Credit card tokenization

Why use tokenization?

Jupiter uses tokenization to capture sensitive credit and debit card data including personally identifiable information (PII) through a collection of specialized web and mobile UI components responsible for sending the raw data to a secure vault and returning a unique token. This process typically occurs while creating the user profile or during the checkout flow. Tokenization allows your platform or marketplace is to operate in a PCI compliant environment.

Be aware of PCI Compliance...

Payment card industry (PCI) compliance is mandated by credit card companies to help ensure the security of debit and credit card transactions in the payments industry. Every integrator must define what level of PCI compliance will be required typically through a self-assessment questionairre (or SAQ).

To reduce time, effort, and the scope of PCI, Jupiter provides developers with a safe standard to capture and store the credit and debit card-sensitive data through tokenization.

Jupiter tokenization methods


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