Basically I have a few services in the works (small stuff, time constrained by my contracting…). I intend to start accepting payments in coins first. Since I have a vested interest in RDD, I intend to give RDD a head start, and then add Doge and BTC later, but before I look at e.g. cards. I don’t expect this to become a big business anytime soon - I see it as a bit of a demonstration / sideline to the devops consulting that’s my main income.
Here’s the thing: Either I can’t find it, which is perfectly possible as I’ve not had time to look very hard, or there’s really poor documentation on best practices for how to accept coin payments in automated ways without using a third party service. I’ve cobbled together something that will work used reddcoind, but I have no idea if it’s the best solution, if it’s secure enough the way I’ve planned it out, or if it will scale, for starters. I don’t care to learn the hard way, and I don’t want to have to repeat the process for other coins only to find out I’m making things unnecessarily hard for myself.
Basically I need to be able to issue addresses to people for them to deposit coins to my service, and periodically sweep the balances into a mix of hot and stores.
So I’d like to find someone who can 1) give me a rundown of the options first, and if I need it may be able to 2) help put together a suitable solution to run on Linux. Bonus if they are willing to work with me on putting togther a short e-book + example code at the end of it as I think this is something that could be very useful for other people too to get thorough, well tested documentation.
I’ll pay for your time, preferrably in RDD but BTC or fiat is possible too. If we agree to put together something more comprehensive to sell to other people, I can pay for your part of the time investment, or profit share or a combination.
I don’t know how to price this, as I don’t know how much time will be involved, so if you have the experience needed, contact me and lets try to figure it out…