PayStand launches API
From PayStand’s Our Big Announcement blog post on October 10, 2014:
If you missed FinDEVr last week, then you missed some big news. We showcased two exciting developments; the launch of our open API, and the new PayStand mobile SDK.
These two accomplishments seriously support the developers and merchants in our community, and attract many more. With our API, developers can now build on top of the PayStand platform and further integrate the PayStand payment gateway into websites, apps, software, and more.
This is big news when looking at the future of PayStand. Many of our developers building a mobile solution, and we are now poised for many more strategic and enterprise partnerships utilizing a more robust and open code base through our API. We have other new developments on our roadmap that will be released in the coming months – stay tuned!
More from PRWeb:
PayStand, a next generation online payment solution, is now making platform integration even easier with the introduction of the PayStand API. This is the first API to combine a solution for accepting Bitcoin, eCheck and credit cards. Developers can create desktop and mobile checkout experiences that retain the simple one-click checkout experience, but offer ever-increasing payment options to the end user. Previously, companies have struggled with gaining access to a payment system, particularly one that integrates all three modern forms of payment. With PayStand’s new API, developers can seamlessly integrate the PayStand software into any platform, making the user experience smooth and convenient.
“The PayStand API is providing developers the opportunity to build any type of payment experience on top of the PayStand solution, so they can be innovative and creative in their approach to payments, taking advantage of Bitcoin, eCheck and credit card options. Developers are also happy to take advantage of the lowest rates offered through the payment API, given the nature of our unique Payments as a Service and wholesale rates business model,” said Jeremy Almond, CEO, PayStand.
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