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Twint is an application that allows your customers to pay with a QR code or an iBeacon at the POS. To get started, create an account with Twint and generate your account UUID. Then, forward your account information to Lightspeed Support, who will finish configuring the integration for you. Once your accounts are connected, the Support team will send you a confirmation email, and Twint will appear as a payment method on your POS.

These instructions are for merchants using a third-party processor. If you are with Lightspeed Payments and want to integrate with Twint, contact Lightspeed Support.

Creating a Twint account

  1. Register for a Twint account.
  2. Once you're logged in, click Cashier.
  3. Enter your business information and click Next.
  4. Under Cashier system, choose iKentoo (now Lightspeed K-Series). If iKentoo is not visible, choose Other.
  5. Enter your IBAN under Credit account.
  6. Click Next and follow the prompts to finish.

You will then receive an email with your UUID. Save this UUID for Integrating your Twint account with Lightspeed.

If you have questions about Twint or need help setting up your account, contact Twint support or visit their customer support page.

Integrating your Twint account with Lightspeed

After you create a Twint account, generate a certificate and send your account information to Lightspeed Support to accept Twint payments at your POS.

  1. Log in to your Twint account.
  2. Go to Settings.
  3. Enter a password under Order a SwissSign certificate.
  4. Download the certificate. A .p12 file will be saved on your computer.
  5. Send an email to Lightspeed Support with the following information:
    • The UUID you received via email when you created your Twint account.
    • Your certificate password you entered in step 3.
    • The .p12 certificate generated in step 4. You can attach this to the email.

Your POS must be live when Lightspeed Support completes the integration for you. Once the integration is complete, Twint will appear as a payment method on your POS, and you can run a test transaction.

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