Benvenuti a PTPShopy per Aziende! Qui puoi scoprire come adottare il modo migliore per accettare pagamenti in criptovalute.

Guida all'Integrazione Ecommerce di PTPShopy

Hai deciso di utilizzare le criptovalute e iniziare ad accettare pagamenti in cripto nella tua attività?

Congratulazioni per aver deciso di ridurre le commissioni, accettare pagamenti per oltre 200 criptovalute e velocizzare i pagamenti! Per aiutarti, abbiamo creato una semplice guida passo-passo per aiutarti a configurare la tua attività per iniziare ad accettare pagamenti in cripto utilizzando il gateway di pagamento PTPShopy, che ti consente di ricevere oltre 200 criptovalute come pagamento per i tuoi prodotti o servizi. E se hai bisogno di una valuta specifica, scrivici al supporto e la aggiungeremo.

La guida è suddivisa in diverse sezioni a seconda di come desideri integrare PTPShopy nella tua attività e quali funzionalità desideri utilizzare.

Puoi seguire dall’inizio, oppure se hai già iniziato, puoi andare direttamente al punto in cui ti trovi. Ecco un comodo indice per il manuale online:

Go to ‘Point of Sale and click on your Shop.

Click the ‘Create’ button at the top right of the screen.

Select your Payment Currency Type. Enter the Sale Price, enter the Sale Order ID (it can be numbers or letters), and then enter a description of the product/service (this is for your own bookkeeping). Click on ‘Create’.

Done! You will now be shown a custom-tailored QR code and a receive address. Show the QR Code to the buyer, or send the receive address with the ‘Total’.

You can open the QR Code from the ‘Checkout’ section. This section displays all invoices made to clients for particular products or services offered by this particular store. If you need to access the QR Code, click on the QR Code button beneath ‘Share’.

Go to your ‘Point of Sale’ and select your ‘Shop’.

Click on the invoice or click on the ‘eye’ icon found on the right side of the screen.

Click the ‘Delete’ button. Delete functionality completely deletes the Sale Order. If you don’t need it, but only want to close the Sale Order, but not delete it, then you need to click on the Cancel button. Then the Sale Order will be closed and will be in the table of Sale Orders. 

Go to the ‘Point of Sale’ section of your Merchant account and select your ‘Shop’.

For this example, a Sale Order/Checkout ID for $10 has been created.

Here is a preview of the example.

Select ‘Unidentified Payments’ in the sub-menu. As you can see, you have received a partial payment from the buyer for that sale order.

Select the unidentified payment. To do so, click on the payment.

You will see all unpaid ‘Sale Orders’ at the bottom. You can choose which invoice to merge with the received unidentified payment.

Click on the Sale Order.

Click on Yes. After that, the unidentified payment will be attributed to this invoice, which will automatically close. If you need to receive an additional payment from the buyer, then for the difference you need to create a new ‘Sale Order’/’Checkout ID’ that needs to be sent to the buyer.

In addition, if you initially do not approve of the partial unidentified payment that you received, you can return the payment back to the customer by clicking on the Sale Order and selecting ‘Refund’.

Go to the ‘Point of Sale’ module and select your Shop.


Once you’ve selected your Shop, select the Checkout ID/invoice with the payment status set as – ‘Success’.

Click ‘Refund’

If you need to change the refund address, enter the receive address and click the ‘Submit’ button. Keep in mind that the new receive address needs to be of the same currency type. If you are making a BTC refund, but the user provided an ETH receive address, clicking on ‘Submit’ would lead to a loss of funds.


If you have already withdrawn this currency to a third-party wallet, and do not have a sufficient amount of funds in your PTPShopy Wallet account to make the refund, you need to first deposit the required amount of currency to your PTPShopy wallet – and then attempt the refund.

After a successful refund, the status would have changed.

Yes, when you open a Merchant Account, this becomes your Master Account. Under this account, you can create an unlimited number of Shops/Merchants, but all of their received revenue will be pooled into the Master Account. 
If you are operating something similar to a franchise, for example, then your ‘Shops’/store owners need to create their own Merchant Accounts, but use your referral code/link during the signup. This way, the ‘Shops’ can see all of their transaction history, while also automatically paying a 50% transaction fee cut to the franchise/Master Account. 
These are the current two scenarios to group merchants under one wing. 

How to Setup Your API on Woocommerce

Go to ‘Merchant Tools and click on your Download.

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Go to the ‘Wallet’ and click on the currency you want to withdraw.


Click the ‘Withdraw’ button, located at the top right of the screen.

Input the amount you want to withdraw and enter the recipient’s address. Note, that you need to enter the receive address of the same currency type. As an example, if you are withdrawing ALGO, you need to enter an ALGO receive address. Otherwise, you risk losing your funds in the decentralized blockchain.

Select ‘Gas Fee’ and choose your preferred fee.

Click the ‘Submit’ button

Here you can see the withdrawal alongside the gas fee being deducted from your balance.

Success! The withdrawal has been sent to the required address. Receival times depend on the gas fee and the protocol. Some withdrawals may take a few minutes while others may take several hours.

If you want to withdraw a token, then:

Go to ‘Wallet’ and click on ‘Gas Fee Accounts’

Select the base currency