applepay - Handles the Apple Pay flow

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applepay is a Go package for processing Apple Pay transactions easily. It is aimed at merchants or PSPs that are looking to manage their own Apple Pay flow, as opposed to letting a third-party (such as Stripe) do it end-to-end. You will need a paid Apple Developer account to use this. Note: we have included the Apple root CA in this repository. For production use-cases, you should always download the certificates directly from Apple.

https://github.com/processout/applepay

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