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Hello Request enthusiasts,
Big week! We’ve been busy as bees pulling in feedback and turning it into features to make invoicing in cryptocurrency more powerful than ever before.
When your volume of invoices is growing, and you have to manage many individual flows, it can become overwhelming. Invoices can get lost, or when revisited, you have forgotten key details of the transaction. To better manage your flows, it is useful to tag invoices with their specific context to use later.
To solve this issue, we have added the ability to add a tag to your invoice.
Soon, we will release an update that will support the ability to filter your invoices by tag — stay tuned.
Many businesses have multiple wallet addresses to manage specific currencies and flows. We’ve seen many conventions — from using one wallet address per client to using different addresses based off of the type of payment.
With a keen eye on this practice, we have introduced the ability to save many wallet addresses. This saves businesses time and makes receiving crypto more secure by eliminating the error-prone process of copy and pasting wallet addresses.
Also in this release:
- 🔄 The first version of currency swaps on payment (DAI, USDT, USDC, ETH)
- 🎟️ Onboarding product tour
- ⭐ Starname support
- ❗ Updated notification system
- 🔥 22 bug fixes and performance updates
Want to start getting paid in cryptocurrency? Sign up for Request Invoicing here.
Still on the fence? Grab a time in my calendar and let’s chat....
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