Where to Get a PayID

Following up on my first PayID post with actionable next steps

Get a PayID from a Supporting App

PayID is supported in an array of apps, with more to come.

“Just like the creation and widespread adoption of the internet and mobile phones, PayID drives payments forward, simplifying global payments for all and bringing us one step closer to a world where money moves as easily as information.” — Open Payments Coalition

Each one of these companies have pledged to offer PayID to their customers.


PayMe+ is a collaboration between two members of the Open Payments Coalition: CoinField and Towo Labs.


Tangem is a hardware wallet in the form of a credit card that can send, store, and receive digital assets.

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Tangem Wallet receiving XRP from Xumm Wallet. Image via payid.org


Bitrue is a an XRP-centric crypto exchange, offering more than 75 trading pairs with XRP — as well as XRP-backed financial products like interest accrual (called staking in the crypto world) and XRP-collateralized loans.

“PayID is one of the biggest leaps forward for crypto currency adoption that we’ve ever seen. The ability for users to share their addresses through a pronounceable and memorable format will help demystify the payment process for millions..” — Curis Wang, CEO of Bitrue

Sign up at Bitrue today and get a PayID with your account


Crypto.com is a self-described crypto bank, starting off with a wallet product and expanding to other financial products like borrowing, lending, staking, and exchange capabilities.


CoinField is cryptocurrency exchange that is available in 190+ countries and offers a wide swath of crypto trading pairs.

Image via CoinField

Do It Yourself

All these companies are running PayID servers in order to give their customers PayIDs.

Get a test PayID on your local server

You can set up a PayID server locally in minutes, in order to test out the capabilities of PayID.

A live PayID using AWS Lambda

You can also super easily set up a live PayID server and send real money to and from your PayIDs, using a cloud computing product called Lambda by Amazon Web Services.

More to come

Like I mentioned, the Open Payments Coalition has 40+ members who are hard at work at offering PayIDs to their customers.


Xumm (pronounced ‘sum’) is an XRP wallet that currently supports the “send with PayID” feature, meaning that you can use Xumm to pay money to other PayIDs.

Image via Xumm website


BRD is a leading cryptocurrency wallet with over 3 million users.


Bitpay is a leading cryptocurrency payment processor for merchants.


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