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Visa payWave mobile app integration

Hello, I'm looking a payment solution that same with https://developer.mastercard.com/product/tap-on-phone-terminal-sdk

It allow Smartphone with NFC to accept payment via Visa payWave. Im developing a POS system and plan to integrate this feature to reduce the usage of payment terminal. Turn smartphone with NFC to payment terminal.

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Re: Visa payWave mobile app integration

Hi,

 

Thanks for your inquiry. We are currently looking into your use case. Will advise on next steps shortly.

 

Thanks,

Jai

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Re: Visa payWave mobile app integration

Hello @maplerichie

 

Per the use case you have provided, we have couple APIs that fits your business needs. Please review the documentation for the APIs mentioned below and let me know if you have any additional quetions.

 

Visa Token Service Provisioning and Lifecycle Management: https://developer.visa.com/capabilities/token-service-provisioning 

Visa Chip Simulation Service: https://developer.visa.com/capabilities/vsdc

 

Thank you, 

Vaibhav 

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Re: Visa payWave mobile app integration

Not really understand the API
Visa Token Service Provisioning and Lifecycle Management: https://developer.visa.com/capabilities/token-service-provisioning 

I would like to develop a Point of Sales Mobile App. After install the app to NFC-enabled smartphone or tablet, can accept Visa payWave payment directly without external card terminals.

The API is for Visa simulation on mobile wallet only right, furthermore this API only available to Issuer Banks, not the independent developer?

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Re: Visa payWave mobile app integration

Hi @maplerichie

 

If you are an independent developer, you would need to be sponsored by an issuing bank in order to use Visa Token Service API. These API’s allow issuers to replace sensitive account information, such as a 16-digit Primary Account Number (PAN), with a unique digital identifier called a token. 

 

Thank you, 

Vaibhav

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