Fiat Payments now available on Request Invoicing

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Looking for an elegant way to accept both crypto and fiat payments from your clients? You now can with Request Invoicing!

Doing business in 2020 has had its challenges. The global pandemic has forced many to work remote, causing companies to be more open towards building globally distributed teams and working with clients across borders.

Utilizing stable cryptocurrencies to initiate cross-border payments have been in favour of many tech-oriented businesses to speed up settlement times and lower processing fees. Unfortunately, many clients still require you to pay/get paid with traditional currencies such as USD, EUR or GBP. We’ve got an answer to this.

Request Invoicing now allows you to issue invoices which are payable in either cryptocurrency or through bank transfer, based on the needs of the person/business you’re issuing the invoice to.

This unlocks any business & freelancer around the world to use Request for getting paid while keeping track of their complete history of inbound and outbound financial transactions.

How does it work?

When issuing your next invoice with Request Invoicing, you now have the option to be paid in a fiat currency by the recipient. This is done by selecting the Bank Transfer option when selecting how you want to receive funds.

Are you new to Request Invoicing and wondering what a digital currency invoice looks like? We’ve created a cheat sheet for you which breaks down the creation process into tiny bits, making it understandable which information you’ll have to fill in at each step.


When selecting Bank Transfer as the payment method of choice for your invoice, a new dropdown menu will appear.

This menu allows you to add & edit bank details associated with your account. It also enables you to manage multiple bank accounts when required. Click on the menu to add your first bank account on which you ...

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