We are fine-tuning the last details before launching the next version of Cryptopayment
Welcome back, Nimiq supporters!
There is some big news coming from behind-the-scenes of Nimiq's new version of Cryptopayment
The most significant added feature will be the addition of the "Charge Now" function. "Charge Now" enables a simplified, built-in flow for accepting crypto when the seller and buyer are in the same physical location. It works like at a Point of Sale in a retail shop. The process starts with the seller showing a QR payment code on their device to the buyer. The buyer scans the QR code with their crypto wallet app, which can then be used to complete the transaction. Cryptopayment
The next significant addition to the Nimiq Ecosystem is introducing the Cryptopayment
Another major highlight of the upcoming version is the addition of over 75 new compatible fiat currencies. This update brings the total number of compatible fiat currencies to 169! Currently, this access is limited to the API version, but web support will be added soon.
We have spent much time listening to our current user base of small business owners and vendors regarding UI feedback. The feedback allowed us to improve payment flows. In this update, the payment request creation and payment flows are improved based on the input of merchants, small businesses, and freelancers that already use Cryptopayment
Stay tuned and plugged in for the official announcement of the 2.0 update by next week!
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