Dash Core Group
That is awesome, great work!!
Just one question: is it possible to keep the currency of the website in USD/EUR/whatever and have the plugin convert to DASH when the buyer selects that specific payment method? I'm assuming it is because you have the exchange rate multiplier option, but couldn't see that in action.
Yes, you can denominate the store in fiat and it will pull a live Dash exchange rate. I'm still working on non-fiat to non-fait exchange rates ATM (e.g. BTC to Dash). But I think that's a really really small chance of happening at the moment, since there aren't many BTC/LTC, etc. plugins right now. It's based on your WooCommerce store denomination. I just wanted to demonstrate that you could set prices directly in Dash.
Awesome plug-in, easy to use for woocommerce webshop owners. Will you be selling the plugin or will people have to pay a small percentage per transaction?
I will be selling the plugin for a one-time payment. I don't even have the ability for people to pay per transaction as it uses BIP32 public keys to allow customers to deposit direct to a store owner's Electrum wallet -- I'm not processing payments in any way.
I wasn't going to use one at all, but WooCommerce expects a currency character symbol when you add a currency, and it looks really odd when you leave it out (as in, they display a character placeholder that's empty and looks really weird). So I chose the Vietnamese Dong symbol because it looks kinda like the Dash graphic 'D'. I'm not sure if I could stick a non-UTF8 character in there or if a reference to a graphic would work.
I agree that the D used in the plugin is usually associated with Doge, not Dash...
Yeah, I'm not really concerned with the character used... but for the sake of argument, similarly, "$" is used for both dollars (USD, CAD, AUD, NZD, HKD, etc) and pesos (MXN, ARS, CLP, etc) around the world. :shrug: