How to pay with Happycoin

Happycoin is secure currencies for the internet. You can pay without handing out sensitive financial information, and you don’t need an account.

1. Get a wallet

First you’ll need a Happycoin wallet – an app that lets you receive, hold, and spend Happycoin.

You can use any of these popular Payment Protocol compatible wallets to make secure, successful payments to HPC wallet merchants.

We recommend the open source wallet app. It’s a great option for paying because it dynamically calculates sufficient miner fees. It’s also secure and easy to use.

2. Move Happycoin into your spending wallet

If you don’t yet have Happycoin in your wallet yet, you’ll need to buy some.

Exchanges are available all over the world, allowing users to convert any currency into and out of Bitcoin. Every country and region is different, so you’ll want to do some research before choosing an exchange And you’ll need buying Happycoin with Bitcoin on exchange Yobit, Hitbtc, Coinexchange and Coinasset.

Exchanges and accounts do not send your bitcoin payments immediately, so they are not good for paying merchants. To use your Happycoin, withdraw your Happycoin from the exchange to a Payment Protocol compatible wallet before attempting to spend it.

3. Make a payment

Making a blockchain payment is fast, convenient, and extremely secure.

To make a payment, you won’t need to enter any sensitive card information. Instead, you’ll simply send the payment from your wallet app.

A. Scan the QR Code

If your wallet is on a different mobile device, you can scan this code to open the payment in your wallet. Your wallet will lock in with the correct receiving Happycoin address and sending amount. Then make the payment.

B. Open in Wallet

If your wallet is on the device you’re using to view the invoice, you can open the payment in your wallet by tapping here. Confirm everything is correct, and your wallet will make the payment.

C. Send the Payment Manually

Copy the payment URL from the invoice and paste it in your wallet’s “Send” screen, check your payment details, and send the payment.ment.

Watch our guide below to learn how to get started with blockchain payments.

Happycoin Miner Fees
Miner fees are the cost your wallet pays for the computing power which confirms transactions on the Happycoin networks. Miner fees are not Happycoin wallet fees, and they cannot be refunded. These fees can be higher or lower depending on the number of transactions waiting to be confirmed on the Happycoin networks.

Network Cost Fee
The Network Cost fee included in your invoice total covers the Happycoin miner fee cost transaction sweep for your payment.