One of the concepts regarding Bitcoin most people still struggle is with is how it can be used for invoicing purposes. If you run a company that offers a service – let’s take web design for example – how would you go about billing your clients in Bitcoin in a proper manner? Invoiced, a simple invoicing platform both individuals and small businesses, now accepts Bitcoin.
Invoiced: A Brief Introduction
Let’s be honest here for a moment: no one likes to do bookkeeping and keeping records of their invoices in a physical manner anymore. As a result, we have seen a booming business for digital invoicing platforms, of which Invoiced is just one. But instead of focusing on the major brands, Invoiced wants to do right by you: the individual and the small business owner.
Invoiced offers a 30-day free trial promotion, so you can get acquainted with their service and see if its the right fit for you. Should you decide to continue using the service, they charge a small fee of US$9 per month, and they take care of everything regarding payment processing. And it has to be said, their services are worth exploring.
Whether you are looking to set up a subscription model – by billing your clients on a monthly or quarterly basis with recurring payments – or send a late payment reminder – these are bound to come in handy at some point – Invoiced has the tools to make your business grow. Not to mention, you can take full control of your revenue with the touch of a button.
And in order to help their customers move on to the new paradigm of digital payments – of which Bitcoin is one of the many options – Invoiced has decided to make life a bit easier for anyone who uses their service. In fact, there is no coding required on the end end-user’s side, as Invoiced will take care of everything to set you and your business up for the future of online payments.
Bitcoin is a very new and disruptive technology, which is impressing a lot of people, yet scaring off most small business owners at the same time. How do you go about accepting Bitcoin payments in regards to invoices? Invoiced has thought of this concern and come up with a simple solution, by integrating Bitcoin capabilities into their platform.
The main advantage for individuals and small business owners to accept Bitcoin payments in the simple fact they can expand their customer base on a global scale. Bitcoin is a digital currency that works across all borders and is subject to a very low fee of 0.5% per transaction when using it through the Invoiced platform. Compare this to accepting credit cards with their 3-5% surcharge, and you can immediately see how can become more successful and generate more revenue.
Invoiced’s Bitcoin integration is handled by Stripe, so you will need to sign up for a Stripe account in order to start accepting Bitcoin payments. Once you have signed up for a Stripe account, make sure to enable Bitcoin payments in your Invoiced account settings. You can do this by going to Settings > Payments > Bitcoin.