Tagcash enables users and merchants to deposit, spend, charge, transfer and withdraw Fiat currencies using web and mobile app wallets. There are no transaction fees for user to user, merchant to merchant or merchant to user transfers. There is a max charge of 2% for payments from user to merchant, when a merchant charges by PIN or via biller setup, paid in Fiat or equivalent value in TagCoin. Half of the merchant fee is paid back immediately to the customer as a reward in TagCoin. Using the Rewards module in Tagcash, a merchant can pay additional rewards points to the customer based on amounts paid (ie: 1 xyourrewardx for every XXX spent)
So, if you want to earn TagCoin cryptocurrency, insist that your merchant start taking payments using Tagcash. It's faster and you will earn!
Merchants can use various methods for charging customer wallets, including QR code scanning with or without PIN code, pinless charging for recurring micropayments, website and app payments using email and PIN to confirm, Bill Payments and more. An open REST API is available to view and test at developer.tagcash.com for merchants who wish to integrate Tagcash into their products.
Tagcash Wallet includes various services for crowdfunding, crowdlending, bill Payments, Load / Airtime purchases, loyalty services and more. Merchants can also develop their own mini apps that can be used by customers and staff incorporating all the above payment methods.
If you would like to lean more about how Tagcash operates a permissioned blockchain, or as a merchant or fintech company you want to use the Tagcash Blockchain, please read the Pesos on the Blockchain article.
- Philippine Pesos (PHP)
Tagcash is currently integrating the Stellar Blockchain, and once complete, many different Fiat currencies can be used in the Tagcash Wallet. We will list them here as we add them, along with the anchor and issuer ID and how each can be cashed in and out.
FAQ(Frequently Asked Questions)
Amongst other features, this enables creation of users within Tagcash, handling verification, sending of money to others, and charging users from within your apps or websites.
The second option is setup a wallet node by connecting to the Tagcash Blockchain (install multichain.com software, connected to the tagcash node (firstname.lastname@example.org:3000), and send RPC-JSON API commands to the node, such as sending money to others, creating new addresses and so on. Each address created would have to be granted with send and receive permissions, which can be done via Tagcash API. This option is only available for merchants, banks and other fintech providers.
An example of how you might send money using the command line or via a JSON RPC command sent from your app, would be "sendasset addresshere PHP 100". The command line will send the money to that address then return the tansaction ID. For all the commands that can be used within the Multichain API use "multichain-cli tagcash help".
Once you are connected to the Tagcash Blockchain, either personally using a Multichain Node Wallet, or via an application using the blockchain, you can send funds to anyone anywhere else using the same system, using public addresses to send to.