This is an example of an image being provided via Micropay. There many situations where a user might be willing to pay a small amount for an image, including printable images of artwork, worksheets for educational purposes, and photographs of breaking news.
Micropay provides the payment technology, and the content owner can decide the best way to present content to the user. In this demonstration, a blurred version of the Nyzo logo is displayed. If a Micropay transaction is submitted, an unblurred version of the image is delivered.
Below are some elements related to Micropay implementations. After all common user platforms (iOS, Android, common browsers on Windows, Mac, and Linux) are implemented, these elements should be cleaned up so that only the appropriate element for the user's platform is presented. For now, they are all being displayed to make the development process easier to understand and more transparent.
Of course, for widespread adoption, we will also need to have simple CMS integrations that automatically generate all necessary endpoints and code for serving Micropay content.