Welcome to this post where we begin discussions and sharing of ideas around the VibePay QR codes generator.
What are QR Codes?
First, for anyone who has not used or taken much notice of QR codes so far, we will first answer the question: "What are QR codes?" - If you are familiar, however, you can skip the next paragraph.
QR codes have actually been around since 1994 and have slowly grown more popular in the last few years. They can be compared with barcodes, the ones we use to scan our items at self-checkouts at supermarkets or the cashier on the isles. Barcodes usually store information such as pricing, product numbers, profile details, website links and well, the list goes on now that we can scan any QR code with our smartphones.
QR Code uses with VibePay
Assuming you are familiar with VibePay or payment apps in general, VibePay enables us to create payment links that we can share anywhere. Which makes it super easy and fast to make and receive payments.
When you generate a QR code on the VibePay app, you are generating a scannable payment link rather than a clickable text link. This opens up a huge amount of QR code uses. A fellow member on this forum shared how they have used their QR payment link on their website here: https://blog.kevinwebb.co.uk/. Someone who visits this blog and wants to show support by buying the website owner a coffee, they can simply scan the code using their smartphone and donate any amount they wish. Other uses can be anywhere where your users are viewing your content, so webpages, videos, streams, images and much more!
I would love to see some images of ways VibePay users like you make use of the codes, such as adding QR codes to business cards maybe?
What do you think of QR codes? How do you think VibePay can improve this feature? How have you used it? Let us know below and I will do my best to discuss these things with you.
Haven't got the app and ready to try it out for yourself? Follow this link to download the app: Download.
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