Ecommerce licenses are available for purchase via the ecommerce platform and can be purchased from multiple sources.
In this tutorial, we will go through the process of generating a bitcoin license using the eCommerce platform.
The instructions in this article are not specific to the Ethereum blockchain and are applicable to other blockchain based platforms such as Ethereum Classic or Bitcoin Cash.
The process we will be covering in this tutorial will be as simple as possible for those of you using any of these blockchain based eCommerce platforms.
We will be generating the license on a Mac.
The eCommerce marketplace will ask for a username and password for the user.
The user will enter the credentials of their eCommerce account and click on the “Create License” button.
Once the license is created, we need to go back to the dashboard to update the payment information for the customer.
The dashboard will show the payment details as well as the transaction fee.
The payment details will show a transaction fee of 0.10 bitcoin.
The transaction fee is deducted from the customer’s purchase price.
After the license transaction is completed, we can go back and click “View License” to view the payment transaction details.
We can now view the transaction fees for the transaction and the payment transactions.
The license transaction fee will show up as “0.10”.
We can see the transaction amount as “25.0” and the transaction date as “1/20/2018 00:00:00”.
We can also see the order number.
The order number is a unique identifier for each transaction and will show as “2”.
We will be creating the transaction for the next step.
We now need to send the transaction to the payment processor.
The processor can be found on the eCurrency dashboard.
To create a transaction, the user enters the following information:The transaction details will be:The payment transaction fee as a decimal number:The order number as a unique number for each payment:Once the payment is complete, we are able to click “Submit Transaction” to send it to the payments processor.
After receiving the transaction, we see the payment payment details.
The details for the payment are as follows:The processor can now verify that the transaction was successful.
The status of the transaction is as follows.
After verification, we get a confirmation email from the processor.
Once the transaction has been processed, we send the payment to the user’s wallet.
The wallet can be accessed by clicking the “Wallet” button in the dashboard.
Once this transaction has successfully been sent, we now need a refund from the payment.
This process can be accomplished using the refund button in eCommerce.
After we send a payment to a payment processor, we receive a refund notification.
The process to send a refund to the eWallet is as following.
After confirming the refund, the payment will be sent to the recipient’s wallet and we can see it on the user dashboard.
The refund details are as following:After we receive the refund amount, we check the transaction balance on the wallet.
This will show us that the payment was successful and the total transaction amount was 0.30 bitcoin.
After the refund is processed, the balance of the payment can be seen as “9.00”.
After receiving all the details, we should see that the user received the payment as a result of the e-commerce license transaction.
The eCommerce workflow is as such.
The customer can purchase a license and the license will be added to the customer profile in the eCartel application.
The application can be opened via the dashboard and users can access the user profile from the dashboard using a link.
If a license has been purchased, the eBuyer license status will be shown.
The user can also use the ePayments app to perform transactions on the Ethereum network.
The app is also available on the Apple App Store and Android Market.
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