Confirming Buyer Who Sent Bitcoin

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I am trying to set up a funnel and accept payment by Bitcoin. How do I confirm that a specific person sent money directly to my Bitcoin address?
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    Crypto threads are allowed on in Off Topic section as WF is not a crypto forum...moved this here in case someone can provide an answer.
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  • Profile picture of the author SultanaS
    You can find your Bitcoin Cash (BCH) or Bitcoin (BTC) address for receiving payments into your wallet by tapping "Receive" on the bottom toolbar of your wallet. Your address will be the long string of numbers and letters directly below the QR code for that address.

    If the person/company is sending you BCH then select one of your Bitcoin Cash (BCH) wallets. If they are to send you BTC, please make sure you provide them with an address from your Bitcoin (BTC) wallet.

    You can switch between your BTC and BCH wallets at the bottom of the page by tapping/clicking on the wallet name and selecting the one you wish to receive bitcoins to.
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  • Profile picture of the author Matthew Stanley
    What BTC payment processor are you using? Unfortunately not an expert in this specific Bitcoin arena, but recall an article stating that Ecommerce merchants using Magento, for example, have options such as BitPay, CoinGate, while Shopify store owners can use Coinbase, Dwolla, BitPay, or GoCoin to accept BTC payments ... presumably one of those companies could provide more insight?

    Fwiw, I've purchased a few things from Overstock using BTC just to see how it works (believe they partnered with Coinbase to enable this) and found the process pretty smooth/easy..
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  • Profile picture of the author derrick9vb
    Simple transfer of Bitcoins is not so hard. Much harder - to implement some kinda converter or exchange platform, that would allow clients to exchange their cryptocurrency to another one in real time while transferring. Nowadays, in most cases I simply use zec to btc exchange platform, if I need to exchange some crypto. Godex seems to be one of the most reliable platforms.
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  • Profile picture of the author Matthew North
    Use CoinPayments.
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  • Profile picture of the author Matthew Stanley
    Fingers crossed that you figured out how to accept BTC payments ... skyrocketing price has to have you feeling good!
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  • Profile picture of the author Golgrer
    I accept BTC payment for my services. There is nothing difficult here. I accept cryptocurrency to the account of the exchange and immediately exchange it for dollars. Here such low fees, so it is beneficial to take it this way.
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