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Rapyd Developer Newsletter: March, 2022

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Rapyd Bytes: Hosted Checkout Page and Escrow /videos
Learn how to generate the hosted checkout page, save card details while the customer is making a payment, test in Postman, retrieve customer details, and list payments.

Hosted Checkout Page vs Toolkit Integration Features /forums
Learn how to generate the hosted checkout page, save card details while making a payment, test in Postman, retrieve customer details, and list payments.

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The Hosted IDV Page has been updated to allow a Toolkit Integration to embed the page and IDV flow on your website. See Hosted IDV Page and Toolkit Doc to learn more.

The Beneficiary Account Details section now reflects the existing Beneficiary Account Details Toolkit Integration to embed the page and user flow on your website. See Beneficiary Account Detail for more information.

Clients can now use the Hosted Card Activation Page to generate a hosted page to activate an issued card. A secured hosted page sent to card users (private or corporate cards) to activate a card that has been personalized but not yet activated by receiving a PIN code (Rapyd randomly generates a PIN code and displays it to the user). Refer to Hosted Card Activation Page Object for more information.

Happening Soon!

Rapyd will be kicking off a year long series of developer events 21 of April! To start things off, we will host a virtual hackathon for fintech developers to use the Rapyd API and build something out of this world. Be sure and join the fintech community to see when we will launch the first-ever Galactic e-Commerce Challenge!

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