• Have a store set in another currency, tried to add this plugin, says it doesn’t allow my particular currency. Sure, alright, downloaded multi-currency plugin, wasted an hour trying to figure out how to tie multi currency with this plugin.Still doesn’t work. instructions would be nice.

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  • Plugin Author trof


    Hi cslak
    yes, this plugin supports only Bitcoin, and if checkout is conducted in any other currencies this plugin is not going to show up in the list of payment methods.

    Instructions strongly depend on the particular multi-currency plugin, and there are plenty of them out-there. But we strictly stay in WooCommerce API boundaries, and if the multi-currency plugin does the same (and I believe most of them do) there should not be any problems.

    If you would like to specify the problems you’ve encountered – don’t hesitate to ask in the support forum:

    Best of luck

    Plugin Author trof


    Try WooCommerce Currency Switcher – probably the easiest one.
    Some advices:
    1. Use fiat currency (like USD) as the primary, and Bitcoin as secondary currency, because some payment gateways (not us! 🙂 ) do not go through the list of available currencies, but pick the first one and reject to work if it is Bitcoin.
    2. Make sure you set 8 digits after decimal point for Bitcoin to operate with satochi.
    3. Use fixed prices, because automatic conversion often turns small USD amounts into 0 Bitcoins.

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