ArQmA Payments Gateway for WooCommerce
1. Installation and configuration
- download plugin (save as zip file from our repository)
- on wordpress, you need to have preinstalled woocommerce addon
- select Plugins from left side menu, than add new and upload downloaded before zip file
- go to Arqma section on left side and choose settings
- module is with predefined default values, you need to set own connection type viewkey or arqma-wallet-rpc
1.1 Use your wallet address and viewkey (recomended version)
This is the easiest way to start accepting Arqma on your website. You'll need:
Your Arqma wallet address starting with a Your wallet's secret viewkey
Then simply select the viewkey option in the settings page and paste your address and viewkey. You're all set!
Note on privacy: when you validate transactions with your private viewkey, your viewkey is sent to (but not stored on) blocks.arqma.com over HTTPS. This could potentially allow an attacker to see your incoming, but not outgoing, transactions if they were to get his hands on your viewkey. Even if this were to happen, your funds would still be safe and it would be impossible for somebody to steal your money. For maximum privacy use your own arqma-wallet-rpc instance.
1.2 Using arqma-wallet-rpc
The most secure way to accept ArQmA on your website. You'll need:
Root access to your webserver Latest Arqma-currency binaries
After downloading (or compiling) the Arqma binaries on your server, install the systemd unit files or run arqmad and arqma-wallet-rpc with screen or tmux. You can skip running arqmad by using a remote node with arqma-wallet-rpc by adding --daemon-address us.supportarqma.com:19994 to the arqma-wallet-rpc.service file.
Note on security: using this option, while the most secure, requires you to run the Arqma wallet RPC program on your server. Best practice for this is to use a view-only wallet since otherwise your server would be running a hot-wallet and a security breach could allow hackers to empty your funds.
Enable / Disable - Turn on or off Arqma gateway. (Default: Disable) Title - Name of the payment gateway as displayed to the customer. (Default: Arqma Gateway) Discount for using Arqma - Percentage discount applied to orders for paying with Arqma. Can also be negative to apply a surcharge. (Default: 0) Order valid time - Number of seconds after order is placed that the transaction must be seen in the mempool. (Default: 3600 [1 hour]) Number of confirmations - Number of confirmations the transaction must recieve before the order is marked as complete. Use 0 for nearly instant confirmation. (Default: 0) Confirmation Type - Confirm transactions with either your viewkey, or by using arqma-wallet-rpc. (Default: viewkey) Arqma Address (if confirmation type is viewkey) - Your public Arqma address starting with a. (No default) Secret Viewkey (if confirmation type is viewkey) - Your private viewkey (No default) Arqma wallet RPC Host/IP (if confirmation type is arqma-wallet-rpc) - IP address where the wallet rpc is running. It is highly discouraged to run the wallet anywhere other than the local server! (Default: 127.0.0.1) Arqma wallet RPC port (if confirmation type is arqma-wallet-rpc) - Port the wallet rpc is bound to with the --rpc-bind-port argument. (Default 19996) Testnet - Check this to change the blockchain explorer links to the testnet explorer. (Default: unchecked) SSL warnings - Check this to silence SSL warnings. (Default: unchecked) Show QR Code - Show payment QR codes. There is no Arqma software that can read QR codes at this time (Default: unchecked) Show Prices in Arqma - Convert all prices on the frontend to Arqma. Experimental feature, only use if you do not accept any other payment option. (Default: unchecked) Display Decimals (if show prices in Arqma is enabled) - Number of decimals to round prices to on the frontend. The final order amount will not be rounded and will be displayed down to the nanoArqma. (Default: 11)
Contact and support
If You are interested with integration and need any kind of support just send email to: email@example.com