PIP launches customizable eWeb3 pages compatible with WordPress, Wix, Squarespace, more

Rick Steves

In addition to the customizable Web3 websites without charging any fees, PIP is also disrupting the cryptocurrency payments process by removing the need for remembering wallet addresses.

PIP has launched PIP.me 2.0 to enhance the way it changes how people think of and interact with cryptocurrencies by bringing customizable eWeb3 pages to users.

The proponent of the decentralized creator economy boasts a native PIP Button that allows anyone integrate crypto and blockchain payments without coding knowledge.

Compatible with all websites and platforms, including Wix, WordPress, Squarespace, etc, the PIP Button supports Solana-based transactions – SOL, USDC, PIP, SERUM, etc – with support for other networks to roll out gradually.

PIP.me 2.0 enables any user to handle payments, embed NFTs, etc

Serving as a personalized eWeb3 page for every service user, PIP.me 2.0 enables anyone to create whatever they want to handle payments, embed NFTs, or organize social media accounts.

Jeff Baek, Chief Executive Officer of PIP, said: “PIP.ME connects online identity with crypto payments so that anyone can interact financially with people across the globe, fostering a global micropayment economy.”

In addition to the customizable Web3 websites without charging any fees, PIP is also disrupting the cryptocurrency payments process by removing the need for remembering wallet addresses.

PIP.me 2.0 supports native PIP.me addresses – created when registering an account – but expands the native functionality by adding a number of features and scope:

  • Simple payment links for mobile and desktop
  • Customization options to receive payments
  • The option to display social media accounts and personal links
  • Embedding single NFT assets or collections directly sourced from major NFT exchanges like Opensea, Looksrare, and Magic Eden

The new platform also enables straightforward migration to import links from external websites.

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