We refer to checkout as the entire process from entering payment information to receiving the product that was paid for. This includes rendering the user interface that the customer interacts with, analyzing for fraud as the payment details are entered, processing the payment, and handling the on-chain transaction for reliable minting and delivery to the intended destination wallet. Upon completion of the flow, a webhook is called on successful payment, and a receipt is sent to the customer.
A Checkout Link is simply a URL that does all of the above, abstracted away. This means neither you nor your customers need to worry about fraud, failed payments, or NFT delivery!
Before trying to create a Checkout Link, make sure you have registered a smart contract! There are 2 types of Checkout Links to choose from. Here's the breakdown:
|Type of checkout links||Ways to create||Use when you need|
|Shareable Checkout Links||Using the no-code dashboard solution||- a shareable link - one-click generation - quick experimentation or testing|
|One-Time Checkout Links||Using the API||- unique links for every purchase - off-chain presales & allowlists - restrict # of purchases per buyer|
Updated about 1 month ago