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Ways to accept payments from crypto wallets


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WalletConnect integration

Faster than card payments

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Mobile payments

In-person payments

Faster than typing

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Crypto exchange support

Share payment address

Reduce manual entry errors

Types of Wallets

Learn about the different kinds of wallets we support for cryptocurrency payments.

Mobile Wallets

We fully support mobile wallets, offering users the freedom to pay with their cryptocurrencies on the move.

Hardware Wallets

Our platform supports hardware wallets, offering a secure method of payment for privacy focused customers.

Browser Wallets

Our platform enables users to effortlessly access and make payments directly through their favorite crypto web browser.

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Desktop Wallets

Expand your payment options by accommodating customers who prefer managing their digital assets from their desktops.

Extension Wallets

Empower customers that visit your store from different browsers like Chrome, Firefox, Brave, Edge and Safari.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a crypto wallet?

A crypto wallet is a digital tool that allows you to store, send, and receive cryptocurrencies securely. It holds your cryptographic keys—public and private—that link you to your cryptocurrency assets, like Bitcoin or Ethereum. Crypto wallets come in various forms, including software, hardware, and mobile apps, each offering different security levels.

What is a wallet address?

A wallet address is a unique string of characters that functions as a location for sending and receiving cryptocurrency. It acts similarly to a bank account number, allowing users to share their address with others to safely receive transactions. Each address is linked to a crypto wallet and can be used publicly without compromising the wallet's security.

What are public and private keys?

Public and private keys are essential components of cryptocurrency transactions. The public key is like the unique account identifier which is generated using the private key. It’s derived from the private key but doesn't reveal it. The private key is akin to your bank account PIN; it’s kept secret and is used to authorize transactions and access your funds. Together, these keys ensure secure, cryptographic transactions within the blockchain network. Always keep your private key confidential to protect your assets.

Is the public key the same as a wallet address?

No, a public key is not the same as a wallet address, although they are closely related. In blockchain and cryptocurrency systems, a public key is a long, alphanumeric code generated through cryptographic algorithms and used to encrypt data. The wallet address, on the other hand, is a shorter, user-friendly version derived from the public key, often through hashing and encoding processes, designed to represent the destination for cryptocurrency transactions. While the public key enables the creation of the wallet address and can be used to verify transactions, the wallet address is what users share to receive funds.

What is a Recovery/Seed/Mnemonic Phrase?

A recovery phrase, often referred to as a seed phrase or mnemonic phrase, is a series of words generated by a crypto wallet during its creation. This phrase acts as a master key to access and recover your cryptocurrency assets. It's crucial for restoring access to your wallet if your device is lost, stolen, or damaged. The recovery phrase must be written down and stored securely, as anyone with access to it can potentially access your funds.

What is the difference between these terms?

Here is a simple breakdown explaining the differences between these terms:

  1. Private Key

    • A secret alphanumeric code that grants access to your cryptocurrency.
    • Used to sign transactions, proving ownership and authorization.
    • Must be kept confidential to ensure the security of your funds.
  2. Public Key

    • Derived from the private key.
    • A long alphanumeric code generated through cryptographic algorithms.
    • Used in the encryption and verification of transactions.
  3. Wallet Address

    • A shorter, user-friendly version derived from the public key.
    • Used as the destination for receiving cryptocurrency transactions.
    • Shared with others to receive funds.
  4. Recovery/Seed/Mnemonic Phrase

    • A series of 12-24 words generated when creating a crypto wallet.
    • Used to back up and restore access to your cryptocurrency wallet.
    • Must be kept confidential and secure.
  5. Crypto Wallet

    • A software or hardware tool that stores your public and private keys.
    • Allows you to manage your cryptocurrency, including sending and receiving funds.
    • Comes in various forms, such as online wallets (hot wallets) or offline devices (cold wallets).

How to create a crypto wallet?

Creating a crypto wallet involves a few straightforward steps:

  1. Choose the Type of Wallet

    Decide between hardware, software (desktop or mobile), or an online wallet based on your security needs and convenience.

  2. Select a Provider

    Choose a reputable wallet provider or software. For hardware wallets, popular brands include Ledger and Trezor. For software wallets, options like MetaMask, Exodus, or Electrum are well-regarded.

  3. Download and Install

    For software wallets, download the app or software from the official site and install it. For hardware wallets, purchase the device from the official retailer.

  4. Set Up Security Features

    During setup, you’ll be prompted to create a password. For additional security, enable two-factor authentication (2FA) if available.

  5. Backup Your Wallet

    Securely store the recovery phrase or backup seed — a set of words provided during the setup process. This phrase is crucial for accessing your funds if you lose your wallet or forget your password.

  6. Receive Your Public Address

    Once your wallet is set up, you can find your public wallet address within the app or device. This address is what you'll use to receive cryptocurrencies.

Can I withdraw to my own wallet from Radom?

Yes, you can withdraw to your own wallet. We support any type of wallet including withdrawals to exchanges.

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