A decentralized network built on top of Ethereum, which allows anyone, anywhere to request a payment. The request can be detected and paid in a secure way, without the need to involve a third party. The request is saved on an immutable, authentic ledger, which acts as a unique source of truth for accounting and auditing processes. Request integrates a trade law system and works across every legislation. Request works with every global currency. Request is designed to be flexible, to last hundreds of years, and to work with IoT, whilst being compatible with any future systems.
Request donation modal went live today. Thought you might be interested to include it in your footer instead of just the addresses. As an FYI, it's fully decentralized and free to use -- we don't take any added fees (the only cost is the Ethereum gas). It can be integrated with a simple code snippet.
Anyways, check it out if you have a chance -- here's a link to the site: https://donations.request.network/
You can check out CoinBureau for the complete review of Request Network.
Top 10 wallets for Request Network (REQ) (September 2021 Update)
Hardware wallets are the safest and most convenient options for securing your Request Network (REQ). These hardware wallets are specially designed to store private keys securely. They're considered safer than desktop or smartphone wallets, mainly because they don't connect to the Internet at any point. These properties significantly reduce the attack vectors available to malicious parties, as it means that they can't tamper with the device remotely.
What wallets support Request Network (REQ)?
- Ledger Nano S Hardware Wallet
- Ledger Nano X Hardware Wallet
- Trezor One Hardware Wallet
- Trezor Model T Hardware Wallet
- SafePal S1 Hardware Wallet
- CoolWallet S Hardware Wallet
- CoolWallet Pro Hardware Wallet
- DCENT Biometric Hardware Wallet
- Security-Arts Quantum Hardware Wallet
- ShiftCrypto BitBox02 Hardware Wallet