At EcoMoissanite, we constantly keep up with modern trends, especially technological ones. For this reason, we are delighted to announce that our brand is one of the first fine jewelry brands to accept cryptocurrencies as a form of payment. The rise of cryptocurrencies is making way for more convenient and instant payment systems, and as a result, disrupting the way e-commerce is conducted. If you wish to buy loose moissanite stones and moissanite engagement rings with Bitcoin, Ethereum or Bitcoin Cash, you can do so through our website. By adopting cryptocurrency as a payment method, we strive to enhance your online journey and expand your choices during the checkout process.
Cryptocurrencies are digital currencies that are not controlled by financial institutions or governments, but rather use encryption techniques to regulate their use and supply. All their transactions are verified by users on the blockchain network. Depending on the cryptocurrency, those transactions become public record to prevent the coin being spent multiple times by the same user. With cryptocurrencies, there is no need to go to a bank, withdraw money or even enter a credit card number before submitting a payment. As a disruptive force, the blockchain network is fast, offers unparalleled security, reliability, and has low transaction costs.
Once you have added your EcoMoissanite products to your cart, simply begin the checkout process. When you reach the payment page, instead of entering your credit card details, scroll down and choose the 'Coinbase Commerce' option. From there, click 'Complete Order' to be redirected to Coinbase’s payment page.
You will find the options to pay with the following cryptocurrencies:
Bitcoin: It is the coin that started it all. In 2008, Satoshi Nakamoto, drafted his evolutionary idea about the blockchain network and bitcoin, in a paper entitled “A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System.” Nakamoto hoped to create a system that would decentralize the financial sector through encrypted peer-to-peer digital transactions.
Ethereum: A coin created based off of the invention of bitcoin. Its creator, Vitalik Buterin imagined Ethereum to be a platform that would be used for more than financial transactions. Today, Ethereum is an ecosystem for developers to create decentralized applications, such as smart contracts, without using third-party platforms.
Bitcoin Cash: While this coin is very similar to Bitcoin, there are notable differences that set Bitcoin Cash apart. Bitcoin Cash allows more transactions to be processed by increasing the size of its blocks. By increasing its number of transactions, Bitcoin Cash hopes to be able to compete with industry giants like Visa and PayPal.