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Stripe Connection

Want to sell any NFT on NEAR, including your own mints for credit cards, ApplePay, AliPay, Google Pay in +135 global currencies? Get connected to Mintbase Connect.

Alpha Rules

  • Only KYC'd sellers will show the credit card option
  • NFTs need to be without any royalties or splits (to start)
  • The price range of the NFT needs to be from $0.60-$200
  • NFTs must have utility and follow Stripe Restricted Business Guidelines

Getting Started

  1. 1.
    Sign in with your wallet, then hover over "Manage" and click "Stripe Connect"
  2. 2.
    Press the Stripe Beta tab (will only be enabled once you have the beta NFT)
  3. 3.
    Press "Connect Stripe Account" and thoroughly fill out the KYC process
  4. 4.
    Stripe Beta Connection
  5. 5.
    Press "Connect Stripe Account" and thoroughly fill out the KYC process
  6. 6.
    KYC Stripe Connected Account with Mintbase
  7. 7.
    Make sure to add your bank account as you will get paid out daily from your sales (this process can take five business days to land in your account.
  8. 8.
    You need both "Transfer" and "Card Payments" to be Passed, not blocked, this might take some time for the KYC process to take hold (minutes, hours, days...) Just refresh the page or hold on, and it should turn green.
  9. 9.
  10. 10.
    Green is G2G!
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  12. 12.
    Now any of your listed Mintbase NFTs that do not include royalties or splits priced from $0.60-$200 should have a "Buy with Card" Option. You can also read this to list your first.


Sold Something?

To see if you sold something, just go back to the Stripe Beta tab. Payouts go out at the end of the day and take up to 5 business days to eventually show up in your bank account. Yes, we know crypto is instant and better, but baby steps to mass adoption.
If you click "See Payments," it will securly log you into your Stripe account to see all the payment records in action. Mintbase does not have access to your Stripe account.

The Future

We want to roll this out slowly to abide by Stripe's terms of service, but eventually, we look to open it up to all.