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Today I've finished my first Python app and it's using Bitcoin Cash network. I didn't think I'll be able to learn programming. I've always thought that you need to be a young man under 30 with excellent math skills but here I'm programming something useful for the first time.
I've been interested in merchant adoption and I've been voluntarily providing support to a merchant in my city and there were some issue and I wrote an article trying to highlight some issues. @winter
Python is one of the most common easy to learn programming language, I picked it hoping it will help me in the crypto world. I found some time in the lock-down period and learned a little bit Python, it was going smoothly but didn't feel like you are doing something that could be used by me or by people.
The idea of a merchant app was an issue solver so I started to gather the parts required. Contacted @merc1er to get help while learning Bitcash (BCH python library). Got help from @blockparty-sh regarding the awesome fountainhead.cash's Bitsocket and Bitdb API. Also @OPReturnCode helped me a little bit with advices and suggestions.
I ended up paying too much fees for testing as there no Bitdb test net version, but made this available.
I couldn't leave this out. The instant payment received notification in Bitcoin.com wallet and some other tools have always amazed me. In one article I think I've inspired @Satoshiwall to create the payment button which uses similar teach.