Digital Wallet and Payment Pointers

You must have an account with a wallet that supports the Interledger Protocol (ILP) to enable Web Monetization on your site.

Your wallet provider will assign you a payment pointer, which is the public address for your wallet. You'll add your payment pointer as the content value in your <meta> tag.

Digital wallets

The following providers offer ILP-enabled wallets.

Payout currencies27 fiat currencies
34 crypto currencies
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XRP
Withdrawal currenciesUSD, EUR, GBP, CAD, PLN, XRP, BTC, ETH, +59 more
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XRP, USD, EUR, BTC, ETH
Bank connectionACH, SEPA, Wire, UK FPSSEPA, Wire
FeesNoneSEPA: 1.00 EUR < 50,000 EUR
Wire: $15 min ($150 max)
Payment pointer prefix$ilp.uphold.com/$ilp.gatehub.net/

Payment pointers

A payment pointer is a public address to your ILP-enabled wallet. Your wallet provider assigns you a payment pointer during account setup. If you're having trouble finding your payment pointer, check out these instructions: