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PCI Tokenization

The PCI Tokenization module of the MMT Platform emerged based on the current reality that not all cards are eligible for network tokenization by the schemes. When this is the case, the MMT Platform should offer the service of "tokenizing" anyway in order to deliver a complete solution for the Merchant/PSP. They would most often have several different card brands stored which are not eligible for tokenization with the schemes' Token Service Providers due to different reasons. "Card tokenization" is also a common concept in the PSP industry, however, we are not talking about Network Tokenization performed by the schemes, but proprietary PCI compliant tokenization mechanism (thus the word "PCI Tokenization).

Here is an example of a card tokenization flow with Merchant and PSP:

  1. A consumer chooses to store his card at Merchant
  2. Merchant contacts PSP and asks the PSP to store the card (CoF)
  3. PSP stores the cards and generates a proprietary "token"
  4. PSP sends the token back to the merchant who stores this for future requests

Getting Started

1. Contact MeaWallet and choose project structure

Contact us by sending an mail to to be connected to a sales representative to start the project with us.

2. Start developement with MeaWallet

After you have been in contact with Sales Representative and Pre-sale Engineer you can start the project of connecting with MeaWallet. You will be assigned an Implementation Specialist to assist you with any question that you might have during the implementation.

Use the Apiary documentation found here and connect with Merchant Tokenization API · Apiary

3. Testing

After developement has been finished the implementation needs to be tested. End-to-end testing will be performed to make sure that everything works as intended.

4. Go Live

After all of tests have been passed you officially go live.