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Payment Method: Can I Pay My oxio Bill With Cryptocurrency?

It's now possible to pay your oxio invoice using cryptocurrency!

Technically, the transaction is not handled the same as with a [credit card] (

A cryptocurrency payment adds money in your account (cash advance). Your next bills will be paid using these available funds until they're depleted.

Once the funds are depleted, the system will use once again the payment method initially registered in your account, unless you add new funds.

Refunds are not made through cryptocurrency, but bank transfers.

What are the accepted cryptocurrencies?

For now, you can add funds to your oxio account with the following cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Dai, Dogecoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, USDC.

How it Works?

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Click on Billing
Choose the cryptocurrency payment option
Check the terms and conditions agreement box
Click on Add funds

The secure app Coinbase Commerce will show in a sidebar.

You will then be able to choose your preferred cryptocurrency and if you already have a Coinbase Commerce account, you will be able to connect to it.

Once the cryptocurrency is selected, a QR code as well as a unique address will appear. Use them to send the desired funds.

Please note that fees will apply depending on the cryptocurrency used.

The transaction may take a few minutes and up to an hour before being completed! Please wait on the page until it's completed and do not reload it.

When the transaction is complete, you'll receive a confirmation email and you can also verify that the funds appear in your oxio Client Portal.

The Cryptocurrency Deposit Hasn't Worked?

Make sure that you have selected the right cryptocurrency that you want to use for the transaction.
For example, if you selected Bitcoin but you want to deposit Ethereum , it will fail!

Also make sure that you entered the right address for sending your funds. Funds sent to the wrong address are non-recoverable. It's your responsibility to make sure there's no mistake before sending the funds.

Updated on: 23/03/2022

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