OceanEx Pay is a digital cryptocurrency payment system developed by OceanEx. Merchants can access OceanEx Pay via API, and receive payments in cryptocurrency conveniently from payment orders. To assist merchants with learning and operation，we have prepared a detailed introduction of each page in OceanEx Pay merchant interface for your reference.
As shown in the figure below, the merchant interface of OceanEx Pay 1.0 is divided into three modules: Dashboard, Order, and Setting.
As shown in the following figure, we can see the following information (from left to right, top to bottom) in the [Dashboard] interface:
1-1."Accumulated Receiving Statistics": The current cryptocurrencies supported by OceanEx can be used as the collection currency of OceanEx Pay. This module displays the details of the collective amount received from users’ payment orders; the assets are displayed with an 8-digit accuracy. (Please note: If a merchant has not received the very first payment, the Accumulated Receiving Statistics will not show the details of assets.)
1-2. “Withdraw Profit”: This page will navigate a merchant directly to OceanEx exchange’s balance page. The merchants can check their account balance received from orders and withdraw the corresponding cryptocurrency balance.
Clicking the "Withdraw Profit" button will direct merchants to OceanEx's withdrawal interface. Please refer to the relevant tutorials on how to withdrawal on OceanEx: How to Withdraw on OceanEx
Note: Please note that the minimum withdrawal amount of OceanE Pay is the same as OceanEx's minimum withdrawal amount. Please refer to Fees Schedule for detailed information.
1-3. "Order Flow" Statistics Overview: Merchants can track the total number of orders up to 30 days (UTC+0) and the corresponding statistics by category and payment status.
Currently, there are four types of order status: Completed, Overpaid, Underpaid, Unpaid.
1-4. “New order”: The latest order displays information including Create time, Order ID, Coin, Order Amount, Amount, Status. Click [View all] to be directed to the "Order Details" page.
1-5. “Generate API Key”: After generating the API Key (not encrypted), merchants can access the OceanEx Pay via the generated API Key.
1-6. ” Identity Verification”: After merchants have passed identity verification (KYC), the daily withdrawal limit will be 50BTC; for unverified merchants, the daily withdrawal amount will be limited to 2BTC.
OceanEx Pay identity verification shares the same system as OceanEx identity verification (Your OceanEx KYC). A merchant will not need to submit identity verification again when his/her OceanEx KYC has been completed successfully, .
As shown in the figure, merchants can see their current identity verification status.
About how to verify your identity in OceanEx, please refer to How to Verify ID.
As shown in the figure below, the [Order] interface can be accessed in the following two ways:
2-1. Click [Order] in the top menu bar to directly enter the order list and check the [Order Details].
2-2. You can also click [View All] on the top right corner of [New Order] in [Dashboard] to enter [Order] for order details.
2-3. Order Details
In the "Order" interface, merchants can view the detailed order information by clicking the corresponding arrow to the left of the order, and copy the TXID.
2-4. What details can merchants see in the "Order" interface?
- Create time: Payment creation time for users/customers' orders, the [Order] interface is sorted in chronological order;
- Order ID: Order‘s’ ID number;
- Coin: Supported tokens for payment;
- Order amount (Unit of current currency): The quantity of the currency in the current order;
- Amount (Unit of current currency): The currency which has entered the merchant's account;
- Status: The payment status of the current order.
2-5. Description of order status: Completed, Overpaid, Underpaid, Unpaid
- Unpaid: No payment is received after the order is created;
- Underpaid: After the order is created, the amount has been paid, but the amount paid does not reach the "order amount"; that is partially paid；
- Completed: After the order is created, the amount received is equal to the "order amount"; that is fully paid;
- Overpaid: After the order is created, the amount received exceeds the "Order amount".
Note: Please note that the minimum payment amount is the same as OceanEx's minimum deposit amount. Please refer to Fees Schedule for detailed information.
Click [Setting] in the top menu bar to enter the interface for API Settings.
3-1. View all current API keys: As shown in the figure, there are three API keys created for the sample account.
3-2. Copy API keys: Click the [Copy Icon] indicated by the arrow to easily copy the API key.
3-3. API keys hidden and visible: Click the [Eye Icon] indicated by the arrow to show or hide API keys.
3-4. Delete API key: Click the [Delete Icon] indicated by the arrow to delete the corresponding API key.
Note: Once the API secret key is deleted, it cannot be recovered. Please use this function with caution.
3-5. Create a new API Key: Click [Create API Key] indicated by the arrow to create a new API Key.
3-6. Please navigate to OceanEx Pay REST Introduction to get more information about managing API keys in OceanEx Pay.