NEM Payment and harvesting monitoring plugin for WordPress
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=== NEM Notify ===
Contributors: robwoodgate
Tags: nem, blockchain
Requires at least: 4.0
Tested up to: 4.8.3
Stable tag: trunk

Sends an email whenever a new payment is received to the specified NEM account

== Description ==
NEM Notify is a WordPress plugin that lets you monitor a NEM address and receive an email any time new payments are received. You can also monitor your delegated harvesting node and get notified if it stops harvesting for you (this happens if it gets rebooted or you go under 10k vested XEM).

Also includes a [nem_mosaic_count] shortcode which allows you to display the count of specified mosaic owned by your NEM address (defaults to your XEM balance).

If you'd like to send me a tip in XEM, you can send it to:
NBOVLA-3V7Z7H-7TT5VZ-4PYRGO-E6Y3DR-RQKACB-77KY

Thanks!

== Installation ==
1. Upload the entire "nem-notify" folder to your "/wp-content/plugins/" directory.
1. Activate the plugin through the "Plugins" menu in WordPress.
1. Add the NEM address to monitor on the plugin settings page

== Frequently Asked Questions ==
= Does it work for both mainnet and testnet? =
Yes. The plugin accepts both MainNet and TestNet addresses

= What's the mosaic count shortcode format? =
[nem_mosaic_count namespace='nem' name='xem' divisibility='6']
For advanced options see the plugin settings page

= I'm not getting notified? =
Check:
1. You have set your NEM address
1. You have a valid email set in WP Settings > General
1. You have port 7890 open on your server firewall
(you'll see connection refused messages if this is the problem)

= How often will I get emailed? =
Roughly hourly, but only if there are new payments in your account.
The plugin uses WordPress cron, so if you don't get at least one website visitor
per hour, then there may be a delay in notifications. If you have a very low traffic
website, you might like to hook your WordPress cron into your system task scheduler:
https://developer.wordpress.org/plugins/cron/hooking-into-the-system-task-scheduler/

== Changelog ==
= 1.2 =
* Added [nem_mosaic_count] shortcode to display count of specific mosaic in the account
* Improved delegated harvesting check so errors are reported
* Refactored delegated harvesting check to use send_api_request() method

= 1.1 =
* Public release

= 1.0 =
* Initial release.

== Upgrade Notice ==
= 1.1 =
* First public release