DNotesVault – Best option for long term storage. No risk of losing your private keys or wallet file. DNotes are stored offline and all transactions are signed offline. It is quick and simple to set up, with no fees, or the power consumption costs of running a wallet. Sign up at dnotesvault.com/, it’s free and registration takes less than 5 minutes.
QT Client – DNotes full node software. Best option for users who are comfortable setting up their own wallet software and want to earn staking rewards on their DNotes.
Electrum Wallet – Lightweight client that “piggybacks” on full nodes. You will not earn staking rewards with this client, and it is less secure, but it is a great option for your customers to use for making payments. Click Here for a guide on setting up the DNotes Electrum Wallet. This wallet is the superior option for people with limited internet access.
Paper Wallet – For advanced users only. Not prone to cyber theft but susceptible to physical damage and loss or misplacement.
Step 2 – Choose your payment terminal option:
Phone – Set up DNotes Electrum Wallet on your Android device. This option is low security, but ensures that billions of people can participate. There are 6.8 billion cellphone subscriptions in the world, and in 2014 Android surpassed 1 billion users. Any of those billion-plus users can start selling their goods or services for DNotes using the DNotes Electrum Wallet. Have customers scan your QR code (located under “Receive” tab), then instruct them to send the total of their purchase to your wallet.
QR Code – Machine readable code. You can generate a QR code from any cryptocurrency address using online services such as this one https://www.the-qrcode-generator.com/. The nice thing about this option is you can keep your cryptocurrency stored securely offline, and simply print out a piece of paper with your QR code on it. You can display this QR code at your store’s checkout, on your website, or keep it on you at all times and accept payments with zero security risk. All transactions can be monitored via block explorer, searchable by transaction ID or addresses of the involved parties. This option is very flexible, as QR codes can be generated with DNotesVault addresses, Electrum addresses, QT Client addresses, and paper wallets.