Currencies

This system currently supports USD, GBP and EUR currency.

From Settings->Default Currency you can update the default currency to use in the system.

It is advisable NOT to change system’s currency when you have started using this app.

Default currency is used when clients are making payments and recording invoice payments.

Once you change systems default currency, you will also need to update proposals, deals, orders, invoices, etc to match the value of the new currency.

From Settings->Use Currency Symbol You can change how currencies are displayed in the system. You can have them displayed using their 3 letter ISO format (e.g USD) or their symbol (e.g $).

More currencies to be added in future

PayPal

In most cases, your PayPal merchant account is setup for USD or your own currency. You may however need to setup your account to accept other currencies e.g GBP, EUR.

From your PayPal merchant account’s Main Menu select Currencies, then click Add Currency.

Add the currency you set up as your system’s default currency.

Authorize.Net

Authorize.Net does not support multi-currency in one account. If a merchant wants to accept multiple currencies, example GBP and EUR, the merchant will need two Authorize.Net Payment Gateway accounts one for GBP and another for EUR transacting merchants.

Stripe

For Stripe, no additional settings. All you need it to create your merchant account and you are good to go.

2Checkout

For 2Checkout, no additional settings. All you need it to create your merchant account and you are good to go.

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