New WordPress plugin will allow 455 million sites to accept DOGE
WordPress app developers have created a new WooCommerce plugin that will give websites the ability to accept payments in the Dogecoin (DOGE) cryptocurrency.
The plugin called "Easy Dogecoin Gateway" can be installed by the owners of any site on the content management system (CMS) WordPress. It was created by a Dogecoin developer called inevitable360.
The advantage of this plugin is the ability to accept payments simply using addresses with DOGE. In this case, it will not be necessary to use additional payment systems, banks and commissions.
Over 455 Million WordPress Websites can now accept #Dogecoin using the WooCommerce plugin "Easy Dogecoin Gateway" developed by @inevitable360— DogeDesigner (@cb_doge) May 6, 2022
The free plugin is now available for download on the official WordPress directory: https://t.co/Wm3cYaYBZW pic.twitter.com/Rs2pZqpmBH
Other benefits include generating QR codes for payments using the Google API, as well as the CoinGecko API for setting the current price for DOGE when transferring funds.
Experts say this is good news for the DOGE ecosystem. In 2021, over 455 million websites were built on this CMS, and this number is constantly increasing.
The increasing adoption of Dogecoin will positively impact its value. Therefore, the Dogecoin Foundation is constantly working on this process so that Dogecoin becomes a global currency for paying for goods and services.
Note that DOGE is trading at $0.13. The price has gone up slightly in the last few days. According to CoinMarketCap, the cryptocurrency is on the 12th place in the TOP by capitalization.
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