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Commerce Guys: Drupal Commerce Site Spotlight: Pam Kerr Designs

Posted on Friday, January 30th, 2015 by drupalroot

We're always on the lookout for great sites built with Drupal Commerce, our truly flexible software that's changing the face of eCommerce one site at a time.

Pam Kerr is one of New Zealand's leading independent jewelry designers. Her company - Pam Kerr Designs - had a Shopify site that served retail customers well, but it didn't meet their growing B2B needs. With the help of Blue Fusion, a New Zealand based web design and development chose Drupal Commerce for its flexibility, power and customizable user interface.

For more information, check out the full write-up DrupalCommere Showcase

Jonathan Brown: Using Bitcoin dust transactions to prevent website spam

Posted on Friday, January 30th, 2015 by drupalroot

Previously: Ensuring security of funds and preserving anonymity when using Bitcoin for e-commerce

I quite often use Mollom to prevent spam submissions on contact and comment forms. It works pretty well, but some spam still gets through.

An alternative anti-spam technique is to require a Bitcoin dust transaction before an unprivileged user can POST a form. The value of such a transaction would only be about $0.001 USD. For a non-spammer this cost is fine, but for a spammer this is enough to make it totally uneconomical as they need to send out millions of posts.

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