CoinGate enables businesses to accept ZCash

For Merchants and Businesses

CoinGate enables online businesses to accept Bitcoin AND 40+ different Altcoins including ZCash through integration with ShapeShift.
We offer seamless API integration, plugins for eCommerce platforms, payment buttons, and Point of Sale Apps for iOS and Android.


About our payment gateway:

Receive payouts in EUR, USD or Bitcoin (we cover Bitcoin transaction and SEPA transfer costs). All payments made with Altcoins are converted to Bitcoin, and paid out in Bitcoin or Fiat.

We charge only 1% from the amount transacted, and there are no monthly, registration or other fees.
CoinGate currently offers plugins/modules for various eCommerce platforms: PrestaShop, Magento 1 and 2, OpenCart, WooCommerce, OsCommerce, ZenCart, WHMCS, and VirtueMart. Installation guides are available at https://coingate.com/plugins

Why choose us over competition?

The exchange rate on CoinGate is taken directly from one of several Bitcoin exchanges, meaning there are no hidden fees or margins for your customers (hidden fees researched on Reddit: http://bit.ly/2sT1gI9)
Focus on convenience for merchants and great experience for end-users, i.e. your customers:
Set your preferred invoice expiration time, from 15 minutes up to 24 hours, meaning no hassles with customers who use web wallets, third party services, or exchanges to make Bitcoin payments.
Underpaid/Overpaid orders? We made it possible to request a refund directly from the invoice. No need to contact support, either yours or ours.
CoinGate also offers accepting underpayments up to a desired threshold.

And just a couple of the measures we have taken to reduce the hassles that Merchants face when dealing with unfulfilled orders, i.e. expired, partially paid, underpaid, and overpaid orders.

  • Please note that, due to regulatory reasons, businesses located or registered in the United States of America can not use our services. We do, however, allow businesses to deal with customers from the US. *
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The spelling should be 'cannot'.

I disagree about the grammer correction

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So trying to further the professional appearance of endeavors trying to promote Zcash is unwelcome? I was not the least bit insulting and simply tried to improve an obvious error. If they are not native speakers, all the more reason to offer a well-intentioned correction. The goal is to help Zcash along.

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