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February 10, 2018, 03:57:26 AM
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hello everyone,

i am in the need to pay a bitpay invoice to buy some stuff, but the page is not getting me any bitcoin address. when i scan the qr my wallet says is invalid and i cant see any address in the copy tab. how do i pay that? i really need this today.

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If your wallet doesn't support the new payment protocol from Bitpay, you can get the address and pay manually by doing this:

1. Go to the 'Copy' tab;
2. Copy the link (which looks like this: bitcoin:?r=https://bitpay.com/i/XXXXXXXXXXXXX);
3. Get the invoice ID, which is the part that I marked bold (everything after bitpay.com/i/)';
4. Go to https://bitpay.com/invoice-noscript?id=YOUR-INVOICE-ID

You should see the address and amount to send. Then, just make the payment.

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February 10, 2018, 05:20:09 AM
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thank you! this worked Cheesy
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May 28, 2018, 12:18:51 PM
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Found that the noscript url-"hack" doesn't work anymore and made a quick app for extracting the transaction requirements out of Bitpay invoices (the same way supporting wallets do): https://github.com/alexk111/DeBitpay Hope it will help Smiley
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May 28, 2018, 02:49:30 PM
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Found that the noscript url-"hack" doesn't work anymore and made a quick app for extracting the transaction requirements out of Bitpay invoices (the same way supporting wallets do): https://github.com/alexk111/DeBitpay Hope it will help Smiley
You can also just use one of those tools:

For Bitcoin payments: https://decoder.bip70.org/
For Bitcoin Cash payments: https://cashaddress.github.io/paymentbridge.html

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May 28, 2018, 08:31:44 PM
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Found that the noscript url-"hack" doesn't work anymore and made a quick app for extracting the transaction requirements out of Bitpay invoices (the same way supporting wallets do): https://github.com/alexk111/DeBitpay Hope it will help Smiley
You can also just use one of those tools:

For Bitcoin payments: https://decoder.bip70.org/
For Bitcoin Cash payments: https://cashaddress.github.io/paymentbridge.html

This is really helpful one for him but I do not know still the op is looking for the same help since the day over than couple of months from the day you have answered here bro. If you go to make the payment with the any bitpay API plugged site.
You will be getting the payment done without any problems bro. The link you have shared is seems like using for bitpay invoices.

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May 29, 2018, 09:10:04 AM
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Found that the noscript url-"hack" doesn't work anymore and made a quick app for extracting the transaction requirements out of Bitpay invoices (the same way supporting wallets do): https://github.com/alexk111/DeBitpay Hope it will help Smiley
You can also just use one of those tools:

For Bitcoin payments: https://decoder.bip70.org/
For Bitcoin Cash payments: https://cashaddress.github.io/paymentbridge.html
thanks for sharing, now i dont have to deal with the hassle sending btc on my android wallet and pay insane high transaction fee last time i had to pay 3$ on my transaction fee just for a 10$ code. fuck them for changing the way how to pay.


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May 29, 2018, 10:07:10 AM
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Additionally, it can't hurt to contact sellers that utilize Bitpay as a way to accept BTC to consider alternatives such as BTCPay. It'll be better for all of us in the future if more merchants switch off BTCPay, and it does not take a lot of time to do so. We shouldn't have to use all these tools just to make a BTC transaction because Bitpay forces us to.

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May 29, 2018, 10:28:14 AM
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fuck them for changing the way how to pay.

That's what happens when they put people in place who don't belong anywhere near a business that's related to ecommerce.

I find it rather rude and incompetent from BitPay to not immediately shift back to how everything was before. It might not have been perfect, but it's 100 times better than the rubbish they put people through right now. This nonsense can cost businesses revenue with how people might just not buy whatever they planned to buy initially. It once again shows that we need to discard these centralized incentives.

Every negative event has a positive trigger, and in this case that trigger is more awareness for BTCPay and all related sources.

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May 29, 2018, 01:47:45 PM
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I just recenty need to make one payment through BitPay, and since I use Ledger Nano S + Electrum it was strange to me that there is no address for payment. I try to copy link direct to Electrum and it worked that way, but I agree that this is not user friendly and that may confuse some users. They should simply show payment address in main window, how is it hard to do that?

Also I notice they suggest to user pay fee of 8$ or 100 000 satoshi what's ridiculous these days when you can send transaction just for 2000-5000 satoshi or even less.

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They’re simply trying to increase their market dominance or something of the sort by enforcing BIP70 (the protocol that make some the payment addresses so). BitPay gives an explanation along the lines of ‘It’s better for security’, but there’s pretty massive opposition to the BIP as many wallets don’t work with the URLS or QRs generated by BitPay. Searching ‘BitPay BIP70’ yields more information on the topic, and Samourai Wallet’s blog and this reddit post are two good reads on the topic as well.

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