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I also want these features.
I think that integration with wp-marketplace will solve many functions related to vendor.
After reviewing marketplace plug-ins, wp-marketplace seems to be the best.
I’ll try.April 26, 2018 at 11:57 pm in reply to: Problems with 'restrict the number of claims per ip' #2948
Thank you alex, Dashed-slug~
I think the restriction at the frontend is enough.
Thanks for the quick update!
Oh, I also had this issue.
Thankyou Alex, mc_deimon!
Thank you, Alexg
I had forgotten that there was already a fixed fee setting on the other adapter.
I understood your words.
I think I can control operations by considering the blockchain network fee and the coin payment policy.
If admin can set a fixed amount fee, admin may be able to control the frequency of user’s withdrawals.
If the admin is unable to set a fixed fee, it would be nice to be able to set a minimum amount for withdrawals.
By doing this, it is possible to reduce irrational withdrawal attempts and manage the load of the site.
Good, no more error messages are displayed.
With this update, I feel the user experience on the frontend is much more pleasant!
This seems to be my own problem.
I first activated the network.(core and extensions) Then I activated it on a single main site.
The user’s address and balance remain the same.
After moving from a multi to a single, but the deposit was not. The withdrawal could be done.
I came back to multisite again yesterday.
The deposit now works.
At first I thought it was a ‘country block’. I have blocked all countries except Korea for security.
I disabled wordfence and the problem was solved.
But I activate wordfence and turn off the country block, but still there is a problem with coin deposit.
I’m still testing it for resolution.
If I find a solution, I’ll share it.
This was my personal issue.
It was api communication trouble according to wordfence setting.March 20, 2018 at 10:16 am in reply to: When loading the page it stays frozen for 2 or 3 seconds #2659
Is ‘Coin info poll interval (minutes)’ and ‘Transaction list poll interval (minutes)’ set to ‘0’ in the frontend setting?
Is there also unchecked ‘Also load coin info when the page is visible’?
I know the situation you are experiencing and I have also experienced it.
This situation can now be supplemented with the above settings.
( ‘0’ and ‘Unchecked’ )
If I set as many coins as possible in my coinpayment settings,
The first time a user joins, the loading becomes longer. According to my tests, each additional coin causes about 2~2.5 seconds of loading. However, this loading occurs only once at the user’s frontend. If i set 10 coins, about 25 seconds of loading occurs.
And sometimes it seems that there is a slight delay (different from page loading) from 0.5 second to 1 second when the user moves the page. I do not know if this is related to the number of coins I have set as coinpayments. But I think this is not a performance issue at this time.
But it would be better if the frontend performance improved a bit later.
In my case, the user experience on the site has been greatly improved through the ‘page regains visibility’ switch in this update.
At first I was a bit confused. But in my case the referral link works well.
If you click the referral link while logged in, you just go to the main page.
If a visitor visits your site with a referral link and then registers, and the visitor(user) turns on the faucet, a commission is distributed to the referrer.