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Accepting Cryptocurrency As A Shopify Merchant With NOWPayments

Accepting Cryptocurrency As A Shopify Merchant With NOWPayments

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Transacting on Shopify has just become easier. This is after Shopify and NOWPayments signed a deal whereby, shoppers can order products and pay for them using cryptocurrency, and merchants can accept the payment through the new Shopify plugin.

For those not familiar, NOWPayments is a cryptocurrency payment gateway that supports over 70 cryptocurrencies as payout, donation, and payment options.

To enjoy this revolutionary new service that has a new Shopify Partnership, simply sign up for a NOWPayments account through a short, simple, and absolutely free registration process.

How it Works

NOWPayments allows Shopify merchants to accept payments and donations in the form of Bitcoin and over 70 other altcoins through the Shopify plugin. Business owners also have the option of choosing a wallet of their favorite cryptocurrency to use in accepting payments. Even in this case, the merchant will still be able to receive payment in the currency he or she designated with the help of the auto change feature by NOWPayments.

Through a conveniently designed dashboard, Shopify merchants will also be able to track all their payments and transfer whatever data they need whenever they want. NOWPayments will also provide you as a Shopify merchant with a personal account manager to assist you through any difficulty you might face during the integration process and afterwards.

What is Shopify?

Shopify is an online store where clients and merchants/business owners can interact to buy or sell products or services. As at April 2021, Shopify has more than 1,000,000 merchants from all over the world. This platform offers a wider range of services and several payment options. All these offerings can be easily accessed publicly or privately through Shopify apps.

What are Shopify Plugins?

NOWPayments currently supports several plugins for accepting payments. These plugging include WHMCS, Zen Cart, Magento, PrestaShop, WooCommerce, and Shopify.

NOWPayments' Shopify plugin can be added by a Shopify merchant as alternative, manual payment method, therefore, allowing them to experience the great benefits that this new payment feature has.

Setup A Shopify Store - It Is Easier Than You Think!

Setup A Shopify Store - It Is Easier Than You Think!

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People often think that setting up on online store is difficult. In some cases, this may be true -- but using Shopify makes it easy. It is a lot simpler than you might think to setup a Shopify store.

Free Shopify Trial

To get started, you can sign up for a free 14-day Shopify trial, which should provide you with plenty of time to create your online store and get it ready for launch. Of course, you will be able to continue adding to your store offerings at any time after it is launched. One thing you will not be able to change is your store name, so give some thought to this before signing up. The store name you choose will become part of your store's URL on Shopify. However, you could also choose to eventually buy your own custom domain name, and then simply point your domain name to your Shopify site.

Creating a Shopify Account

Creating your Shopify account is easy, as it is just a matter of answering some simple questions about yourself and your future online store. You will, of course, want to have your business idea and name figured out first. You will eventually want a logo for your store, and of course you need the products that you plan to sell. These could be your own products, or you may choose to sell the products of others. Good photos of your products are also important, as online customers need photos to decide which products they want to buy.

Add Products

Adding your products is easy, as it is simply a matter of adding a product, giving it a title and description, and uploading photos. Good titles and descriptions are important to help your customers locate and decide to buy your products. Be sure to include sizes, details about the product's features, and any other relevant information. Details about your shipping, return policy and other important points should be included.

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