Available currencies for each payment processor

Importance of the currency set in Inventory/Order summary

Each payment processor comes with a set of accepted currencies. It is important for the entire payment flow to set the correct currency in Order summary/Inventory in order to ensure a smooth payment process for your respondents.

Note: If the currency set in Order summary/Inventory is not accepted by the payment processor, your respondents will not be able to pay.


You can find the currency codes accepted by PayPal in their official documentation.

PayPal currencies
CurrencyCurrency code
Australian DollarAUD
Brazilian RealBRL
Canadian DollarCAD
Czech KorunaCZK
Danish KroneDKK
Hong Kong DollarHKD
Hungarian ForintHUF
Israeli New SheqelILS
Japanese YenJPY
Malaysian RinggitMYR
Mexican PesoMXN
Norwegian KroneNOK
New Zealand DollarNZD
Philippine PesoPHP
Polish ZlotyPLN
Pound SterlingGBP
Russian RubleRUB
Singapore DollarSGD
Swedish KronaSEK
Swiss FrancCHF
Taiwan New DollarTWD
Thai BahtTHB
U.S. DollarUSD

Stripe & Stripe Checkout

Currency codes accepted by Stripe can be found in their official documentation. Stripe accepts over 135+ currencies.


All Square charges are made in the currency of your country of activation. For example, if you are US based and created your Square account in US, then the charge is made in USD. However, your respondents can pay using a different currency than yours, ¬†and the respondent’s bank will handle the conversion/exchange rate.


According to their official documentation, Authorize.net accepts payments from merchants located in the United States, Australia and Canada.

Authorize.net currencies

  • United States, Canada – USD, CAD
  • United Kingdom,¬†Europe – CHF, DKK, EUR, GBP, NOK, PLN, SEK, USD
  • Australia – AUD, NZD, USD


The official documentation of PayFast does not explicitly list the supported currencies. However, according to multiple support documents, they are supporting around 7 currencies: South African Rand (ZAR), US Dollar (USD), Euro (EUR), British Pound Sterling (GBP), Australian Dollar (AUD), New Zealand Dollar (NZD), Canadian Dollar (CAD).


Opayo mentions in their official documentation several supported currencies.

Opayo currencies
Currency codeCurrency name
CHFSwiss Franc
TWDNew Taiwan Dollar
MXNMexican Peso
DKKDanish Krone
SARSaudi Riyal
CADCanadian Dollar
USDUnited States Dollar
ZARSouth African Rand
NOKNorwegian Krone
THBThai Baht
AUDAustralian Dollar
MADMoroccan Dirham
SGDSingapore Dollar
JPYJapanese Yen
GBPBritish Pound


According to their documentation, FreshBooks supports multiple languages and currencies. On every invoice, you have the option of selecting the language & currency and those become the default ones.

FreshBooks supported languages & currency
  • English
  • Danish
  • Dutch
  • Estonian
  • French
  • German
  • Greek
  • Italian
  • Norwegian
  • Portuguese
  • Romanian
  • Spanish
  • Spanish (Latin America)
  • Swedish


Braintree supports multiple currencies, entirely described in their documentation.


Sisow, otherwise known as Buckarroo, supports around nine currencies, according to this article.

Sisow supported currencies
  • EURO (EUR)
  • British Pounds (GBP)
  • Polish Zloty (PLN)
  • Danish Kroner (DKK)
  • Norwegian Kroner (NOK)
  • Swedish Krona (SEK)
  • Swiss Francs (CHF)
  • US Dollars (USD)

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