Stripe Terminal Is Now Available to All Users in the U.S.

Payments platform Stripe announced this week that its product, Stripe Terminal, is now available to all users in the U.S. According to Stripe, Stripe Terminal is a set of SDKs, APIs, and pre-certified card readers that lets you extend your Stripe integration to accept in-person payments. Stripe further explained:

“Businesses of all types are already using Stripe Terminal to build their in-person payment experiences. Online-first retailers like Warby Parker are using Terminal to build a fully customized in-person checkout. Housecall Pro—a software platform that helps more than 50,000 home service professionals run their businesses—now lets its users manage online bookings and accept in-person payments with Stripe all from one app.”

Any Stripe user in the U.S. can now start integrating Terminal in three steps:

  1. Build your mobile or web app interface for in-person sales
  2. Integrate the Terminal SDK to create a connection between your app and the card reader
  3. Pair the Stripe card reader with the SDK and take your first in-person payment

Stripe went on to add:

“If you’re doing a wide deployment of in-person payments to third parties, Stripe Terminal is for you. Terminal helps Connect platforms extend their reach by letting connected accounts accept in-person payments from within their platform. Your platform’s users can receive a unified payout for payments accepted online or in person. You can manage your entire fleet of readers and can ship them directly to your connected accounts using your Stripe Dashboard.”

The launch of Stripe Terminal to all U.S. users comes just days after Stripe announced the launch of Chargeback Protection, a new service built on Stripe’s machine learning-based fraud tool Radar, that prevents fraud and protects sales against future chargebacks. 

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