Ethereum acceptance?

Started by WAO, Mar 10, 2023, 03:34 AM

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WAOTopic starter

Hey there.

Can you guide me on how to incorporate Ethereum acceptance within a wallet?
In the case of Bitcoin, a unique bitcoin address is generated for every order on the website, facilitating payment identification.
However, Ethereum utilizes a single address. So, how can a merchant properly implement this system?


In Ethereum, similar to Bitcoin, there are multiple addresses available. When receiving funds into a wallet, a transaction is recorded in the blockchain with a unique address serving as the payment identifier.
To receive ethers, we simply create a wallet and provide the address.
Additionally, there is no limitation on creating new wallets for each transaction, making the process similar to Bitcoin with minimal differences.

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There are two options you can consider:

Option 1:
Start by setting up the air server and configuring the RPC (Remote Procedure Call) protocol.

Option 2:
Alternatively, you can utilize existing APIs that are readily available for integration. Some popular options include:


These APIs provide pre-built functionality for Ethereum integration, allowing you to streamline the process of accepting Ethereum payments in your wallet or application.

Please note that before making a decision, it's essential to carefully assess the features, pricing, and documentation provided by each API provider to ensure compatibility with your specific requirements.

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Exploring these platforms can provide valuable insights into accepting Ethereum payments and managing transactions seamlessly. Moreover, it's beneficial to review user feedback and consult relevant forums or online communities to ensure that the chosen solution aligns with your specific business requirements.