A plugin is a web page or website that uses a virtual currency.
It can be purchased with money, or virtual goods or services that are available only on the virtual currency platform.
Plugin developers and developers of plugins should ensure that they use virtual currencies as appropriate.
Here’s how to make certain you are doing so.1.
Check the virtual currencies are supported by WordPress.
If not, check for compatibility and check your plugin code to ensure it’s compatible.2.
Check that your plugin is using the appropriate currency.
For WordPress, this usually means using the local currency that you purchased from the plugin.
Check with your WordPress admin and/or administrator if the currency is not listed or has been discontinued.3.
Check if your plugin supports virtual currencies.
For example, if your WordPress theme includes the Bitcoin logo, check your theme’s documentation to see if it includes the code that adds the Bitcoin payment address to the plugin’s settings.4.
Make sure the plugin uses the correct currency.
Some plugins include the Bitcoin exchange feature that lets you trade Bitcoin for other virtual currencies in your theme.5.
Check your plugin’s API.
This is the way the plugin communicates with other plugins.
For this, look for any “api keys” in your plugin and verify that they are valid.
Check to see whether the plugin has a plugin API that allows for virtual currency purchases.6.
Check whether your plugin has virtual currency options.
If so, make sure that the plugin supports them.
If it does not, ask your plugin administrator or developer to add virtual currency support.7.
Check for the virtual bitcoin prices in your area.
For most areas, virtual currency prices are posted on the Bitcoin Price Index.
For other areas, the virtual bitcoins price is posted by the WordPress.com exchange.8.
Check other plugins for virtual currencies support.
Check out the Bitcoin Talk forums and other Bitcoin-related forums to see how other WordPress plugins are doing to support virtual currency in their themes.9.
Check you’re not the only one doing it.
There are many other WordPress users who use virtual currency as a way to buy and sell virtual goods and services.
Ask your WordPress administrator if they have a plugin that can help you make sure it’s working correctly.
If you have any questions about virtual currency or how to use virtual coins in your blog, plugin or WordPress theme, please ask them here.