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Beneficiary Test

This test is to help you act as a beneficiary, to let you know the appropriate method of handling API calls from other VASPs.
As a beneficiary VASP, you will receive requests from different counterparts, and the request values may vary over time. Due to this variability, we recommend testing as many cases as possible. Since this page contains the least number of cases, the ideal scenario would be to confirm a pass for all cases.
  • Please enter a wallet address managed for testing purposes.
  • If there is no local name, you can skip this portion of the test.
  • The test cases are only an example of requests, the actual results may not be exactly the same.
  • CODE will offer feedback when necessary.

Getting Started

Please visit CODE Alliance Dashboard to begin the testing process. If you are having any issues with access permissions, please contact us at [email protected] for assistance.
Go to the test page by clicking the circle icon in the upper right corner, and ‘Manage Alliance’ – ‘Beneficiary Test’.

Test Information

Please enter the the necessary data for the test. You can enter the test information separately for individual and legal entity.
The data is categorized as follows: Normal, Not KYC(without personal info), and Sanction(sanctioned). Please enter the symbol of the virtual asset(Currency) and the wallet address, along with name.
The name entered will be utilized as the Beneficiary's name. We categorize names into English name and local name, names should always have first and last names seperated.If there is no corresponding names, leave it blank.
When you click the save button, the information entered up to that point will be saved, and any unsaved information will be discarded.
To test the corporate transaction, please check the 'Legal Entity Test'. In this case, enter the name of the CEO or the representative. The additional 'Legal Name' field refers to the name of the corporation, where both English and local names can be used.

Test Case

Based on the entered data in 'Test Information' section, you can test CODE's 4 major APIs.
Upon clicking 'Test,' you can verify the actual request, expected response, and actual response.
If the result of the actual response differs from the expected one, please check the cause and make corrections.
Click 'View Previous Test' to check the latest test result.