Integrating Coin with Shopify's Multi-Currency Feature

Coin now integrates with Shopify's Multi-Currency Feature. This is a great way to utilize both Coin's and Shopify's power.  

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How it works

When Coin and Shopify's Multi-Currency Feature are integrated your customers will be able to checkout in all of Shopify's supported currencies.  The currency will also automatically adjust to display in the customer's local currency.  

Setup

1. Make sure to follow this document to enable Coin's automatic currency conversion.

2. Go to the Coin app from your Shopify Admin and scroll down until you see Stores's Currencies. 

3. Select your enabled Shopify currencies. 

4. Save your changes and you are all set! 

Limitations

  • Adding the currency name next to the price will only work on currencies not supported by Shopify's Multi-Currency Feature.   

    For example, If a customer is viewing Canadian dollars (which is a Shopify's Multi-Currency supported currency) on your store then the currency name (CAD) will not display.  On the other hand, if a customer is viewing Mexican Pesos (which is not supported by Shopify's Multi-Currency Feature) then the currency name (MXD) will display.  

If you would like the currency name to display for all currencies please reach out to us.  We can check to see if we can manually adjust your theme code to always show the currency name. 

  • Coin's conversion rounding feature will only work on currencies that are not supported by Shopify's Multi-Currency Feature. 

    For example, If a customer is viewing Canadian dollars (which is a Shopify's Multi-Currency supported currency) on your store then the conversion rounding settings that you enabled will not show.  On the other hand, if a customer is viewing Mexican Pesos (which is not supported by Shopify's Multi-Currency) then the conversion rounding will function properly.  

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