Late payments occur when cryptocurrency is received after the payment has expired. This can happen when the blockchain does not complete the payment in time, or the user sends the funds late.
End users may never send their funds for the payment and we don't want to leave payment in a pending state indefinitely. For greater flexibility of when end users send their funds and how much please use crypto top-ups.
expiryMinutes is specified when creating a payment and the payment is still in a
processing after that time the payment will be expired. If not specified in the payment request then your configured default expiry in your merchant settings will be used.
For payments that require an FX conversion between the currency that is being paid and the currency of your MID wallet, and no
expiryMinutes are specified, and no default expiry setting configured, then our default expiry time of 180 minutes will be used.
You will receive a statusChanged webhook with the status field now showing
Receiving a transactionConfirmed webhook for a previously
EXPIRED payment means it is a late payment.
The payment will still have the
EXPIREDstatus after funds have been received
This depends on your configuration, see below:
|Auto convert late payments is enabled||Amount received will be credited to your MID wallet in your wallet currency. No further action required.|
What's a MID wallet? Learn more here
|Auto convert late payments is disabled||Amount received will be deposited into the merchant crypto currency wallet. This allows you to refund these funds to end users if you wish. You can also convert this cryptocurrency amount into your MID wallet using a spot FX rate in the BVNK portal.|
To learn more, please contact your Account Manager or Integration Manager
Updated 16 days ago