EXITPay is a third-party hosted, non-custodial Bitcoin payment processor, supported by BTCPay server. As BTCPay, it is secure, private, censorship-resistant and free.
By registering to EXITPay you can receive your Bitcoin payments without any fees. You are your own payment processor. Funds go directly to your wallet; your private key is never required.
Register to EXITPay clicking to “Register Now For Free” button in home screen or click here.
You can use EXITPay to accept only Bitcoin Payments for free. EXITPay doesn’t support any shitcoins. However, in BTCPay server, opt in integrations for several altcoins are present and are maintained by their respective communities. If you want to accept shitcoins for your payments you have to find other third-party hosts. You can read more here.
EXITPay is supporting by BTCPay server, which is a free and open source project. We want to help people add Bitcoin Payments to their websites and e-shops and that’s why EXITPay is free. You can help us by donating.
Inside BTCPay you can create and manage an unlimited number of stores. Each store has its own wallet, can create apps (Point of Sale or Payment Buttons and Crowdfunds) or be paired with external e-commerce software through one of the integrations available. Admin does not have control over the private keys of the other user’s stores. For more information, check Stores and Stores FAQ
Each store has access to different apps. Applications built on top of BTCPay extend the use case of the software and cater to different type of users. Here you can create a new app and connect it to the store and customize it. A good example is Point of Sale app you can use to receive payments in physical stores or even donations.
For more information, check Apps or Apps FAQ.
Each store gets an internal wallet upon adding a derivation scheme. Internal BTCPay wallet shows all of your payments and should be used as a reference if some payments are not shown in your software or hardware wallet due to some wallets not supporting larger gap limit. In Wallets, you can see the total balance of your store. The funds from the wallet can only be spent, if the user signs a transaction with a compatible hardware wallet. For more information, check Wallet or Wallet FAQ.
All of the invoices for your user account will be displayed here. You can filter the invoices by the status, order, item, store or date. You can also create invoices manually. Invoices are sorted by date from new to old. You can open an individual invoice for more information. Use the export button to save a file (.json or .csv) detailing all invoices. Read more information about this Tab in Accounting.
Each store can have an unlimited number of payment requests which are displayed here. Payment requests are dynamic invoices that can be shared by url and paid at any time using current BTC exchange rates. Here you can edit and view your payment requests. You can see invoice details for your payment requests and even clone previously created payment requests. For more information, check Payment Requests.
When logged in, go to > Stores in the upper navigation menu and create a new store. You can create an unlimited number of stores on BTCPay Server. For more information read here.
The process of connecting a wallet and your BTCPay server is the same for both third-party or self-hosted solution. Your private keys are never uploaded nor required by the BTCPay Server. You’re only uploading the xpubkey, never private key.Find all the information about that process here or read this article.
Pay buttons are great when you have a fixed amount for a product or a donation. You can easily embed the button into HTML. When the customer or a visitor clicks on the button, BTCPay displays a checkout page and an invoice for them. Read more here.
First rule of Bitcoin is always keep your private keys private. Using a secure wallet is recommended for new merchants as the only provider (creator) of private keys. If there is a chance that someone else (such as a website) knows, stores, or provides your private keys to you, it’s generally accepted that they are not actually private. In BTCPay server and EXITPay the server doesn’t store your private keys. You keep your private keys offline in your own wallet. If any service asks for your private keys that means they are probably a scam and want to steal your money. Read more here.
BTCPay will never ask a merchant for any personal identification. Typically when converting to or from fiat on behalf of a merchant, payment processors are required to collect personal information for Know Your Customer (KYC) and Anti-money laundering (AML) banking requirements. This may include personal information such as passport ID, phone number, address, bank account, etc.
Fortunately, the Bitcoin Network does not use or collect these types of personal information, and therefore neither does BTCPay and EXITPay. Read more here.