How do I pay a BIP70 or BitPay invoice from Exodus?

Now you have the ability to pay BIP70 or BitPay invoices in Exodus using Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash and Ethereum with just a few clicks or taps. This article will outline the steps you can take on both Desktop and Mobile version of Exodus to pay your Bitpay invoices.

Please note: These steps work for both Desktop and Mobile Exodus and for all Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash and Ethereum!

In this article:

  • How do I pay a BIP70 or BitPay invoice from Exodus?

Desktop

1
Go to Wallet > [asset you're paying with] > Send.
2
Copy the payment URL of your invoice.

Please Note that the invoice URLs usually have the following format:

  • bitcoin:?r=https://invoiceserver.com/i/InvoiceTokenOrID for Bitcoin
  • bitcoincash:?r=https://invoiceserver.com/i/InvoiceTokenOrID for Bitcoin Cash
  • ethereum:?r=https://invoiceserver.com/i/InvoiceTokenOrID for Ethereum

Alternatively, you can scan the QR code in Exodus (skip step 3 if you do so).

3
Paste the URL into the address box.
4
The receiving address and amount will auto-populate. You will see other invoice details at the bottom section of the Send window. Verify them and click Send before the clock expires.


Mobile

1
Go to Wallet > [asset you're paying with] > Send.
2
Copy the payment URL of your invoice.

Please Note that the invoice URLs usually have the following format:

  • bitcoin:?r=https://invoiceserver.com/i/InvoiceTokenOrID for Bitcoin
  • bitcoincash:?r=https://invoiceserver.com/i/InvoiceTokenOrID for Bitcoin Cash
  • ethereum:?r=https://invoiceserver.com/i/InvoiceTokenOrID for Ethereum

Alternatively, you can scan the QR code in Exodus (skip step 3 if you do so).

3
Paste the URL into the address box.
4
The receiving address and amount will auto-populate. You will see other invoice details at the bottom section of the Send window. Verify them and click Send before the clock expires.