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Currencies at CopeCart

Euro, US Dollar, UAE Dirham, Regions, Dubai, Europe, USA

Updated over a week ago

We want to make sure that you get the most out of your selling experience on our platform. One important aspect to keep in mind is the different currencies accepted in the different CopeCart regions. We have three main regions - CopeCart EU, CopeCart USA and CopeCart UAE - each of which has its own accepted currency: Euro, US Dollar and UAE Dirham.

Here is a brief overview of the different regions and their respective currencies:

1. CopeCart EU

- Accepted currency: Euro (EUR)

- Regional coverage: Mainly European countries, incl. Switzerland

2. CopeCart USA

- Accepted currency: US Dollar (USD)

- Regional coverage: United States and other countries with US dollar transactions

3. CopeCart UAE

- Accepted currency: UAE dirham (AED) and US dollar (USD)

- Regional coverage: United Arab Emirates and other countries with UAE dirham transactions

To make sure you choose the right region for your sales, the location of your business must be taken into account. For example, if your business is based in Germany, you should choose CopeCart EU and bill in euros. If you are based in the United States, choose CopeCart USA and bill in US dollars. The same applies to companies based in the United Arab Emirates, which use CopeCart UAE and bill in UAE dirhams.

Special feature of CopeCart UAE

In the UAE, the product price can also be displayed in USD, but the currency conversion takes place directly. You can activate this option in your products:

Below you will find the steps to select the appropriate region:

  • If you have created an account in different regions, you can easily switch between the accounts:

By selecting the correct region and currency, you can ensure that your customers see the correct prices and can carry out smooth transactions on CopeCart.

If you have any further questions or need assistance, please contact our support team.

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