WordThree Pro – MetaMask Authentication & Payment Gateway


WordThree Pro makes it easy for you to start accepting crypto in just minutes and begin selling your products at the click of a button.

WordThree Pro also supports multiple cryptocurrencies, meaning customers can use whatever type of digital asset they prefer when paying for their orders via their MetaMask wallet.



Register with MetaMask
Login with MetaMask
Accept cryptocurrency as payments
Binance, Ethereum and Polygon ready
Add further ERC20 Tokens
Integrates with WooCommerce

PHP: 7.3 or higher
WordPress: 5.0 or higher
WooCommerce: 5.3 or higher
MetaMask browser extension – view here.

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Make payments with MetaMask
WooCommerce Integration


Release – Login and register with MetaMask

About WordThree Plugin

What Blockchains does WordThree work with?

If you’re looking for an easy way to begin accepting payments in cryptocurrency, WordThree has you covered. By default, our WordPress plugin is set up to work with the Ethereum, Binance and Polygon blockchains, so you can start accepting payments right away. And if you’re looking to accept other ERC-20 tokens, our advanced settings make it easy to do so.

So whether you’re just getting started with cryptocurrency or you’re a seasoned pro, WordThree has the flexibility and features you need to begin accepting payments quickly and easily.

Will WordThree work with my WooCommerce store?

Yes, our MetaMask WordPress plugin will work with WooCommerce, allowing you to accept payments via compatible blockchains. Our plugin is easy to install and setup, and we’re always here to help if you have any questions.

So why not give WordThree a try today? We think you’ll be impressed with how seamlessly our plugin integrates with WooCommerce and how easy it is to use.

Is WordThree a cryptocurrency WordPress plugin?

Kind of! The plugin does allow you to accept payment in cryptocurrency, but WordThree is going to become a lot bigger than just a payment gateway. The main focus of WordThree is to easily integrate NFT capabilities. This will allow you to create unique digital assets that can be bought, sold, or traded on the blockchain. In addition to NFTs, WordThree will also support smart contracts and other advanced features that will make it the most comprehensive cryptocurrency WordPress plugin on the market.

So if you’re looking for a way to easily accept crypto payments and create digital assets, then WordThree is definitely worth checking out!

What are the network fees for accepting payments with MetaMask wallet?

If you’re looking to accept payments via MetaMask wallet, there are no payment fees associated with that. However, there are network fees depending on which blockchain you choose to use. Network fees are basically the fees associated with using a particular blockchain. So, for example, if you choose to use the Ethereum blockchain, you’ll have to pay network fees in order to interact with that blockchain.

The amount of the network fee will vary depending on the specific transaction you’re trying to make. In general, though, network fees are relatively low – often just a few cents US.

How do I set up a MetaMask wallet?

Creating a Metamask wallet is a simple way to store your Ether and other Ethereum-based tokens. The first thing you’ll need to do is head over to the Metamask website and download the extension for your preferred browser. Once you have the extension installed, you’ll be able to create your wallet by clicking on the “Create a Wallet” button. You’ll then be prompted to set up a password and accept the terms and conditions. After that, you’ll be able to see your seed phrase, which is a string of 12 words that you can use to restore your wallet if necessary. You should make sure to store your seed phrase in a safe place, as it will be the only way to access your funds if you lose or forget your password.

Finally, you’ll need to choose which Ethereum network you want to connect to. The main network is called “Mainnet” and is used for real-world transactions, while the “Testnet” is used for testing purposes. Once you’ve made your selection, you’re ready to start using your Metamask wallet!

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