Announcing the New Phoca Cart BTCPay Plugin

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JvwComputing
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Announcing the New Phoca Cart BTCPay Plugin

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Hi Phoca Community,

I am excited to announce the release of a new payment plugin for Phoca Cart: Phoca Cart BTCPay Plugin

This plugin allows for seamless integration of BTCPay Server as a payment method within Phoca Cart. BTCPay Server is a self-hosted, open-source cryptocurrency payment processor that enables the acceptance of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.

You can find the repository and further details at the following link: https://github.com/Jacquesvw/PhocaCart- ... ver-Plugin

I attempted to use the contact form on the Phoca website to share this news, but it appears to be broken. Therefore, I am sharing this announcement here.

I welcome any feedback and look forward to hearing your thoughts!

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Re: Announcing the New Phoca Cart BTCPay Plugin

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Hi, great, thank you very much for this info, I will update the Phoca Extensions list in some days.

Did you get some error when using the contact form?

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Re: Announcing the New Phoca Cart BTCPay Plugin

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Thanks Jan.

The contact form showed the following errors:
The content you have entered contains bad characters
The subject you have entered contains bad characters
The subject and content didn't contain any strange characters though, so I could not figure out why the form was unhappy.
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Re: Announcing the New Phoca Cart BTCPay Plugin

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Hi, hmmm, really hard to say what it can be, maybe it is some protection by Joomla or HTMLPurifier :idea:

In any case, if you want to share some more details, you can do it here.

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