Coinremitter Checkout for Magento 2

Magento eCommerce open source supports a wide variety of payment systems and gateways providing merchant services around the world.

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Magento 2.3

Cryptocurrency Payment Gateway

Magento eCommerce open source supports a wide variety of payment systems and gateways providing merchant services around the world.

The payment module of Magento 2 allows Bitcoin, ETH and Dash to be accepted as payment in projects based on Magento 2.

Download and install the payment module, set up a merchant project on Coinremitter, and instantly start accepting cryptocurrency at your store.

Start accepting crypto payments by installing a Coinremitter plugin to your Magento eCommerce website.

The process of installing the Coinremitter plugin is as below:

01. Requirements :

  • For the integration process with Coinremitter, users must have Magento version 2.x. If you don’t have an account on Coinremitter, then make sure to have one.

02. Plugin Installation Guide:

Below is the process of how you can install Coinremitter plugin :

  • First! Download the coinremitter Magento plugin.
  • The Magento file will be downloaded as a zip file, you should unzip the plugin first.
  • Make a folder in the app with the name 'code' (if does not exist) then put the downloaded Magento (Coinremitter) folder into the 'code' folder.
  • Now, log into your server and run the following commands in the terminal to install the Coinremitter Plugin.
    • php bin/magento setup:upgrade
    • php bin/magento setup:di:compile
    • php bin/magento setup:static-content:deploy -f
    • php bin/magento cache:flush

You can now enable and adjust a bit of stuff in the Coinremitter plugin by implementing these steps:

Store   Configuration  Sales    Payments Methods

03. Configuration of Plugin :

On the configuration page, scroll down and go straight to the bottom of the page where you will find the Coinremitter Cryptopayment box along with a few other boxes that you filled out with your specific needs.

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  • Always allow the selected option YES to your website. If you like, you can change the Title name according to your preferences.
  • Place the correct time in the Invoice expiry date in the minute box.
  • But make sure when selecting the Order Status option. Because it will appear on your website when order status is displayed to the customer.
  • To save this setting, you’ll find the “Save Config” button at the top right corner of the page.

04. Create Your Coinremitter Wallet:

On the configuration page, scroll down and go straight to the bottom of the page where you will find the Coinremitter Cryptopayment box along with a few other boxes that you filled out with your specific needs.

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Coinremitter Checkout   Wallet

  • You’ll find the “Add wallet” option at the top left corner of the page.
  • Now go to the coinremitter website and log into your dashboard, you’ll get your API key.
  • In case you experience some trouble getting the API key then Click Here to get the explanation.
  • Head back to the Coinremitter page of Magento, and then select your wallet.
  • Paste the API key into the box and fill the Password in the second box.
  • Don’t forget to add the exchange rate multiplier.
  • The default price multiplier is set to 1. For instance, if you set it to 1.10, then prices for cryptocurrencies will be increased by 10%, and you can set it to 0.95 in this text box for a 5% discount.
  • Setting the minimum invoice limit is necessary, The generated invoice won’t be less than the minimum invoice limit.
  • Click save wallet on the top right of the page.

So, you have successfully installed a Coinremitter plugin and generated your wallet too on your Magento eCommerce website.