the corruption of monetary systems leads to moral decay, social collapse, and slavery. As the temptation to manipulate money has always proven to be too strong for mankind to resist, the only antidote for this poison is an incorruptible money — Bitcoin. Counterfeiters are Slavemasters “Knowledge makes a man unfit to be a slave.” —Frederick Douglass In ancient western Africa, aggry beads—small, decorative glass beads—were used as money for many centuries. Of uncertain origins, these beads were a means of wealth transfer between people in trade (as money) and across generations (as dowries or heirlooms). When European explorers appeared in Africa in the 16th century, it was quickly apparent to them that aggry beads were highly valued by African locals. Since glass-making technology in Africa was primitive at the time, aggry beads were difficult to produce and, therefore, reliably scarce relative to other goods—a monetary property which supported their market value. Back in Europe, glass-making technology was …

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Disrupting Money? (Crypto &Amp; Defi) | Haven Bitcoin 2021

Disrupting Money? (Crypto & DeFi)

Bitcoin is completely reshaping our understanding and use of money. Is this the perfect time to jump in? What does the governmental adoption of Bitcoin mean for global economic stability? What about Ethereum and other altcoins? In today’s blog, we’ll present the most important insights and lessons from our recent Workshop, do a recap of Bitcoin itself, and discuss the broader trend of DeFi and what it means for the global financial system and the future of money. Let’s dive in… WHAT EXACTLY IS BITCOIN AGAIN? AND BLOCKCHAIN? For starters, Bitcoin is a digital currency and a technology for storing and transferring value. The current value of one bitcoin is about $35,000. You can buy things with Bitcoin, sell things for Bitcoin, and exchange Bitcoin for other currencies (and vice versa). At its core, Bitcoin is a decentralized digital currency: a virtual money based on software, designed by forward-thinking engineers. It eliminates the need for banks, gets rid of exchange fees, money transfer fees, and reduces the need for lawyers in transactions… all good things. But as Michael Saylor points out, perhaps the best way to understand the significance of Bitcoin is to compare it to existing monetary stores of …

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