Coinpayments Wallet 2017-11-15

Coinpayments

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    Website:
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    Supported coins:
    BTC, LTC, ADC, BCC, BCH, BITB, BLK, BRK, CLOAK, CRW, CURE, DASH, DCR, DGB, DOGE, EBST, ETC, ETH, EXP, FLC, GAME, GBYTE, GCR, GLD, GRC, GRS, LEO, LSK, MAID, MUE, NAV, NEO, NLC2, NMC, NVST, NXS, NXT, OMNI, PINK, PIVX, POSW, POT, PPC, PROC, PSB, PURA, QRK, QTUM, REC, SBD, SIB, SMART, STEEM, STRAT, SYS, USDT, VOX, VTC, WAVES, XCP, XEM, XMR, XVG, ZEC, ZEN, LTCT
    Deposit:
    Alt Coin Address
    Available on:
    • Web
    Extra Services:
    • Exchange
    Hierarchical Deterministic:
    • No
    Multi-Signature:
    • Yes
    Open Source:
    • No
    2 Factor Authentication:
    • Yes
    Fees:
    Incoming Payments - To Balance (funds go to CoinPayments Wallet)1 0.50%
    Incoming Payments - ASAP/Nightly (funds are forwarded to external address) 0.50% + coin TX fee
    Commercial Deposits (Callback Addresses created with our API) 0.50%
    Wallet Service
    Personal Deposits (Addresses made on the Your Wallets page or Deposit Addresses retreived with our API) 0.50%
    Conversions coin TX fee + conversion partner's fees (if any)
    Withdrawals coin TX fee2
    Twitter:
    https://twitter.com/CoinPaymentsNET
    Facebook:
    https://www.facebook.com/CoinPayments
    CoinPayments is a Canadian cryptocurrency payment platform that accepts over 65 altcoins at a flat transaction fee of 0.50%. The payment platform is catered towards merchants or anyone who sells their services online.

    In June 2017, CoinPayments made headlines for a bug that allowed thousands of dollars’ worth of Ripple (XRP) to be stolen from other users’ accounts. The issue is still ongoing as we speak. One investor claimed to have lost $700,000 USD worth of Ripple.

    Today, CoinPayments integrates with a number of popular shopping carts used by eCommerce stores – including PrestaShop, Woo Commerce, Opencart, and Magento.

    Another unique feature of CoinPayments is that you can “pay by name”. Each CoinPayments merchant has an address that looks like $CoinPayments. You send altcoins to that address to pay the merchant.

    In addition to working with eCommerce businesses, CoinPayments offers a POS system that can be used to accept payments in person.

    Today, CoinPayments claims to be “the first and largest payment processor of over 65 cryptocurrencies.” The platform is used by 234,500 vendors across 182 different countries.

    It’s popular among businesses who want to accept cryptocurrencies[/URL][/COLOR], but don’t want to go through the process of individually accepting each currency. With CoinPayments, they can accept over 65 popular cryptocurrencies at once.

Recent Reviews

  1. SimoCoin
    SimoCoin
    5/5,
    Version: 2017-11-15
    Great walletWhat more do you need? Simple interface and easy to use! Love the exchange service integrated into the app. Makes things easy!