We hope you’re excited to use cryptocurrency to purchase ROMERO BRITTO FINE ART! At the moment, SHOPBRITTO.COM is accepting Bitcoin (BTC) or Ethereum (ETH) via the Coinbase Commerce payment method during checkout for FINE ARTWORK only.
Coinbase Commerce is a platform that allows SHOPBRITTO.COM to accept cryptocurrency payments in a fully decentralized way. All payments facilitated by Coinbase Commerce are peer-to-peer. This means that the cryptocurrency goes directly from your crypto wallet to a wallet that is only accessible by SHOPBRITTO.COM.
After selecting the Coinbase Commerce payment method, you will be redirected to their secure payment portal. Coinbase Commerce will display instructions on how to send funds directly to SHOPBRITTO.COM and monitor the blockchain for your transaction. Once a successful payment is made, Coinbase Commerce will notify SHOPBRITTO.COM to begin order fulfillment.
Please note, SHOPBRITTO.COM does not own or control the network or the software for Coinbase Commerce or your cryptocurrency wallet. The network protocols for cryptocurrency and their operating rules can change at any time, and those changes can affect the value, function, or even the name of Bitcoin (BTC) or Ethereum (ETH). If there is a problem with the Bitcoin (BTC) or Ethereum (ETH) network, you can lose your Bitcoin (BTC) or Ethereum (ETH). Just to clarify, SHOPBRITTO.COM will not be responsible if that happens.
Please read the below carefully because, when you use Bitcoin (BTC) or Ethereum (ETH) via the Coinbase Commerce payment method to purchase from SHOPBRITTO.COM, you’re agreeing to everything written below.
Cryptocurrency Payments Are Irreversible. That’s just the way the cryptocurrency network works — no do-overs. All transactions made with cryptocurrency are direct peer-to-peer payments from the customer to the merchant. This means that once a payment is sent, there is no way for Coinbase Commerce or SHOPBRITTO.COM to reverse the transaction or reclaim funds on your behalf. As a result, we're unable to resolve any payment disputes as transactions on the blockchain are irreversible.
Underpayments and Overpayments. Due to the high volatility of cryptocurrency, it’s your responsibility to make sure your cryptocurrency payment matches the purchase price we give you. An overpayment or underpayment indicates that we have detected an amount greater or lesser than what we expected—the most common reason for this is your crypto wallet used a significantly different exchange rate than Coinbase Commerce.
If you enter an amount LESS than the exact Bitcoin (BTC) or Ethereum (ETH) price, we’ll apply your payment to the amount due and you’ll need to pay the outstanding balance. We may ask you to top up the missing amount in the case of an underpayment. If you don’t send the exact Bitcoin (BTC) or Ethereum (ETH) price we list, we might cancel your order. Please don’t overpay: if you enter an amount MORE than the Bitcoin (BTC) or Ethereum (ETH) price, we might not be able to return the extra amount. Also, please note, we may refuse to accept Bitcoin (BTC) or Ethereum (ETH) as a payment method at any time, at our sole discretion. If there are any discrepancies or inquiries regarding payment status via Coinbase Commerce, please reach out directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Refunds. If you’re entitled to a refund, we can refund to you either (1) the exact Bitcoin (BTC) or Ethereum (ETH) amount that you entered when you made the purchase or (2) the original U.S. Dollar price of the purchase. And it’s up to us which one happens; you don’t get to choose (we might choose one option over the other to try to get you your refund quicker). But that also means the risk is all on you if the Bitcoin (BTC) or Ethereum (ETH) value changes between the time you made the purchase and the time you get the refund (in the form we choose). So, for example, if we refund you in Bitcoin (BTC), the value of that Bitcoin (BTC) amount might be a lot less than it was when you paid it to us; and if we refund you in U.S. Dollars, that U.S. Dollar amount might be a lot less than the current market value of the Bitcoin (BTC) amount you used to make your payment.
Obeying the Law. If you use Bitcoin (BTC) or Ethereum (ETH), you have to obey all the laws that apply to your use of Bitcoin (BTC) or Ethereum (ETH). Plus, you understand that we need to verify that you are who you say you are, so you agree:
to give us all information that we ask for (so that we can verify who you are) and that it is 100% accurate (and you’ll update us if any information changes)
to give us permission to ask others for information about you to verify you are who you say you are and to take action to verify your identity and protect us all against fraud or financial crime
to allow us to share your personal information with credit bureaus or with government agencies that investigate fraud or financial crime.