How Billing Works

🪙 Money doesn’t grow on trees
You may be required to make payments for the following:

Account Balance

Each app and each team has an owner, which is a specific Directual user. The owner is responsible for covering the expenses related to their apps and teams. In the Billing section, you can view the apps and teams for which you have outstanding payments, as well as your payment history.
Billing section
For internal accounting, we have introduced a stablecoin named Directual-coin, or D-coin, which is hosted on the Ethereum network. The exchange rate is set at 1 D-coin = 1 US dollar.
You can add D-coins to your account balance through the following methods:
  • Adding a basic payment method (PayPal, Visa, Mastercard, or MIR card)
  • Adding funds via crypto
  • Adding funds via wire payment
  • Using a promo code

Basic Payment Method

You can link your credit card (Visa, Mastercard, MIR, or PayPal) as your basic payment method. Once the basic payment method is verified, it will be charged each time your account balance goes negative.
You have the option to choose between two payment gateways:
  • Paddle
  • Tinkoff
If you wish to remove your basic payment method, please contact us through the support chat or send an email request to [email protected].

Adding Funds to Your Account Balance

To add funds to your account balance, click on 'Add Funds' and select the appropriate payment method.

Crypto Payments

You can add funds to your Directual account using various cryptocurrencies:
  1. 1.
    Ethereum (mainnet)
  2. 2.
    MATIC (Polygon mainnet)
  3. 3.
    USDC (ERC20)
  4. 4.
    USDT (ERC20)
  5. 5.
Choose the appropriate method and send the cryptocurrency to the displayed wallet, which is your personal wallet. In 1–10 minutes, your transaction will be processed, and D-coins will be added to your account (we use the exchange rate from Coinbase).
More networks are coming soon!

Future Payments

You can view the upcoming payments for your apps and teams:

Payment History

You can find your transactions and receipts in the section below: