On CoinGecko.com Peercoin is ranked #45. I’ve recently ran across this website, become somewhat fond of the layout, simplicity and well the green gecko of course.
But in regards to @Zangy’s questions, here’s something to consider. I’ll use my case as an example, I have an organic coffee farm in Puerto Rico, all that is destroyed now but eventually I would like to sell my coffee out of my own coffee shop. I fully intend to accept PPC as payment in the same way merchants accept BTC in order to undercut some of the fee’s associated with credit cards. But aside from the physical transactions in person, I would also like to sell online. Which brings me to my observation. Go to Peercoin.com -> Get Started -> Merchants …
This page is great, because I like what I see, it’s relevant to me as a merchant, great! Now how do I make this happen? Click Payment Integration Guide and ok, hold up, this is where I have a little trouble wrapping my head around all this. Essentially, my observation is this, merchants would like to use Peercoin but I feel that we can do more to walk through or FAQ to make it easier on how to make it happen. Personally I feel if we beefed up information on how to for merchants we can see growth in use cases.
After a little digging through in the forums I found a link to this page and eventually what I’m trying to say is it be a benefit to get to something like this as seen here https://gourl.io/lib/examples/pay-per-product.php?gourlcryptocoin=peercoin . If we had a kind of complete walk through from start to finish on how to add Peercoin as payment to your online store, I think this would be very useful. Now I’m sure I can just use the gourl.io Peercoin Payment API but thats kind of sidetracking the point I would like to make.
I think this will aid in helping Peercoin grow in value. If more merchants are using it the better! Perhaps we can have a listing to merchants online and offline that accept PPC?
Organic cup of coffee paid for in PPC?