We don't take a percentage from your final sale. Selling lambos? It's still only $10 a month.
The free version allows your customers to select Ether as a payment option and instructs them how to pay at checkout. You are responsible for ensuring that payments are correct and orders are fulfilled.
Accept WooCommerce cryptocurrency payments. Our WordPress plugin allows you to accept ETH as a payment on your WooCommerce store.
For $10 a month our payment checking API will automatically update your store when an order has been paid for, just like any other gateway, except the funds go straight to your wallet, no sneaky fees.
For a one-time payment of $500, you will receive lifetime support on PayWithEther. I’ll personally help you with any issues to the best of my ability.
No, we don't offer a payment gateway as such. Pay with Ether is designed to let your system know that an Ether transaction has taken place, and that you're OK to ship it.
The price is capped at the monthly subscription price that you signed up for, so no matter what you're selling it won't cost any more or any less. The lifetime subscription is a one off payment that gives you unlimited access to our system forever.
Sometimes - It's a little hard for us to say yes or no to this one, but please check out the tutorial which should give you some indication of how it all works.
Check that you have entered the correct API key (including the preceding "-"). If all else fails, contact your hosting provider and ensure that your WooCommerce site can connect to https://api.paywithether.com:443. Copy us into that email ([email protected]) and we can give you some guidance.
Due to the nature of Ethereum's price, PayWithEther defaults to a 50 minute timeout on payments. If a payment has not been received within 50 minutes of the order being created, it will timeout and the order will fail in your store. This is to protect you from the volatility of ETH. Alternatively, it could be that your customers have not paid the exact amount specified, or they have omitted the reference field from their transaction.