TripleA has native support for BTC, ETH, ADA, LTC, etc. Although, you can request the support team for a particular crypto coin.
Notably, TripleA waves off any fee for non-profits and charities.
Crypto.com can be used for getting paid in 30+ tokens.
No Transaction/Set up Fees
Integrations like WooCommerce, Opencart
Your customers can use the Crypto.com application, connect an ERC-20 wallet, or use their Bitcoin wallets to make payments.
Additionally, a merchant is liable to pay 0.5% at the time of settlements in fiat or cryptocurrencies.
Blockonomics is focused on just Bitcoins and Bitcoin Cash. It powers you to have a non-custodial merchant account.
No Hidden Charges
WordPress, Shopify, Wix, etc. Integrations
Blockonomics is a very simplistic crypto payment gateway. The best thing remains their API that you can use free for the first 20 payments.
You can utilize NOWPayments to accept crypto payments and convert those to fiat.
Accepts Multiple Cryptocurrencies
0.4 to 0.5% Transaction Fee
Integrations with WooCommerce, Shopify, etc.
With NOWPayments, you can set up a Bitcoin wallet but receive multiple crypto coins via their ChangeNOW exchange.
PaymentCloud facilitates a custom account for business owners to accept crypto payments.
It lets you get paid in various crypto coins like BTC, ETH, ADA, XMR, etc. There are no setup fees. However, this platform is different from others in that they quote businesses individually about fees and plans.
You can host your own eCommerce with Paychant and accept payments in cryptocurrencies.
Simple to Embed Payment Buttons
1% Transaction Fee
Shopify, Magneto, WooCommerce Plugins
Free Set up
Paychant also boasts of instant conversions to fiat as a measure against crypto volatility. As of this writing, they support BTC, ETH, USDT, and cUSD.
Manually Setting up a Crypto Wallet
This is the most transparent option in the lot. While this may sound a bit technical, the process depends upon the specific wallet and is usually not that difficult.
With this, you would be displaying your wallet address that your customers can pay to.
However, you would be trading off aesthetics for this do-it-yourself way of accepting crypto as there will be addresses similar to this: 1AJ6P4t4gakCfhjklGLQJiasmasdavLfh5ruEcV, for each crypto coin, you want to accept.
In addition, you have to track who’s paying what and match that with the real customers.
So, if you can jump over these fences, sign up for any wallet and paste the address on your website.
Hitesh works as a senior writer at Geekflare and dabbles in cybersecurity, productivity, games, and marketing. Besides, he holds master’s in transportation engineering. His free time is mostly about playing with his son, reading, or lying… read more