How to set up RemiBit in your Magento 2 online store?

Magento 2 Integration Procedure

1. Module Installation

In order to install the module, it is necessary to access the server where the web files are hosted by ssh. If you don’t know how to do that, please contact your site administrator or your hosting provider.

In this example we will use an usual Magento 2 configuration, so the website files are located in /var/www/html/magento and they are owned by the default user www-data. Please replace [magento] with the actual name (if different) of your website directory and [www-data] with the owner (if different) of your web files directory.

1.1 Go to the magento directory and then to the directory where you have to place the module files

cd /var/www/html/magento

cd app/code

If that directory doesn’t exist yet, create it

sudo -u www-data mkdir -p app/code

1.2 Fetch the RemiBit module

sudo -u www-data wget

1.3 Uncompress it

sudo -u www-data unzip

1.4 Fix permissions (not always needed)

sudo chown -R www-data:www-data /var/www/html/magento

sudo chmod -R 755 /var/www/html/magento

1.5 Install it

cd /var/www/html/magento


sudo -u www-data php bin/magento setup:upgrade


sudo -u www-data php bin/magento cache:clean

2. Login to your Magento 2 Admin Dashboard and go to STORES > Configuration

3. Scroll down to the SALES section, click on it to unfold it and click on Payment Methods:

4. Scroll down to find RemiBit Checkout:

5. Open another tab in your browser and go to RemiBit Settings Gateway to find the data fields we need to set up now. We need to copy from here to the RemiBit module.

6. Copy the data in Login ID from RemiBit settings and paste it in the Login ID field in the module. Do the same with Transaction Key, Signature Key and MD5 Hash Value. Check Endpoint URL to match the one in RemiBit Settings and check that the module is enabled. Click on Save Config:

7. If everything went ok, you will get a success message:

8. You will see on top of the screen a new message about cache invalidated. If you’re not used to it, don’t freak out, it’s a normal Magento message. You have modified the configuration and you need to flush and rebuild the cache. Click on Cache Management:

9. And then on the Flush Magento Cache button:

10. Congratulations! Your Magento 2 store now accepts cryptocurrencies with state-of-the-art RemiBit technology!