So we would need some kind of proxy service to guarantee the images (and any other assets) are always served up over HTTPS, and then rewrite the item description HTML when it’s rendered to serve the images from the proxy server, instead of from their original URLs.A couple of the devs had a play with that and got a prototype going as an internal hackweek project a few months back. Worked pretty well, but needs a lot of effort to get it production ready. That sort of thing would be what we’d use though.
Yeah, I can imagine it would be quite tricky to get that right, and it would put a (non-negligible) extra strain on the servers.. Good to hear you guys are working on that, though!
It would be awesome if Envato would be able to roll out SSL across the marketplaces – they’re dealing with financial transactions after all, so proper crypto is a must
I have a couple university-related email addresses (as people appreciate the appropriate domain), but everything I get gets forwarded to my Gmail. That’s the address I always give out to people as well – I make no distinction between professional and personal email. Any filtering is applied on the inside
Australia saidWith digital currencies you can go backwards into infinity. If a single bit coin is worth $600 dollars that doesn’t mean you need at least 600 dollars to invest or buy. You can buy $50 dollars worth of bit coin if you want.
So if a BitCoin is worth anything between 600 bucks and 1000 bucks.. how do you get change ?
Correct, although it’s not quite infinity. There’s 8 decimals places That’s still an absurdly tiny amount though – at the current price, it divides into less than a thousandth of a dollar cent.
Related: one of the major Bitcoin chart sites has recently switched to listing the value in mBTC instead