Cryptocurrency Payments through CPAY
In CPAY we can create the checkout (donation or sale) or just replenish the crypto wallets.
In CPAY, you can replenish and withdraw funds from client and merchant wallets. You can also create a checkout (donate or sell). After that you can send a link to it. Thus, the user who follows the link will be create a charge. Charging is available for payment in all currencies supported by the merchant and in the network in which the merchant was at the time the payment was created. When the user selects the currency in which he wants to pay for the charge, the system generates a unique wallet. After the payment has passed, the client needs to generate a new wallet for the charge, funds can also be sent to the previous wallet, but this transaction will not be tracked.
These unique payment addresses are monitored for up to 60 minutes. If no payment is detected after 60 minutes then the checkout status changes to Expired.
When a customer makes a payment in cryptocurrency, they generate a transaction, which is then broadcast to the cryptocurrency network for verification / confirmation.
When the customer’s transaction was created, the payment status changes to New. When the customer’s transaction was detected on the blockchain, the payment status changes to Pending. This means the payment has been detected but it has not yet been confirmed by the network. When the transaction is fully validated and confirmed by the blockchain network, the payment status changes to Done. If transaction has been cancelled by something reason (high network load for example), the payment status changes to Failed.
After the funds have been credited to the client's wallet, they are sent to the merchant's wallet. To do this, the merchant's wallet must send funds to the client's wallet to pay for Miner Fee. For example, in order for Tether ERC-20 send to the ETH merchant's wallet, this merchant's wallet must send ETH in an amount sufficient to pay for Miner Fee.
If the merchant's wallet does not have the funds to pay MinerFee for the transaction of replenishing the merchant's wallet from the client's wallet, then the system will send the necessary funds, but will create a transaction with the "Refund" status, which will be executed when the required amount is on the default or secondary merchant's wallet. If the system also has no funds, then a transaction to replenish the merchant's wallet from the client's wallet will be created with the status "Wait for funds". Under the transaction, it will be indicated which of the wallets needs to be replenished and by what amount in order for the transaction to be completed. A list of all payment statuses can be found below:
Here's a visual representation of how transaction works for crypto merchant wallets replenishment:
Here's a visual representation of how transaction works for crypto clients wallets replenishment:
Here's a visual representation of how transaction works for withdrawal:
Here's a visual representation for Swap: