The Developer Portal
The power you need to build and manage payments
With our developer portal you have a self-service operation at your fingertips to build and deploy your app, whichever commercial publishing plan you choose.
Coming soon – the ability to view customer payments and diagnose first-line customer issues regarding payments.
Developer Guide +
Our simple to use API
Embed a PCI DSS compliance payment process into your software product using any of Bolt’s connected payment gateways.
Catch webhooks and trigger events in your software.
Quality Over Quantity
Enabling multiple payment providers is easier than ever before.
We’re here to help
You can chat with us online throughout your development process if you need to.
We understand that payments support is a time-sensitive issue for you and your customers.
We give you the basic tools to diagnose customer payments issues, but if there is a need for 2nd or 3rd line support you can raise a ticket with us. We'll respond according to the timings agreed in the publishing option you have chosen.
Reseller vs White Label
Resellers by default have our logo visible in the checkout component, merchants can pay us directly to add their own branding.
How much does it cost?
All our plans include: Sandbox, Process Test Cards, Live Payments, Access to Developer Portal, Payment Provider Switches, Checkout Component, Onboarding Component, SaaS View, Merchant View (coming soon), PCI DSS level 1 compliant.
Enterprise pricing available on request.
+ Activation fee
+$0.03 per transaction
Choice of merchant or your branding
Gold Level Support
Wait, I have some more questions…
You’re signing up for our Developer program, where there is no commitment to complete your integration, you have 30 days before your app will become inactive and will require you to pay an application fee if you want to continue to use your app. If you do choose to go live, you will need to agree to our terms and conditions and choose a publishing option.
We don’t charge extra fees on top, but we do factor the volume of transactions that pass through our system and adjust your billing plan accordingly for the next month. Therefore, you are not penalized for unexpected transaction volume and can plan for the future.
We reckon you can be testing payments within a few hours. The rest depends on how you want to integrate the administration of Bolt into your UI, what legacy payments you may have to deal with and the competency of your developer team.
Yes, you can as long as you’re not transmitting or storing card data anywhere else that Bolt cannot be responsible for.
We don’t have team members in place yet but it is on our roadmap.
Our chat is available in the developer portal and you can always send an email to email@example.com
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