I wanted to find out what where are we with SCA. If people are not aware, it is sth similar to last year's GDPR, so again for EU based customers - but this time for payments. High level - if a customer is making a purchase, he/she needs to input a bit more details in order to be authenticated. Deadline is 14.09.2019. If we don't oblige, we - people with websites who take money via payment plugins, will not be able to take the money...
If I understood that correctly - those are the involved parties: banks (where customers have credit cards) could/should ask for extra info to authentice teh payment => info is requested to payment gateway=> via payment plugins it connects with our websites. So long story short - we need to be able to send to our payment gateways few more fields (that we are anyway collecting) so they can forward that to the banks to authorise the payment.
All the payment gateways (stripe, braintree etc) are now implementing that thing so if I understand correctly, the only thing to do is to adjust all the payment plugins to send a bit more info to them. And payments plugins were also developed by Tuan and the team, so I would assume you guys are hopefully on top of it.
When can we expect the new versions of payment plugins?