BuiltWith reports that in April 2017, a total of 1,986,324 in websites use WooCommerce, or 23,724 of the world’s top million websites. That’s 0.5% of all websites, or 2.8% of the top million websites.
One of NEM’s many strengths is its API. Each node in the network is an API server in itself. And you can interact with the Blockchain through a simple HTTP GET request. This is what we leverage in this plugin.
With little knowledge about WordPress and Woocommerce, we were able to create a distributable WordPress plugin that lets any shop around the world securely accept XEM in their shops.
The converts all customer facing amounts into XEM, or both. You can list your products in for example USD or EUR, and take payment in XEM. This is handy for shops that source their goods in another currency. Rates are cached when needed and maximum each minute. The payment process is built upon standard Woocommerce processes, so all other plugins should work alongside this.