Our Mission

Matching people who want to pay in crypto with those who want to get paid in crypto.

Our Goal

Contribute to the emergence of autonomous crypto communities worldwide that wish to become independent of the established banking and financial system.

How It Works

Service seeker

Want to make payments independently of banks, don't have access to a bank account, or live in a place where the government dictates the currency exchange rate? Register for free and find people in your area and all over the world who accept payments for rent, groceries, repairs and more in cryptocurrencies.

Service provider

Do you rent out an apartment, repair washing machines, have a stand at the weekly market or offer any other service? Do you own a hotel, a garage or any other business? If you are ready to accept payments in one or more cryptocurrencies as well, for example a US dollar based Stablecoin or Bitcoin, you can register for free in just a few steps. Simply provide a name and an address or zip code. This way, people in your area as well as anywhere in the world can find you and, if necessary, communicate with you securely through our platform.

Frequently Asked Questions

What does cryptocurrency mean?
Cryptocurrencies are not actually currency in the traditional sense, but digital assets. Unlike traditional money, they are not issued and controlled by banks, but are based on a digital network known as the blockchain. The blockchain guarantees that no asset can be copied or sent more than once.
There are countless different cryptocurrencies. The best known and oldest of them is Bitcoin. Then there are cryptocurrencies whose value is firmly linked to a currency, for example, the US dollar (USDT, USDC, BUSD, etc.). There are also cryptocurrencies whose value is fixed to the price of gold (Paxos Gold, etc.). However, for most cryptocurrencies, this also applies to Bitcoin, the exchange value in FIAT, i.e., conventional money, depends only on supply and demand. Similar to stocks, this holds great opportunities but also risks. A major advantage of cryptocurrencies is that they can usually be exchanged for any other cryptocurrency within a few seconds. So, for example, you can receive a payment in bitcoin and convert it into a stable-value US dollar stablecoin with just a few clicks, and vice versa.
Bitcoin is the most important and largest cryptocurrency. It is also the only completely decentralized cryptocurrency and escapes any regulatory control, as it is neither subject to a foundation nor issued by a company. Every change must be confirmed by 51% of the entire network, which makes Bitcoin extremely resistant to manipulation and takeover attempts. Bitcoin was only able to achieve this status because it did not receive much attention from either governments or investors when it was created. If an attempt were made today to create a second Bitcoin, the network would simply be hostilely taken over in its early growth phase. The maximum number of all Bitcoins is irrevocably limited to 21 million, which tends to make it a deflationary and limited commodity. Nevertheless, the weakness of Bitcoin is its high volatility, which is why it has only been suitable for asset protection to a limited extent so far. The more people hold Bitcoin in the future, the more the price fluctuations will decrease.
The fantastic thing about cryptocurrencies is that two people can send money directly to each other without there being an entity in between, such as a bank. Also, the state cannot influence the exchange rate or prevent payment. Suppose a young man named Walid lives in Beirut and has a brother, Ali, who lives in France. Ali wants to support his brother in Beirut and send him $1000. First, Western Union withholds a hefty fee on the transfer. The remaining sum is automatically paid out by the bank to Walid's account at a fixed exchange rate in Lebanese pounds. Only, unfortunately, this fixed exchange rate corresponds at most to 5-10% of the actual value of the US dollars sent. Out of $1000 that Ali sends to his brother, perhaps $100 of value remains in the end. To avoid this, Ali would have to get on a plane with $1000 and personally take the money in cash to his brother in Beirut. Then Walid could exchange the cash for local currency on the black market at a realistic price, or make his payments in U.S. dollars right away. But if Ali and Walid both have a crypto wallet on their cell phones, Ali can send his brother $1,000 in the form of a stablecoin within seconds and almost for free. Now, if Walid could pay his rent and his purchases at the market directly in this stablecoin, he wouldn't really need a bank account anymore, and he couldn't care less about the government's mandated exchange rate. The only thing that millions of people in the world like Walid would need is other people around them who agree to accept their payments in a cryptocurrency. According to current estimates, about 1.7 billion people in the world do not have access to a bank account. However, many of them have a smartphone with access to the Internet. Crypto could be the solution for them as well. This is where we come in.
The first step is to register on a large and reputable crypto platform, such as Binance, Kraken or Coinbase. All these platforms offer a smartphone app for download, through which you can receive and make payments or exchange cryptocurrencies with each other. And you're ready to go.
We strongly believe that all people in the world have the right to manage their money and money transfers independent of control by banks and states. The more people switch to crypto, the closer we get to this dream. Therefore, our platform has only one goal: to bring these people together! Anyone who wants to pay or get paid in crypto can sign up for free and provide their location. This way you can find people around you to pay for all kinds of services in crypto.
No. Our project is mainly financed by the donations of those who share our vision. All services are and will remain free of charge!
No. It is enough to enter your zip code and the street where you live, so that other users know approximately where you are. For example, if you are looking for someone to fix your car and get paid in crypto, it would be good to know if they live 5 km or 100 km away from you.
No. You can enter your real name if you wish, or simply specify any username. However, if you are the owner of a company, it would be beneficial to register under your real company name.
There are two ways to sign up. Either as a "service provider", i.e. someone who can be paid in crypto. Or as a "service seeker", i.e. as someone who seeks services that he can pay for in crypto. For example, if you have a bakery and allow others to pay for their bread in crypto, you are a "service provider". If, on the other hand, you are looking for a bakery where you can pay for your bread in crypto, you are a "service seeker". The "service providers" are shown on the map as a green dot. The "service seekers" are shown as a blue dot.
If you offer services, you always register as a "service provider". Of course, you can also use your account as a "service provider" to search for other "service providers" on the map and contact them.
This should motivate service providers in the area to accept payments in crypto. If, for example, a restaurant owner sees that many people in his area would like to pay in crypto, his sales are likely to benefit from accepting payments in crypto in the future.
Every registered user can contact other registered users directly via the platform and exchange messages. For example, you can arrange appointments or clarify payment details.
Please be patient. We have just launched this project and are working hard to build it up. Help us by telling others about our project and build your own crypto community here. We are counting on you!