bitcoin address for gnucash donations: 1EEgyjqfBZ2ZgBHviLQuVAAsQfgVS1JUuy

Geert Janssens janssens-geert at
Fri Mar 7 08:02:52 EST 2014

On Saturday 25 January 2014 10:24:17 Christian Stimming wrote:
> Am Dienstag, 21. Januar 2014, 09:06:39 schrieb Derek Atkins:
> > Apparently someone requested that we publish a Bitcoin address for
> > users to donate to gnucash via Bitcoin.  Unfortunately the message
> > got lost, so I don't know who sent it or exactly what it said.
> > ...
> > 
> > PS: I've CC'd Liz because she's the only one who saw the original
> > message
> In the rest of the discussion it was agreed I should generate a
> bitcoin address and take care of the corresponding wallet. Here's the
> data:
> Bitcoin address: 1EEgyjqfBZ2ZgBHviLQuVAAsQfgVS1JUuy
> Attached is a QR code image with this address and the description text
> " Donation".
> To include this information in our web page, we can take examples from
> here: *
> *
> * Apparently some bitcoin client programs register the URL method
> "bitcoin", which, if available, would make the following hyperlink
> work: <a
> ref="bitcoin:1EEgyjqfBZ2ZgBHviLQuVAAsQfgVS1JUuy">Donate...</a> but as
> we can't rely on that (see e.g. libreoffice's payment provider), we
> also have to show the bitcoin address for copy&paste.
> Any volunteer for adding this information to our website? I'm a bit
> short on time these days... Thanks!
> Regards,
> Christian
I have made a first attempt:

The formulation is lightly inspired by the Libreoffice page. If someone feels inspired to 
improve this page: please do !


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