With a BitPay wallet, your private keys and your money always remain under your control. And you use 100% open source code to test and audit the community. In this version of the BitPay application, we have built in the following features that do not compromise security or availability:
Buy real-time gift cards from major brands including Amazon.com
Support Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cache, ETH and XRP
Support for ERC-20 stable coin tokens, including USD (USDC) coin, Paxos standard (PAX) and Gemini dollar (GUSD)
Create and manage multiple wallets in the application
Integration for loading, managing and spending BitPay Visa® cards.
Integration for buying and selling bitcoins.
Intuitive multi-user protection for personal or shared wallets.
Device-based security: All private keys are stored locally, not in the cloud.
Hierarchical deterministic (HD) address generation and wallet backup
Payment Protocol Support (BIP70-BIP73): Easily identifiable payment requests and secure payments.
Support for over 150 currency pricing and unit names in BTC or bits
Email and push notifications for payments and transfers
Easy stream of cost offers for shared wallets and group payments
Testnet wallet support
Custom wallet names and order
Several supported languages, including French, German, Chinese (Simplified), and Spanish
This application is free and open source. You can also view the code on GitHub at: https://github.com/bitpay/copay
BitPay invoices are now both payment protocol and peer-to-peer compatible. If you choose to pay from a wallet that supports payment protocol, you will be able to copy and paste the Payment URL into the paying wallet or scan the QR code to trigger the payment prompt. If you choose to pay from a peer-to-peer wallet, you will be able to copy and paste the receiving address and exact amount to send. For the best payment experience, BitPay suggests using wallets that are updated to work with Payment Protocol.
Payment Protocol makes sure you send exactly the right amount of Bitcoin or Bitcoin Cash.
With Payment Protocol you don’t need to worry about failed payments, delayed orders, or refunds.
Payment Protocol adds new security to payments, protecting you from sending payments to imposters or attackers.
Payment Protocol makes sure you include a high enough miner fee for the Bitcoin or Bitcoin Cash network to confirm your transaction.
Bitcoin (BTC) Wallets
You can use any of the popular Payment Protocol-compatible wallets below to pay a BitPay bitcoin (BTC) invoice. If you don’t have one of these wallets yet, simply create a wallet (please use the most up to date version) and send some bitcoin to it.
You can use any Payment-Protocol-compatible BCH wallet with a BitPay merchant who accepts BCH. The following wallets are fully compatible. We are currently working to add more fully-compatible wallets.
You can use any Web3 wallet or wallet with a Dapp browser to pay a BitPay merchant who accepts ETH. The following wallets are tested and compatible. We are currently working to add more fully-compatible wallets. Please see our help article How do I pay an invoice from a DApp browser?
If your favorite wallet is not on this list, feel free to carefully use the invoice address to make a payment without Payment Protocol. Our goal isn’t to limit users’ wallet choices. We are working with other wallet providers in the Bitcoin ecosystem to advance adoption of the Bitcoin Payment Protocol. We created and released a simpler JSON interface for Payment Protocol which will make it easier for wallets to adopt these improvements. Widespread adoption of Payment Protocol will immediately improve the bitcoin payment experience.
How do I move bitcoin to a Payment Protocol-compatible spending wallet?
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Manage your finances in one app with the secure, open source BitPay Wallet. Get up and running fast with blockchain security, store and send funds, buy gift cards from over 90 major brands. With the BitPay Wallet, your private keys and your money remain in your control at all times. And you’re using code that’s 100% open source for community testing and audits. We built the following features into this version of the BitPay app that doesn’t compromise on security
[REF] handle paypro err
[REF]: retry PayPro details request if fails
[FIX] PayPro error message improvements
Fix media query for price chart button
[FEAT]: handling of advertising push notifications
Feat: BUSD added to Simplex integration
[FIX] check unconfirmed only on the tx you want to speed up
[FIX] Show finish modal after creating a txp from read only wallets
ref(wallets-tab): cache ordered wallets by group to speed up the app
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