What currency does Gumroad use?
Gumroad processes all transactions in United States Dollars.
That means that you have the flexibility to display your products in the currency of your choosing (see below). However, during the checkout process, the transaction will always be converted to USD and will reflect its USD equivalent, not your chosen display currency. Gumroad uses real-time exchange rates to convert purchases to USD for processing.
In your Settings menu, you can choose the default display currency for new products.
Once the product has been created, the display currency cannot be changed.
You will need to recreate the product in order to adjust the display currency.
Customers outside of the US may be subject to an additional fee for international purchases, depending on the policies of their credit card company. If you do set your currency in anything other than USD, you may want to inform your customers of this in your receipt's text.
What does this mean for getting paid?
For all credit/debit card-related sales:
If you live in one of the following direct-deposit countries, Gumroad pays you out in your native currency. Your balance remains in USD, but you are paid the equivalent in your local currency at the current exchange rate on the day of your payout. Gumroad pays all necessary fees to get you the exact USD equivalent.
If you live in any other country, we pay you out via PayPal and you will be paid in USD.
For all sales made via PayPal & Stripe Connect accounts:
For these sales, payouts will be at the time of sale and will be in the default currency of the creator's account — irrespective of what display currency you have set.