2Checkout Offers Online Checkout Methods with Payments API

2Checkout released a new suite of payment API (Application Programming Interface) libraries from beta testing, letting merchants embed 2Checkout’s payment processing capabilities directly into their website. The 2Checkout Payment API libraries join 2Checkout’s hosted options: Standard Checkout and Inline Checkout. With these three checkout platforms, 2Checkout is the payments vendor with the broadest set of customizable payment methods in the world. Merchants use 2Checkout to process credit card, debit card and PayPal payments, allowing them to directly integrate 2Checkout’s technology into their website with complete coding control. They can therefore focus on designing a unique and branded checkout experience for their customers. Standard Checkout displays checkout pages based on the buyer’s device while maintaining the merchant’s unique branding. Inline Checkout provides a simple payment form that gives shoppers the appearance that they are still on the merchant’s site. The Payment API empowers merchants to integrate 2Checkout’s payment processing directly into their website with the most customization options.

Giesecke & Devrient Offers U.S. Debit EMV Solution

Giesecke & Devrient secure payment products and solutions developed and deployed an EMV solution that allows a debit card to meet Durbin Amendment requirements while supporting bank, merchant and consumer needs. As an active member of the Smart Card Alliance’s EMV Migration Forum (EMF), G&D was an integral force in these discussions. Following the EMF’s recommended solution and leveraging decades of experience in developing highly secure payment products, G&D’s EMV debit card products and services offer the most advanced payment deployment, providing extensive functionality to support all of the latest specifications from the major payment brands. A chip embedded in a card serves to provide a higher level of security when compared to present-day magnetic stripe only cards, protecting cardholder data and information stored on the chip. Unlike static magnetic stripe cards, chip cards contain an operating system and support dynamic authentication. Every transaction requires new values produced by the chip to be delivered. Utilizing chip card technology will be seamless to the customer, though they will now be able to execute EMV transactions using a debit card.

MANGOPAY Accepts Seven New Currencies

MANGOPAY crowdfunding platforms and collaborative economy players is strengthening its offering with new functionalities and accepting seven further currencies (British pound, American dollar, Swiss franc, Polish zloty, Norwegian, Swedish and Danish krone) in addition to the euro. The Australian and Canadian dollar will also soon also be accepted. In-app payment using card “tokenisation” which allows merchants to receive payments without users leaving their platform. Meanwhile, test accounts for merchants and the option to go live directly via mangopay.com. MANGOPAY helps clients accept third-party payments, create and manage e-wallets (white label), split funds and collect fees in a simple, secure and transparent way.