How to use

Setting up your first wallet

The first step is always to choose your preferred Sign-In method. You’ll need to enter your public address at some point, unless you are connecting with a wallet. supports multiple third-party providers to allow the sign-in process.’s Sign In with public address, MetaMask, WalletConnect, or Google screen’s Add Wallet lightbox allowing to add an Ethereum, Bitcoin, Polygon, Fantom, BSC, or Ronin address or connecting an exchange

Before you start

Before using the app, you should take some time to sort your settings.’s Profile screen allowing to edit name, email, and address, or switch between light/dark mode and your favorite basecurrency

Setting up

Suppose you know the public addresses of business partners or friends. In that case, you should take the time to add them as your contacts by heading to Contacts > Add Contact or using the header + > Add Contact. Mainly, this is useful to identify transaction parties way more quickly and to pre-save them if you send a crypto invoice to that person later.’s Contacts screen allowing to add / edit contacts and to connect them with crypto addresses’s Wallet screen allowing to add crypto addresses or centralized exchanges as wallets


There are multiple ways to use, but most people will likely use the service on their Laptop or Computer. But as long as you can sign in, you should be fine using the application on any device.’s Portfolio Overview screen showing the assets’ total value, last activities, portfolio performance, and (non-)fungible token balances’s Transactions Overview screen showing the latest transactions that have occured with your added wallets

Creating crypto invoices & reports

To create a cryptocurrency invoice with, go to Documents > Invoices > Create Invoice, or + > Create Invoice. You’ll then see the invoice creation screen where you can customize your invoice.’s Crypto invoice creation screen allowing to create a crypto to crypto invoice.
  1. Choose a name for your invoice.
  2. Choose a contact or add a new one to billing.
  3. If not already pre-saved, enter your information.
  4. Choose your invoice currency which will denominate your crypto invoice.
  5. Select the wallet where you wish to receive the funds.
  6. Choose the asset you want to receive. The amount you’ll receive becomes auto-calculated in your invoice currency at the time of payment.
  7. List the services and items for which you are creating the invoice.
  8. Optional: Add a message to the customer
  9. Select the date your invoice should be issued
  10. Select a due date for your invoice.
  11. Click on SAVE DRAFT for later adjustments or SEND for e-mailing it.’s Report creation screen allowing to easily create a crypto report, also in combination with Quickbooks Essential logo


At, our mission is to eliminate the gap between traditional accounting and blockchain-based accounting. is the first token-based accounting solution that offers seamless fiat-to-crypto invoicing. We provide a self-explanatory user interface with a clean and modern look, that naturally supports your workflow. Furthermore, we will integrate support for the most popular networks like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Binance Smart Chain, Polygon, Fantom, and Ronin chain.


David Brodhagen is COO and co-founder at Before, he worked in the blockchain ecosystem for two years. Besides studying Business Administration he leads the Blockchain Initiative at the Frankfurt School of Finance and Management. You can contact him via email and LinkedIn.



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