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Changelog - May 2020

We are rolling out new exciting features and we want to tell you about it. This month, we are adding support for several new cryptocurrencies, fiat currencies and we are live in more than 60 countries. More to come very soon!

1 May 2020by Elise Messerli

Changelog - May 2020

We are rolling out new exciting features and we want to tell you about it. This month, we are adding support for several new cryptocurrencies, fiat currencies and we are live in more than 60 countries. More to come very soon!

New Cryptocurrencies

We recently added Zcash (ZEC) and Hive (HIVE). The full list of cryptocurrencies we support is here.

New Fiat Currencies

We recently added the fiat currencies Israeli New Shekel (ILS), Norwegian Krone (NOK), Polish Zloty (PLN), Russian Ruble (RUB), Swedish Krona (SEK), and Swiss Franc (CHF). The full list of fiat currencies we support is here.

Now in 60+ Countries

We are able to serve customers from all over the world. The full list of countries we support is here.

Track Your Transaction

Discover the real-time status of any transaction on your dashboard. Go to the transaction’s page and look at ID > Copy tracker link.This link is given to the customer at the end of each transaction, and shows them the different processing stages of a transaction and where their transaction currently is. See an example here.

Enable/Disable Apple Pay on the widget

Previously, if you used the enabledPaymentMethods query parameter to customise which payment methods you want to show to your users, enabling credit_debit_card meant that Apple Pay was automatically enabled.Now, you must enable Apple Pay separately using the apple_pay value. This change will be pushed live on June 1st 2020 to give you some time to update your integration.If you don’t use the enabledPaymentMethods parameter, your enabled payment methods default to credit_debit_card and apple_pay.

New behavior for the walletAddresses parameter

Previously, if you used the walletAddresses parameter to pass a list of wallet addresses, the customer would still be able to select a currency for which no wallet address was passed, if that currency is enabled on your account.Now, if you use the walletAddresses parameter, only the currencies associated with the passed wallet addresses will be shown to the customer.If you use the walletAddresses parameter and still wish to show all the currencies available, you must use the new parameter showAllCurrencies and set its value to true.If you do not use the walletAddresses parameter, all available currencies will be shown by default.The currencies available on your account can be enabled/disabled on your account settings page.

No more need for Safari workaround for iframe users

The recently released Safari 13.1 introduces full third-party cookie blocking.The workaround we proposed in our documentation before (still available here) does not work anymore. We have upgraded our widget to use the Storage Access API, so you can now safely remove the workaround code.

Working hard to improve the customer experience

Over the past few months the MoonPay teams have worked together to streamline and improve all of our internal processes. This should result in a better experience for the end user with faster transaction processing times.