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I accept Bitcoin at my website. I use self-developed merchant, based on Bitcoin Core JSON-RPC calls. Now I also want to accept Ethereum. I downloaded geth and as I see it has absolutely different, counter-intuitive API.

  1. I can't see any 'account' paradigm there. How can I map order id to address in Ethereum. I need to create additional database for mapping? Actually, I can't even manage how to create new addresses for every order. What method I have to use?

  2. What methods I need to use instead of ListUnspent, CreateRawTransaction, SignRawTransaction and SendRawTransaction?

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  • I would recommend using shapeshift api
    – niksmac
    Nov 4, 2016 at 2:07
  • What's wrong with creating new addresses for every order? And maybe elaborate what you need listunspent for? Ethereum is a different technology and you need to re-implement everything if you prefer a self-developed solution.
    – q9f
    Nov 9, 2016 at 14:24
  • Instead of creating a new address via RPC for each order, why don't you take advantage of Ethereum's smart contracts? You can pretty easily make a contract which generates a new address for each order, and automatically deals with managing payment status and order number Nov 9, 2016 at 23:18

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