GoCoin accepts not only Bitcoin payments, but also other leading alt-coins such as Litecoin and Dogecoin. You can settle in either fiat currency or in coins or any percentage of split you prefer. That is, for most merchants, we recommend keeping 10% in coins so you will have a reserve for refunds or in case you want to benefit from upswings in the coin price increases. If you are interested in integrating with Shopify and want step by step instructions write to email@example.com
We're having an awful time with Bitpay. It worked perfectly at first. Each time a bitcoin transaction went through, the payment would be automatically transferred to our bank account.
Then double payments started happening, and we have been having a lot of customers complain about it. We get no support at all from Bitpay. Now the automatic funds transfer to our bank account has stopped, and we can't access the balance of our bitpay account. We've tried to contact Bitpay about it, but we've heard nothing back from them yet.
Shopify needs to offer an alternative to Bitpay.
Now I've been informed that BitPay wants to charge us $35 to transfer our bit coin balance to our bank account. This is really, really offside. Shopify should give people an alternative to using BitPay because they're taking advantage of ecommerce retailers. (we weren't informed of changes to minimum withdrawal amounts at the time they changed it) Although I don't want to, I'm removing the bit coin option on our site until either shopify offers us an alternative to BitPay, or I find an alternative to Shopify.
I made a step by step guide on how to add a coinbase payment button to your site. I hope its easy to follow!
You can see it implemented at www.thebitcoinart.com a shopify hosted website.
Coinbase really does a good job of holding my inventory and logging shipping addresses etc.