Demo video of Zero Click Bitcoin Micropayment directly in the HTTP protocol (402 code)

This might be interesting for Social X, as far as I know it also implements payments via http protocol, right?

http://challengepost.com/software/zero-click-bitcoin-micropayments

Its like https://gourl.io/ based on the HTTP protocol. Great idea!

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I would love to see a feature like this for Reddcoin. Content creators should be able to control the price of their digital goods if they want to.

This would really be a boon to digital newspapers and maybe independent musicians.

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Excuse the probably silly question, but what happens when somebody sets it to show 0.001 btc payment, but in the background takes 1btc?

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Dan That was my first thought also. Not enough dialogue, which is probably an easy fix. Sometimes 1 click actions are not good, especially if you have a 1 year old that attacks the laptop as soon as you walk away, Like I do lol.

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Dan As I understand the payment is currently optional and not validated. But in theory the server could require a unique-id as message for the payment transaction to allow server-side validation.

EDIT: If they ask for 1btc you could send 0.1 or even 0btc. I also don’t like that there is no dialog to confirm the amount you are paying. I think a payment needs at least 1 click or it would be easy to swipe all coins from your wallet.

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