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Rapyd connects companies to how the world likes to pay and get paid. With 900+ payment methods in 100 countries, you can access new markets, reach billions of new customers, and build great commerce experiences anywhere.

Get Started with Rapyd

1. Sign up for your Client Portal account

From this account, you can:

  • Access your API keys.
  • Create test payment requests.
  • Invite team members.
  • View supported payment methods.

2. Start building in the Rapyd sandbox

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Before activating your account, check the list of prohibited or restricted products or services to confirm that you are eligible to apply for a Rapyd account.

3. Activate Your Account

When you are ready to move into the production environment, complete the KYB steps found in the Client Portal.

Get to know Rapyd's platforms


Connect your sites, apps and software to all the ways the world pays.


Make local and cross-border payouts using any method.


Let customers, employees and contractors store and spend funds


Issue physical and virtual cards to consumers and businesses.

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Integrate faster with Rapyd Checkout

A pre-built white-label payment UI that gives your customers access to the 900+ payment methods in the Rapyd Global Payments Network.

Learn more

Rapyd Provides Three Types of Guides

Rapyd Documentation
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Contains use cases that illustrate how to use Rapyd's platforms in real-world scenarios.
Rapyd API Reference Guide Comprehensive list of all of our available methods, objects, webhooks, parameters and a SDKs.
Client Portal Guide User guide for finance, operations and customer support users. Learn how to analyze, monitor and manage transactions, customer data and generate reports.

Updated 27 days ago


Get Started - Rapyd Documention


Rapyd connects companies to how the world likes to pay and get paid. With 900+ payment methods in 100 countries, you can access new markets, reach billions of new customers, and build great commerce experiences anywhere.

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