How to make money from Tutorial – Building Bitcoin Websites – Create a BTC/USD Converter 1 of 2

How to make money from Tutorial – Building Bitcoin Websites – Create a BTC/USD Converter 1 of 2

Third video in the series. This one shows you how to create a simple converter using PHP, HTML, Javascript and CSS.
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  • ?hi pls Can you give me code file

  • ffnav com says:

    done all step but BTC to USD Not Converting in localhost test how can i check errors i seen this video 10+ times everything ok why not converting in localhost ?

  • Oni Charles says:

    good job ! thank you..please can you help me with a little tutorial on how to build an exchange.i mean exchange bitcoin for fiat on your website..i know it goes with some legal issue to run it..but what about the coding aspect? please..

  • great video sir, would you help me and create a video tutorial that can convert different currency with dropdown and using this code. please help me with my school project

  • ALSANEBI AA says:


    This document will help you recover funds that are sent past the 20 address gap limit for the Receive Payments v2 API. After following these steps, you should not use the same account for the Receive Payments v2 API, but it is safe to use this account for normal web-wallet related use.

    The first step is to login to the wallet (preferably in Chrome) that has the account that has not ‘received’ the funds, used with the Receive Payments v2 API.
    Go to View → Developer → JavaScript Console

    You will see a window pop up with the message “This browser feature is intended for developers. If someone told you to copy-paste something here, it is a scam and will give them access to your money!”. We will not be taking information outside of your wallet, so there is no chance of you losing access to your funds. To the right of the greater-than sign >, type in (case sensitive) or copy/paste:
    ex: Blockchain.MyWallet.wallet._getPrivateKey(0,"M/0/48");
    >>or, if you have a second password on your wallet (optional), it would be:
    Blockchain.MyWallet.wallet._getPrivateKey(account#,"M/0/index#", "secondpassword");

    –ACCOUNT# should be replaced with your account number that you used with the receive payments API (so 0 for first account, 1 for second account, etc.)
    –INDEX# should be the index number of the stuck address – told to you either by a Zendesk representative, and/or on the JSON response when using the API
    Then hit ‘enter’ once the command is ready
    >>>If you experience an issue when entering this command, try typing it in manually (as opposed to copy/pasting) – some of the copied formatting may interfere with the command<<<

    3. Double-click on the string in between the quotes and copy it. Then, in the web wallet window, go to Settings → Addresses → Manage Addresses (to the far right of the greyed out ‘Imported Addresses (0 BTC)’)

    4. On the Manage Addresses page, click the blue Import Address button. On the pop-up Import Existing Bitcoin Address box, paste in the string from the console and click Import. Then, on the next message, you should see the stuck address and the funds in it. Click Transfer to move it into your wallet. Select whatever account you want to move the funds into (it does not matter which one).

    Repeat this process for however many addresses have the stuck funds.

    Message through zendesk for assistance on any confusing parts.

    I want to solve this problem, my friend, according to your experience


  • Neo Said says:

    Hi grate work can you post the code somewhere, thank you

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