This Visa Next Platform API enables developers to create, manage, and build new services with Visa cards. The Visa Next platform allows you to create and manage virtual and physical cards, manage card controls and exposes Instances and Collections interfaces that are; instantiations of a single object or entity, and multiple instances of an entity that can be returned by a REST call. Sample code is available for cURL, Ruby, Python, NodeJS and Java. This API requires that you contact VISA for more information regarding access, as it is in beta and participation is available by invitation only. Visa Next supports banks and digital wallets with the ability to; configure, provision, and issue a payment credential for any type of account and push it directly to any connected device, access the Visa platform to utilize Visa's current and future real-time API services when combined with instant-issuance capabilities, provides digital-ready processing from a network of participating global partners and more.
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