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Gateways are separated into two categories: Merchant and Non-Merchant. Typically, Merchant gateways require a merchant account and payment is all handled seamlessly through Blesta. Non-Merchant gateways usually do not require a merchant account and payment is processed offsite on the gateways website.

Not an exhaustive list.

This is not an exhaustive list of gateways for Blesta. This list contains the gateways that ship with Blesta, or can be found on our Github. There are many third party gateways, and some can be found on the Marketplace. We are also available to hire for custom development. If you're looking to create your own gateway, see Getting Started with Gateways in the developer manual.

Installing Gateways

To use a gateway, it first must be installed under [Settings] > [System] > [Payment Gateways] > Available. Once installed, the gateway can be configured and used. It will then be accessible under [Settings] > [System] > [Payment Gateways] > Installed by clicking the "Manage" button for the desired gateway. 

Merchant

Merchant gateways are used to process credit card or ACH transactions seamlessly to the end-user. These gateways typically require a merchant account through a bank.

  • Authorize.netAuthorize.net is a popular payment gateway for US merchants, and many banks offer Authorize.net as a gateway option with a merchant account.
  • BluePayBluePay is a popular payment gateway for US merchants.
  • eWayeWay is a popular payment gateway for Australian merchants.
  • PayPal Payflow ProPayPal Payflow Pro is a popular payment gateway offered by PayPal.
  • Quantum GatewayQuantum Gateway is a popular gateway for US merchants.
  • StripeStripe is a popular payment gateway in North America, and Europe. Stripe is built for developers and offers flat fee processing.
  • PayJunctionPayJunction is a popular payment gateway in the United States.
  • ConvergeConverge (Formerly VirtualMerchant) is a payment platform that flexes with your business.
  • BraintreeBraintree is a merchant payment gateway owned by PayPal.
  • SagePaySagePay is a popular UK payment gateway.

Non-Merchant

Non-Merchant gateways take the user to a third party site to complete payment, which is then posted back to Blesta to be recorded. These gateways do not usually require a merchant account.

  • 2Checkout2Checkout is a globally accepted payment processor that accepts Credit Cards, PayPal, and Debit Cards.
  • AlipayAlipay is a popular Chinese payment gateway.
  • BitpayBitpay is a payment processor for bitcoin, which also accepts a multitude of currencies.
  • CCAvenueCCAvenue is a payment processor for the Indian rupee.
  • CoinGatePay with Bitcoin or Altcoins via CoinGate.com http://CoinGate.com
  • CoinPaymentsCoinPayments is a popular payment gateway, accepting many different cryptocurrencies.
  • GoCardlessGoCardless is the easy way to collect Direct Debit. Already serving more than 30000 businesses, perfect for recurring billing and B2B invoicing.
  • Google CheckoutGoogle Checkout is a payment gateway by Google.
  • HubtelHubtel is a popular African payment gateway.
  • Offline PaymentOffline Payment allows instructions to be displayed to the client informing them on how to submit payment offline.
  • PagSeguroPagSeguro is a payment processor for the Brazilian real.
  • PayPal Payments StandardPayPal Payments Standard is one of the most popular payment gateways in the world.
  • PayUmoneyPayUmoney is a popular Indian payment gateway.
  • PayzaPayza is a globally-accepted payment processor.
  • Perfect MoneyPerfect Money is a popular European payment gateway.
  • SkrillSkrill (Formerly Moneybookers) is one of the worlds leading digital payment companies.
  • SquareSquare is a popular payment gateway for the US, UK, and Canada.
  • SSLCommerzSSLCommerz is the first payment gateway in Bangladesh opening doors for merchants to receive payments on the internet via their online stores.
  • YandexYandex is a popular Russian payment gateway.

 

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