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With the increase of companies operating in the blockchain industry comes a need for paying & getting paid in cryptocurrency in a way that is compliant and user friendly.
When speaking with early Request Invoicing users we’ve witnessed the uncertainty of dealing with cryptocurrency payments associated with business expenses. This uncertainty often acts as a barrier to accepting digital currencies as a means of payment.
At Request, we take away these barriers and move the industry forward by providing tools that make using crypto as a means of payment as easy as centralized alternatives.
Request Invoicing is built for anyone that is looking to get paid in cryptocurrency with compliant invoices while offering the payer a great payment experience. We’ve created this blog post to showcase what issuing an invoice that’s payable in cryptocurrency looks like.
What does it look like?
An invoice issued with Request Invoicing looks very much like the invoice you’re used to now. It’s compatible with accounting & bookkeeping norms and integrates easily into your existing flows. To show you exactly how it works, we’ve created a cheat sheet going over every section of the invoice below.
1. Invoice number
The number of your invoices can be customized, to make sure they are in sync with your preferred accounting software.
2. Invoice currency
The invoice currency can be adjusted based on the currency you prefer and/or are required to bookkeep in.
We add additional invoice currencies every day.
Currently, the following currencies are supported to denominate your invoices: USD, EUR, GBP, CHF, CAD, DAI, USDC, USDT, ETH, MKR & BNT.
3. Issuer details
Issuer details can be specified according to local requirements to make your invoice compliant. This includes details such as first & last name, company name & address and tax number.
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