How to accept cryptocurrency tips while streaming – Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Ethereum!

Accept Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Ethereum as tips for your streams!

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Hey what’s up everyone, it’s Derek from Nerd or Die, and in this video I’m going to show you how to accept, send, and cash out cryptocurrency tips like Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Ethereum for your stream — with no prior knowledge of cryptocurrency needed. I’ll also show you how we can set up alerts using StreamLabs as well.

Let’s get right into it.

To start, you may be wondering, “why would I want to send or accept crypto tips?” There’s quite a few reasons. First, you’ll receive no charge backs with crypto. Once the currency is sent to your wallet, it stays there unless you want to do something with it.

Second, it will allow you to send and receive money anonymously. This means your email or other information that can sometimes be shared by PayPal, will stay anonymous.

Finally, with cryptocurrency becoming more and more popular, this will be a great way to introduce yourself to this new type of currency. I should mention that altcoins will be added in the future as well!

So, how do we go about all of this? We’re going to need accounts with 3 different services. Coinbase,, and StreamLabs.

Let’s start with Coinbase. Coinbase is a website that allows you to buy and sell cryptocurrency quickly and easily. I’ve included a referral link in the description below, where we’ll both receive a $10 bonus if you purchase $100 of cryptocurrency over time. We’ll take a good look at Coinbase, as it’s important to understand, but the other two services are very easy to use and set up.