You will first need a smart contract which the checkout will reference.
For those looking at no-code solution, we recommend ThirdWeb. They also have an active discord community where you can get help regarding various smart contract features!
For those looking for more flexibility, we have a Paper compatible smart contract interface which you must implement to ensure compatibility.
Once you have your contract, there are two ways to create a checkout:
- From the dashboard
- Using the API
We will look into the specifics of each checkout creation. Regardless of the method you choose to create your checkouts, here are some things that you can do with it.
Once you have a checkout, there a couple different things you can configure from both the dashboard or the API to get things just right.
Some styling you can configure include:
- Light mode or dark mode
- Accent color of links and buttons
- Button shape
You can disable any of the following functionality:
- Allow buyers to native mint
- Allow buyers to pay with card
- Allow buyers to pay with cryptocurrency
- Allow buyers to create a Paper wallet via email
By default, network and service fees are paid by the buyer. To offer buyers a fee-less experience, you can opt to defer those fees to the seller. All buyers will pay the "true" mint price when checking out via card and cryptocurrency
To get set up, toggle Fee-less Transactions in the Settings page and connect a payment method. Paper will bill you monthly for the fees incurred by successful purchases.
There is no additional charge for this service.