HBPay – Dash Point-of-Sale (POS) system was designed for use with food trucks. But it can be used with any type of products. HBPay seems good for any small vendor looking for a mobile application where you have access to internet. This short video shows how the system works.
HBPay consists of a server component that handles the backend registration, store setup and wallet processing and a store display device (android tablet) to use as the actual POS unit. Customers use their mobile wallets to make payments in Dash.
From seeing the links in the dash.org forum posting I followed the directions and setup a store on the testnet version of HBPay with no special help. The server registration and store setup was very easy. You just hit each menu item and fill in the requested information. The merchant code ties the pieces together – you need it to register your mobile device and can optionally register on Telegram to get notifications.
Setup information for your store.
It is pretty easy to setup products in the store. Under settings you can pick which of 6 major fiat currencies you want to use.
You can add your products with pricing in any 6 current fiat currencies.
Once the store is created on the server you connect your store device (android tablet) using the merchant code and then download the product and pricing information.
Setup of the tablet to be used in the store.
This is what you see on the store tablet – you just add what you want for the sale and click on the “pay with Dash” button – up comes a QR code for the customer to scan.
product display / shopping cart
Once the customer scans the QR code you quickly get notice the payment was received.
Payment request and receipt.
Getting notifications from Telegram for each transaction is optional but simple and useful. There ...