Newsletter publishing company Substack is introducing new tools for international writers and audiences, including local payment methods, support for more currencies, and the ability to set a default language for newsletters.

In a blog post, the company said that it’s rolling out support for payments in 13 currencies USD that is including, GBP, AUD, EUR, BRL, MXN, NZD, CHF, DKK, NOK, SEK and PLN. Every time their subscription money is due.a company staff memberSubstack if users are paying in any of these local currencies, they don’t have to worry about the dollar conversion rate writers still can’t set prices that are different individuals in various geographies. Whenever a writer inquired about that in feedback,

stated that geo-specific rates is “very much on our radar.”

Additionally, Substack stated that readers in European countries may use practices like direct payment or debit through a bank’s portal. Initially, the newsletter service supported iDEAL, Bancontact, Sofort, and SEPA direct.Image Credits:


The company noted that in early tests it observed an 85% “relative lift” in paid conversions when a local method was available for payment.

What’s more, Substack is introducing a default language option for international writers. This change will be reflected in their newsletters, emails, buttons on the post, the publication page, and the dashboard that is personal. Presently, it aids Spanish, French, Italian, German, and Portuguese (with an alternative to pick portuguese that is brazilian apart from English.Image Credits:

Substacksaid in a postSubstack has had a start that is controversial the entire year, utilizing the business stating that it may need a hands-off approach with Nazi updates and won’t clearly ban all of them. CEO Hamish McKenzie

that it’ll enforce principles to ban articles with “incitements to physical violence” but will stay glued to a approach that is“decentralized content moderation.”Casey Newton’s PlatformerIn response to this, publications including* that is( and

made a decision to keep the working platform.(*)