NEW: Attach files to an invoice + 2 new cryptos (OCEAN and MPH) added | Request

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đź‘‹ Request enthusiasts,

A quick announcement of the latest updates on Request Invoicing over the last 2 weeks.

We’ve recently added 2 new tokens to the list of digital currencies as means of payment with Request Invoice: OCEAN and MPH

Ocean Protocol is a blockchain-based ecosystem that allows individuals and businesses to easily unlock the value of their data and monetize it through the use of ERC-20 based datatokens. OCEAN is a utility token that is used for community governance and staking on data, in addition to buying and selling data as the basic unit of exchange on the Ocean Market.

88mph is a decentralized protocol that acts as a yield optimizer for liquidity providers. Liquidity pools in 88mph collect deposited base assets from liquidity providers and deploy them onto lending platforms to earn interest. MPH tokens are primarily used as a utility token to gain access to the 88mph rewards pool. By staking MPH tokens, users are able to earn protocol fees and yield-farming rewards (e.g. yield-farmed tokens from linked protocols such as Compound).

Smooth onboarding

Also, new to Request Invoicing: we’ve added a simple 3-step in-product onboarding screen to help newly registered users get started. This will also help us learn more about a user’s intent with the Request Invoicing app.

Users for Request Invoicing range widely from crypto freelancers to small businesses and organizations such as a DAO. We strive to provide the best information available about Request’s products and services to the users based on their profile.

Attach files to your invoice

Last but not least, users can now attach a file to their invoice. This has been a popular request and it’s finally available to our users. Happy invoicing!

Also in this release:

  • 🔥 21 bug fixes including minor UI & UX improvement

Ready to Pay and Get Paid ...

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