PIP Button opens up Web3 payments with easy blockchain integration
- The PIP button introduces easy integration of blockchain payments to websites.
- No-coding knowledge is needed for one to add the payment button.
- PIP Button currently supports Solana blockchain tokens, including SOL, SERUM and RAY.
The PIP Button, a crypto start up that eyes simple and faster payments for Web3, has announced new blockchain integration that makes it extremely easy for creators and services owners to tap into new revenue streams.
According to the platform, now anyone can integrate the PIP Button frictionelessly into a website or third-party provider, then monetize it.
Easy integration and multi-chain supportCopy link to section
Unlike legacy payment systems whose integration requires a more tech-savvy approach – especially coding experience – the PIP Button works with a few clicks. Users don’t need to have coding knowledge to proceed, and as an open system, there’s no signups and accounts required.
“Integrating the PIP button will be as easy as making a new WordPress post or posting a new image/video to Instagram,” the platform said in a press release on Monday.
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Solana (SOL) supportCopy link to section
Currently, the PIP button supports Solana (SOL) and ecosystem tokens, including USD Coin (USDC), Raydium (RAY), Kin (KIN), and Orca (ORCA). It also supports the PIP token and could soon boast some of the top coins when the team adds multi blockchain support.
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To use the PIP Button, users have to set up a wallet via Phantom Wallet or Slope Wallet.