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Integration FAQs

What do I need before I get started?

There are a few things your project needs to have in order to fully integrate Ramp. Before you apply, check out this article to make sure you’ve got all you need to get started with a partnership and streamline your application.

Is there a step-by-step partnership application guide?

In the interest of transparency and to help you prepare, we’ve outlined all the stages of the partnership application process, including what is required in each step, in this short and easy guide.

What integration types are there, and how do I choose mine?

Our widget is flexible and can be implemented in a few different ways. We’ve put together an illustrated guide along with recommendations to help you choose the best integration type for your project.

How much does it cost to integrate Ramp?

Integrating and running Ramp is completely free of charge for partners. That said, we put together an article with a breakdown of our fee structure and other potential costs so you can get the full picture upfront.

Why should I integrate off-ramp as well as on-ramp?

The first thing people usually want to know about web3 is how to buy crypto. The second is how to sell it back to fiat. Offering users both an entry and an exit can boost their confidence - and your conversions. Here are 7 reasons why every web3 app should (also) have a crypto off-ramp.

How does off-ramp native flow work?

Native flow is an off-ramp feature that improves the user experience of selling crypto within some types of apps. Check out this article to learn how native flow works and when you can implement it.