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Setting up a fiat + crypto renewal product

Video demo on how to peg ETH renewals to USD:

Video demo on how to set up a fiat + crypto renewal product:

Step 1: Create product 🛠

If this is your first time creating a product on Whop Business, we recommend reading the Creating renewal products guide before diving into this.
Now that you know how to create a renewal product from the ground up - let's intro you to fiat + crypto renewal types:

Turning crypto renewals on:

  1. 1.
    Ensure your license type for your product is renewal.
  2. 2.
    You should see a toggle called Ethereum Renewal Payments. You'll want to turn this on.
  3. 3.
    For this guide we will be creating a fiat + crypto renewal product. With that being said, upon clicking the Ethereum Renewal Payments, you'll want to keep the card payments toggle. on as well. If set up properly, it should look like this.

Setting up a fiat + crypto renewal with an initial price + renewal price.

For this example, we will use a $3,000 initial cost with $300 per month renewal pegged to USD for ETH payments as well.
Per the example given above assuming your ETH pricing is pegged to USD, you will want to fill out your pricing as follow:
Your product will look like this if set up properly:

Setting up a fiat + crypto renewal with no initial price, only renewal.

For this example, we will use a $300 renewal price pegged to USD for ETH payments as well.
Per the example given above assuming your ETH pricing is pegged to USD, you will want to fill out your pricing as follow:
Your product will look like this if set up properly:
You're good to go! If you want to learn about how to create a renewal product that accepts only crypto payments, you can read about that here -
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Step 1: Create product 🛠
Turning crypto renewals on:
Setting up a fiat + crypto renewal with an initial price + renewal price.
Setting up a fiat + crypto renewal with no initial price, only renewal.