September 6, 2022

Pre-release Notes for September 13, 2022

Reminder of two upcoming breaking changes

Earlier this year, we announced two breaking changes that you should be aware of. Please refer to this announcement for more details, and reach out to [email protected] should you have any questions.

  • Modification to the Transaction schema where the transaction.events[].amount field will become signed (deployed to Sandbox on August 30 and coming to Production on September 27)
  • Modification to the Simulate Authorizations feature where if a simulated transaction is declined, a 200 response is returned to indicate a successful decline (coming to Sandbox on September 27; no Production impact)

Digital card art token in Card object

A new digital_card_art_token field will be accepted in request payloads when creating or updating a card object. Users will be able to pass in a specific card art token to be associated with a card, which will determine the card art displayed when the card is added to a digital wallets. Additional documentation for using this feature to come. Note that in the near-term, the token will not be returned via the API (i.e., will not be visible in GET /cards calls or response schemas when creating or updating cards).

KYC-exempt account holder enrollment

A new “KYC-exempt” workflow will be added to our “create an individual or business account holder” endpoint. This will allow users with pre-approved use cases (e.g., authorized user cards) to create representations of their cardholders on the Lithic platform without having to run a full KYC process. See documentation here for details.