Antelop adds Visa token support to white label NFC mobile wallet platform

Antelop Solutions has just joined the Visa Token Service program as a certifying token requestor, enabling banks and card issuers to use its cloud-based HCE NFC payments platform to launch mobile wallets that fully comply with the latest Visa tokenization requirements.
“Our HCE SaaS platform, hosted in a PCI-DSS environment and compliant with the latest schemes requirements, makes onboarding simple and easy for banks and issuers looking to launch their own mobile wallets,” says Antelop CEO Nicolas Bruley. “Antelop is already certifying as a Mastercard Digital Enablement Service (MDES) contactless wallet solution,” Bruley adds. “The addition of Visa Token Requestor — Token Service Provider (TR-TSP) certification means we can provide issuers with our own pre-certified multi-scheme NFC SDK that can be easily integrated into their existing app and a PCI-DSS Wallet server connected to Visa VTS & Mastercard MDES.”
“We can also provide a white-label app that offers seamless integration into an existing app or stand-alone app with already designed and customizable interfaces. Our SaaS solution is fully API-driven and also comes with a full package of integration support.”
Antelop Solutions was founded by a team of former senior consultants and technical product managers at Visa and launched its SaaS solution in June 2017 with the aim of speeding time to market for banks and card issuers seeking to offer NFC mobile payments to their customers. Antelop Solutions was the first HCE expert to gain Visa Security compliance in 2015, not relying on any 3rd party software.
The company’s technology is used by French bank Crédit Mutuel Arkéa to power the NFC payments service it launched in February this year
Source: Antelop Solutions

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