How to Receive USDT Payments with Material USDT Wallet?


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Accepting payments in Tether (USDT) is very useful, both for businesses and independent workers, or even for individuals conducting casual transactions. It provides you with privacy and complete control of your funds.

If you want to accept a payment in USDT, you just need to provide your USDT wallet address.

In other words, you have to give your payer the code that appears on the front.

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For example, your address could be something like this:


To better understand, let’s provide you with this example:

Imagine you wanted to receive payment for a job or product via a bank transfer, in euros. You’d only need to provide your bank account number to let your payer know where to send the money. The address of your USDT wallet is your “USDT account number.” And it’s unique worldwide.

Practical tip!

Scan your card’s QR code with your mobile phone to get the address without having to copy it by hand. This is important because it helps avoid potential copying errors.

Remember that USDT transfers are irreversible. Sending funds to an incorrect address means losing the money.

What quantity of USDT to receive?

When requesting payment, you’ll need to specify how much USDT you want to receive.

Using the example, suppose you’ve completed a job worth €2500, and you want to be paid in USDT using your Material USDT card.

Search on Google for “euros to USDT.” You’ll find numerous calculators to translate the €2500 to the corresponding amount of USDT based on the current price. For instance, at the time of writing this article, €2500 was equivalent to 1.09 USDT.

Can I generate an invoice for my payer?


Although USDT payments received on your Material USDT card are inherently anonymous, if you wish, you can create an invoice just like you would with any fiat currency payment (euros, dollars, etc.).

When generating your invoice, you’ll need to include the amounts in USDT, along with their correspondence in the currency of the country in which you want to present the invoice (for example, in euros).

How do I check if I’ve received the payment?

There are numerous free online services, such as this one.

Click on the camera icon to scan the QR code on your Material USDT card and check the transaction history (balance, incoming funds, and outgoing funds).

In practice

If you’re requesting payment online

You’ll write a message to your payer (for example, an email) stating something like:

“Send me 1.09 USDT to the address 0xd27417D11dE714cD12f7E3a722CCaDcdb33d0Cfd.”

*This is an example. You should use your own information.

If you’re requesting payment in person

Show your Material USDT card so the other person (your payer) can scan the QR code.

By following these guidelines, you can receive USDT payments on your Material USDT card privately and securely.

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