Paying With Credit Card

Checkout using credit cards (VISA, Mastercard and more)

The checkout experience for buyers using a credit card will be similar to any existing e-commerce site. When paying with their credit card, the buyer will first need to sign up (or sign in) for a Stripe account using their email and password.

1. Sign Up or Sign In

During sign-up, the user must enter a valid email and set up a password to secure their Stripe account. Existing users simply re-use these details to sign back in.

On signing up, they will also be asked to verify their email before they can proceed, and must agree to the Revelator NFT terms of service and privacy policy.

2. Input Credit Card details

The buyer will input their credit card details, and using a secure checkout powered by Stripe will be able to proceed with their purchase. The buyer's credit card will be stored securely via Stripe for re-use on any subsequent purchases.

3. Confirming Checkout

When a buyer proceeds with the payment, they will see a window notifying them that the purchase is complete (but still processing). It may take a few moments for the transaction to complete, but once confirmed, the following will happen:

  1. The sale price amount (minus our service fee) will be sent to your account wallet in Revelator Pro

  2. The NFT item will then be sent to the buyer's nft showcase on, where the buyer can access their NFT.

4. Once Purchase Is Completed

When the purchase is completed, the buyer will see the NFT item on their own Revelator NFT buyer showcase page. They will also appear in the NFT items Owners list on the NFTs public page and the NFT details inside Revelator Pro.

Later on, they can choose to move it to a wallet in order to resell it for profit on third-party marketplaces.

5. Purchase failed

The purchase of an NFT can fail when the buyer tries to use a credit card in a region that is not supported by Stripe. At this point, we do not have an alternative credit card option for those regions. Buyers will have to checkout using crypto instead.

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