Are you a knowledgeable developer with the desire to utilize different payment method types? Join us in the Rapyd Wallet Use Case Lab, where you can demonstrate your expertise by creating a Rapyd Wallet and writing a use case.
This lab has two parts. In Part 1, your task is to leverage the Rapyd Wallet and connect a contact and card to that wallet. In Part 2, you need to write a Use Case for the Rapyd Wallet you created, demonstrating how the Rapyd Wallet can be utilized by a business or a service.
You must write a use case for your wallet and REPLY to this post with screenshots of your requests and responses, and a typed post showing your use case. You CANNOT just submit a use case without screenshots, or you will not be considered. The use case should be compelling and relate to a realistic business scenario.
We can’t wait to see your most creative use cases utilizing the Rapyd Wallet. Share your work on social media with a link to your post to ensure you get the most likes!
Entries will be open for one week. The reply with the most likes at the end of the week will be declared the winner.
The winning entry will receive exclusive Rapyd merchandise, including a t-shirt, stickers, notebook, and a pen.
Utilize the API Create a Rapyd Wallet using the API. Create a Wallet Contact using the API. Issue a card to a Wallet Contact using the API. Utilize the sandbox environment for this lab.
- Note: Include some screenshots of your requests and responses in addition to your use case.
Real World Application: Write a use case that describes how the Rapyd Wallet can be used for a business or service. The use case should be compelling and relate to a realistic business scenario. Write your use case and post with your screenshots. The use case length must be 500 words or less.
- Note: The sandbox card issuing program (
Cardprog_) may be in MXN, or Mexican Pesos. However, you can create a wallet in hundreds of countries, and base the wallet use case around that country.