Bitcoin Payments


A change to the Payment Process

BitPay, our Bitcoin payment processing service, has changed their process to make payments more secure.

The BitPay invoice now displays a Payment Protocol URL or a Payment Protocol QR code instead of a bitcoin address.  In order to make a payment, you will need to use a wallet that is compatible with Payment Protocol.  The Bitcoin Payment Protocol standard was developed in 2013 to make bitcoin payments faster, safer, and less prone to error. By using a a wallet compatible with the payment protocol, you can avoid mistakenly sending funds to an attacker, prevent under-payments and over-payments, and speed-up your transactions.

How to Use Payment Protocol

To make a payment you will need a wallet which supports the standard. You can see which wallets work with BitPay here.  There are also instructions on how to move to a Payment Protocol-compatible wallet.

If you are unable to use a wallet that supports the protocol, you can also send a payment directly to our wallet.  After sending the payment, please send us the transaction ID and we will manually check.

Our wallet address is 14M3B4AfPiCnjJ3nbc1Ez43cWEerLp3nsv

As always, if you have any questions or comments, don’t hesitate to write to us.

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