XSGD

XSGD Is Now Supported By Request Invoicing

April 29, 2021

Since we introduced our digital Singapore dollar, XSGD, in October 2020, we have been working hard with partners to enable more XSGD support for a wide variety of applications.

We are pleased to share that XSGD (ERC-20) is now supported as a currency by Request Invoicing. Users of Request Invoicing can create, store, and access invoices and receipts on Request's universal, decentralized network.

A sample invoice in XSGD created on Request Invoicing



Users can now issue invoices to request XSGD using Request Invoicing.

Companies and businesses who wish to accept XSGD as a form of payment can now provide their clients invoices in XSGD.

In addition to XSGD, users of Request can easily send professional invoices and receive payments in traditional currencies like USD and EUR or in digital currencies such as USDC, DAI and USDT among many others in the list.

More than 250 businesses are already using the 9-month-old product, Request Invoicing, regularly. Notable companies in the blockchain industry including Maker, Gnosis, Aave, Ocean and Near foundation use Request to manage their financial flows, especially with inbound and outbound payments in cryptocurrencies.

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About Request

Request (REQ) is a blockchain-based suite of financial applications dedicated to crypto-first companies. Request Invoicing allows anyone from freelancers to small businesses and organisations to create, store and access invoices and receipts in a universal, decentralized network. Request aims to become the leading provider of financial services to power DAOs, blockchain-based companies and contractors with transactions and payment requests in the DeFi ecosystem.

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