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Bitcoin payments usually require 6 confirmations before the transfer is marked as complete. Depending on the mining fee paid, a transfer will be considered high or low priority, so generally speaking, the higher the mining fee, the quicker the settlement.

Bitcoin is a decentralized digital currency controlled by a massive open-source network of people, you can use third-party services to check if your payment successfully transferred. Just enter in your block or transaction ID in the search bar. Once your block or transaction ID is located, the status of the transfer will appear.

blockchain.info 

www.blocktrail.com/BTC 

BitPay invoices have recently changed to display Payment Protocol URLs or a Payment Protocol QR codes, which provide bitcoin address and amount information securely to bitcoin wallets.

You can use any of the popular Payment Protocol-compatible wallets below to pay a BitPay invoice. If you don’t have one of these wallets yet, simply create a wallet and send some bitcoin to it.

There are several ways to pay a BitPay invoice (like the one below) from your bitcoin wallet.

A. SCAN THE QR CODE

Scan the QR code to open the payment in your mobile wallet. Your wallet will lock in with the correct receiving bitcoin address and sending amount. Then make the payment.

B. OPEN THE PAYMENT IN YOUR WALLET

If your wallet is on the device you’re using to view the invoice, you can open the payment in your wallet by tapping “Open in wallet”. Confirm everything is correct, and you can send the payment from your wallet.

C. SEND THE PAYMENT MANUALLY

Copy the payment URL (Beginning with bitcoin=?r-https://) from the invoice and paste it into your wallet’s “Send” screen. Check your payment details, then send the payment.

You’ll see the payment reflected on the invoice instantly when you hit “Send” in your wallet. Remember to send your payment during the 15-minute payment window. BitPay only guarantees the fixed BTC price for this time period.

For more information on sending a payment, see How to Pay with Bitcoin, or watch our video guide.

New Bitcoins are generated though a process called mining but you can also purchase bitcoins on a Bitcoin exchange. The whole Bitcoin network is used to monitor and verify both the creation of new Bitcoins through mining, and the transfer of Bitcoins between users. A log is collectively maintained of all transactions with every new transaction broadcast across the Bitcoin network.

Bitcoin is secure money for the internet. You can pay without handing out sensitive financial information, and you don’t need an account. 1. FIRST YOU’LL NEED A BITCOIN WALLET – AN APP THAT LETS YOU RECEIVE, HOLD, AND SPEND BITCOIN It is important that you use a true bitcoin wallet app that automatically calculates sufficient miner fees. These fees help to ensure timely confirmation for your transaction on the Bitcoin network. You can use any of these popular wallets to make secure, successful payments to BitPay merchants. 2. MOVE BITCOIN INTO YOUR SPENDING WALLET If you don’t yet have bitcoin in your bitcoin wallet yet, you’ll need to buy some. Bitcoin exchanges are available all over the world, allowing users to convert any currency into and out of bitcoin. Every country and region is different, so you’ ll want to do some research before choosing an exchange. Exchanges and accounts do not send your bitcoin payments immediately, so they are not good for paying BitPay merchants. To avoid payment problems, first withdraw your bitcoin from the exchange to your spending bitcoin wallet before attempting to spend it. 3. MAKE A PAYMENT Making a bitcoin payment is fast, convenient, and extremely secure. To make a payment, you won’t need to enter any sensitive card information. Instead, you’ll simply send the payment from your wallet app. Remember to send your payment during the 15-minute payment window. BitPay only guarantees the fixed BTC price for this time period. Do not send payments to expired invoices. There are several ways to pay a BitPay invoice from your bitcoin wallet. A – SCAN THE QR CODE If your wallet is on a different mobile device, you can scan this code to open the payment in your wallet. Your wallet will lock in with the correct receiving bitcoin address and sending amount. Then make the payment. B – OPEN IN WALLET If your wallet is on the device you’re using to view the invoice, you can open the payment in your wallet by tapping here. Confirm everything is correct, and your wallet will make the payment. C – SEND THE PAYMENT MANUALLY Copy the payment URL from the invoice to your wallet, check your payment details, and send the payment. BITCOIN MINER FEES Bitcoin miner fees are the cost your wallet pays for the computing power which confirms bitcoin transactions on the Bitcoin network. Miner fees are not BitPay fees, and they cannot be refunded. These fees can be higher or lower depending on the number of transactions waiting to be confirmed on the Bitcoin network. NETWORK COST FEE The Network cost fee included in your invoice total covers the bitcoin miner fee cost of BitPay’s transaction sweep for your payment. This fee is an operational cost, not revenue collected by BitPay. It is not included with refunds. Learn more about the reasons for this cost.

You can pay with Bitcoin via the web shop up to £300,000

There is a minimum transaction size of £100

For larger transactions, please call us directly on +44 (0)07487393521

Yes, there is a 0.5% surcharge when paying with Bitcoin. Our payment processor BitPay charges us 1%, so we have split this charge equally between you and us.

Bitcoin is a new digital currency that was created in 2009 and is held electronically. Bitcoin works on a public ledger called blockchain, which holds a decentralised record of all transactions that is updated and held by all users of the network. Once you acquire bitcoins, you will keep them in a digital “wallet,” which can be stored either online or offline. Your wallet is like your own private bank, over which you have total control.

Buying gold bullion online with Bitcoin is easy at the Wealth Fargo online shop, just follow the transaction process to the payment method selection page and click on Bitcoin. There is a 0.5% surcharge for paying online with Bitcoin, which is 2% less than paying with a credit card, and this fee will be applied at this stage. By clicking through accepting the terms and conditions and clicking pay now, a window will appear from BitPay allowing the customer to scan a QR code to complete the payment or they can copy the address and send the correct amount of Bitcoin to that address from a Payment Protocol Compatible Bitcoin wallet.

Bitcoin payments usually require 6 confirmations before the transfer is marked as complete. Depending on the mining fee paid, a transfer will be considered high or low priority, so generally speaking, the higher the mining fee, the quicker the settlement.

Bitcoin is a decentralized digital currency controlled by a massive open-source network of people, you can use third-party services to check if your payment successfully transferred. Just enter in your block or transaction ID in the search bar. Once your block or transaction ID is located, the status of the transfer will appear.

blockchain.info 

www.blocktrail.com/BTC 

BitPay invoices have recently changed to display Payment Protocol URLs or a Payment Protocol QR codes, which provide bitcoin address and amount information securely to bitcoin wallets.

You can use any of the popular Payment Protocol-compatible wallets below to pay a BitPay invoice. If you don’t have one of these wallets yet, simply create a wallet and send some bitcoin to it.

There are several ways to pay a BitPay invoice (like the one below) from your bitcoin wallet.

A. SCAN THE QR CODE

Scan the QR code to open the payment in your mobile wallet. Your wallet will lock in with the correct receiving bitcoin address and sending amount. Then make the payment.

B. OPEN THE PAYMENT IN YOUR WALLET

If your wallet is on the device you’re using to view the invoice, you can open the payment in your wallet by tapping “Open in wallet”. Confirm everything is correct, and you can send the payment from your wallet.

C. SEND THE PAYMENT MANUALLY

Copy the payment URL (Beginning with bitcoin=?r-https://) from the invoice and paste it into your wallet’s “Send” screen. Check your payment details, then send the payment.

You’ll see the payment reflected on the invoice instantly when you hit “Send” in your wallet. Remember to send your payment during the 15-minute payment window. BitPay only guarantees the fixed BTC price for this time period.

For more information on sending a payment, see How to Pay with Bitcoin, or watch our video guide.

New Bitcoins are generated though a process called mining but you can also purchase bitcoins on a Bitcoin exchange. The whole Bitcoin network is used to monitor and verify both the creation of new Bitcoins through mining, and the transfer of Bitcoins between users. A log is collectively maintained of all transactions with every new transaction broadcast across the Bitcoin network.

Bitcoin is secure money for the internet. You can pay without handing out sensitive financial information, and you don’t need an account. 1. FIRST YOU’LL NEED A BITCOIN WALLET – AN APP THAT LETS YOU RECEIVE, HOLD, AND SPEND BITCOIN It is important that you use a true bitcoin wallet app that automatically calculates sufficient miner fees. These fees help to ensure timely confirmation for your transaction on the Bitcoin network. You can use any of these popular wallets to make secure, successful payments to BitPay merchants. 2. MOVE BITCOIN INTO YOUR SPENDING WALLET If you don’t yet have bitcoin in your bitcoin wallet yet, you’ll need to buy some. Bitcoin exchanges are available all over the world, allowing users to convert any currency into and out of bitcoin. Every country and region is different, so you’ ll want to do some research before choosing an exchange. Exchanges and accounts do not send your bitcoin payments immediately, so they are not good for paying BitPay merchants. To avoid payment problems, first withdraw your bitcoin from the exchange to your spending bitcoin wallet before attempting to spend it. 3. MAKE A PAYMENT Making a bitcoin payment is fast, convenient, and extremely secure. To make a payment, you won’t need to enter any sensitive card information. Instead, you’ll simply send the payment from your wallet app. Remember to send your payment during the 15-minute payment window. BitPay only guarantees the fixed BTC price for this time period. Do not send payments to expired invoices. There are several ways to pay a BitPay invoice from your bitcoin wallet. A – SCAN THE QR CODE If your wallet is on a different mobile device, you can scan this code to open the payment in your wallet. Your wallet will lock in with the correct receiving bitcoin address and sending amount. Then make the payment. B – OPEN IN WALLET If your wallet is on the device you’re using to view the invoice, you can open the payment in your wallet by tapping here. Confirm everything is correct, and your wallet will make the payment. C – SEND THE PAYMENT MANUALLY Copy the payment URL from the invoice to your wallet, check your payment details, and send the payment. BITCOIN MINER FEES Bitcoin miner fees are the cost your wallet pays for the computing power which confirms bitcoin transactions on the Bitcoin network. Miner fees are not BitPay fees, and they cannot be refunded. These fees can be higher or lower depending on the number of transactions waiting to be confirmed on the Bitcoin network. NETWORK COST FEE The Network cost fee included in your invoice total covers the bitcoin miner fee cost of BitPay’s transaction sweep for your payment. This fee is an operational cost, not revenue collected by BitPay. It is not included with refunds. Learn more about the reasons for this cost.

You can pay with Bitcoin via the web shop up to £300,000

There is a minimum transaction size of £100

For larger transactions, please call us directly on +44 (0)07487393521

Yes, there is a 0.5% surcharge when paying with Bitcoin. Our payment processor BitPay charges us 1%, so we have split this charge equally between you and us.

Bitcoin is a new digital currency that was created in 2009 and is held electronically. Bitcoin works on a public ledger called blockchain, which holds a decentralised record of all transactions that is updated and held by all users of the network. Once you acquire bitcoins, you will keep them in a digital “wallet,” which can be stored either online or offline. Your wallet is like your own private bank, over which you have total control.

Buying gold bullion online with Bitcoin is easy at the Wealth Fargo online shop, just follow the transaction process to the payment method selection page and click on Bitcoin. There is a 0.5% surcharge for paying online with Bitcoin, which is 2% less than paying with a credit card, and this fee will be applied at this stage. By clicking through accepting the terms and conditions and clicking pay now, a window will appear from BitPay allowing the customer to scan a QR code to complete the payment or they can copy the address and send the correct amount of Bitcoin to that address from a Payment Protocol Compatible Bitcoin wallet.

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