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If you still have questions regarding integration, please email us at devsupport@paymentwall.com

Platform Integration

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If you have an existing platform, where each client would like to accept payments, you can integrate with Paymentwall as a Platform. Your platform can have a single point of integration with Paymentwall, and each of your clients will have their individual Paymentwall Merchant Account.
 
Platform Integration consists of two steps.
 
Step 1. Pioneer Integration.

You can integrate Paymentwall for a single using our guides listed below:

Please note that the integration requires API credentials issued by Paymentwall to every merchant: Project Key and Secret Key. You can sign up for a test account and get these keys in the settings of the project that is automatically created.
On step 2, you will need to parametrize these API credentials depending on a specific client.

Once the integration is tested and working, you can turn your Pioneer Integration into a Platform Integration. Please contact devsupport@paymentwall.com at this stage.

Step 2. Platform Integration.

Landing Page
Paymentwall will create a landing page for your service, where your clients can sign up instantly for a merchant account. Their account will be automatically configured using the same settings that you specify during your pioneer integration. Each client will get their own API credentials. 
Example: https://www.paymentwall.com/en/payment-solutions/minecraft-donation-plugin

Configuration
You will then need to accept these API credentials from your clients and store them securely in your system. Your client will then need to set the Paymentwall Project Key and Secret Key in his settings in your platform.
(The image below is just for reference.)
 
 

Once a client provides his API credentials, you can then use these credentials to process payments on his behalf usign the integration built on Step 1.
 
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