Generating a QR Code

Last updated by Shayne McCulloch on July 02, 2019 12:55

At some point, you may wish to transfer funds to a wallet from your Clic Wallet to an external address and the external address does not supply you with a compatible QR code. In order to resolve this issue, you can generate your own QR code with a few simple steps.

Example QR text string:usdc:0x22A7D6fac0Da34B8B00374a851A1495a77673E75?amount=10

The data the QR Scanning is looking for is broken down into coin:address?amount=value

For example, if you were sending Ethereum, you can use ETH as the currency, or Litecoin use LTC

The list below outlines the mappings that will work.

```javascript currency: { 'bitcoin': 'BTC', 'litecoin': 'LTC', 'dash': 'DASH', 'usdc': 'USDC', 'ethereum': 'ETH', 'btc': 'BTC', 'ltc': 'LTC', 'eth': 'ETH' } ```

In order to generate a QR Code, you can use the following website http://goqr.me/

Make sure the type Text is selected and follow the examples below

cointype:address?amount=value

btc:3AV3g5ckxqhk9Xgq9D8eDLDSktyUKKpi3G?amount=0.55362798

This will output the QR code that is compatible with the Clic Wallet application and allow you to easily scan.

You can also just use

cointype:address

btc:3AV3g5ckxqhk9Xgq9D8eDLDSktyUKKpi3G