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June 21, 2018, 08:37:01 PM
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Which gateways can merchants use to accept cryptocurrency payments on their websites? I am looking for something like this to add on my website so I can easily and accurately accept cryptocurrency payments.
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June 22, 2018, 12:40:47 AM
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You a dev?

You're going to need to do some fairly decent programming if you plan to do anything more than paypal style crypto widgets.

If you are serious, though, you've got a few options.
The ones that I have used are block.io, and coinpayments.net.

Coinpayments.net supports a ton of altcoins, but they also charge (small) fees. I think like .5% on every transaction you make.

Or you can roll your own with block.io.
That one is free, but a lot harder to do, and with no ready made scripts.

I'd just go with coinpayments. Simple, and even though you'll lose a bit, the extra alts, and ease of use should make it worth it.
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June 22, 2018, 06:43:30 AM
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As said above, If you're planning to accept a lot of coins use CoinPayments. If you can code and going to accept 2-3 coins for example, It's better to run your own node and accept payments directly. That way, you'll avoid any third party fees.

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June 22, 2018, 06:48:08 AM
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You can use Bitpay,I remember that it is the biggest cryptocurrency payment gateway.
What kind of products are you selling?Physical or digital?I don`t think that anyone would buy physical products using cryptocurrencies.Do you do dropshipping or you are selling your own products?
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June 22, 2018, 07:25:33 PM
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You can use Bitpay,I remember that it is the biggest cryptocurrency payment gateway.
What kind of products are you selling?Physical or digital?I don`t think that anyone would buy physical products using cryptocurrencies.Do you do dropshipping or you are selling your own products?
What is the difference? Why anyone would buy anything digital and won't buy anything physical with cryptocurrencies?
If someone don't trust the webshop, he won't pay with cryptocurrencies, because the payment is irreversible. It doesn't matter if the item is physical or digital, you will get the download link for a digital item just after the payment is confirmed on the blockchain, so there's no difference.
Or, do I miss something in connection with the difference?

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