Payments and transactions
At its core, the Bitcoin protocol enables transactions between people without intermediaries, regardless of where in the world they are.
This chapter is meant to give an overview of bitcoin transactions, including sending, receiving, and transaction privacy, with advice and best practices. After this chapter, you should be able to design payment solutions that are well suited to your product’s use case and understand best-practices for its implementation.
We have already established that Bitcoin is money, so let’s dive into how it can be used to facilitate payments.
An overview of Bitcoin payments, common concepts and the transaction lifecycle.
An introduction to how sending bitcoin works.
An introduction to how receiving and requesting bitcoin works.
An overview of how to help users maintain transaction privacy with Bitcoin.
The basics on units and currency symbols, how to format them and what options to provide users with.
Managing funds (coming soon) #
How to help users organize and manage their transaction data and holdings.