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I'd just follow what PayPal do, it's clearly enough differentiated with using red and green (obviously there's colour blind issues with these colours) and +/- but it leaves the prices in black:


An alternative is to have pricing levels e.g. single user, 2-10 users, 11-100 users with price breaks. This would give your users better understanding of what they are spending, would make accounting easier, etc. etc.


Follow these 2 steps 1) When user logs in first with your auto-generated password, ask them to create your own password with which they will login next time. 2) When user make a purchase or do any transcation on your wallet (store credit feature) ask for a OTP. Tell the user that they can opt out of this OTP but it is not recommended. This password ...

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