The ability to receive direct crypto payments is of great importance for numerous small businesses, individual entrepreneurs, content creators and non-governmental organizations like charities. Many of them accept different cryptocurrencies and Vaulty.io provides help with managing multiple addresses.
Vaulty Displays All Your Public Addresses
Vaulty is a free online platform that helps you to start accepting cryptocurrency payments and donations for your website, blog or Youtube channel. In a few easy steps, it lets you create a list of public addresses of your preferred digital coins including bitcoin cash (BCH).
The site then generates a link to the page where anyone who wants to pay you or send crypto for whatever reason can see all the public addresses you have along with their QR codes. This means you don’t have to list all of them under your video, for example, but only share the dedicated link in the description.
To prepare the page, which can contain dozens of cryptocurrency addresses, you have to go to Vaulty.io and click “Start Accepting Crypto.” This will allow you to search and select the coins and tokens you want to be paid with.
Clicking “Next” takes you to a page where you need to provide the public addresses for the respective cryptocurrencies. Once you submit them, the platform will generate a personalized link to the list. Your clients or sponsors who follow the link will be able to copy the addresses or scan their corresponding QR codes to make a payment.
If you need to convert a bitcoin cash address into either the Cashaddr format or the Legacy format, you can use the Cash Address Converter developed by Bitcoin.com. You’ll find it in the Bitcoin Tools section along many other useful and free tools.
Have you used a service similar to Vaulty? Let us know in the comments section below.
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