# (4) What's Next?
After you've connected your wallet to your BTCPay, you can explore various built in tools in the software. See the full list of Use Cases here.
# Creating the Point of Sale App
BTCPay has a PoS app which you can use to receive payments from your customers directly or to receive donations. To create the POS app, you need to have a store created in BTCPay. View PoS instructions here.
# Creating the Crowdfund App
Create a crowdfunding campaign using BTCPay. Unlike traditional crowdfunding platforms, the creator of the campaign is the owner of the platform. Funds go directly to the creator’s wallet without any fees. View Crowdfund instructions here.
# Creating the Payment Request
Create custom invoices which can be shared with others, by sending a link to your payment request. Users can pay the request at any time. BTCPay automatically updates the BTC exchange rate at the time of payment. View Payment Request instructions here.
# Creating the Pay Button
Pay buttons are great when you have a fixed amount for a product or a donation. You can easily embed the button into HTML. When the customer or a visitor clicks on the button, BTCPay displays a checkout page and an invoice for them. View Pay Button instructions here.
# Connecting your BTCPay store to your e-commerce platform
Depending on the CMS you're using, you can easily connect BTCPay to your online store. Currently, BTCPay offers following integrations :
# Connecting Additional BTCPay Services
Additional free, open-source plugins can be used with your BTCPay.
LibrePatron is a self-hosted, censorship-free, Patreon alternative. LibrePatron uses BTCPay Server to receive Bitcoin payments on a recurring basis. Funds go directly to the creator's wallet. View LibrePatron instructions here (opens new window).
BTC Transmuter is a self-hosted service that allows you to automate your money and other tasks using BTCPay. Create custom, automated processes using crypto service triggers based on BTCPay. Common use-cases are fiat integration, payment forwarding and email automation. Open lightning channels, detect payments and more, using blockchain data from your own nodes in BTCPay. View BTC Transmuter documentation here (opens new window).
# Join The BTCPay Community
BTCPay Server is an open-source project, not a company. We rely on a network of diverse contributors and users to provide support for numerous use-cases. Join us in improving, learning, and building BTCPay.
If you have questions, try searching our FAQ Section or join the BTCPay Community and share questions and ideas for improvement.
If you are a developer take a look at the Local Development guide and help us with any open issues (opens new window) on Github. If you would like to contribute to BTCPay in other ways, check out the Contribution Guide for ideas.