Integrations with third-party providers

Updated on 29 Mar 2024

Available integrations

At present, offers many out-of-the-box integrations with third-party providers: 

  • Card issuing
  • KYC (customer identity verification)
  • Mastercard Gateway (accepting card payments)
  • Payment orchestration (accepting all types of payments)
  • Currency exchange
  • Open banking
  • Sanctions check
  • etc

More details on available integrations

Agreements with providers

Please note that before you begin working on the integrations, it is important to establish agreements with providers which will outline the conditions and scope of services provided to you.

Our role in this process will be introducing your company to the provider. Since they will likely require a presentation about your business, here are some tips for creating it:

  • Start by presenting an overview of your company and business.
  • Describe the expected traffic, including its nature, key parameters, and characteristics.
  • Provide information about the number of transactions you expect, the average amount per transaction, and the countries involved in these transactions in 2024 and 2025.
  • Share details about your legal entity and its beneficiaries.

At this stage, it is important to demonstrate to the providers that they will work with a well-established business that operates legally and has a clear vision for growth and expansion.

Integrations with other providers

In case more integrations than those available out of the box are necessary for your product, team can develop them.
If you have a specific vendor integration request, feel free to contact us and we’ll discuss the details and conditions on a per-request basis. 

Developing integrations via API

To simplify the integration process, we have developed over 400 APIs catering to the most common third-party services that you may want to incorporate in your version of the Platform.

Bank integration

This integration is necessary to enable your end-users to link their bank accounts directly to your fintech product, allowing for functionalities such as account verification, balance checks, transaction history retrieval, and fund transfers.
More info on bank integration

Payment gateway

Integration with a payment gateway is needed to enable online payment processing. A payment gateway acts as a bridge between the fintech product and various payment networks, allowing users to make payments using different methods such as credit cards, debit cards, e-wallets, and other digital payment options.
More info on payment gateway integration


AML integration helps fintech companies adhere to regulatory requirements, combat financial crime, and ensure the security and integrity of their financial operations.

It typically includes features such as customer due diligence, identity verification, sanctions screening, transaction monitoring, and reporting suspicious activities, but the actual features list depends on the specific AML provider.
More info on AML provider integration

Payment cards/Card issuing

To offer branded payment cards to your users, allow them to make purchases, withdraw cash, and enjoy other card-related functionalities, integrating with a card provider, is needed. At present, is integrated with Marqeta, a card-issuing provider.

Also, offers smart card functionality out of the box, but this functionality only allows the creation of a card format representation of a wallet, so it has nothing to do with the actual process of card issuing. 

More info on payment cards provider integration