FAQ

What is a tab?

A tab is a page that allows a bunq user to pay for a product or service using a QR code or app redirect. You have seen tabs when paying online or making a POS purchase via bunq.

A tab has nothing to do with a browser tab. It is a bill in a restaurant or in a store.

What is a Wildcard API key?

A Wildcard API key allows you to make API calls from any IP address after registering a device via POST v1/device-server.

You can switch to using a Wildcard API Key in 2 ways:

  1. Manually by tapping on “Allow All IP Addresses” in the settings of your API key in the bunq app.

  2. Programmatically by passing your current IP and a * (asterisk) in the permitted_ips field of the POST v1/device-server call (e.g: ["1.2.3.4", "*"]).

I'm setting up the OAuth flow. How do I overcome German households not having a static IP address?

You can use Wildcard IP on the device-server step when using the token you get after going through the OAuth flow. So it will look like this:

  1. You establish a connection with the account via OAuth.

  2. You get an authorization token.

  3. You use the token as an API key to start a session (at this step, you register the token as an API key):

  4. You create an API context. On the device-server step, you switch to using the wildcard option.

How do I display the OAuth QR code in my application?

Open an in-app browser.

Do you have any examples of signing requests?

Use our SDKs. They will handle signing for you.

Do you have any examples of how to register a PSD2 certificate correctly?

Our SDKs contain examples and tests that will help you register as a service provider.

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