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Adyen BinLookup API

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Description

The BIN Lookup API provides endpoints for retrieving information, such as cost estimates, and 3D Secure supported version based on a given BIN.

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For more information, refer to our documentation.
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To connect to the Fund API, you must use basic authentication credentials of your web service user. If you don't have one, please contact the Adyen Support Team. Then use its credentials to authenticate your request, for example:

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To connect to the Recurring API, you must use your basic authentication credentials. For this, create your web service user, as described in How to get the WS user password. Then use its credentials to authenticate your request, for example:

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Authentication
Your Adyen contact will provide your API credential and an API key. To connect to the API, add an X-API-Key header with the API key as the value, for example:
Going live
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Authentication
To use the Payout API, you need to have two API credentials: one for storing payout details and submitting payouts, and another one for confirming or declining payouts. If you don't have the required API credentials, contact our Support Team.
Both of these API credentials must be authenticated with basic authentication.The following example shows how to authenticate your request when submitting a payout:
When going live, you need to generate new API credentials to access the live endpoints.