NoRamp is designed to be integrated on a self-serve basis within a day. You will have access to our testnet with no limitations. Once you feel comfortable you can request approval for our Mainnet.
Your experience is our number one priority. You will find code examples in this documentation. If you have any questions as you review the documentation, please reach out to [email protected] or schedule a call here with us.
NoRamp partners with Stripe to deliver instantaneous access to almost 100 countries globally and even more fiat currencies. With cross-border payouts, the buyer can pay in AUD, you can pay NoRamp its fees in USD, and you can be paid in COP, all in the same step. When you sign up for a NoRamp account, you also sign up for a Stripe account and get the benefits of their world-class KYC and reputation as well as NoRamp’s innovation.
NoRamp processes payments off-chain but provides the same transparency to merchants via its real-time transaction explorer. Depending on whether you and your buyers prefer to keep your financial information private, you will have the ability to optionally share transaction prices publicly, providing identical transparency to payments processed on-chain. Visit the explorer: https://explorer-testnet.noramp.io.
The NoRamp service requires a wallet. Wallets may be optionally whitelisted on the target smart contract, depending on whether or not you are using the Permissionless Option, described further below and on the Page titled “Get Started”. Regardless of whether or not you are using the Permissionless Option, merchant users have the option of either importing a wallet (Imported Wallet, further described below) or leveraging a NoRamp managed wallet (Managed Wallet, further described below).Imported Wallet: Individual merchants and marketplaces may elect to import and fund their own wallet. The imported wallet remains managed by NoRamp. Fees associated with gas will be met via funds on deposit. Managed Wallet: NoRamp handles the gas fees. There may be corresponding additional fees associated with the managed wallet.
Triggers refer to the circumstances under which off-chain payment causes on-chain digital asset transfer - this describes the calls that should be made to the smart contract on the achievement of payment.
Webhooks refer to how the centralized code calls the smart contract, and refers back information.
NoRamp enables merchants/marketplaces to track, in real-time, the success and failure of their transactions, just like in an exclusively blockchain-native environment. Unlike an exclusively blockchain-native environment, it is optional whether the purchase prices associated with asset transfers on the blockchain are made public. Choose your own privacy level with NoRamp.