With online payment methods, you can accept credit and debit cards, PayPal, or cryptocurrency in your online store.

The available payment gateways are determined by your store location. You can choose one or more payment systems to accept online payments from your customers.

Tip: Offering several ways to pay may boost your sales and reduce the number of abandoned carts. We recommend not using more than two or three. If you have a brick-and-mortar store, you may want to include a few offline methods as well.

You can activate or change a payment provider on the Payment page of your store manager.

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Before you begin

When setting up your online payment gateways, remember that:

  • Your online store does not handle payments directly.

  • Payment processors do charge transaction fees.

  • Zyro does not charge any commissions.

  • Payment provider availability depends on your location.

  • Make sure the provider supports your business.

Adding online payment gateway

To accept payments online, you should first open a merchant account with a payment processor from the supported list. Then, you can set up this payment processor (gateway) at your online store's payment settings. Note that every payment provider charges a different fee for processing transactions in your store.

To add an online payment method in your store:

1. From your store manager, go to Payment settings and scroll to Add new payment methods.

2. Choose a payment system from the recommended payment options or scroll to the More options to accept online payments block and select a payment system from the Choose Payment Method dropdown.

3. Fill out the fields with the details from your account with that payment processor.

4. Enter the display name for this payment method at checkout:


5. Keep the Show at checkout setting as Enabled to offer this payment method at checkout.

6. (Optional) Add payment instructions for this payment method at checkout:


7. (Optional) Connect this payment method with particular shipping options in your store. Customers will see this payment method only if they choose the shipping options you specify. Scroll down to Payment method availability based on shipping choice and click Limit availability by shipping method‍. Click Select Methods and checkboxes for all the shipping methods you want this payment to be available to. Then click Select.

That’s it! Your payment gateway is now set up. Try running a test order to get an idea of how this will look to your customers.

The payment gateways will display on your checkout page in order of time you set them up, but you can sort them however you like.

Once a customer pays for an order, funds go to your merchant account and your payment provider has to process a transaction first. For successfully processed transactions, you can withdraw the money from your merchant account to your bank account. You can check order payment statuses in your store. manager → My Sales.

Sorting payment methods on the storefront

By default, all payment methods display on your checkout page in order of time you set them up, but you can change the payment methods order:

1. From your store manager, go to the Payment page.

2. Locate to any of the enabled payment methods, click Actions, then Sort.

3. Change the order by drag-and-dropping them to the right position. Changes are autosaved.

Setting your currency for accepting payments

In order to accept payments through your site using a payment provider (e.g. PayPal, Stripe, etc.), the currency in your store account must match the currency in your payment provider account.

To change your currency, please follow this guide.

Disabling a payment provider

You can disable or remove a payment provider if you no longer wish to use it. Once you've removed it, it no longer appears on your checkout page.

1. From your store manager, go to the Payment page.

2. Locate any enabled payment method and click the toggle button to disable this method to remove it from the checkout page.

3. (Optional) Click Actions, then Remove beside the relevant payment provider to disconnect the payment provider.

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