“Magic Webstore is proudly built on bitcoin, the money of the internet, and nostr, a distributed data caching protocol.””With Magic Webstore, your entire store is contained in your magic string, like a genie in a lamp. You just need to save that one string (back it up and store it safely) and you can do everything you need: add products to your store, manage your inventory, track your income, and keep you money safe.””Magic Webstore is completely free and open source and you can dive into its source code by clicking here.”Click here to visit the store.
In the Stacker.news discussion, project’s developer Super Testnet provided more details about the structure of wallets used by the project at current stage:
“Base layer payments are self-custody. You alone have the private key. It uses my whisper addresses protocol to automatically derive infinite bitcoin keys from a single nostr private key, that way every time you receive a payment, it shows up in a different bitcoin address, but you can still recover it all.””Lightning payments are custodial by default. It automatically sets you up with a custodial lnbits account when you first load the page, which lowers the barrier to entry for people to get started. Also, I don’t run the lnbits instance (Ben Arc’s company does), so I am not responsible for having custody of anyone’s funds.””I plan to make it easy to point it at your own node, but I need to write some software for that. Still, there is a way to do it right now if you’re okay with a but of coding in the browser,” Super Testnet wrote.
Lightning supportCustom relay supportRevised login flow with magic stringsNew name (it used to be called Superstore)New url
In the words of Stacker.news user @Coinosphere:
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