Beverly TanI make videos and write. 100% hireable

I want to start accepting cryptocurrencies as payment for my business. How?

My preference is Ethereum over Bitcoin due to the high transfer fees involved with Bitcoin. I'm definitely open to many options as I'm still exploring this possibility. What apps or systems are highly recommended? Billing amounts will be either around $50 or between $500-$2k.
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    JotForm 4.0

    Build forms anywhere, anytime.

    You can accept Bitcoin payments through JotForm with the help of the newly implemented Paymentwall integration. See how: https://www.jotform.com/help/490...
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  2. gunrack skeletorI place words in a dope order · Written
    Hey Beverly, Recently came across this. I haven't tried it myself but it seems to fit what you're looking for.
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    Wide support of alternative cryptocurrencies and lots of integrations
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  3. Chris DavisFounder, Data Davis · Written
    Just discovered and hunted this. Looks useful as you aren't limited to the coins you can accept.
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  4. Lasse SoininenTech enthusiastic and PH addicted. · Written
    Seems to provide LTC, BTC, ETH and now also XRP payment options :) LTC and XRP definetly more tempting regards the transaction costs and time.
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  5. Francesco AgostiSoftware Engineer at 0x · Written
    Coinbase is probably the leader in this space.
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  6. Daniel GeorgievC++ Programmer. Founder of Iris · Written
    First of all, almost anyone pays with crypto these days. What I did for my startup was to just list my wallet addresses for different cryptocurrencies and ask users to e-mail me after payment. It may sound stupid, but I tried CoinBase and it's API is super broken not to mention it exchanges so you don't have much control of your money. You can choose any wallet or even generate your own paper wallet. You can see how I did it here: https://iristech.co/buy-bitcoin/ It works and I have received several payments via Bitcoin but it's like 0.01% of all Iris payments so you don't need automation for this. Another thing is that crypto is volatile so you need to place some pricing which guarantees you will have some revenue. I prefer to add high pricing for crypto since most money coming from it are either from miners or people who want to avoid taxes. For the wallet I use Exodus. Seems nice and you can export your private keys.
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  7. Sven van der ZeeFounder AcceptCrypto · Written
    Hey Beverly, I'm planning to launch my crypto payment gateway soon! Subscribe if you are interested ;) Regards, Sven http://getmunt.com
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  8. I think Stripe now supports bitcoin payments. Also https://gear.mycelium.com is pretty simple.
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    Stripe does accept BTC but converts it to your native currency immediately. (I'm unclear if you want to accept or accept and keep in crypto format)
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  9. Smartex.io provides the tools necessary to easily integrate Ethereum-powered payments into nearly every eCommerce solution available, while shielding merchants against market volatility risks.
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    Coinbase Exchange

    A safe and secure bitcoin exchange run by Coinbase.

    It is the best for me in my opinion.
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  11. You can ask some app and web developing firms. They are dealing with things like that. I was using https://weblium.com to develop an online shop and they did cryptocurrency as a payment for my business site.
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    Coinbase Commerce

    Accept BTC, ETH & other digital currencies in your business

    Sromana MukhopadhyayCo-founder, SHUFFLUP · Written
    It's very easy to integrate with any web application.
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    • Philip IngramChief Thinker-Upper, Tellatek.com

      Like other have mentioned, easy entry into crypto but high fees and multiple times not being able to use the platform coupled with almost non-existant support having to wait weeks to get a response that doesn't even address your question. It's nice they want to add new features for us but they need to first be able to support the existing features and user base.

    • Tyler RubyFuture Founder

      I see posts on Reddit and Twitter about Coinbase's horrible Customer Support nearly weekly. It's a shame that they are launching a new product when people can't even get their money out of Coinbase.